The author tries to interpret the 'oeuvre' of respected American photographer Lee Friedlander. Friedlander's photos are difficult to interpret - his art is placed within such diverse traditions as 'street photography' or 'pop art'. Parmigianino's 16th century 'Self-portrait in a Convex Mirror' is perhaps the most interesting interpretative context.
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