Julius Shulman

Julius Shulman was a renowned American architectural photographer best known for his striking images that captured the essence of modernist architecture. His work, particularly from the mid-20th century, played a crucial role in defining the visual language of modern architecture in California and beyond. Shulman’s photographs are celebrated for their clarity, composition, and ability to convey the architectural form, intent, and atmosphere of the spaces. His iconic images of works by architects like Richard Neutra, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Pierre Koenig have become synonymous with the period and continue to influence architectural photography today.