Chromogenic Print (C-print), Silver Print, Solarized Silver prints (Lot comprising 3 photos)
13.98 х 10.83 in. (35.51 x 27.51 cm.)
1. "Art + Arakawa Making News" / Solarization, 1981, size: 8.46 x 7.09 in.
2. "Art + Arakawa", 1981, size: 8.46 x 7.09 in.
3. "Red Grooms - under London Bridge for Arthur Geats" 13.98 x 10.83 in.
German-born photographer Abe Frajndlich (born 1946) emigrated to America aged 10 and in 1970, following a seminar with prominent photographer Minor White, began to devote himself to photography. Frajndlich followed White to Boston and their close friendship culminated in a series of portraits of White [see Frajndlich’s book, “Lives I’ve Never Lived”]. Since then Frajndlich has taken a number of other well-known photographers away from behind their lenses and placed them in front of his own, including Cindy Sherman, Candida Höfer, Annie Leibovitz and Thomas Struth.
Biblioteque Nationale, Paris, France
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
Jewish Museum, Frankfurt, Germany
Ludwig Museum, Koln, Germany
Museum of Photography, Chalon-sur-Saone.
Museum of Modern Art, New York City
National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.
New Mexico Museum Fine Arts, SantaFe, NM
George Pompidou Centre, Paris, France
San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, Cal.
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
Whitney Museum of Art, NYC
Selected Corporate & Private Collections:
Bank One, Chicago, Illinois
AGA Burdox, Stockholm, Sweden
Nancy Dickenson, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Harry Drake, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Milton Esterow, New York City
Eikoh Hosoe, Tokyo
Huntington Bank, Columbus, Ohio
McKinsey & Company, Cleveland
James Rosenquist, New York City
Shearman & Sterling, Frankfurt, Germany
Jurgen Tesch, Berlin and Munich
Standard Oil Corp., Cleveland
Cindy Sherman, New York City