Famous architecture artists photographers
1910–2009 /Julius Shulman, American architectural photographer
1857-1927 / French photographer, documented Paris architecture and street scenes before modernization
1989-1991 / Architecture and urban design black & white photography of 1930s New York City.
1903-1975 / American photojournalist, famous for documenting the effects of the Great Depression
1904-1971 / American photographer and documentary photographer.
1937- / Famous for the exhibition : New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape (1975)
1902-1984 / American West, Yosemite National Park Landscape photography
1910-2007 / French photographer, famous for his work with Le Corbusier
1930- / South African photographer : apartheid and South Africa landscapes.
1942- / American artist, writer, photographer from New York City
1937- / Californian pop-art artist, famous for Twentysix Gasoline Stations, 1962
1947- / American photographer, famous since Uncommon Places. New York, 1982.
1945-2014 / Visual artist and photographer from the New Topographics movement, 1970s
Bernd and Hilla Becher
1931-2007 / 1934-2015 / German duo of conceptual artists and photographers, famous for their series of photographic images, typologies, of industrial structures and buildings.
1955- / German photographer and Professor at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, landscape colour and large format architecture photographs
1954- / German photographer, famous for his black & white photographs of New York and Düsseldorf streets.