Julius Shulman-Brasilia Buildings-Brasilia Brazil-Oscar Niemeyer
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Photographer:  Julius Shulman

Subject: Brasilia Goverment Buildings

Location: Brasilia, Brazil

Architect: Oscar Niemeyer

Job: 5441

Date: February 25, 1977

Assignment: Goverment of Brazil.

 

View of Ministry of Justice and Goverment Buildings from Senate Building.

Brazil's seat of goverment of the Federal Building is located in the country's center region.
Founded on April 21, 1960 Brasília is Brazil's 3rd most populous city Latin American  cities and has the highest GDP per capita of all Latin Americaan cities.
The city was planned and developed by Lucio Costa, Oscar Neimeyer and Joaquim Cardozo in 1956. It was created to move the capital from  Rio de Janeiro to a more central location. The city's designed into the Hotel Sector, the Banking Sector and the Embassy Sector. Brasília was chosen as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Due to its modernist architecture and uniquely artistic urban planning the city was chosen as a UNESCO world Heritage site. Three branches of Brazil's federal goverment are centered in the city: executive, legislative and judiciary as well as 124 foreign embassies.

Gelatin Silver Print: Unframed: 16" x 18.5"  (40.6 cm x 46.99 cm). 

Shulman's studio stamp, "Brazilia 1980" and job number handwritten in ink on verso. Signed on verso by Shulman at his Hollywood Hills Studio.

Image is in Excellent Condition. Condition Report: Any condition statement is given as an opinion and the condition statement does not imply that this photograph is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfection or the effects of aging.

This Julius Shulman image came from Shulman's Hollywood Hills studio.

  • Item #: Job: 5441

Julius Shulman-Brasilia Buildings-Brasilia Brazil-Oscar Niemeyer

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