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Selected images from Ezra Stoller: Photographer

Selected images from Ezra Stoller: Photographer

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Guggenheim Museum, New York NY, by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Miami Parking Garage, Miami by Robert Law Weed and Associates.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Seagram Building, New York, by Mies van der Rohe with Philip Johnson.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Catalano House, Raleigh N.C., by Eduardo Catalano. The architect's own house featuring a hyperbolic paraboloid roof and walls of glass.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Coward House, by Paul Rudolph.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Irwin and Xenia Miller House, Columbus Ind., by Eero Saarinen.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    CBS Columbia, Long Island City, N.Y.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    IBM Endicott, Endicott, N.Y.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Duplan Silk Mills, Hazleton, Pa. This large mill employing thousands flourished during World War I.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Manufacturers Trust, New York, by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    John Hancock Center Construction, Chicago, by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Designer Bruce Graham designed this towering skyscraper with structural engineer Fazlur Khan. It became public in 1965 and is used for commercial space, office space, apartments, parking, an observatory and more. It stands 1449 feet in the air and is recognized by its tapered silhouette and X bracing.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    United Nations Building, New York by Harrison & Abramovitz et al. Conceived in the late '40s and completed in 1952, the UN Building was the collaborative effort of a dream team of architects from around the world. The team was headed by American Wallace K. Harrison and included France's Le Corbusier and Sweden's Sven Markelius. The UN Complex comprises four buildings: Secretariat, the General Assembly, the Conference Building and the Dag Hammarskjold Library. The UN has been called the ultimate realization of the International Style.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Marin County Civic Center, San Rafael Calif., by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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    Peter Aaron

    Ezra Stoller.

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    © Ezra Stoller | Esto | Yossi Milo Gallery

    Book Cover for Ezra Stoller: Photographer (Yale University Press, 2012), featuring TWA Terminal, by Eero Saarinen.

Ezra Stoller: Photographer (Yale University Press, 2012) documents the legacy of the late Ezra Stoller by collecting his works alongside text from his daughter, Erica Stoller, and Nina Rappaport, with additional remarks from Andy Grundberg, Akiko Busch, and John Morris Dixon, FAIA. From iconic images that capture the rise of Modernism to lesser-known prints celebrating industry and mechanization, the book brings to light the full range of work of the celebrated shutterbug, whose archives started the Esto photography house. 


To see more of their collection online, please visit Esto.com, or visit ARCHITECT’s collection of Esto Galleries.