Ellen Friedlander (b. 1958 in NY) is a fine art and documentary photographer who uses ideas of memory, displacement, and photographic truths to reveal the unpredictable, idiosyncratic, inscrutable nature of the human condition and make the unseen visible.
Friedlander has exhibited internationally and most recently was featured in Lenscratch, The Hand Magazine, The Candid Frame: Episode #499, as well having her work as the cover photograph for APA-LA OFF THE CLOCK. She lived in Hong Kong for fifteen years prior to settling in Los Angeles in 2018. Her current and updomong exhibitions include The CAMP Modern: The Fragmented Frame (Miami, FL), The Year of Not Knowing (Los Angeles Center of Photography), The Photographer’s Eye Gallery (Escondido, CA).
Her works feature in prestigious private collections in the USA.