What I See: The Black Flag Photographs of Glen E. Friedman
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About the Author
Glen E. Friedman, one of the most important photographers of his generation, is known for his influential and iconic images of rebellious artists from classic skateboarding, punk, and hip-hop cultures. As a true artist his process was much more incendiary than it was documentary. Friedman, first published at the age of fourteen, has produced over one hundred record covers, countless magazine pages, and almost a dozen books, including DogTown: The Legend of the Z-Boys, Keep Your Eyes Open, The Idealist, Recognize, My Rules, and Together Forever: The Run-DMC and Beastie Boys Photographs. His work is now included in a number of notable international collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian Institution.
A truly memorable and thought-provoking compendium.-- "Midwest Book Review"
This gorgeous book collects [Friedman's] photographs chronologically, while capturing the full intensity, drama, and ethos of the group . . . For those of us who were too young to be there, this is the next best thing. These still images come to life with every turn of the page, so put on Damaged and dig in.-- "Big Takeover"
This is an excellent hardcover art book that preserves the savage work of Friedman, Black Flag, and Raymond Pettibon.-- "Punk Globe"