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|Born||1945 (age 77–78)|
|Nationality||American and French|
Michel Auder (born 1945) is a French and American photographer and filmmaker. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
His earliest works are travel logs and endearing portraits of friends including Hannah Wilke, Alice Neel, Annie Sprinkle, Eric Bogosian, Louis Waldon, and Larry Rivers. His work is often in the format of a video diary.
Auder was married to Cindy Sherman from the early 1980s until the late 1990s.
- Keeping Busy, 1969
- Cleopatra, 1970
- The Valerie Solanas Incident, 1971
- Chelsea Girls with Andy Warhol, 1971–1976
- Chronicles: Family Diaries, 1971-1973 (Excerpts)
- Made for Denise, 1978
- Seduction of Patrick, 1979
- Portrait of Alice Neel, 1976–1982
- Chasing the Dragon, 1982
- Flying, 1983
- The Games: Olympic Variations, 1984
- My Last Bag of Heroin (For Real), 1986
- Brooding Angels, Made for R.L., 1988
- Roman Variations, 1991
- Voyage to the Center of the Phone Lines, 1993
- Polaroid Cocaine, 1993
- Louis Waldon, 1994
- The Vanuatu Chronicles, 1998
- T.W.U. Richard Serra, An Unsolicited Video by Michel Auder, 1980–82, re-edit 2002
- Louis Waldon in Chronicles: Los Angeles/Bel-Air (July 1999), 2002
- Chronicles: Columbian Wedding (April 1999), 2002
- Morocco 1972: The Real Chronicles with Viva, 2002
- Chronicles: Van's Last Performance, 1971, edited 2002
- The World Out of My Hands, 2006
- New Mexico Chronicles, 2006
- The Feature (with SeeThink Productions), 2007
- Endless Column, 2011
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- "Michel Auder | Frieze". Frieze.
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- "The collection | Museum Brandhorst". museum-brandhorst.de.
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- "Michel Auder: The Town". Kadist Collection. Retrieved 3 December 2020.
- "Michel Auder: Talking Head". Kadist Collection. Retrieved 3 December 2020.