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Ezra Stoller's Photography: A Retrospective

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Much like his contemporary Balthazar Korab (whose work is featured in the current issue of Dwell), Ezra Stoller's iconic images of post-war America depict the evolution of the Modernist movement. From industrial and commercial spaces to landmark interiors, his extensive portfolio is reincarnated in a long-awaited new monograph, Ezra Stoller: Photographer (Yale University Press, 2012), written by Nina Rappaport and Erica Stoller. Stoller's camera captured some of the most significant Modernist buildings from the 1940s through the 1970s, and will be presented in a partner exhibition at Yossi Milo Gallery from January 24 to March 2, 2013.

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  The Olivetti Underwood Factory in Harrisburg, PA by architect Louis Kahn, 1969.  Courtesy of:  © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

    The Olivetti Underwood Factory in Harrisburg, PA by architect Louis Kahn, 1969.

    Courtesy of: © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

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  The World's Fair, New York State Pavilion by architect Philip Johnson, 1964.  Courtesy of:  © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

    The World's Fair, New York State Pavilion by architect Philip Johnson, 1964.

    Courtesy of: © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

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  Miami Parking Garage, designed by Robert Law Weed, 1949.  Courtesy of:  © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

    Miami Parking Garage, designed by Robert Law Weed, 1949.

    Courtesy of: © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

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  The Deering House in Casey Key, Florida, by architect Paul Rudolph, 1958.  Courtesy of:  © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

    The Deering House in Casey Key, Florida, by architect Paul Rudolph, 1958.

    Courtesy of: © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

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  "Power in West" commissioned by Fortune Magazine, 1948.  Courtesy of:  © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

    "Power in West" commissioned by Fortune Magazine, 1948.

    Courtesy of: © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

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  Ezra Stoller's photo agency, Esto, is now in the capable hands of his daughter, Erica Stoller.  Courtesy of:  © Esto

    Ezra Stoller's photo agency, Esto, is now in the capable hands of his daughter, Erica Stoller.

    Courtesy of: © Esto

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  TWA Terminal by architect Eero Saarinen, 1962, is shown on the monograph's cover.  Courtesy of: Photo © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

    TWA Terminal by architect Eero Saarinen, 1962, is shown on the monograph's cover.

    Courtesy of: Photo © Ezra Stoller/Esto/Yossi Milo Gallery

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