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Ezra Stoller
An quiet Architect-Photographer
A.I.A, June 26, 2018
Ezra Stoller/Ezra Stoller_New York
Ezra Stoller/Ezra Stoller_New York
 
The breadth and clarity of Stoller’s oeuvre is perhaps most beautifully captured in Modern Architecture: Photographs by Ezra Stoller (Harry N. Abrams, 1990, ISBN 810938162), which features 400 of his most important works, along with his writing about the pictures, the buildings, and the architects who designed them. In the book, commentator William S. Saunders concluded, “Stoller’s own strengths as a working photographer, devoting himself for half a century with fervor and vigor, to the achievements of others and thereby, through the very rejection of self importance, to our surprise an indebtedness, the chief enabler of our experiences of Modern architecture.”

Ezra Stoller/Ezra Stoller_Kitt Peak, Myron Goldsmith SOM, 1962
Ezra Stoller/Ezra Stoller_Kitt Peak, Myron Goldsmith SOM, 1962
 
Stoller received the AIA Gold Medal for Photography in 1961; he was this prestigious award’s first recipient. And his legacy lives on in his work, as well as in “Ezra Stoller: 50 Photos,” an exhibition of his work on display now through December 19 at the Williams College Museum of Art in his hometown. His daughter, Erica Stoller, continues the legacy as director of ESTO Photographics in Mamaroneck, N.Y. In addition to Erica, Stoller is survived by his wife, Helen; his brother, Claude Stoller, FAIA; two sons; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Ezra Stoller/Ezra Stoler work.
Ezra Stoller/Ezra Stoler work.
 
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