Lee Friedlander


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"American photographer Lee Friedlander has had an expansive career, photographing his subjects from family and friends to political figures and celebrities in their everyday environments, while simultaneously changing the very landscape of his chosen media.
In his 'Human Clay' series, images of people in their surroundings are presented together thematically. Each book features hundreds of photographs, many never before published, chosen and sequenced by the artist himself from his vast archive.
This latest volume in the series compiles some of Friedlander s street photography taken over the course of more than 50 years including images of Atlanta, Buffalo, Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, and San Francisco, as well as more than 125 photographs of New YorkCity." (publisher's note)

About the photographer (*1934):
"Lee Friedlander began photographing the American social landscape in 1948. With an ability to organize a vast amount of visual information in dynamic compositions, Friedlander has made humorous and poignant images among the chaos of city life, dense landscape and countless other subjects. Friedlander is also recognized for a group of self-portraits he began in the 1960s, reproduced in 'Self Portrait', an exploration that he turned to again in the late 1990s, and published in a monograph by Fraenkel Gallery in 2000. Friedlander’s work was included in the highly influential 1967 'New Documents' exhibition, curated by John Szarkowski at the Museum of Modern Art. Included among the many monographs designed and published by Friedlander himself are 'Sticks and Stones', 'Lee Friedlander: Photographs, Letters From the People', 'Apples and Olives', 'Cherry Blossom Time in Japan', 'Family', and 'At Work'. In 2005,
Friedlander was the recipient of the prestigious Hasselblad Award as well as the subject of a major traveling retrospective and catalog organized by the Museum of Modern Art. In 2010, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York exhibited the entirety of his body of work, 'America by Car'." (copyrights for the text: Fraekel Gallery)

Other titles by Lee Friedlander (*1934):
'Self portrait' (re-edit 1998, 2005)
'Lee Friedlander' (2000)
'The Little Screens' (2001)
'Kitaj' (2002)
'New Documents'
'Staglieno' (2003)
'Stems' (2003)
'Family' (2004)
'Stick sand Stones. Architectural America' (2004)
'Lee Friedlander. The Museum of Modern Art Catalogue' (ed. Peter Galassi, 2004)
'Lee Friedlander: Photographs, Letters From the People'
'Apples and Olives' (2205)
'Cherry Blossom Time in Japan' (2006)
'At Work'
'America by Car' (2008)
'Frederick Law Olmsted Landscapes' (2008)
'New Mexico' (2008)
'In the Picture. Self Portraits 1958-2011' (2011)
'Recent Western Landscape 2008-09' (2011)
'The New Cars' (2011)
'Mannequin' (2012)
'The Nudes: A Second Lokk' (2013)
'jfk. a photographic memoir' (2013)
'Family in the Picture 1958-2013' (2014)