Lee FriedlanderSelf-Portraits

From the start of his career, Friedlander has turned his camera on himself. He has used his body or shadow as an element of visual compositions, made himself a main subject, or acted as a foil to other figures, interweaving his professional, personal, and creative life in his images. Throughout more than six decades of self-portraits, Friedlander has created an inimitable archetype for self-imaging.