Eye Candy

BUILDING BLOCKS: Architecture, that least transportable of arts, has a back-scratching relationship with photography. The camera craves beauty; buildings crave an eye. And photographer Ezra Stoller's eye is among the best. The charm of his new series of books is that each volume carefully documents a building--e.g., Eero Saarinen's TWA terminal at N.Y.C.'s Kennedy Airport--as the architect wanted it, before remodeling or damage. Beauty and history to go.

--By Belinda Luscombe


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