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J.W. Taylor (1846-1918), photographer.
View c.1890.
One of the first commercial photographers specializing in architecture J. W. Taylor worked for virtually all the major architectural...
01. <em>Chicago Aerial View</em>, J.W. Taylor.
Tokyo: Akio Nagasawa, 1972-1973; 2006-2011.

Daidō Moriyama is a Japanese photographer who started Kiroku (Record) in 1972; five issues were published between the summer of...
01. <em>Kiroku</em>, no. 1, originally printed in 1972
Düsseldorf and Cologne: Ohio, 1995-present.

Ohio was originally a collaboration between four German artists: Uschi Huber, Jörg Paul Janka, Stefan Schneider, and Hans-...
01. <em>Ohio</em>, no. 2 (1995)
Photography by unidentified student. These images exemplify the school's radically new approach to photography--it was about light and its manipulation, and it need not be documentary. In the...
01. <em>Untitled Photograph for Student Assignments</em>, c.1940.
J.W. Taylor, photographer.
View c.1890.
Edward Baumann and Harris Huehl, architects, 1890.
One of the first commercial photographers specializing in architecture J. W. Taylor worked...
02. <em>Chamber of Commerce Building, Interior</em>, J.W. Taylor.
02. <em>Contact Sheet of Portraits for Unidentified Book Project</em>.
Tokyo: Akio Nagasawa, 1972-1973; 2006-2011.

Daidō Moriyama is a Japanese photographer who started Kiroku (Record) in 1972; five issues were published between the summer of...
02. <em>Kiroku</em>, no. 2, originally printed in 1972
Düsseldorf and Cologne: Ohio, 1995-present.

Ohio was originally a collaboration between four German artists: Uschi Huber, Jörg Paul Janka, Stefan Schneider, and Hans-...
02. <em>Ohio</em>, no. 12 (2004)
Photograph by Eudice Feder [Menkin] (b.1919). These images exemplify the school's radically new approach to photography--it was about light and its manipulation, and it need not be documentary. In...
02. <em>Untitled Photograph for Student Assignments</em>, c.1940
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