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Abe Frajndlich

Seventy Five at Seventy Five. Lives I’ve Lived

The most striking, iconic, and significant shots of Abe Frajndlich’s long photography career.

Seventy Five at Seventy Five is about the visual working life of American photographer Abe Frajndlich, starting from the 1970s and continuing to the present. The book covers his myriad themes and obsessions, from portraiture of the famous and the anonymous to the erotic and the fantastic. In this elegantly designed volume, Frajndlich presents his favorite and most recent works, including playful and striking portraits of Dennis Hopper, Jack Lemmon, Miles Davis, and Cindy Sherman, along with the breathtaking shots of landscapes and architectural structures. Frajndlich complements the images with personal anecdotes and texts about his shoots.

144 pages | 77 color plates | 9 1/2 x 11 3/4

Art: American Art, Art--General Studies, Photography

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"The photogra­pher, born in Frankfurt am Main in 1946 and living in the US for many decades now, is one of the most exciting professionals of our times. Thank you, Mr. Frajndlich!"

Leica Fotografie International

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