© Ezra Stoller, 1972, Philip Morris headquarters, Richmond, design: Ulrich Frazen

If modernism sought to give us Le Corbusier’s “machine for living in,” photographer Ezra Stoller, who died in 2004, used the camera as a machine for living through. His work was not only so comprehensive that it documented modernism’s rise, but was a part of the modernist movement itself.


Now, a new book Ezra Stoller, Photographer aims to showcase both the images that made him famous, and those that tend to get less exposure. (read more)

Find more of Stoller’s photos on NPR Picture Show.

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