“New Pictures 3: James Welling, Glass House” showcases an elegant photographic series of Philip Johnson’s modernist architectural masterpiece, Glass House (1949). Using a digital camera and color filters, Welling experiments with new possibilities for architectural photography, capturing the luminous effects of Johnson’s glass-skinned structure at different times and with changing light conditions over a three-year period (2006–2008.)
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