Julie Iovine reviews the current Ezra Stoller exhibition at Yossi Milo Gallery in the Wall Street Journal, in a piece titled The Confidence of an America in Full Stride.
The review describes the range of Stoller’s work, from industrial commissions to iconic mid-century buildings, and the consistency and clarity of these images. Ultimately, Iovine writes, “the pointedly unblemished images he has left us with are all the more resonant than factual reality, showing us America in full stride.
The exhibition is on view through March 2 at Yossi Milo Gallery in New York.
The Wall Street Journal has identified Ezra Stoller Photographer as the best coffee table book to give to architecture buffs this holiday. One of only three books selected, and the only for those interested in the design professions, the WSJ notes that the “images are all gloriously reproduced in the book which is a thorough survey of the lensman’s elevated architectural images.”
Annabelle Selldorf praises Ezra Stoller Photographer in a WSJ Online post saying that
“This fall will be a wonderful moment for two great figures in modern architecture: Louis Kahn and Ezra Stoller. Kahn’s design from the 1970s for the FDR memorial on Roosevelt Island in New York is finally being realized and will open in October, and a book of Stoller’s iconic architectural photographs, including many Kahn buildings (including the Olivetti Underwood Factory pictured above), will be published by Yale University Press.”
You can see the full post at WSJ Online.
Ennead‘s Natural History Museum of Utah appears in an article by Julie Iovine in today’s Wall Street Journal. She writes that the new museum in Salt Lake City “makes an assertive break with formality. It plays up today’s educational mantra of experience, discovery and interconnectedness over yesteryear’s emphasis on order, direction and significance.”
Read more comments and description in the full WSJ article.
More of Jeff’s images of the project can be seen at EstoStock. Or have a look at his most recent portfolio.
The Wall Street Journal Online has an article called Regional Flair describing outstanding examples of regional architecture, where the emphasis is on homes that speak to their local surroundings. Jeff Goldberg’s photograph of Rick Joy’s Desert Nomad house headlines the slideshow.
See the full slideshow here and read the article here.