The Idea of Louis SullivanRegular price SFr. 120.00 Sale price Save SFr. -120.00
Thames & Hudson, 2000
In the early 1950s, having just received a Guggenheim Fellowship, John Szarkowski set out to photograph the major buildings of Louis Sullivan. The photographs - declared by Frank Lloyd Wright, a protege of Sullivan's, as "the best photographs of a Sullivan building that I have ever seen" - are augmented by a profile of Sullivan and excerpts from Sullivan's writings and contemporary sources in an attempt to capture the mind and spirit of the man, and the time and place.
English - 180 Pages - 30 x 23 cm - 0,3 Kg