Hedrich Blessing architectural photography 1930 1981
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Coinciding with a major retrospective at the Chicago Historical Society, this collection chronicles the history of Hedrich Blessing, a groundbreaking architectural photography firm. Includes nearly 150 shots of architectural and design masterpieces by such greats as Miles van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright, Albert Kahn, Eliel Saarinen, Bruce Graham, and many others. 150 images, 45 in color.
"Offering new insights on Chicago public housing and O'Hare International Airport, on the Columbian Exposition and Marina City, on the city's grid system and the place of women architects in the story of Chicago modernism, and on the subjective experience of living inside Chicago's most well-known buildings, Chicago Architecture is a work of enormous scope and vision."--BOOK JACKET.
Nobody can make a building soar like the architectural photographers of Hedrich Blessing. Since 1930, they have been the world's messenger of modern architecture. Based in Chicago, the architectural photography firm has achieved an international reputation that extends far beyond its regional association, and has made them the photographers of choice for some of the greatest architects of our time. Coinciding with a major retrospective at the Chicago Historical Society, Building Images: Seventy Years of Photography at Hedrich Blessing chronicles the history of this groundbreaking firm with close to 150 dazzling shots of architectural and design masterpieces by such greats as Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright, Albert Kahn, Eliel Saarinen, Bruce Graham, and many more. Architectural historian and memoirist Tony Hiss contributes a lyrical, insightful essay on what makes the assiduous photographers of Hedrich Blessing rise above the rest. Building Images brings the majesty, nuance, and poetry of our era's great buildings to light with these indelible photographs.
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Hedrich Blessing Photographers
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Hedrich Blessing Photographers is an architectural photography firm established in Chicago in 1929 by partners Ken Hedrich and Henry Blessing. The Chicago History Museum houses the archive of the first 50 years of photography (1929-1979) where it is available for viewing by the public. The firm continues to work with contemporary architects and designers across the globe. Ken Hedrich, 1929-1971, Bill Hedrich, 1931-1988, Giovanni Suter, 1938-1972, Hube Henry, 1945-1964.