Photographer Julius Shulman spread the aesthetics of mid-century California Modernism to the world at large; in doing so, he elevated the commercial field of architectural photography into an art form. Shulman's photographs of buildings designed by Richard Neutra, Frank Lloyd Wright, Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen were hailed as both time specific and timeless, revealing the relationship between the individual building and its environment, as well as displaying the optimism of the Modernist movement. The photographer came by it naturally, as he was himself a lively and vital man. Eric... More >>>