A new exhibit featuring the architectural photography of Joseph Constantino is now on display at the Pensacola Museum of Art. The exhibit, entitled “In Focus: Architectural Photography by Joseph Constantino,” runs from Oct. 14 to Dec. 31.
A Manhattan native, Constantino was raised only steps away from some of the world’s most beautiful buildings. Although traveling is what ignited his passion for architectural details, he ultimately came back to the states and captured the buildings surrounding him in both New York and Florida. Infrared, street, and solarization are the prime area of interest for Constantino. He has been addicted to black and white photography since the 1970s when he built a darkroom in his home.
This PMA exhibit will feature 30 of Constantino’s architectural photographs. Twenty of the images are monochrome solarized, while 10 are color solarized.
The opening reception for this exhibit will be held Friday, Oct. 21, from 5 to 7 p.m. Admission into the PMA is free during the reception.
For more information, visit the Pensacola Museum of Art website.