- Tapa dura: 112 páginas
- Editor: Burning Flag Press,U.S. (9 de febrero de 2007)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0964191687
- ISBN-13: 978-0964191686
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Keep Your Eyes Open: The Fugazi Photographs of Glen E. Friedman (Inglés) Tapa dura – 9 feb 2007
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Reseña del editor
KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN: The Fugazi Photographs of Glen E. Friedman will be released by Burning Flags Press exactly 20 years later, on September 3, 2007. The 112-page, approx. 9x11 hardcover book presents the best of Friedmans unparalleled photographic documentation of Fugazis members in almost 200 color and black & white images captured by Friedman onstage and off between 1986 and Fugazis last U.S. concert in 2002.
Biografía del autor
Glen E. Friedman is considered one of the most important photographers of his generation, world-renowned for his prescient documentation of many of recent historys most iconic movements in pop culture. Among other worthy subjects, his lens has captured moments in the birth and evolution of radical skateboarding, hardcore punk, and hip-hop, as Friedman played a firsthand role in their development.Friedman is best known for working with many of the worlds most radical and pioneering bands and musicians, including Fugazi, Black Flag, Ice-T, Dead Kennedys, Minor Threat, Misfits, Bad Brains, Beastie Boys, Run-D.M.C and Public Enemy, as well as Southern Californias original DogTown skateboarders.In 1994, Friedman published F*CK YOU HEROES on his own Burning Flags Press imprint. A collection of his work spanning 1976 to 1991, "Heroes" looks at the pioneering leaders of the skateboarding, punk and hip-hop subcultures that Friedman both appreciated and actively participated in. The books title is a tribute to his subjects' bold, forthright, heroic rejection of reactionary social standards. Friedmans second book, F*CK YOU TOO: The Extras & More Scrap Book, was published in 1996 (and was updated in 2004).Friedmans photos also travel to galleries around the world for exhibitions. Friedmans F*CK YOU ALL exhibition, combining photos from his first two books, brought Friedman's work to major cities around the world beginning in the late 1990s, starting with the Institute of Contemporary Art in London, then traveling to Sydney, Tokyo, Florence, Rome, Milan, Sicily, Berlin, Stockholm, Chicago, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and most recently in Belgium in 2007.In 1998, Friedman published The Idealist: In My Eyes - Twenty Years, a perspective on his own artistic aesthetic. This book was revised in 2003 to include an additional five years of photography and new comments written specifically for the book by a few more subjects who inspired him, including Ralph Nader and Professor Cornel West.In 2000, Friedman co-authored and co-curated the book, DogTown - The Legend Of The Z-Boys, with C.R. Stecyk III. Friedman was also co-producer and creative consultant for the award-winning 2002 feature-length documentary DogTown and Z-Boys, in addition to being one of the films main commentators. The Sundance Film Festivals audience award for Best Documentary is just one of the prestigious honors bestowed upon the film.In 2004, Friedman created the "Liberty Street Protest" at the former World Trade Center site in lower Manhattan. Friedmans provocative anti-war message, comprised of 27 large-scale window banners displayed in an 11-story building adjacent to Ground Zero, received worldwide media coverage.Friedman released his last art book, RECOGNIZE, in 2005.
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