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Whitney Museum, Marcel Breuer, New York, NY (Gary Stoller and Lincoln Kirstein), 1966

Photograph

Gelatin Silver print

20.00 x 16.00 in

50.8 x 40.6 cm

Edition of 20

This work is signed and dated on verso.

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    About The Work

    This image from architectural photographer Ezra Stoller is of the Marcel Breuer building that until 2015 housed the Whitney Museum of American Art. Since then, the iconic space has transformed into The Met Breuer—a collaboration between the Whitney and the Metropolitan Museum.  In this photograph, Stoller captures the angled exterior of 945 Madison Avenue in rich shadows.

    About Ezra Stoller

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