Le Corbusier used photography purposefully
to promote his talent and his visions. Countless
images, many of them taken at the time the
buildings were constructed, made a vital contribution
to the reception of his architecture and
shape our perception of it even today. The seven
positions presented here show how contemporary
photographers approach his works and
how they are recalibrating our view of these
icons of architecture.
This book is also available in English.