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Ezra Stoller

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Gender Male
Death20 years ago
Date of birth May 16,1915
Zodiac sign Taurus
Born Chicago
United States
Date of died October 29,2004
United States
ArtworksPhilip Johnson, New York State Theater, Lincoln Center, New York, 1964
ChildrenEvan Stoller, Erica Stoller
Evan Stoller
Erica Stoller
Job Architectural photographer
Books Paul Rudolph
The Miller Garden: Icon of Modernism
The Galveston that was
Where Today Meets Tomorrow: General Motors Technical Center
Built in U. S. A. : Post-War Architecture
WorksPhilip Johnson, New York State Theater, Lincoln Center, New York, 1964
On view San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Education New York University
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Ezra Stoller was an American architectural photographer.


Ezra stoller was an american architectural photographer born on april 15.1915 in chicago.Ililnois.He was the son of russian jewish immigrants.He was 5 10" tall.Weighed around 160 lbs.Had brown eyes and a slender bdoy type.He was a pisces.


Stoller attenedd the university of chicago.Where he studied photography and architecture.He also studied at the institute of design in chicago.


Stoller began his career as a freelance photographer in the 1940s.He quickly became known for his iconic images of modernist architecture.Which he captured in a unique and beautiful way.He photographed some of the most iconic buildings of the century.Including the seagram building in new york city.The guggenheim museum in bilbao.And the united nations headquraters in new york.He alos photographed the works of renowned architects such as frank lloyd wright.Mies van der rohe.And le corbusier.


Stoller was married.Ruth.For over years.They had two children.A son and a daughter.He had two siblings.A brother and a sister.

Most Important Event

In 2004.Stoller was honorde with a lifetime achievement award from the american institute of architects.This award recognized his contribution to the field of architectural photography and his comimtment to capturing the beauty of modernist architecture.


Stoller passed away on decebmer 29.2004 at the age of 89.He is remembered as one of the most influential architecutral photographers of the 20th century.

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