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ANTHONY FRIEDKIN

A native of Los Angeles, Anthony Friedkin began photographing as a child. He started working in the darkroom at age eleven, processing and printing his own images. Since that time, which was in the early 1960’s, he has accomplished a significant body of work. His photographs are incorporated in major Museum collections: New York’s Museum of Modern Art, The J. Paul Getty Museum and others. He is represented in various private collections as well. His pictures have been published in Japan, Russia, Europe, and many Fine Art magazines in America. Friedkin uses his camera as a means of personal discovery. His full frame black & white photographs explore the many mysteries of moments in time. He creates his own distinctive exhibition prints in his darkroom. He says of his work, “I believe in extraordinary photographs that draw you in and cannot be easily defined-celebrating perception and its many hidden layers of reality.”