Ezra Stoller: Beyond Architecture

February

Catalano House, 1955 | photo: Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Catalano House, 1955 | photo: Ezra Stoller, ESTO. Click for a slideshow of more images.

Ezra Stoller: Beyond Architecture
Tour and viewing
Erica Stoller and Nina Rappaport

SOLD OUT — We are currently sold out for this event. To be added to the wait list email rsvp@archleague.org

Ezra Stoller, known as one of the most influential photographers of Modern architecture, created iconic images of mid-Century buildings that help define the cultural memory of structures such as the TWA Terminal, Seagram Building, and Guggenheim Museum.  Beyond Architecture, highlights Stoller’s rarely-seen images of industry, technology, transportation, and working-class Americans in mid-Century, with images selected from the Stoller archive.  The exhibition covers the full range of Stoller’s work, including images commissioned by Fortune, Architectural Forum, and House Beautiful magazines in the 1940s and for commercial projects for IBM, Upjohn Pharmaceuticals and CBS in the 1940s and 1950s. Also included are photographs of midcentury classics such as the Catalano House; John Hancock Building, Chicago; and United Nations Headquarters.

The tour will be led by Erica Stoller and Nina Rappaport, co-authors of the recently published Ezra Stoller: Photographer.

Duplan Silk Mills, 1943 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Duplan Silk Mills, 1943 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Miami Parking Garage, 1949 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Miami Parking Garage, 1949 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Connecticut General Life Insurance. 1950 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Connecticut General Life Insurance. 1950 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Heinz, 1958 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Heinz, 1958 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

United Nations Building, 1954 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

United Nations Building, 1954 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Brenner House, 1952 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Brenner House, 1952 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Kitt Peak Solar Observatory, 1962 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Kitt Peak Solar Observatory, 1962 | Ezra Stoller, ESTO

Time & Place
Thursday, February 21, 2013
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Yossi Milo Gallery
245 Tenth Avenue
Tickets
SOULD OUT -- This event is free and open only to League members, who may bring one non-member guest. RSVP required to rsvp@archleague.org. To become a member and attend this program, join here.