Monday, October 8, 2012

Eric Staller

Photographer Eric Staller was enchanted by New York City's, plazas, bridges, parks and monuments, but struggled to find a way to celebrate the city's architecture in the 1970s.
Light Drawings, 1976-1980 were exhibited worldwide and received a lot of attention from art galleries and publications. As he tells us, "Even the most technical people in the photography world were mystified about how these photos were made."

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