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Julius Shulman : All began just by chance
Julius Shulman
All began just by chance
Christina Gräwe, March 10, 2008
Julius Shulman and Biber
Julius Shulman and Biber
 
Ask Julius Shulman how his career started and his reply sounds like the opening line of a fairy-tale: "Well, it all began just by chance." It was indeed a chance encounter with the architect Richard Neutra in 1936 which turned out to be the toehold in the "scene". Neutra was putting the final touches to the Kun House, which is an icon of Modernist architecture in the United States that still stands to this day. He was full of enthusiasm being presented with Shulmans photographs, continued to commission his services and recommended him to other architects. Los Angeles is rich in treasures by renowned architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Rudolf M. Schindler, Pierre Koenig to name but a few. Julius Shulman got the opportunity to put his extensive and proven expertise as a self-taught photographer to professional use. His career lasts for over 70 years now and has not come to an end.

Julius Shulman_Kaufmann House_Richard Neutra, 1946
Julius Shulman_Kaufmann House_Richard Neutra, 1946
 
Julius Shulman_Albert Frey House 2, 1965
Julius Shulman_Albert Frey House 2, 1965
 
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