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A Look Back at the Work of Several Celebrated Photographers

Banque Lambert. Photo © Ezra Stoller

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In the 20th century, significant partnerships of architects and photographers have left a collection of images through which the greatest examples of modernist architecture are embedded. In the postwar era, Ezra Stoller (1915–2004) was the most influential image-maker in the United States. The design literature of that period is filled with iconic Stoller photographs...

Stoller photographed much of the architecture of Wallace Harrison, Gordon Bunshaft, and Paul Rudolph, among others. Their projects, memorialized in pictures, are inseparable from Stoller’s craft. They were unofficial working partners.

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