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Published on the occasion of Brasilias fiftieth anniversary: a celebration in contemporary photography of the building of Brazils capital city. An architect by training and an enthusiast of Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe, photographer Marcel Gautherot was close to an elite group of Brazilian modernist architects such as Oscar Niemeyer and Roberto Burle Marx. Aesthetic and political affinities made him Niemeyers photographer of choice, and Gautherot had privileged access to all stages of the building of Brasilia, Brazils new capital and a landmark of modernist architecture and urbanism. This book brings together for the first time a large corpus of Gautherots work on the city, selected out of the 3,000 photographs now in the collection of the Moreira Salles Foundation in Rio de Janeiro. Gautherots sharp, precise, almost clinical eye captures Brasilia as both promising and ominous, tremendous and fragile, heroic and problematic