Chris Mottalini sent us information on an event happening this weekend at Woodbury University's Julius Shulman Institute. Several of his photos of the now-demolished Paul Rudolph Micheels House are included along with work by 9 other artists.
Woodbury University will honor the legacy of renowned photographer Julius Shulman with two events that coincide with 100th anniversary of his birth. A Saturday, October 9 symposium and exhibition includes panels moderated by Neil Denari and Kazys Varnelis featuring architects in conversation with photographers; the afternoon will be emceed by Frances Anderton, host of DnA on KCRW. The exhibition highlights the work of noted photographers of the built environment. A celebration evening will be held on Sunday, October 10. Actress Diane Keaton will receive the 10th annual Julius Shulman Communication Award and photographer Iwan Baan will be presented the 1st annual Julius Shulman Photography Award during the fundraising dinner. Woodbury is home to the Julius Shulman Institute, which focuses on Shulman’s enduring involvement in the issues of modernism. (From the Woodbury University website.)
Sounds great – I wish I were traveling there this weekend . . . – GF