Julius Shulman: Over the Landscape
Published October 9, 2009
Without photos, even a perfect work of architecture can feel incomplete: it’s a mute poet, a star without her close-up. Visual Acoustics, a new documentary about the late Julius Shulman, shows how one photographer not only captured and popularized but also helped create American modernism over the course of his 70-year career.
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(LEFT: CHEMOSPHERE HOUSE, 1960. COPYRIGHT J PAUL GETTY TRUST)
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