Seeing Greene & Greene: Architecture in Photographs
Presented through the lens of some of the twentieth-century’s leading photographers of art and architecture, this exhibition is conceived as a different take on the architectural work of Greene and Greene. Attracted by the special qualities of the Greenes’s architecture and design, each photographer uses his own historical perspective to capture and interpret the architects’ work. The resulting collection of images reveals the evolution of Greene and Greene’s significance as architectural pioneers through the years. The selection of approximately 75 photographs includes work by William R. Current, Johann Hagemeyer, Frances Benjamin Johnston, Frederick Martin, Maynard Parker, Julius Shulman, Minor White, and Morgan Yost.
Made possible in part by the Friends of the Gamble House, Pasadena Arts & Culture Commission and the City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Division, and the Ann Peppers Foundation. In-kind support has been generously provided by Yvonne and Shawn Speck of Shawn Speck Picture Frames.