Actor Norman Reedus's Top Postwar & Contemporary Photographs

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Even before Norman Reedus became known as an actor, starring in The Walking Dead and Boondock Saints, he found a means of expressing himself: photography. What began in junior high and high school photography classes soon developed into a more serious occupation when Reedus moved to Los Angeles in his early twenties and put on art shows with friends from Otis College of Art and Design. Now, photography is a passion Reedus pursues as he travels the world. Many of his fascinating images – at once intriguing, unsettling and playful – can be seen in his debut book The Sun's Coming Up… Like A Big Bald Head (Authorscape Inc.), and two of Reedus’s works will be offered in Sotheby’s 28 September Postwar and Contemporary Photographs auction. We spoke with Reedus about his favorite works in the sale. –ALEXANDRA OWENS

Postwar and Contemporary Photographs
28 September | New York

PHOTO: STUART S. SHAPIRO

Actor Norman Reedus's Top Postwar & Contemporary Photographs

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