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Black trans model Jari Jones fronts Calvin Klein's Pride campaign

Black trans model Jari Jones fronts Calvin Klein's Pride campaign

Ryan McGinley

June 26, 2020

In front of a massive Calvin Klein billboard in Manhattan, Black transgender model, actress and activist Jari Jones popped a bottle of champagne while her own likeness looked down over the city streets. The image of herself she was celebrating is part of Calvin Klein's 2020 Pride campaign #PROUDINMYCALVINS, which features a cast of nine LGBTQ models including Jones, who identifies as a transqueer lesbian.  - Jacqui Palumbo, CNN

Now List 2020

Now List 2020

Collier Schorr On Seeing Freedom Through Photography

June 10, 2020

The photographer discusses the interplay between queerness and androgyny in fashion and her approach to making work during the pandemic. - By Wren Sanders

Collier Schorr - Janelle Monáe: Artist in Residence

Collier Schorr - Janelle Monáe: Artist in Residence

Vanity Fair

May 19, 2020

Her new roles—on Amazon’s Homecoming and in the summer horror movie Antebellum—are perfect for our unsettled moment. The eight-time Grammy nominee, style icon, and Prince protégé speaks from quarantine about fear, fury, and her hope for “a real uprising.” - PHOTOGRAPHY BY COLLIER SCHORR

Ryan McGInley - Grimes Stars in the Cover Story of Vogue Italia May 2020 Issue

Ryan McGInley - Grimes Stars in the Cover Story of Vogue Italia May 2020 Issue

May 6, 2020

Musician Grimes takes the cover story of Vogue Italia‘s May 2020 edition captured by fashion photographer Ryan McGinley. In charge of styling was Patti Wilson, with set design from Peter Klein, and casting direction by Piergiorgio Del Moro and Samuel Ellis at DM Fashion Studio. Beauty is work of hair stylist Chanel Croker, and makeup artist Natasha Severino.

Ryan McGinley - Calvin Klein Has a New Campaign Just For Pride

Ryan McGinley - Calvin Klein Has a New Campaign Just For Pride

Nylon

May 14, 2020

Pride parades may be canceled this year, but that doesn't mean Pride isn't being celebrated elsewhere. On Thursday, Calvin Klein released a new campaign for #PROUDINMYCALVINS, shot by Ryan McGinley and featuring nine campaign stars from the LGBTQ+ community and all over the world.

Roe Ethridge - Artist Spotlight

Roe Ethridge - Artist Spotlight

Gagosian

April 29 - May 5th, 2020

Artist Spotlight: Roe Ethridge features a work directly from his exhibition Old Fruit, his first solo show with the gallery in New York. The work will be unveiled below on Friday, May 1, at 6am edt. For updates, please contact the gallery at collecting@gagosian.com.

Roe Ethridge - 12 Tracks

Roe Ethridge - 12 Tracks

Gagosian Quarterly

April 24, 2020

Shortlist -  In this series we invite artists and writers to tell us about works of art, literature, film, or music that have influenced their work or are at the forefront of their minds today. Roe Ethridge shares the transportive powers of his playlist “Teenage Chemicals in 1985,” a soundtrack that began playing in those formative years and hasn’t stopped since.

Collier Schorr - The Renegades

Collier Schorr - The Renegades

T Magazine

April 13, 2020

Queer culture and the arts would be much poorer
without the presence and contribution of butch
and stud lesbians, whose identity is both its own
aesthetic and a defiant repudiation of the male gaze.

By Kerry Manders

Roe Ethridge - A Brief History of Sweetness in America

Roe Ethridge - A Brief History of Sweetness in America

Frieze Magazine

March 19, 2020

Poet Tan Lin recalls growing up in Athens, Ohio, with his sister, the artist Maya Lin – with specially commissioned photography by Roe Ethridge

Ryan McGinley Explores Trademark Nude Genres At Marlborough

Ryan McGinley Explores Trademark Nude Genres At Marlborough

March 21 - April 25, 2020

Pretty Free is a new solo exhibition by the American photographer Ryan McGinley. The show at Marlborough in London comprises work from several years, but with a particular emphasis on works from 2020.

Roe Ethridge "Old Fruit" at Gagosian NYC

Roe Ethridge "Old Fruit" at Gagosian NYC

February 26 - April 18 2020

It’s more about harmony and disharmony than making meaning or illustrating a thesis. It’s synesthesia. It’s a feeling. It’s a sound. It’s a vibration. 
—Roe Ethridge

Gagosian is pleased to present Old Fruit, an exhibition of photographs by Roe Ethridge spanning the past twenty years. This is his first solo exhibition with the gallery in New York, following exhibitions in Beverly Hills, Hong Kong, and San Francisco.

Frank Ocean and a bunch of cute rats star in this new campaign

Frank Ocean and a bunch of cute rats star in this new campaign

Fresh from making his debut as a Prada poster boy, Frank Ocean has been revealed as one of the faces of Marc Jacobs’ latest collab.

January 21, 2020

In celebration of the Lunar New Year and the Chinese Year of the Rat, the designer has joined forces with Miami and New York-based brand Stray Rats on a collection made up of hoodies, t-shirts, and grunge-y striped wool sweaters featuring motifs and details inspired by the cute – or terrifying, depending on your disposition – four-legged critters, as well as Stray Rats’ signature graphics. 

Bright Young Things: Meet the Rising Stars of 2020 | Vogue

Bright Young Things: Meet the Rising Stars of 2020 | Vogue

January 14, 2020

The rising stars of 2020 may be decked out in the sepia-tinged tones and free-spirited fabrics of the 1970s—but they’re ready for the future.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY RYAN MCGINLEY

EDITED BY TONNE GOODMAN

A Radical Restaging of "West Side Story"

A Radical Restaging of "West Side Story"

The New Yorker

January 6, 2020

When “West Side Story” débuted, in 1957, critics praised its lush, syncopated score, by Leonard Bernstein; its sardonic lyrics, by Stephen Sondheim; and the profane energy of Arthur Laurents’s script. But the choreography of Jerome Robbins, who also directed the musical, was its greatest revelation: his finger-snapping gang members seamlessly combined ballet moves with the body language of the street. In the subsequent six decades, some critics have suggested that the show’s portrayal of gang warfare was a bit romantic. Others have noted that the creators weren’t versed in Latino culture. Nevertheless, whenever “West Side Story” was revived on Broadway, the Sharks and the Jets moved exactly as Robbins had imagined them.

Inaugural Heinie Onstad Triennial Will Launch in February

Inaugural Heinie Onstad Triennial Will Launch in February

January 6, 2020

Next month, the Henie Onstad Art Center in Norway will hold its first triennial for photography and new media. The exhibition will feature new work by thirty-one international artists and will fill the entire ground floor of the museum. Titled “New Visions”—a reference to László Moholy-Nagy’s theory that photography can capture the world in a manner in which the human eye cannot—the show will run from February 20 to May 16.

Collier Schorr Explores Evidence Versus Intimacy in Paul's Book

Collier Schorr Explores Evidence Versus Intimacy in Paul's Book

Interview Magazine

11/29/2019

For two years, photographer Collier Schorr visited the artist and model Paul Hameline at his parents’ house in Paris while in town for business. The two would rendezvous to catch up and take pictures, free of any professional motivations. This ritual evolved into Paul’s Book, a collection of Schorr’s photographs of Hameline, interspersed with fragments of text that result in a visual diary of sorts, documenting an ongoing conversation between the two artists across time.

The Best New Yorker Photography of 2019

The Best New Yorker Photography of 2019

The New Yorker

December 15, 2019

Ryan McGinley spent an afternoon in Iggy Pop’s back yard just outside Miami to capture a portrait of the singer (and his sinewy torso) against lush greenery.

Roe Ethridge Explores the Meaning of "Sanctuary" at Andrew Kreps Gallery

Roe Ethridge Explores the Meaning of "Sanctuary" at Andrew Kreps Gallery

Sept 6, 2019

In his ninth exhibition with Andrew Kreps Gallery titled “Sanctuary 2,” postmodernist photographer Roe Ethridge will investigate the concept of “sanctuary” and its political and personal definitions. Throughout the exhibition, Ethridge maintains a similar nostalgic style to which he is known for, exploring the consumerist nature of photography and making very real subjects and scenes feel contrived and otherworldly. Most notably, the artist’s new photograph Oslo Grace at Willets Point (pictured above) makes it appear as though the subject is copied and pasted in front of the very disconnected backdrop of Citi Field.

Geography of Human Limits

Geography of Human Limits

Another Man Magazine

A/W 2019

Photography Daniel Shea, Styling Robbie Spencer

Collier Schorr Learns How to Dance

Collier Schorr Learns How to Dance

Frieze Magazine

September 2019

In a special photo essay, the artist places her body ‘in the line of danger, admiration, rejection, description’

 

Harry Styles on the Cover of Rolling Stone by Ryan McGinley

Harry Styles on the Cover of Rolling Stone by Ryan McGinley

Rolling Stone

August, 2019

Harry Styles made his mark as a solo artist over two years ago with his rootsy, rock-leaning self-titled debut album. After nearly a year of touring theaters, then arenas, and a few deserved months off, he holed up in Malibu for six weeks to record his sophomore LP at Rick Rubin’s Shangri-La studios with producers Jeff Bhasker and Tyler Johnson as well as friends and collaborators like guitarist Mitch Rowland, drummer Sarah Jones and Kid Harpoon (a.k.a. Tom Hull). In Styles’ own words, his new album is “all about having sex and feeling sad.”

Mabel, Betty, & Bette at The Dallas Contemporary Museum

Mabel, Betty, & Bette at The Dallas Contemporary Museum

April, 2019

Practicing for over 25 years as a photographer and filmmaker, Yelena Yemchuk—who is an active and key photographer for such magazines as Vogue and Elle—incorporates her work in the fashion industry with a studio art practice focused on identity issues. This exhibition will take-over the architecture of the museum’s narrow gallery space with large-scale photographs. Additionally, a new short film Yemchuk completed in November 2018 will premiere at Dallas Contemporary in April 2019. The project will later travel to institutions in New York and Odessa, Ukraine.

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