Lee Friedlander has documented a lifetime in photographs, creating a thick and diverse body of work which has left an indelible imprint on the medium he helped to fortify. Among his most important subjects—once at the beginning of his career, and now thirty years later—is himself. With the photographic cornerstone of a monograph, Self-Portrait originally published in 1970, Friedlander created an archetype for self-imaging. Three decades later Friedlander re-acquainted himself with the far side of the camera.
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