Entries Tagged as 'Julius'

Sunday, September 20th, 2009

The Julius Shulman Memorial at The Getty

Thanks to The Getty for a class act tribute. Read more about it by LA Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne: Culture Monster (LA Times Blog)

Friday, July 24th, 2009

Shulman Obituary written by Ron Fields

Here is a link to a really thoughtful obituary done on Julius by his good friend Ron Fields. “I had the good fortune of forging a most special friendship with Julius Shulman, the legendary architectural photographer and iconic chronicler of the rise of Los Angeles’ modern era, who died July 15 at the age of […]

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

Julius Shulman: 1910 – 2009

“What good is a dream house if you haven’t got a dream?” -Julius Shulman He truly lived an amazing life; maybe even the equivalent to three lives in his almost 99 years. He was a mentor, an inspiration, a surrogate grandfather and a friend. Wherever it is we go after this world, I know that […]

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

Julius on NPR

Photographer Captures L.A.’s Vintage Homes by Susan Stamberg “Magazines, newspapers, even family scrapbooks are full of photographs of houses — graphic examples of the American dream. But pictures by the 98-year-old architectural photographer Julius Shulman are in a league of their own, so distinctive that they are consulted by movie designers, collected by museums and […]

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

True Hollywood Story

True Hollywood Story is the title of one of the best layouts I have ever seen about Julius. The story appeared in the October 2007 edition of Dwell magazine. Below is a link: True Hollywood Story Story by Marc Kristal / Photos by Catherine Ledner and Julius Shulman