Edmund Teske took up his first fellowship in photography under the guidance of architect Frank Lloyd Wright and later taught at the New Bauhaus Institute of Design in Chicago, alongside Laszls Moholy Nagy, then moving to New York, where he worked as an assistant to Berenice Abbott. In the mid-1940s, Teske relocated to Los Angeles, where he initially worked at Paramount Pictures in the photographic still department.
The Doors/Jim Morrison
Jim Morrison And Pamela Courson, Bronson Caves, Hollywood, California, 1969 [printed later]
Limited Edition photograph, archival ink jet print, with Edmund Teske Archives ink-stamp credit to reverse of mount
12x15½in. (30.5x39.4cm.); accompanied by a document concerning the provenance (2)