Julius Shulman – Architecture and its Photography

“Julius Shulman is blessed with the gift of perception – the eye that sees! – and with it he has become our visual historian. For over 50 years he has shown us how experience can interact with ideas through images. He is what the Greeks had in mind when they said ‘the soul is like the eye, it never thinks without an image. ‘ ”

Thomas F. Andrews

Architectural photography has played a crucial role in the documentation of modernist architectural concepts in the 20th century. One of the most significant photographers responsible for this important work is Julius Shulman.

He dedicated his career to documenting modernist architectural designs using natural light and perspective, which allowed him to showcase the essence and true meaning of each design.

This is a very nice clean copy in Near Fine condition. ISBN 3-8228-7204-0.

I bought it, and put it on a shelf. Now the shelf is going so too does the book.



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