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Edmund Teske (b. 1911 Chicago, d. 1996 Los Angeles) was an American photographer noted for his experimental techniques and work with the architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Teske taught at the New Bauhaus Institute of Design in Chicago alongside László Moholy-Nagy. In the late 1940s, he moved to Los Angeles and worked in the photographic still department at Paramount Pictures. There he exhibited his experimental work, which included duo-tone solarisation and collage techniques.
He was given a posthumous retrospective at the J. Paul Getty Museum in 2004.
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