Julius Shulman Institute

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The Julius Shulman Institute (JSI) at Woodbury University promotes photography of the built environment. The JSI hosts exhibitions, workshops and symposia.[1]

History[edit]

In 2005, architectural photographer Julius Shulman founded the Institute at Woodbury University. He chose a university as a home for the JSI because of his interest in education.[2] The endowment supports students, career artists, and commercial photographers who document the physical environment.

Barbara Bestor is Executive Director of the JSI.[3]

Awards[edit]

Excellence in Photography[edit]

The Excellence in Photography Award is awarded annually by the Institute to honor photographers that challenge the way we look at physical space.[4]

Year Recipient
2017 Todd Eberle[5]
2016 James Welling
2015 Hélène Binet
2014 Grant Mudford[6]
2013 Catherine Opie
2012 Pedro E. Guerrero
2011 Richard Barns
2010 Iwan Baan

Exhibitions[edit]

The Institute hosts and curates exhibitions. The University’s Hollywood gallery (WUHO) is the venue for the majority of exhibitions and events.

Date Title
March 3 – March 27, 2016 James Welling
November 5 – December 20, 2015 Matter, Light and Form: Architectural Photographs of Wayne Thom, 1968-2003
February 28 – March 29, 2015 Hélène Binet: Fragments of Light[7][8][9]
April 3 – April 27, 2014 Grant Mudford: Building
October 5 – November 1, 2013 Beyond the Assignment[10][11][12]
February 16 – March 24, 2013 Catherine Opie: In & Around L.A.[13][14]
June 9 – November 1, 2013 Pedro E. Guerrero: Photographs of Modern Life[15]
October 9 – October 22, 2011 Richard Barnes: Unnatural Spaces[16]
October 2010 Image.Architecture.Now[17]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About". Julius Shulman Institute. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
  2. ^ "About". Julius Shulman Institute. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
  3. ^ "Contact". Julius Shulman Institute. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
  4. ^ "Awards". Julius Shulman Institute. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
  5. ^ "Julius Shulman Institute presents Todd Eberle: Empire of Space | WUHO". wuho.architecture.woodbury.edu. Retrieved 2017-05-02.
  6. ^ "Grant Mudford to receive 2014 Julius Shulman Institute Excellence in Photography Award". Bustler.
  7. ^ "Fragments of Light". Domus Magazine.
  8. ^ Lange, Alexandra. "Reducing Spectacular to Simple". New York Times.
  9. ^ Stathaki, Ellie. "Hélène Binet's show at the Julius Shulman Institute sheds light on the art of contemporary photography". Wallpaper.
  10. ^ Olsberg, Nicholas. "Shattered Glass: The history of architectural photography". Architectural Review.
  11. ^ Kilston, Lyra. "Architecture and Photography Come Together to Make Art Within Art". Wired.
  12. ^ Dimitrova, Bilyana. "Beyond the Assignment". Metropolis Magazine.
  13. ^ Harnish, Tracey. "Catherine Opie: Bearing Witness and the Sublime". The Huffington Post.
  14. ^ "Catherine Opie Show at Woodbury University". Places Journal.
  15. ^ Lange, Alexander. "Pedro E. Guerrero on Being Inspired by the Masters". The New York Times.
  16. ^ "Richard Barnes: Unnatural Spaces". Domus.
  17. ^ Boone, Lisa. "A Celebration of Julius Shulman". Los Angeles Times.