Julius Shulman Centennial 10/10/10
The gallery will present an exhibition celebrating the birthday of Julius Shulman, who would have turned 100 on October 10th. Recognized by many as the most important architectural photographer in history, Shulman's iconic images of works by Neutra, Schindler, Eames, Koenig and others have come to symbolize the optimistic spirit of Modernism. The exhibit at Craig Krull Gallery, entitled Centennial 10/10/10, consists of small vintage prints that Shulman made in the years just prior to becoming a professional photographer in 1936. These never before exhibited photos include self-portraits, camping and hiking adventures, and work from his years as a student at Berkeley.