Lee Friedlander once slyly assessed his promiscuous eye by saying, ?I tend to photograph the things that get in front of my camera.? For Friedlander, this was in part a kind of formalist credo: his most innovative photographs are elegant spatial muddles, frames so stuffed to the gills that one imagines his hidebound camera-club contemporaries clutching their manuals in horror.

Lee Friedlander’s Intimate Portraits of His Wife, Through Sixty Years of Marriage

Lee Friedlander once slyly assessed his promiscuous eye by saying, “I tend to photograph the things that get in front of my camera.” For Friedlander, this was in part a kind of formalist credo: his most innovative photographs are elegant spatial muddles, frames so stuffed to the gills that one imagines his hidebound camera-club contemporaries clutching their manuals in horror.

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