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Keep Your Eyes Open: The Fugazi Photographs of Glen E. Friedman Hardcover – September 3, 2007
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They say that timing is everything. Act at precisely the right moment and you re bound to come up with something original, urgent and, if you re lucky, absolutely truthful. While many artists lack instinct, forty-five-year-old photographer Glen E. Friedman has built a career on perfect timing knowing just when and where to capture the moment that otherwise would have gone undocumented. His impeccable eye, paired with his heart and ability to decipher between what is and isn t genuine, have allowed him to capture some of our generation s most important images. Skate, punk, hip-hop Glen s presence at the dawn of each subculture can never be replicated. Fugazi were totally different from Minor Threat but they were like a whole new level. He had a different group of guys but still had that same intensity, says Glen about the first time he saw Fugazi. I forgot my camera that first show, but I vowed to bring it to every other show to help spread their inspiration around. Over the following years Friedman would go on to shoot Fugazi endlessly both on and off the stage, and many of these images feature in Keep Your Eyes Open. The book contains some 200 colour and black and white shots showcasing a spectrum of moments, ranging from on-stage ferocity, to candid portraits of the guys on tour. Being close friends with the band, Glen was able to capture a certain honesty and intimacy that is carried wholeheartedly throughout the book. In a world where success and timing supposedly go hand in hand, Glen E. Friedman has added heart, soul and truth to the equation documenting the result for the world to see. --Huck Magazine
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There's a massive rip in the first page like between the hardcover & paper. Must've been a manufacturing fault but otherwise i'm happy with itPublished on June 2, 2013 by Jordy2136
The one curse is that as a New Yorker, many of the pictures are not from DC with the band. Still has from the beginning to the end of their run, in great action and band shots.Published on March 17, 2009 by C. Martin