“Wearing rose colored glasses is simply looking past the flaws to see the potential.” ― Unknown
Julius Shulman is often considered the greatest American architectural photographer of the 20th century. His photography shaped the image of South Californian lifestyle of midcentury America. For 70 years, he created on of the most comprehensive visual archives of modern architecture, especially focusing on the development of the Los Angeles region.
Throughout his career, American photographer Milton H. Greene highlighted the glamorous world of Hollywood and fashion. His photography traced the passage of an era, helping to bring fashion photography into the realm of fine art along with his contemporaries such as Richard Avedon, Norman Parkinson, Cecil Beaton and Irving Penn.
American photographer and filmmaker Bruce Weber is one of the most influential commercial image makers of the late 20th century. His career spanning five decades is among the most celebrated and prestigious, challenging and redefining the traditional perceptions of beauty, masculinity and femininity.
For the past three decades, Canadian photographer Barbara Cole has been pushing the boundaries of photography. Having been called an innovator countless times, her approach to photography merges turn-of-the-century traditions with digital technologies to create ethereal works of art.
The Hungarian born French photographer, surrealist, painter and sculptor Brassaï is considered one of the greatest photographers and image makers of the 20th century. His body of work consistently blurred the lines between street photography and fine art.