Ezra Stoller © Esto
April 11, 2014
Ezra Stoller at the Carnegie Museum

Architecture + Photography, a new exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art explores the common ground between the worlds of architecture and photography with prints from the Heinz Architectural Center.

A portfolio of images by Ezra Stoller is included in the show. With dramatic lighting and emphasis on structure, Stoller’s work captured the 20th century’s greatest Modern architecture.

Dwell and Fast Company have articles about the show that runs through May 26.

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