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Book + Poster Sale

Book + Poster Sale

December 16 - December 17, 2022

Arthur Elgort Talks Fashion, Gigi Hadid, Kate Moss and New Show

Arthur Elgort Talks Fashion, Gigi Hadid, Kate Moss and New Show

In a career that spans decades, the New York-based creative recapped some of the highlights.

Rosemary Feitelberg for WWD, December 9, 2022

David LaChapelle’s Marvelous Make-Believe World Takes over Fotografiska

David LaChapelle’s Marvelous Make-Believe World Takes over Fotografiska

The Manhattan branch of the Stockholm photography museum has devoted its entire space to the artist's high-gloss, high-impact — and surprisingly political — works.

Meredith Mendelsohn for 1stDibs, December 4, 2022

She Lived a Secret Life for Decades. Now, the Entrancing Psychedelic Art of Kali Is Finally Finding Its Audience

She Lived a Secret Life for Decades. Now, the Entrancing Psychedelic Art of Kali Is Finally Finding Its Audience

The extraordinary true story of a visionary artist.

William Van Meter for Artnet News, October 13, 2022

Denis Piel: Down to Earth

Denis Piel: Down to Earth

October 7, 2022 - November 20, 2022

Democratizing Fashion Photographer Txema Yeste’s Dreamscapes, With AI

Democratizing Fashion Photographer Txema Yeste’s Dreamscapes, With AI

Fashion photographer Txema Yeste is a master of the dreamscape.

DSCENE, September 15, 2022

Sophie Elgort X ADEAM

Sophie Elgort X ADEAM

770 Madison Avenue

Blue Carreon for Forbes, June 27, 2022

 

 

Hampton Sides: Kurt Markus, 1947-2022

Hampton Sides: Kurt Markus, 1947-2022

Photo by Jewel

6/15/22

Kurt Markus, an internationally acclaimed fine art photographer known for his black-and-white portraits, magazine and fashion work, and luminous landscapes, died in Santa Fe on June 12, after a battle with Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body disease. He was 75 years old.

The New York Times: Patrick Demarchelier, Fashion Photographer, Dies at 78

The New York Times: Patrick Demarchelier, Fashion Photographer, Dies at 78

Vanessa Friedman for New York Times, March 31, 2022

He was famous for his portraits of supermodels and his close relationship with Princess Diana. His images are part of the fashion canon.

After life: the things she left behind

After life: the things she left behind

After her mother’s death last winter, the photographer Pamela Hanson was compelled to capture the now empty family home. The resulting essay is a tender portrait of a parent and an exercise in how to process grief.

Fiona Golfar for The Financial Times, March 25, 2022

AIRMAIL: Bert Stern: Marilyn Monroe—The Last Sitting, 1962

AIRMAIL: Bert Stern: Marilyn Monroe—The Last Sitting, 1962

March 16, 2022

The American photographer Bert Stern worked for Vogue in 1962, and written into his contract was a 10-page photo essay on a subject of his choice. Stern chose America’s blonde bombshell, Marilyn Monroe, and for a shoot in June asked her to the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles. The photographs are still provocative today.

THE EYE OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Bert Stern: Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting 1962

THE EYE OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Bert Stern: Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting 1962

February 10, 2022

The legendary photographs of Marilyn Monroe from Bert Stern’s “The Last Sitting” are the subject of this exhibition at Staley-Wise Gallery. Indeed, very few photo shoots are legendary, one above all the others checks all the boxes : Marilyn Monroe and Bert Stern at the Bel Air Hotel for VOGUE in 1962.

Priscilla Rattazzi: Hoodooland

Priscilla Rattazzi: Hoodooland

Priscilla Rattazzi spoke about her career in photography and what inspired her most recent body of work at the Society of The Four Arts in Palm Beach, Florida on January 27, 2022.

 

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