Brian Eno, 1981 by Deborah Feingold


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In 1981, Deborah Feingold took this photo of Brian Eno on a tar rooftop in New York City. Feingold’s portraits often reflect the music of the artists she captures, and this photo of Eno, who is credited as the founder of ambient music, is no exception. ⁠

According to the photographer, “[Eno] had no problem just leaning on the wall like that. I don’t remember, I could have asked him to do that—I could or I couldn’t have. But either way the photo makes sense. It all makes sense for the type of artist he was and for the way I liked to work.”⁠

11" x 14" edition of 50

16" x 20" edition of 20

20" x 24" edition of 20

30" x 40" edition of 20

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