Julius Shulman

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Los Angeles-based architectural photographer who passed away in 2009. Renowned for iconic black-and-white photographs of numerous buildings including many Modernist classics in LA; the subject of many books including Julius Shulman, Modernism Rediscovered and Julius Shulman, Architecture and its Photography; and the subject of two major exhibitions: LA Obscura: The Architectural Photography of Julius Shulman and Julius Shulman, Modernity and the Metropolis.

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Goodbye, Julius Shulman

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