ALEX FRADKIN, Base End Station #1, Fort Funston, 2001/09; from Bunkers: Ruins of War in a New American Landscape; 11 x 14 in., c-print. Edition of 15.
A native of California now residing in New York City, Alex Fradkin began his photography career in 1996, originally having studied and practiced as an architect. In 2010 Fradkin was awarded the Aaron Siskind Foundation Award for his twelve-year project: Bunkers: Ruins of War in a New American Landscape. Fradkin’s photographs have been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums, in solo and group shows. His photographs have been acquired by private, public and corporate collections, including the Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Photography, the Museum of the City of New York, the Portland Art Museum, and the Comer Foundation.