Ezra Stoller at Cooper Union School of Architecture

Ezra Stoller: Photographs of Architecture, an exhibition of sixteen photographs by the artist, was featured at the Cooper Union’s School of Architecture. Arthur Drexler—former Director of MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design—once noted, “Ezra Stoller’s photographs are now part of the history of modern architecture in the United States...For better or worse, his photographs have been more real to architectural students, and more intensely experienced, than most of the buildings they memorialize.” Following the exhibition, the photographs will remain on view in the school's Foundation Building.

Ezra Stoller at The Museum of Modern Art

Work by Ezra Stoller was on view at the Museum of Modern Art, in an group exhibition entitled Transparency in Architecture and Beyond. The exhibit followed the growing anxieties of privacy and ethics amidst mid-twentieth century America, featuring architecture as both subject and cultural lens. Other featured artists included Le Corbusier, Dan Graham, Brigitte Hellgoth, Jean Tschumi, and many more. For more information, please visit the MoMA website.

Ezra Stoller in New York Magazine

A photograph by Ezra Stoller was featured as the cover of the New York Magazine on April 26, 2021. This "Yesteryear" issue features stories and photographs of office culture in the past 150 years. Stoller's image is part of his well-known work on the Seagram Building, itself an iconic example of New York City's International Style architecture. To learn more, please see the magazine website.

New Ezra Stoller Monograph

A new release from Phaidon and the estate of Ezra Stoller, Ezra Stoller: A Photographic History of Modern American Architecture, by Pierluigi Serraino was released Fall 2019. Serraino, a practicing architect, author, and educator, guides the reader through a captivating history of 20th-century Modern American architecture, as seen through the eyes of the legendary photographer. For more information, please visit the Phaidon website.

Ezra Stoller at Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography

A solo exhibition of works by Ezra Stoller was on view at The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography in Moscow, Russia, from September 20, 2018 - February 4, 2019. Pioneers of American Modernism: Ezra Stoller included photographs of public and private architecture and range from his early career in the late 1930s through the 1970s.

Ezra Stoller at the Frist Art Museum

Photographs by Ezra Stoller were on view at the Frist Art Museum in Nashville, TN from July 20 – October 28, 2018. Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture explores the ways in which American and European architectural photography have transformed our vision and concept of architecture from the 1920’s to the present. The group exhibition included works by photographers such as Berenice Abbott, Lewis Baltz, Andreas Gursky, Thomas Ruff, Julius Shulman and Hiroshi Sugimoto, among others. This exhibition was organized by Therese Lichtenstein for the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, NY, where it was previously on view. For more information, please visit the Frist Art Museum website.

Ezra Stoller at Portland Museum of Art

Photographs by Ezra Stoller were on view in Quest for Beauty: The Architecture, Landscapes, and Collections of John Yeon at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon from May 13 – September 3, 2017. The group exhibition surveyed two dozen projects by architect John Yeon and included architectural photographs by Stoller, Maynard Parker and Roger Sturtevant. For more information, please visit the Portland Museum of Art website.

Ezra Stoller at Stanford University

Photographs by Ezra Stoller were on view at Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center from April 26 – August 21, 2017. Featuring additional works by Paul Rand, Charles and Ray Eames, Ettore Sottsass, Dieter Rams, and others, Creativity on the Line: Design for the Corporate World, 1950–1975 explored the groundbreaking work of mid-century modern designers and their relationships with top management in the large corporations for which they worked.