"Gas Stop, the Culture, Landscape and Architecture of the American Gas Station, 1978-1981"
His talk at Haverford College is based on his research and current photographic publication by Steidl, Gas Stop, which explores a once commonplace site in the American landscape that has nearly disappeared: the traditional gas station. Read more...
The following website link provides additional information about the book and its author. https://steidl.de/Books/Gas-Stop-0317385059.html
Sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts in conjunction with the Distinguished Visitors Program
Freund earned an MFA from the Visual Studies Workshop. Currently he is Professor Emeritus of Photography at Ramapo College of New Jersey, where he chaired its Visual Arts Department for twenty years. He also taught at Pratt Institute and was a Dayton-Hudson Distinguished Visiting Professor at Carleton College.