Oscar Niemeyer's 3D photographs will finally receive their day in the sun through a glossy collaboration between Visionaire and Paddle8. The glitzy multi-format art rag and the online art seller have teamed up to release a collection of the Brazilian architect's iconic work this September, just in time for the Sao Paulo Biennial.
Cathedral of Brasilia, Brasilia, 1958. Photo by Vicente de Paulo.
The limited edition slide portfolio will be released with Visionaire's 62 RIO issue, which arrives in a special lenticular case. Only 200 are available for preorder beginning today, so get ready to use your 3D glasses, kids. See more photos in the interview with the venerable 104-year-old architect below, and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
See a slideshow of the work below:
Correction: In an earlier version of this article, we listed the publication as "Visionaire RIO 62" instead of "Visionaire 62 RIO." We apologize for the error.
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