New collection agreement: Additional images of museum architecture in New York and the Midwest by photographer and art historian Ralph Lieberman
ARTstor Digital Library has sponsored approximately 1,600 new photographs of museum architecture, public sculpture, and significant architecture in New York and the Midwest from photographer and art historian Ralph Lieberman. This latest campaign includes architecture and public sculpture in the United States and Tuscany, Italy, particularly museum architecture in the Midwest (Chicago, IL; St. Louis, MO; Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN; Milwaukee, WI) and throughout New York (Utica, Syracuse, New Paltz). Highlights include the Art Institute of Chicago’s Modern Wing, designed by Renzo Piano; the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts in St. Louis, designed by Tadao Ando; and the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse. Lieberman, an art historian and photographer, has previously photographed architecture and public art for ARTstor throughout the Northeast, Midwest, Southeast, and Texas, as well as Canada and Spain. In addition to sponsoring new photography by Lieberman, ARTstor has also partnered with Harvard University to digitize the Ralph Lieberman Archive of Renaissance and Baroque Architecture.
For more detailed information about this collection, visit the Ralph Lieberman: Architectural Photography collection page.