Ryan McGinley lives and works in New York.

New Jersey native Ryan McGinley began documenting his friends and Lower East Side subculture in New York City when he was a teenager. The fine art community took notice of his work when he printed a fifty-page, inkjet book entitled The Kids Are Alright in 1999. His large-format color photographs soon graced the walls of the Whitney Museum of American Art, where he was the youngest person ever, at the age of 25, to be given a solo exhibition.

McGinley’s work has since appeared in prestigious publications such as the New York Times Magazine, Vogue and W, allowing him to broaden his subject-matter to include Olympic athletes, artists, actors and other visionaries, not to mention super models. A subsequent exhibition at P.S.1/MoMA established him as one of America’s preeminent young photographers. His newest photographs, shot in both natural and studio settings focus on subjects interacting spontaneously in joyous rebellion, and are a testament to his ever-evolving aesthetic and maturity as an artist. His artwork is represented by Team Gallery, New York, Ratio 3 Gallery, San Francisco and Galerie Perrotin, Paris.



Christian Dior Fragrances - Calvin Klein Fragrances - Balenciaga - Bottega Veneta - Stella McCartney - Missoni - Levi's - Pringle of Scotland - Theory - Adidas - Puma - Nike



Gold Medal: Society of Publication Designers, Ryan McGinley for The New York Times Magazine. May 30, 2010, "M.I.A. Takes to the Streets"

Lion d’Or Prize, Cannes Lion International Advertising Festival. June 2009

Time Magazine “Innovator’s” special issue. July 2008

Guggenheim Museum, honored artist of the year Young Collectors Ball 2007

International Center of Photography, ICP Infinity award Best Young Photographer 2007

“Most Important Photographer in America”, American Photo Magazine, 2003


W Magazine - French Vogue - British Vogue - Dazed & Confused - T Magazine - New York Times - Porter - Interview - V - i.D - Vice - POP


2015 Nudes and Nature collide, Dazed;

2015 i-D;

2013 The New York Times;

2012 Heavenly Creatures, Bullet;

2010 The New York Times;

2008 10 Men;

2008 Ryan McGinley, Around Photography International ;

2008 Interviews 2 Kunsthalle Wien;

2008 Kultur Spiegel ;

2008 San Francisco Bay Guardian;

2008 The Believer ;

2008 Time Magazine;

2008 Teenage Clicks, Wallpaper;

2008 i-D;

2007 Nudie Picks, New York;

2007 A young man with an eye, New York Times;

2007 UOVO;

2006 i-D;


"Winter", Team Gallery, Los Angeles, November 2015

"Fall" Team Gallery, New York, November 2015

"Ryan McGinley Photographs 1999-2015", Kunsthal Kade, Amsterdam, 2015

« Yearbook », Team Gallery - September/October 2014

« Magic Magnifier », Daelim Museul, Seoul Korea, 2013

Tomio Koyama Gallery 2012 Tokyo, Japan, Reach Out, I’m Right Here

Tomio Koyama Gallery 2012 Tokyo, Japan, Animals

Team Gallery 2012 New York, NY, Animals

Team Gallery 2012 New York, NY, Grids

Alison Jacques Gallery 2011 London, England, Wandering Comma

Galerie Gabriel Rolt 2011 Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Somewhere Place

Team Gallery 2010 New York, NY

Alison Jacques Gallery 2009 London, UK

Ratio Three Gallery 2008 San Francisco

Team Gallery 2008 New York, NY

F.O.A.M Museum 2007 Amsterdam

Guggenheim Museum 2007 New York, NY

Team Gallery 2007 New York, NY

Frieze Art Fair 2006 (Forthcoming, under the auspices of Team Gallery) London, UK

Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla u Leon 2005 “Laboratorio 987: Entre Nosotros” Leon, Spain

Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie 2005 Arles, France

P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center 2004 “New Photographs” New York, NY

Whitney Museum of American Art 2002 “The Kids Are Alright” New York, NY


Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

American, born 1969. Studied photography at the Atlanta College of Art. Lives and works in New York.

A sequence has to sing. It’s not just something to decode and find the true meaning of. I have to feel its harmonies and disharmonies. It’s like a son.

— Roe Ethridge

Mr Roe Ethridge is a leading figure in conceptual photography today. In his photographs, he uses the real to suggest—or disrupt—the ideal. Through commercial images of fashion models, products, and advertisements, as well as intimate moments from his own daily life, he reveals the fine line between the generic and the personal, merging art-historical genres such as the still life or portrait with the increasingly pervasive image culture of the present. Ethridge has been commissioned by clients such as Calvin Klein, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton and his work has been shown extensively in the United States and internationally.  He has been included in the New Photography show at the MoMA, 2010 and short-listed for the Deutsche-Boerse Prize for Photography.  He was included in the Whitney Biennial in 2008, and had a major retrospective at Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati in 2016.

Drawing upon the descriptive power of photography and the ease with which it can be accessed, duplicated, and recombined, the artist orchestrates visual fugues …The pictures acquire their meaning from the salient way in which they have been shuffled, sequenced, and laid out in nonlinear narrative structures. Combining and recombining already recontextualized images, Ethridge at once subverts the photographs’ original roles and renews their signifying possibilities.

— Museum of Modern Art, New York

As technically adept as a commercial photographer yet as thoughtful as a Conceptualist about photography’s role and meaning in the modern world, Ethridge believes the ubiquity of the photograph, the instantaneity of its transmission and reception in this age of increasing “ecstatic communication” is to be embraced rather than mourned. In his work there appears no cause and no ending, no discrimination between editorial and art, between document and construct, between technology and affect.



Chanel - Balenciaga - Louis Vuitton - Hermes - Céline - Proenza Schouler - Kenzo - Harry Winston



W Magazine - Vogue Italy - Dazed & Confused - Vogue Japan - Double Magazine - The Gentlewoman - i.D - Self Service - M le Monde


2015 "Cover" Art in America, May 2015 ;

2015 Roe Ethridge Photographs Whitney Museum for Art in America May 2015 ;

2014 Roe Ethridge: Sacrifice Your Body January 23, 2014;


2014 « Sacrifice Your Body » Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York

2014 « Sacrifice Your Body », Capitain Petzel, Berlin Germany

2013 Sacrifice Your Body, Capitain Petzel, Berlin, Germany; Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2013 Roe Ethridge, Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA

2013 A Moveable Feast – Part 1, Campoli Presti, Paris, France

2013 The Money, Harper’s Books, East Hampton, NY

2012 Studio Street, Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland

2012 Interiors, Gladstone Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

2012 Roe Ethridge, curated by Anne Pontégnie, Dijon, France, tour: Museum Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

2012 Roe Ethridge – Selected Works, Charles Riva Collection, Brussels, Belgium

2011 Le Luxe II, Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2011 Le Luxe, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2011 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, exhibition and nomination, The Photographer’s Gallery, London, England

2011 Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York; Les Recontres d’Arles, Garage, Moscow Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles

2010 Greengrassi, London, England; Les Recontres d’Arles, Arles France

2009 Sunset Studio, Gladstone Gallery, Brussels, Belgium Farewell Horse, Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2008 Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY Roe Ethridge, Sutton Lane, Paris, France

2007 Mai 36 Galerie, Zürich, Switzerland; Medium, St. Barthélemy Greengrasssi, London England

2006 Apple and Cigarettes, Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA

2005 County Line Plus Town and Country, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY; County Line, Green Grassi Gallery, London

2004 Art Basel Statement, Art Basel 34, Switzerland; Roe Ethridge, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2003 Roe Ethridge, Greengrassi Gallery, London

2002 The Bow, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2000 Young Pines, Model Portraits, UPS Drivers, Ambulance Accident, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY; Robert Pearre Gallery, Tucson AZ

1999 Floral Arrangements & Neutral Territory, Galerie Oliver Schweden, Munich, Germany; Neutral Territory, Vankin Schwartz Gallery, Atlanta, GA; Neutral Territory, Anna Kustera Gallery, New York, NY

1998 Hidden Branches, Anna Kustera Gallery, New York, NY

1997 Floral Arrangements, Scalo Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland


« The Body Issue », Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2014

« Out of Memory », Marianne Boesky, New York 2013

2013 Emerge Selections 2013, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

2013 Lyon Biennial, Lyon, France

2012 Real to Real: Photographs from the Traina Collection, de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA

2012 The Ceremony and The Spirit, Roe Ethridge and Zin Taylor, La Loge, Brussels, Belgium

2012 Skyscrapers: Art and Architecture Against Gravity, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

2012 More American Photographs, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Denver CO

2011 The Anxiety of Photography, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO

2011 Les Recontres d’Arles Photography Show and Prize, tour: Arles, France; Garage, Moscow, Russia

2011 CLAP, Hessel Museum of Art, Hudson, NY

2010 Museum of Modern Art, New York

2008 Whitney Biennial, New York, NY

2007 Artist in and Out of Colonge, Henry Art Gallery, Faye G. Allen Center for the Visual Arts, Seattle, WA (with Gareth James)

2005 Momentum 4 : Roe Ethridge, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

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John Edmonds (b. 1989) is an American artist and photographer who first came to public recognition with his intimate portraits of lovers, close friends and strangers. He earned his MFA in Photography from Yale University and his BFA at the Corcoran School of Arts & Design. His work explores themes of identity, community and desire. Noted for his highly formalist photographs in which he focuses on the performative gestures and self-fashioning of young black men on the streets of America, his work is in numerous public and private collections, including the Art Gallery of Ontario, The Columbus Museum of Art, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, SFMoMA, and the Brooklyn Museum. In 2018, TIME Magazine listed his debut monograph, Higher, as one of the top 25 Photobooks of the year. Recent exhibitions include Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall at the Brooklyn Museum, Studio Photography at Simon Lee Gallery, God Made My Face: A Collective Portrait of James Baldwin at David Zwirner and Family Pictures at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Residencies include: the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME; Light Work, Syracuse, NY; and the Banff Centre, Banff, AB. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York and is on faculty at Yale University and the School of Visual Arts, NY. In 2019, he was included in the 79th Whitney Biennial. Edmonds is represented by Company Gallery.


Jason Nocito’s New York City 90’s roots, working as a darkroom printer by day and playing in bands at night, are evident in his work. The street lifestyle images he created of his friends during this time revealed their beauty and anxieties, dark and funny, restless and generous. His relentless experimentation from in-camera to post production, large format to iPhone, captured across the publication of his 25 book projects, is done without losing sight of his core interest in showcasing the charms of humanity. All this combines to make Jason one of the most exciting, bleeding edge image makers of our time and a valuable long-term resource for the biggest brands in the world.

“In modern image making, there’s no frame … you can do whatever you want to it. The borders are infinite.”

Jason Nocito


Alex Prager lives and works in New York, Los Angeles and London

Prager creates images of things that never happened, a world that never was, but at the same time is very familiar – we have been here before. Prager is among four photographers to be featured in “New Photography 2010”, opening in New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Taking aesthetic cues from film, fashion photography, and the world of pulp fiction, Prager constructs darkly playful cinematic moments, charged with melodramatic glamour. Her heroines are timeless women on the verge. “The construction of the images is intentionally loaded” says MoMA curator Roxana Marcoci. “It reminds me of silent movies – there is something pregnant, about to happen, a mix of desire and angst.”

Her most recent solo show entitled “Week-end” opened in Los Angeles, New York, London and Japan in 2010



Hermes - Dior - Bottega Veneta - Missoni - Mercedes Benz



2012 Emmy Award (For News and Documentary) – “New Approaches to News & Documentary

2012 Programming: Arts, Lifestyle & Culture” for Touch of Evil (New York Times Magazine)

2012 Foam Paul Huf Award, Foam Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2010 PDN’s 30, New and Emerging Photographers to Watch

2009 Vevey International Photography Award

2009 Lucie Award

2006 London Photographic Award


Contributes to American Vogue, W magazine, New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker

“Silver Lake Drive,” Chronicle Books, San Francisco, CA 2017

“La Grand Sortie,” Lehmann Maupin 2016

“Face in the Crowd,” Corcoran Gallery of Art 2013

“Compulsion,” M+B Gallery 2012

“The Big Valley/Week-End,” M+B Gallery and Yancey Richardson Gallery 2010

“Polyester,” Self Published 2007

Helnwein, Mercedes. “The Book of Disquiet: Seven Deadly Sins,” Devil’s Porchlight Press 2005


2015 Behind the Scenes: La Grande Sortie at Paris Opera Ballet, W Magazine;

2015 How Stage Fright Separates the Professional Ballerinas from the Amateurs, Vanity Fair;

2015 Alex Prager, Galerie des Galeries, Paris, Aesthetica Magazine;

2015 TECHNICOLOR FLASHBACKS: Interview with Alex Prager, Art Asia Pacific;

2015 Exhibition: Alex Prager's crowd photos a personal GPS, South China Morning Post;

2015 Alex Prager, Lehmann Maupin, March 12–May 16, Artnet;

2015 Art Talk: Qu Guangci on Alex Prager, Hong Kong Tatler;

2014 Alex Prager: Crowd Control, Nowness;

2014 ART BASEL, Basel, Art Agenda;

2014 March 2014 Alex Prager, Art Forum;

2014 Alex Prager, "Face in the Crowd", Time Out;

2014 ‘Alex Prager: Face in the Crowd’ at Lehmann Maupin, The Observer;

2014 For Alex Prager, It’s Lonely in a Crowd, T Magazine;

2014 Alex Prager: Not Another face in the Crowd,Opening Ceremony;

2014 Alex Prager, Crowdsourced ,Interview Magazine;

2013 Alex Prager Photographs The Dark Underbelly Of Crowds, Huffington Post;

2013 See: Alex Prager’s Lonely, Haunting Face in the Crowd, New York Magazine;

2013 Staging Reality: Alex Prager’s Timeless Faces in the Crowd ,Time Magazine;

2013 50 under 50: The next most collectible Artists, Art + Auction;

2012 reFramed: In conversation with Alex Prager ,Los Angeles Times;

2012 Can’t Look Away Photographer Alex Prager’s high-intensity L.A. melodrama, New York Magazine;

2012 April 7: L.A. Noir, W Magazine;

2010 Out With The Old And In With The Old-Inspired: Fresh Photos At MoMA, NPR;


“Play the Wind”, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York, NY 2019

“Welcome Home”, Fotografiska, Stockholm, Sweden 2019

“Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive”, Fondazione Sozzani Museum, Milan, Italy 2019

“Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive”, Foam Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands 2019

“Alex Prager: Compulsion”, Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow 2019

“Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive”, Musée des Beaux-Arts Le Locle, Switzerland 2018

“Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive”, The Photographers’ Gallery, London Lehmann Maupin Gallery, Hong Kong 2018

Des Moines Art Center, Iowa 2017

"La Grande Sortie", Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY 2016

Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis 2015

Galerie des Galeries, Paris 2015

Lehmann Maupin Gallery, Hong Kong 2015

Istanbul '74, Istanbul 2015

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia 2014

The Arts Club, London, 2014

« Face in the Crowd », M+B Gallery, Los Angeles 2014

« Face in the Crowd », Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York 2014

« Face in the Crowd », Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC 2013

« Mise-en-scène », SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GA 2013

2012 FOAM Paul Huf Award 2012, FOAM, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; “Compulsion,” Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York; “Compulsion,” Michael Hoppen Gallery, London; “Compulsion,” M+B Gallery, Los Angeles

2010 "Week-end", Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, England, M+B Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, NY

2009 "The Big Valley", Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, NY

2008 "The Big Valley", Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, England

2007 "Polyester", Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA


Telling Tales: Contemporary Narrative Photography, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas 2015

Open Rhapsody, Beirut Exhibition Center, Lebanon 2015

« Not Really », Castle Gallery, The College of New Rochelle, New York 2015

« The Noir Effect », Skirball with Festival Images, Vevey, Switzerland 2014

Quai No.1 in conjunction with Festival Images, Vevey, Switzerland 2014

« The Noir Effect », Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles

« Total Art : Contemporary Video », The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C 2014

« Color ! American Photography Transformed », Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth 2013

« At the Window : The photographer’s View », The J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center, Los Angeles

2012 “Portrait of a Generation,” The Hole Gallery, New York, NY; “Twisted Sisters,” DODGE Gallery, New York, NY; “State of the Art – New Contemporary Photography,” NRW – Forum, Düsseldorf

2011 “No fashion, please: Photography between Gender and Lifestyle,” Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna; “I’m Not Here,” Drake Hotel, Toronto, Canada; “Eve,” Subliminal Projects Gallery, Los Angeles, California; “Intermission,” James Cohan Gallery Shanghai, China; “Embarrassment of Riches: Picturing Global Wealth, 2000-­‐2010,” Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas; “People, Places, Power: Reframing the American Landscape”, Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina

2010 "New Photography 2010", Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

2009 "Colour", Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, England, "True Self", Jonathan Levine Gallery, New York, NY

2008 "Young Curators, New Ideas", Bond Street Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, "WeAreTheSuperlativeConspiracy", Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, "The Good Life", Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, NY, Photographic Centre Northwest ion Seattle, WA, "Incognito", Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA

2007 "Untitled", Benjaman Fink & Alex Prager, Sarah Tecchia Gallery, New York, NY, "Photo Miami", Miami FL, "Safe + Sound", London Institute of Fashion, London

2006 "Dolls to the Walls", Project Gallery, Los Angeles, "Queen of the Night, Women under the Influence", Berman/Turner Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2005 "The Book of Disquiet", Downtown Independent Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, A True Show", White Charms Gallery, Los Angeles, "Admire the View", ArtShare Gallery, Los Angeles


Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York

The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York

Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland

Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden

Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland, Australia


Face in the Crowd, Despair, La Petite Mort, SOLUNA Festival, Dallas, TX 2015

Sunday, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami FL; Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA 2014

Face in the Crowd, New Directors/New Films, Museum of Modern Art and Film Society of Lincoln Center, New York, NY; Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Basel, Switzerland; Hollyshorts Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA; Seattle International Film Festival Black Box, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA; AMFEST, Moscow, Russia; Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA 2014

La Petite Mort, Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA

Despair, LA Film Festival, CA 2013

La Petite Mort, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, NY; Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, United Kingdom; M+B Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2012

Despair, Hollyshorts Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA 2010

Marilyn Minter was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, and lives and works in New York. She received a bachelor’s degree in fine art from the University of Florida in 1970 and a master’s in fine art from Syracuse University in 1972. She had a solo show at SF MoMA in 2005, and was featured in the 2006 Whitney Biennial. Recent solo shows include Salon 94, New York, Creative Time, New York and Gavlak Projects, Palm Beach. She is currently featured in a 2 person show titled SWEAT with Mika Rottenberg at the Laurent Godin gallery in Paris. She created the first centerfold ever featured in Parkett last summer for her Parkett Collaboration. She will present her large scale photos and paintings of Pamela Anderson at Andrehn at Schiptjenko gallery in the fall.

Her first monography was published by Gregory R Miller, New York, in 2006.

Minter has, for the past 20 years, explored what she calls the “pathology of glamour,” or the painstaking everyday un- and re- doing of women’s physical appearance and their strive for perfection. Taking on the clichés of fashion photography she adds a dose of reality to them. Closing in tight on her subjects, whether it is a shoe, an eye or a baby, she subverts the glamour of desire. The images Minter generates always stand on the border of photorealism and abstraction: pointing her camera on details, she continually shoots her photographs at the moment before the image breaks out of focus.



Tom Ford - Jimmy Choo - Mac Cosmetics - Khiel's - Erickson Beamon Diamonds - Cadbury



Tiffany Award, 2006

Guggenheim Fellowship, 1998

New York Foundation for the Arts, Visual Arts Grant, 1992

National Endowment for the Arts, Artist's Fellowship Grant, 1989

New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist's Grant, 1988


Allure - POP - V Magazine - Purple - New York Times Magazine - Parkett - Interview - Visionaire


2015 “Brush And Palette: Marilyn Minter’s Erotic ‘Pretty/Dirty’” by Kate Rogers DU CLARION ;

2015 “Marilyn Minter Is The Windowlicker Of Representation” by Paddy Johnson ART F CITY ;

2015 “Review: Don’t Miss Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty At MCA Denver” by Michael Paglia ;

2015 “MCA: Marilyn Minter’s Beastly Take On Our Beautiful World” by Ray Mark Rinaldi THE DENVER POST ;

2015 “Marilyn Minter And Betty Tompkins On Censorship, Art, And Being Embraced By Millennials” by Kate Messinger THE CREATORS PROJECT ;

2015 “Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty” by Parul Sehgal THE NEW YORK TIMES ;

2015 “Marilyn Minter” by Alex Fialho ART FORUM ;

2015 “Marilyn Minter On Her First Major Retrospective” by Mark Guiducci VOGUE;

2015 “Marilyn Minter” by Gianni Jetzer — February 1, 2015 ;

2014 “The Glitter Bug” W MAGAZINE ;

2013 “Marilyn Minter, Planet Gorgeous” by Glenn O'Brien PURPLE ;

2013 “Marilyn Minter” by Art Review ART REVIEW;

2013 “Gritty Glamour” by Isabel Wilkinson THE DAILY BEAST;

2013 “The Right Dose” by Kareem Estefan NEW YORK TIMES —;

2012 “Marilyn Minter On The “Having It All” Debate” by Marilyn Minter ART INFO ;

2012 “Mother As Muse” by Jessie Wender THE NEW YORKER ;

2011 “Behind The Seen: 8 Questions For Marilyn Minter” by Sameer Reddy W MAGAZINE ;


Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY 2016-2017

Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA 2016

Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, CO 2015

Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX 2015

2013 Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA

2011 Marilyn Minter, Salon 94 Bowery, New York, NY; Marilyn Minter, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany; Paintings From the 80’s, Team Gallery, New York NY

2010 Orange Crush, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH; Green Pink Caviar, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

2009 Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA; La Conservera, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Ceutí/Murcia, Spain; Chewing Color, Center for Contemporary Art, Cincinnati, OH; Green Pink Caviar, Salon 94 Freemans, New York, NY

2008 Andrehn-Schiptjenko Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

2006 Salon 94 Gallery, New York, NY; Gavlak Projects, Palm Beach, FL; Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, CO; Circuit, Lausanne, Switzerland

2005 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA; Voges and Partner, Frankfurt, Germany

2004 Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, CO; Andrehn-Schiptjenko Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

2003 Fredericks Freiser Gallery, New York, NY

2001 Thaddeus Ropac Gallery, Paris, France

2000 Andrehn-Schiptjenko Gallery, Stockholm; XL Xavier La Boulbenne, New York, NY

1998 Galleri Index, Stockholm, Sweden; XL Xavier La Boulbenne, New York, NY

1997 XL Xavier La Boulbenne, New York, NY

1995 Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY; Tri Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

1992 Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY; John C. Stoller & Co., Minneapolis, MN

1991 Greenberg Gallery, Saint Louis, MO; Meyers/Bloom Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1990 Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY; Simon Watson Gallery, New York, NY

1989 Nicola Jacobs Gallery, London, England

1988 White Columns, New York, NY

1986 Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY (in collaboration with Christoff Kohlhoffer)

1984 Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY (in collaboration with Christoff Kohlhoffer)

1975 Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY


« Killer Heels : The Art of the High Heeled Shoe » Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY 2014

« Duro Olowu : More Material », Salon 94 Bowery, New York, NY 2014

« Look At Me : Portraiture from Manet To The Present », Leila Heller Gallery, New York, NY 2014

« She was a film star before She was my Mother », Dorsky Curatorial Programs, Long Island City, NY 2014

« Bash I », Kleinert/James Gallery, Woodstock, NY 2014

« NYC Makers Open », Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY 2014

« Gola, Art and Science of Taste », La Triennale, Milan Italy 2014

« Pace Gems : Selections from the Linda Pace Foundation Permanent Collection, San Antonio, TX 2014

2010 Collection in Context: Lynda Benglis, John Chamberlain, Andy Warhol, and Marilyn Minter, The Baltimore Museum of Art; Passion Fruits, Selection from the Thomas Olbricht Collection, Me Collectors Room, Berlin; 7th Annual Alternative Picture Show, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA; The Anniversary Show, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA; Desire, Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX; Don Juan in the Village, curated by Bjarne Melgaard, Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden; Sweat, curated by Fabienne Stephan and Marilyn Minter, Patricia Low, Gstaad, Switzerland; Think Pink, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody, Gavlak Projects, Palm Beach, FL; Talent Show, curated by Robert Melee, The Kitchen, New York, NY

2009 The Audio Show, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY; Pink Panther, curated by Amy Smith-Stewart, Kumukumu Gallery, New York, NY; The Female Gaze: Women Look At Women, Cheim & Read, New York, NY; “200 Artworks – 25 Years” Artists’ Editions for Parkett, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan; Pretty Is And Pretty Does, SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM; Objects of Value, Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL; The Glamour Project, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York, NY; The Palace at 4 a.m., Gana Art Gallery, New York, NY; For Your Eyes Only, De Markten, Brussels, Belgium

2008 Darkside, Fotomuseum, Winterthur, Switzerland; Focus: The Figure, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO; Agency: Art and Advertising, McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH; Expenditure, Busan Biennale, Busan, Korea; Whatever’s Whatever Hydra School Projects, Hydra, Greece; Sweat, Marilyn Minter + Mika Rottenberg, Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris

2007 Foam of the Daze, Amy Smith Stewart, New York, NY; Sex in the City, Dumbo Art Center, Brooklyn, NY; Sparkle Then Fade, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA; Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles, France; RocknRoll, Norrköpings Museum, Norrköpings, Sweden; Dangerous Beauty, Curated by Manon Slome, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY; Dangerous Beauty, Naples Art Museum, Italy

2006 Whitney Biennial, New York, NY; Nightmares of Summer, Marvelli Gallery, New York, NY; The Other Side, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY; Flaming June, Spanierman Modern, New York, NY

2005 Gorgeous, Hangar Bicocca, Milan, Italy; Paper, Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, CA; Bounds of Love, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY; Tete a Tete, Greenberg van Doren Gallery, New York, NY; The Super Fly Effect, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ; Suddenly Older, Clifford Gallery, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY

2004 Black & White, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY; AmFaR Portfolio, Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA; Skin Deep, Union Station, Toronto, Canada (traveling to The Netherlands and Portugal)

2003 Cross Currents at Century’s End: Selections from the Neuberger Berman Art Collections, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA; amFaR Portfolio curated by Jack Pierson, Cheim and Read, New York, NY; Jessica Stockholder Show, Gorney Bravin & Lee Gallery, New York, NY; 4 Walls, 8 Views, Arena Gallery, New York, NY

2002 Shimmering Substance, curated by Barry Schwabsky and Catsou Roberts, Arnolfini, Bristol, England, and Cornerhouse, Manchester, England; Reactions, Exit Art, New York, NY

2001 Summer Group, Sandroni.Rey, Venice, CA

2000 Uncomfortable Beauty, Group show, Jack Tilton / Anna Kustera, New York, NY; Issue: Group show, curated by Jack Pierson, Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery, Paris, France; 2000 anos luz, Galeria Leyendecker, Santa Cruz Tenerife, Canary Islands; Mommy Dearest, Gimpel Fils, London, England; Go Figure, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Arts, New York, NY

1999 Lounge, Exit Art, New York, NY; Millennium Calendar, Bard College, Annandale on Hudson, NY; Paintings Pictures, Beaver College Art Gallery, Beaver, PA

1998 cloth-bound, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, England; PhotoImage, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA (traveling to Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA); Elbowroom, Third Link, Stockholm, Sweden; Bathroom, curated by Wayne Koestenbaum, Thomas Healy Gallery, New York, NY

1997 Alive & Well, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY; Sex/Industry, curated by John Yau, Stephan Stux Gallery, New York, NY

1996 Thinking Print: Books to Billboard 1980-1995, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY; Making Pictures: Women and Photography, Nicole Klagsburn Gallery, New York, NY; Mona Hatoum, Lovett/Codagnone, Marilyn Minter, XL Xavier La Boulbenne, New York, NY; PHOTOgraphism (in painting), Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY; What I did on my summer vacation, White Columns, New York, NY; The Most Important Thing in the World: Oasis vs. Blur and Artists Who rock, curated by Bill Arning, The Art Exchange Show, New York, NY

1995 Pittura Immedia: Malerei in der 90er Jahren, curated by Peter Weibel, Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum und Kunstlerhaus, Graz, Austria; Smells Like Vinyl, Roger Merians Gallery, New York, NY; The Joy of Painting, Here Gallery, New York, NY

1994 The Place of Art, Sprengel Museum, Hanover, Germany; De-Pop, curated by Sandra Antelo-Suarez, Cummings Art Center, Connecticut College, New London, CT; Drama, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY; The Long Weekend, Trial Balloon, New York, NY; Promotional Copy, 100 Food Porn Video, The Kitchen, New York, NY; Sex, Adam Baumgold Fine Art, New York, NY; The Rag Trade, The Inter Art Center, New York, NY

1993 Promotional Copy, 100 Food Porn Video, DIA Center for the Arts, New York, NY; The Return of the Cadavre Exquis, The Drawing Center, New York, NY (traveling to The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Santa Monica Museum of Fine Art, Santa Monica, CA; Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis, MO; American Art Center, Paris, France); Coming to Power, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY; Regarding Masculinity, Arthur Rogers Gallery, New Orleans, LA; Body Count, White Columns, New York, NY; Tri-Sexual, TRI Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1992 Effected Desire, The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA; Slow Art, P.S.I., Long Island City, NY; Works-Concepts-Processes-Situations-Informations, Galerie 1900-2000, Paris, France

1991 Ho Hum All Ye Faithful, John Post Lee Gallery, New York, NY; New generation: New York, Part III, curated by Bob Nickas Carnegie Mellon Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

1990 Stendahl Syndrome: The Cure, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY; The Clinic, Simon Watson Gallery, New York, NY; Making Pictures, Fiction/Nonfiction Gallery, New York, NY

1989 Ten Years Anniversary Show, Nicola Jacobs Gallery, London, England; Max Protetch: 20 years, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY; Repetition, Hirschl-Adler Modern, New York, NY


The Guggenheim Museum, New York

Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California

Maison Europeenne de la Photographie, Paris, France

Collection Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon, château d'Arenthon, Alex, France

Neuberger Berman, New York, NY

Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, NY

Deutsche Bank, New York, NY

Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO

Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY

Kunsthaus Museum, Zurich, Switzerland

Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA

MIT List Center, Boston, MA

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

Blanton Museum of Fine Arts. Austin, TX

Brigitte Niedermair is an artist and image maker based in Europe.

Niedermair’s fresh take on formalism is a welcome voice to the recent overwhelming trend of casual, unstructured image making. Her vision represents an evolution of pictorial language merging vibrance, femininity and life into the charged minimalism of her large format lens. Every detail of Niedermair’s exquisite frames is considered both for its beauty as well as an added conceptual layer. She utilizes her female vantage point to stretch out the conventional limits and biases of the fashion, and more generally contemporary culture’s image system. Her photographs consciously amplify and counter-argue with the embedded subtexts of gender and identity, activating the whole physical form of her subjects, transforming them into the material expression of the body as a language, framed by but independent from fashion. Niedermair’s women embody an “attitude of resistance” towards the camera, intentionally at odds with typically compliant fashion archetypes.

Clients such as Dior, Max Mara, Cartier, Van Cleef and Chaumet; and included in publications CR Fashion Book, Dior Magazine, W Magazine, Vogue Italia and many more.

Her work has been the subject of international exhibitions, including the monographs Somewhere, Stadtgalerien Schwaz (2007); Madame Hirsch, Museion, Bolzano (2009); Holy Cow, Foto-Forum, Bolzano (2009); Sister, Galica Gallery, Milan (2009); Let’s Get Married, A38 Cultural Center, Budapest (2011); Horizon, Transition_Giorgio Morandi ⁄ Are you still there, MAMbo – Museo Morandi, Bologna (2015); Screenshot (with Martino Gamper), One Poultry ⁄ Wallpaper *, London (2017); Transition, Palazzo Borromeo, Milan (2017), Eccehomo, Castel Tirolo, (2018). Her works belong to private collections, museums and public institutions in Italy and abroad.


Photography & Moving Image

Photography & Moving Image

Photography & Moving Image

Photography & Moving Image


A precursor to the cult of the stylist, Mrs De Dudzeele grew up in Saint-Tropez, south of France. After spending ten years at french ELLE, she moved to New York in 1985 to become the fashion editor of Vogue US. She’s the gale behind Anna Wintour’s 1988 first cover shot by Peter Lindbergh. Her work helped define the look of the iconic supermodels of the 90’s, such as Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell etc. Apprenticing with legendary photographers such as Irving Penn and Richard Avedon, she then met her longtime collaborator Steven Meisel.
Her remarkably consistent trademark « Cerf style ». Acclaimed for her ability to transform the least interesting article of clothing into a beautiful image, she became one of the fashion industry’s most mythical stylist.
Trends mean nothing to Carlyne. The quintessence of style and the chicest thing to her is « la simplicité ». Carlyne always has a conception of the image she wants to produce. On many occasions she picks up the camera to shoot, art direct and style the image all herself.
No single stylist has had such a long history in fashion while remaining as relevant ; holding close relationships with artists such as Rihanna and Miley Cyrus and making the most out of social media platforms. Simply put, she’s a legend.


Chanel - Dior - Louis Vuitton - Moschino - Calvin Klein