Lee Friedlander Catalogue
Lee Friedlander
Selected Catalogues
The Photographer's Eye.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 1964.
Toward a Social Landscape.  George Eastman House. Rochester, New York. 1966.
Twelve Photographers Toward a Social Landscape.  Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University. Waltham, Massachusetts. 1967.
Barrow, Thomas F., Van Deren Coke.  Peculiar to Photography.  University of New Mexico Art Museum. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 1976, p. 11. 
Lee Friedlander: An exhibition of photographs, circulated by the International Council of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.  National Gallery of Victoria. Melbourne, Australia. 1977.
Baltz, Lewis. ed.  Contemporary American Photgraphic Works.  Museum of Fine Arts. Houston, Texas. 1977, pp. 40-1. 
Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 1978.
Three on Technology.  Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1988.
Friedlander, Lee and Rod Slemmons.  Like a one-eyed cat: Photographs by Lee Friedlander, 1956-1987.  H.N. Abrams, New York, New York in association with the Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington. 1989.
A City Seen: Photographs from The George Gund Foundation Collection.  Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, Ohio. 2002, pp. 96, 88-95. 
Short Stories on Photography: The Joseph and Elaine Monsen Collection at the Henry Art Gallery.  Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. 2002, p. 8. 
Galassi, Peter.  Friedlander.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 2005.
Lee Friedlander Photographs Frederick Law Olmsted Landscapes.  Distributed Art Publishers, Inc. New York, New York. 2008.
Zander, Thomas and Freddy Langer.  Parks and Trees: Eugène Atget & Lee Friedlander.  Galerie Thomas Zander. Cologne, Germany. 2008.
Fraenkel, Jeffrey and Frish Brandt, eds.  Furthermore.  Fraenkel Gallery. San Francisco, California. 2010.
Kertess, Klaus.  Lee Friedlander: Recent Western Landscape 2008-09.  Mary Boone Gallery. New York, New York. 2010.
Lee Friedlander: Mannequin.  Fraenkel Gallery. San Francisco, California. 2012.
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