Richard Schulman's Photographs
Last week I talked to photographer Richard Schulman about his career photographing legends of the architecture and art worlds. This week Richard pulled 21 images from his impressive catalog to share with Dwell readers. Each photo is summarized in Schulman's own words.
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- I met photographer Richard Schulman and his wife, Barbara, a few years back and instantly developed a friendship with them.
- The first comprehensive survey of Andy Warhol's oeuvre, this extensive homage to Warhol spans his early days as an illustrator to some of his best-known works like Marilyn and Mao.
- "Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990," on view at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum through January 15th 2012, is the first major exhibition to take a long, hard look at…
- In our July/August 2014 issue, architect Andrew Moss walks us through the home he and his wife, electrical engineer Michelle Yanefski, built for their family in Pittsburgh's up-and-coming…
- Rebecca Daniels is an architectural photographer based in San Francisco, mainly commissioned by local architects to shoot their latest project.
- Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, Oscar Niemeyer, Daniel Libeskind, Zaha Hadid: Architecture’s best have all tackled the summer design challenge of building a temporary pavilion for London's Serpentine…
- One of the oldest types of public space gets reimagined in incredible visions of glass, steel and concrete.
This new collection of interviews, conducted by Robert A. M. Stern and edited by Kazys Varnelis, gives us a glimpse of a more personal side to the Pritzker Prize–winning American architect—who was once infamously “carried away by it all” at a 1938 Hitler rally. Philip Johnson’s controversial politics are only part of the interest in this historically important tome.