Years ago while working for Prada I helped launch the opening of the LA flagship designed by architect Rem Koolhaas. In preparation for the unveiling, we hired photographer Todd Eberle to document the space. Watching him work was inspiring – his meticulous attention to detail, unique approach, and methodical pace were quite unique, as if a painter had set up an easel for a long day of interpretation. The results were incomparable and Todd is a true artist, one of the very few who could capture the vision of Miuccia Prada. So naturally his book, “Empire of Space,” deserved a spot on my book shelf, and you should consider it to.

From the publishers: “Todd Eberle’s photographs document the disparate images that make up American architecture, landscapes, and society and are united by a minimalist aesthetic that runs through his work. Whether his approach to a particular subject is earnest (an unfurling flag) or kitsch (the Vegas strip), Eberle brings to his photographs a heightened sense of precision, symmetry, and proportion. The Empire of Space is a lavish look at Eberle’s career and features many rare and never-before-published portraits, landscapes, still lifes, and interiors.” $85, available on Amazon.

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