About the Book
My trip to Los Angeles. A view of the Architecture and people I saw.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Mar 03, 2009
- Tags walt disney concert hall, Frank O. Gehry, Getty Center, J. Paul Getty Museum, Richard Meier, Griffith Park Observatory, John C. Austin, dimitre photography, Patrick McCurdy, Mark Finney, Bret Kloepfer, Venice Beach, Santa Monica, airplane wing, orange juice, Architecture, people, cat, dog
Dimitre has spent nearly two decades in Chicago moving easily between the worlds of fine art, commercial and architectural photography. A breakthrough achievement has been providing the art for ten floors of the new Exelon corporate headquarters in downtown Chicago. A series of skylines from his west loop loft welcomed visitors to “one city; many colors” at Midway Airport. In addition, his work has appeared in the Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, Chicago Magazine, CRN Magazine, and a host of others. His work is varied, with recent emphasis on commissions for architectural photography, including a book on the bridges of Chicago. He believes there is nothing mundane about large structures built by men and women. He lives in what was an old, dilapidated church. He spent five years turning it into a live/work space that has become a model of Chicago art rehab.