If you are only peripherally interested in Friedlander and his photography, this is the book to buy.
In 2005 the Museum of Modern Art held a traveling retrospective of Lee Friedlander showing 500 of the photographs in its collection.
The large size and scale of the book is necessary to accommodate comparisons between several similar photographs on a single page.
I like Friedlander's work, but I wasn't expecting so much of it in this book. I got it "used", but my copy is as clean as a whistle. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andre Gauthier
Fantastic range and encyclopedic interests. I wish there were more of his color work for Atlantic Records. Read morePublished 3 months ago by martin fritter
If you love Friedlander's pictures, this is the book to have. Probably the best selection by far. From the beginning to the year 2000 and something. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marco Paoluzzo
The book is great, beautifully arranged and wonderfully printed, but it is very delicate in the spine. Read morePublished 6 months ago by sergio bartelsman
I'll comment on something other reviews haven't yet mentioned: Peter Galassi's 70+ page introductory essay. He apologizes for its length, but in fact it's crucial. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael Haspert
excelente. soberbio. apabullante reunión de fotografías en relación al precio final. estupenda calidad de impresión. Read morePublished 19 months ago by gerardo
I'll admit I love Friedlander's work. But if you don't know his work well, then this is a great book to acquire.Published 22 months ago by Booberry
THIS IS AN EXCELLENT BOOK.
IT HAS A BIG VIRILITY OF PHOTOS FROM DIFFERENT ERAS.
IT ALSO HAS VERY GOOD PRINT QUALITY AND IS A MAST HAVE.
IT IS ALSO A BIG BOOK.