Leonard Freed 1929-2006

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Photographe américain. Né à Brooklyn - Garrison (New York) à 77 ans. Sa carrière prend son envol au cours du mouvement pour les Droits Civiques, alors qu'il voyage à travers l'Amérique en compagnie de Martin Luther King. Il réalise à partir de ses voyages un ouvrage important "Black In White America". En 1980, il publia son deuxième ouvrage important "Police Work". Membre de l'agence Magnum à partir de 1972 ; publié dans tous les grands magazines du monde. Wiki

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Grand Central Station on New Years Eve 1969 Photo: Leonard Freed Black & White street photography

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© Leonard Freed, 1969, Grand Central at New Years Eve, NYC “We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called opportunity and its first...

by Leonard Freed, Neighbours fight on the stairway of an apartment building, West Germany, Frankfurt, 1961

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"Ultimately photography is about who you are. It's the seeking of truth in relation to yourself": Leonard Freed. Photo taken in Harlem, New York City, 1963 when the fire hydrants are opened during the summer heat (© Leonard Freed / Magnum Photos USA)

Leonard Freed "USA. New York. Harlem" 1963

Tribute to Marc Riboud French press photographer français Marc Riboud born in né 1923 died on August at the age of 93 years old. Invited in 1953 by Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa to join the prestigious Magnum Agency which he was the presiden Marc Riboud, Henri Cartier Bresson, Magnum Photos, Leonard Freed, Willy Ronis, William Klein, Exposition Photo, Stephen Shore, Concours Photo
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Photographer Profile ~ Leonard Freed

Born in Brooklyn, New York, to working-class Jewish parents of Eastern European descent, Leonard Freed first wanted to become a painter. However, he began taking photographs while in the Netherlands in 1953, and discovered that this was where his passion lay. In 1954, after trips through Europe and North Africa, he returned to the United States and studied in Alexei Brodovitch's 'design laboratory'. He moved to Amsterdam in 1958 and photographed the Jewish community there. He pursued this…

 © Leonard Freed/Magnum Photos "One of Leonard's first photographs with photography in mind as an art form .

Leonard Freed. FRANCE. Paris. 1953

Jerusalem 1967 An Armenian-Orthodox Christian priest at David's Tower Gate (by Leonard Freed)

Leonard Freed

Never grow up.

Leonard Freed

Leonard Freed - was a documentary photojournalist and longtime Magnum member. Freed took trips to Europe and North Africa in the early and th

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Leonard Freed (October Brooklyn, New York – November Garrison, New York) was a documentary photojournalist and longtime Magnum member.

Photographer Profile ~ Leonard Freed

Born in Brooklyn, New York, to working-class Jewish parents of Eastern European descent, Leonard Freed first wanted to become a painter. However, he began taking photographs while in the Netherlands in 1953, and discovered that this was where his passion lay. In 1954, after trips through Europe and North Africa, he returned to the United States and studied in Alexei Brodovitch's 'design laboratory'. He moved to Amsterdam in 1958 and photographed the Jewish community there. He pursued this…

Leonard Freed Winter at the Vatican, Rome 1958 “The thing I am trying to get into my photographs is the element of time. Types Of Photography, Free Photography, Winter Photography, Macro Photography, Magnum Photos, Rome Winter, Leonard Freed, Monochrome, Vintage Italy
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kvetchlandia: “ Leonard Freed Winter at the Vatican, Rome 1958 “The thing I am trying to get into my photographs is the element of time.” Leonard Freed ”