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Lee Friedlander : sticks & stones : architectural America

Author: Lee Friedlander; James Enyeart
Publisher: [San Francisco] : Fraenkel Gallery ; [New York] : DAP, ©2004.
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"In Sticks & Stones, Lee Friedlander offers his view of America as seen through its architecture. In 196 square-format pictures shot over the past 15 years, Friedlander has framed the familiar through his own unique way of seeing the world. Whether he's representing modest vernacular buildings or monumental skyscrapers, Friedlander liberates them from our preconceived notions and gives us a new way of looking at our  Read more...
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Named Person: Lee Friedlander; Lee Friedlander; Lee Friedlander; Lee Friedlander
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Friedlander; James Enyeart
ISBN: 1891024973 9781891024979
OCLC Number: 55078822
Description: 196, [6] p. : chiefly ill. ; 32 cm.
Other Titles: Sticks & stones, architectural America
Responsibility: [all photographs, Lee Friedlander ; essay, James Enyeart].

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"In Sticks & Stones, Lee Friedlander offers his view of America as seen through its architecture. In 196 square-format pictures shot over the past 15 years, Friedlander has framed the familiar through his own unique way of seeing the world. Whether he's representing modest vernacular buildings or monumental skyscrapers, Friedlander liberates them from our preconceived notions and gives us a new way of looking at our surrounding environment. Shot during the course of countless trips to urban and rural areas across the country, many of them made by car (the driver's window sometimes providing Friedlander with an extra frame), these pictures capture an America as unblemished by romanticized notions of human nature as it is full of quirky human touches."--BOOK JACKET.

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