Lee Friedlander Catalogue
Lee Friedlander
Group Exhibitions
"Photography '63," George Eastman House. Rochester, New York. October 21-February 10, 1964. 
"The Photographer's Eye," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. May 27-August 23, 1964. 
"Contemporary Photography from the George Eastman Collection 1900-1964," New York World's Fair. April 22-October 17, 1965. 
"Photography in America 1850-1965," Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, Connecticut. October 13-November 28, 1965. 
"Toward a Social Landscape," George Eastman House. Rochester, New York. December 17-February 20, 1967. 
"The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship Show in Photography," Philadelphia College of Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. April-May 1966. 
"Twelve Photographers of the American Social Landscape," Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University. Waltham, Massachusetts. January 9-February 12, 1967. 
"New Documents," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. February 28-May 7, 1967. 
Goucher College. Towson, Maryland.
McMaster University. Hamilton, Ontario.
Cornell University. Ithica, New York.
Krannert Art Museum. Champaign, Illinois.
Wesleyan University. Middletown, Connecticut.
Dartmouth College. Hanover, New Hampshire.
University of Missouri. Missouri. 
"Contemporary Photography since 1950," Organized by George Eastman House in collaboration with the New York State Council on the Arts. George Eastman House. Rochester, New York. Opened on January 1, 1967. 
Traveling exhibition, including Topeka Public Library.
Columbia College. New York, New York.
Vanderbilt University. Nashville, Tennessee. 
"Photography in the Twentieth Century," Organized by George Eastman House. Rochester, New York for the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 
Traveling Exhibition, including The Baltimore Museum of Art. Baltimore, Maryland.
Pasadena Art Museum. Pasadena, California.
Tuscon Art Center. Tucson, Arizona. 
"From the Ben Schultz Memorial Collection," The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. February 8-March 31, 1968. 
"Photography and the City: The Evolution of an Art and a Science," Smithsonian Institution. Washington D.C. June 5-December 1, 1968. 
"Contemporary Photographs," University of California, Art Gallery. Los Angeles, California, September 23-October 27, 1968. 
"13 Photographers: An Exhibition of Contemporary American Photography," Pratt Institute. New York, New York, February 3-21, 1969. 
"Ten Photographers," United States Pavilion, Japan World Exposition. Osaka, Japan. 
"Photographic Synthesis," California College of Arts and Crafts. Oakland, California, May 26-June 14, 1970. 
"New Photography U.S.A," The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
Bella Center. Copenhagen, Denmark.
Amerika Haus. Berlin, Germany.
Amerika Haus. Hamburg, Germany.
Dommuseum. Lübeck, Germany.
Amerika Haus. Munich, Germany.
Galeria de Artâ Fotograficâ. Bucharest, Romania.
Foto-Federation. Belgrade, Serbia.
Gallerie Hlavního Mê sta Prahy. Prague, Czech Republic.
Biblioteque Nationale. Paris, France.
Istituto di Storia dell'Arte. Università di Parma, Italy.
Biblioteque Royale. Brussels, Belgium.
The Photographer's Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 
"The Camera and the Human Façade," National Portrait Gallery. Washington D.C. 
"Portrait of the Artist," The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York, January 18-March 7, 1972. 
"Photography 1," Jack Glenn Gallery. Corona del Mar, California, March-April, 1974. 
"Lee Friedlander-Jim Dine," Centre Culturel Américain. Paris, France. April 10-May 15, 1974. 
"Art Now 74: A Celebration of the American Arts," John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. Washington D.C. May 30-June 16, 1974. 
"14 American Photographers," The Baltimore Museum of Art. January 21-March 2, 1975. 
Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California.
La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art. La Jolla, California.
Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Fort Worth Art Museum. Fort Worth, Texas. 
"Walker Evans and Lee Friedlander: Two American Photographers," Lijnbaancentrum. Rotterdam, The Netherlands. September 27-October 27, 1975. 
"Lee Friedlander and Dr. Harold Edgerton," The Photographer's Gallery. London, United Kingdom. February 11-March 6, 1976. 
"American Photography: Past into Present. Prints from the Monsen Collection Of American Photography," Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Washington, March 4-April 11, 1976. 
"Lee Friedlander & Jim Dine: Photographs and Etchings," Vision Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts, November 9-December4, 1976. 
"Stieglitz, Steichen, and Their Successors," International Center of Photography. New York, New York, November 10, 1976-January 2, 1977. 
"Peculiar to Photography," Art Museum at the University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
"Unposed Portraits," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York, May 26-June 26, 1977. 
"Concerning Photography: Some Thoughts about Reading Photographs," The Photographer's Gallery. London, United Kingdom. July 6-August 27, 1977. 
"American Photographers," Forum Stadtpark. Graz, Austria. October 24-November 11, 1977. 
"Photographic Landscapes," George Eastman House. Rochester, New York, November 3, 1977-January 29, 1978. 
"Contemporary Amoerican Photographic Works," The Museum of Fine Arts. Houston, Texas, November 4-December 31, 1977. 
"The Great West: Real/Ideal," The Department of Fine Arts. University of Colorado at Boulder. Boulder, Colorado. 
"Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
"Twentieth Century Photographs Made in New York," Light Gallery. New York, New York, January 3-February 28, 1978. 
"Old and Modern Masters of Photography," Victoria and Albert Museum. London, United Kingdom. January 31-May 7, 1978. 
"Tusen och en bild," Moderna Museet. Fotografiska Museet. Stockholm, Sweden. April 1-September 3, 1978. 
"The Presence of Walker Evans," The Institute of Contemporary Art. Boston, Massachusetts, June 27-September 3, 1978. 
"23 Photographs/23 Directors," The Kirklands International Photographic Exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery. Liverpool, United Kingdom. July 4-September 3, 1978. 
"130 Years of Ohio Photography," Columbus Museum of Art. Columbus, Ohio, December 1, 1978-January 3, 1979. 
"The History of Photography in New Mexico," University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 1-July 29, 1979. 
"Plants: Photographs 1969-1979," Galerie Rudolf Kicken. Cologne, Germany. 
"Presences. The Figure and Manmade Enviroments," Albright College. Reading, Pennsylvania, February 24-March 20, 1980. 
"Aspects of the '70s: Photography, Recent Directions," DeCordova Museum. Lincoln, Massachusetts, June 1-August 31, 1980. 
"American Photographs, 1970-1980," Washington Art Consortium. Seattle, Washington. 
"Robert Frank Forward," Fraenkel Gallery. San Francisco, California, July 28-September 5, 1981. 
"Central Park Photographs: Lee Friedlander, Tod Papageorge, and Garry Winogrand," The Diary in Central Park. New York, New York, October 14-December 13, 1981. 
"Slices of Time: California Landscapes 1860-1880 and 1960-1980," The Oakland Museum. January 20-March 14, 1982. 
Security Pacific National Bank. Los Angeles, California. 
"3 Photographers/3 Sculptors," Zabriskie Gallery. New York, New York, November 20, 1982-January 8, 1983. 
"Harry Callahan and Lee Freidlander. Posed and Unposed Portraits," Zabriskie Gallery. New York, New York, January 13-February 12, 1983. 
"Comtemporary Self-Portraiture in Photography," Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 7-July 4, 1983. 
"The lay of the Land: 20th Century Landscape Photographs from the Hallmark Photographic Collection," University of Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri, March 2-30, 1984. 
University of Missouri. Saint Louis, Missouri.
University of Missouri. Columbia. 
"Cityscapes: 20th Century Urban Images from the Hallmark Photographic Collection," Frist Street Forum. St. Louis (SEE Saint Louis), Missouri, April 18-May 20, 1984. 
Avila College. Kansas City, Missouri.
University of Louisville. Louisville, Kentucky.
Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery. Syracuse University, New York.
University of Wyoming. Laramie, Wyoming.
Fine Arts Center/Cheekwood. Nashville, Tennessee. 
"Portraits of Artists/Faces Photographed," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California, December 9, 1984-March 24, 1985. 
"Landscapes and Mindscapes: An Exhibition of contemporary American Photography," The American Culture Center of the united Sates Embassy. Brussels, Belgium. 
"American Images: From Humanism to Formalism in American Photography 1945-1980," Barbican Art Gallery. London, United Kingdom. May 10-June 30, 1985. 
"Focus Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum," September 22- October 27, 1985. 
"The Animal in Photography 1843-1985," The Photographers' Gallery. London, United Kingdom. June 28-September 6, 1986. 
"Television's Impact on Contemporary Art," Queens Museum of Art. New York, New York, September 13-October 26, 1986. 
"Acceptable Entertainment," Bruno Facchetti Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Twentieth Century Masters of Photography, 1900-1985," Kansas City, Missouri. 
Center for the Arts. Vero Beach, Florida.
Albany Museum of Art. New York.
Asheville Museum of Art. North Carolina.
Columbus Museum of Arts and Science. Georgia.
Clara M. Eagle Gallery. Murray, Kentucky.
Roanoke Museum of Fine Arts. Virginia.
Saint Louis Artists' Guild. Missouri.
Birmingham Museum of Art. Alabama. 
"The Insistent Object," Fraenkel Gallery. San Francisco, California, March 4-April 18, 1987. 
"Southern Visions: Photography in Southern New Jersey 1910-1985," The Noyes Museum. Oceanville, New Jersey, March 15-May 17, 1987. 
"Twelve Photographers look at U.S," Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 11-July 5, 1987. 
"Wanderlust: Work by Eight contemporary Photographers from the Hallmark Photographic Collection,"
Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. Kansas City, Missouri.
Evansville Museum of Arts and Science. Indiana.
Tarble Arts Center, East Illinois University. Charleston.
California Museum of Photography. Califonia.
National Museum of American Art. Wasington D.C.
Mississippi Museum of Art. Mississippi.
Museum of Great Plains. Oklahoma.
Springfield Art Museum. Missouri.
Akron Art Museum. Ohio. 
"Three on Technology," Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
"Photography Now," Victoria and Albert Museum. London, United Kingdom. February 14-April 30, 1989. 
"On the Art of Fixing a Shadow: One /hundred and Fifty Years of Photography," National Gallery of Art. Washington D.C. May 7-July 30, 1989. 
"The Blues Aesthetic: Black Culture and Modernism," The Washington Project for the Arts. Washington D.C. September 14-December 9, 1989. 
California Afro-American Museum. Los Angeles, California.
Duke university Museum of Art. Durham, North Carolina.
Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston. Texas.
Studio Museum in Harlem. New York. 
"Photography Until Now," The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York, February 14-May 29, 1990. 
The Cleveland Museum of Art. Ohio. 
"Language of Ligth: Masterworks from the Collection," International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House. Rochester, New York, January 25-March 22, 1991. 
Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Tokyo, Japan. 
"Stateside," National Art Gallery. Wellington, New Zealand. March 30-June 9, 1991. 
"American Documents in the Fringe," Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Tokyo, Japan. November 21, 1991-January 21, 1992. 
"Photographie/Sculpture," Museé du Louvre. Paris, France. November 21, 1991-April 4, 1992. 
Janis, Eugenia Parry, curator.  "In Camera," Museum of Fine Arts. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 
"Hidden Faces," Paul Kopeikin Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
"One Hundred Years of Street Photography," Wright State University. Dayton, Ohio. 
"Chefs d'oeuvres de la Photographie: les années 70," Museé de l'Elysée. Lausanne, Switzerland. January 13-March 20, 1994. 
"The Camera I: Photographic Self-Portraits from the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Collection," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California, August 11-October 23, 1994. 
Akron Art Museum. Ohio.
Det Nationalhistoriske. Hillerod, Denmark. 
"American Studies," Aktionsforum Praterinsel. Munich, Germany. December 9, 1994-January 29, 1995. 
"An American Century of Photography: From Dry-Plate to Digital/The Hallmark Photographic Collection," Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. Kansas City, Missouri. December 18, 1994-February 18, 1995. 
Mead Art Museum. Amherst, Massachusetts.
International Center of Photography. New York.
Auckland City Art Gallery. New Zealand.
National Gallery of Victoria. Melbourne, Australia.
Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney, Australia.
Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, California. 
"American Photography 1890-1965," The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
Kunstbibliothek, Staatliche Museen su Berlin. Germany.
Stedelijk Museum. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Hasselbald Center. Göteborg, Sweden.
IVAM Centre Julio González. Valencia, Spain.
Victoria and Albert Museum. London, United Kingdom. 
"Multiple Exposures. The Group Portrait in Photography," The Bruce Museum. Greenwich, Connecticut. 
Bayly Art Museum. Virginia.
Oakville Galleries. Ontario, Canada. 
"La Colección fotográfica de IVAM: Una Selección," IVAM Centre Julio González. Valencia, Spain. October 31-December22, 1996. 
"Lee Friedlander et Jim Dine: Photographs and Etchings, 1969," La Maison Européenne de la Photographie. Paris, France. 
"Viewing Olmsted," The Equitable Gallery. New York, New York. February 11-March 15, 1997. 
"Album: A Selection from the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain," Fundació Miró. Barcelona, Spain. March 5-April 26, 1998. 
"My Culture, My Self," Ydessa Hendeles Foundation, Toronto Recontres d’Arles. Toronoto, Canada. September-July 2001. 
"Eugene Atget: The Pioneer," The Patrimoine Photographique, Hotel de Sully. Paris, France. 
"The New Frontier: Art and Television (1960-1965)," Austin Museum of Art. Austin, Texas. 
Tacoma Art Museum. Tacoma, Washington. 
"Le Desert," Cartier Foundation. Paris, France. 
"Walker Evans & Company," The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York, March 16-July26, 2000. 
J. Paul Getty Museum. Los Angeles, California. 
"How You Look at It: Photographs of the 20th Century," Sprengel Museum. Hanover, Indiana, May 14-june 8, 2000. 
Städelsches Kunstinstitut and Städtische Galerie. Frankfurt, Germany. 
"The Model Wife," Museum of Photographic Arts. San Diego, California. 
The Art institute of Chicago. Illinois.
The Cleveland Museum of Art. Ohio.
La Maison Européenne de la Photographie. Paris, France. 
"Last Great Places," The Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. 
"The Passions," James Cohan Gallery. New York, New York. December 1-January 12, 2002. 
"In Response to Place: Photographs of the Nature Conservancy's Last Great Places," The Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. September 15-December31, 2001. 
"Short Stories on Photography: The Joseph and Elaine Monsen Collection at the Henry Art Gallery," Henry Art Gallery, Faye G. Allen Center for the Visual Arts. University of Wasington. Seattle, Washington. September 18-November 10, 2003. 
"What's Going On - Prints Drawings and Photographs from the 1970's," Davison Art Center. Middletown, Connecticut. January 23-March 8, 2002. 
"The Eye Club," Fraenkel Gallery. San Francisco, California. September 4-November 29, 2003. 
"TV / Cinema / Video," Thomas Zander Gallery. Cologne, Germany. May 26-September, 2003. 
"The Art of Street Photography," Paul Kopeikin Gallery. Los Angeles, California. July 12-August 30, 2003. 
"Cruel and Tender: The Real in the Twentieth-Century Photograph," Tate Modern. London, United Kingdom. June 5-September 7, 2003. 
Museum Ludwig. Cologne, Germany. 
"A City Seen: Photographs from The George Gund Foundation Collection," The Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, Ohio. November 20, 2002-January 26, 2003. 
"Important Photographs from a Private Swiss Collection," Laurence Miller Gallery. New York, New York. November 04-December 24, 2004. 
"GAME FACE - What Does A Female Athlete Look Like?," USC Fisher Gallery. Los Angeles, California. September 09-November 01, 2004. 
"About Face portrait - Photography and the Death of the Portrait," Hayward Gallery. London, United Kingdom. June 24-September 05, 2004. 
"Traces, Places and Faces. New Acquisitions to the Photographs Collection," National Gallery of Canada. Ottawa, Canada. January 30-May 02, 2004. 
"Je t'envisage," Museé de L'Elysée. Lausanne, Switzerland. February 5-May 31, 2004. 
Vertretung des Landes Niedersachsen beim Bund. Germany. December 7- 18, 2005. 
"Surface," Laurence Miller Gallery. New York, New York. May 5-June 30, 2005. 
"Amerikanische Street Photography," Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg. Wolfsburg, Germany. April 16-October 02, 2005. 
"Exposed! Thirty Years of Collecting Photography," The Neuberger Museum of Art. New York, United States. March 06-May 08, 2005. 
"People in series in sequence," Pace/MacGill Gallery. New York, New York. February 03-March 19, 2005. 
"Garry Winogrand and the American Street Photographers," Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam. Amsterdam, Netherlands. January 14-March 30, 2005. 
"Portraits/Autoportrait," Galerie Guy Ledune. Bruxelles, Belgium. November 26-January 08, 2005. 
"It's Only Rock 'N' Roll," Contemporary Arts Museum. Houston, Texas. December 2-January 22, 2006. 
"La Photographie à l'épreuve," MAM Musée d'Art Moderne de Saint-Étienne Métropole. Saint-Étienne, France. February 11-April 10, 2005. 
"Iconos: La mejor fotografía y cine de la George Eastman House," Fundación Pedro Barrié de la Maza. Santiago de Compostela, Spain. October 5-January 9, 2005. 
"Radical Vision," James A. Michener Art Museum. Doylestown, Pennsylvania. January 14-May 28, 2006. 
"Tendenzen internationaler Fotografie," Städtische Galerie Delmenhorst. Delmenhorst, Germany. January 13-March 12, 2006. 
"Joint Venture: Selections from the Ramer Collection and Selected Photographs," The Richard L. Nelson Gallery. Davis, California. January 5-March 19, 2006. 
"Borrowed Time: The Photograph as Music Album Cover," Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinatti, Ohio. October 22-January 29, 2006. 
"In Sight: Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection," The Museum of Contemporary Photography. Chicago, Illinois. June 9-August 5, 2006. 
"Tiefenschärfe," Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden. Baden-Baden, Germany. May 13-July 2, 2006. 
"XX - Encontros de Fotografia," CAV Coimbra Visual Arts Centre. Coimbra, Portugal. April 1-September 10, 2006. 
"The Ramer Collection and Other Photographs," The Richard L. Nelson Gallery. Davis, California. January 5-March 19, 2006. 
"American Beauty," NGV National Gallery of Victoria International. Melbourne, Australia. May 13-October 22, 2006. 
"Geschichten, Geschichte," Fotomuseum Winterthur. Winterthur, Switzerland. March 4-November 5, 2006. 
"Six Photographers: Six Points of View Selections from The Maslow Collection," Suraci Gallery, Marywood University. Scranton, Pennsylvania. January 16-February 19, 2006. 
"Several Exceptionally Good Recently Acquired Pictures XIX," Fraenkel Gallery. San Francisco, California. May 31-August 11, 2007. 
"A Selection of Exceptional Vintage Photographs," Stephen Daiter Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. September 7-October 27, 2007. 
"June Bride," Yossi Milo Gallery. New York, New York. June 7-August 17, 2007. 
"The Other Side of Light: Shadows from the Photography Collection," Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. December 1, 2007–February 24, 2008. 
"Modern Photographs—The Machine, the Body and the City: Selections from the Charles Cowles Collection," Parrish Art Museum. Southampton, New York. September 21-November 30, 2008. 
"Chance Encounters: Photographs from the Collection of Norman Carr and Carolyn Kinder Carr," Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. February 26-June 22, 2008. 
"Mirror Mirror," Edward Thorpe Gallery. New York, New York. January 19-February 23, 2008. 
Lombino, Mary-Kay, curator.  "Facebook: Images of People in Photographs from the Collection," Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College. Poughkeepsie, New York. June 27-August 10, 2008. 
Ruf, Beatrix, curator.  "Blasted Allegories: Werke aus der Sammlung Ringier," Kunstmuseum Luzern. Lucerne, Germany. May 16-August 3, 2008. 
"Photographic Figures," Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. November 19, 2008-May 10, 2009. 
Chuang, Joshua, curator.  "First Doubt: Optical Confusion in Modern Photography," Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, Connecticut. October 7, 2008-January 4, 2009. 
Watts, Jennifer A. and Claudia Bohn-Spector, curator.  "This Side of Paradise: Body and Landscape in L.A. Photographs," The Huntington Library. San Marino, California. June 14–September 15, 2008. 
Musée de l'Elysée. Lausanne, Switzerland. January 31-April 19, 2009. 
"Edward Hopper and Company," Fraenkel Gallery. San Francisco, California. March 5-May 2, 2009. 
Grannan, Katy, curator.  "They Knew What They Wanted," Fraenkel Gallery. San Francisco, California. July 1-August 21, 2010. 
The Pace Gallery. New York, New York. October 25-December 22, 2012. 
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