Pioneer of American Architectural Photography movement. Best known for his photograph "Case Study House #22". The clarity of his work demanded that architectural photography had to be considered an art form. His work chronicled the Southern California modernist movement.His work photographing such architectural giants such as Wright,Eames,and Neutra among others gave way to a new art form. Many of the buildings he photographed are long gone but his photographs remain a testament to the movement.
I could have sworn on a stack of back issues of Architectural Digest that there was a whole thread here about a Tati installation at a Paris museum. Just went and looked through the Maritime Museum board and can't find it.
Because of that thread, I knew instantly what Kerouac meant by his remark above. Kerouac, do you know where the thread is showing that Tati villa?
Incidentally, I want to recommend that everyone take a nice rummage through the Maritime Museum. There are things that may have been posted before a person came to AnyPort, or that simply were overlooked, but our Museum is a treasure trove.