A series of photographs of attractive young people having fun in the nude went on display last week at San Francisco’s Ratio3. Yes, we’re talking about Ryan McGinley. The exhibit celebrates the release of McGinley’s new book Life Adjustment Center, a collection that illustrates his decade-long evolution from New York youth culture documentarian to photographic dreamscaper.
Eliot Lee Hazel is a photographer based in Los Angeles. I’d love to label him a fine art photographer, but even that seems limiting somehow. If Neil Krug and Ryan McGinley had a child, it would be Eliot Lee Hazel.
I became a big fan of photographer Ryan McGinley after catching sight of his I Know Where The Summer Goes series. He also often photographs celebrities in his own special way, incorporating a kind of edgy theatricality that is so mesmerising. In this series, simply entitled M.I.A., McGinley took some amazingly stunning shots of the […]
Is it just me, or are kids getting more sophisticated these days? 17-year-old photographer Irwin Barbe shoots stylish, moody photos of candid moments with his friends that while reminiscent of early work by Ryan McGinley and other Vice Magazine darlings, are impressive given Barbe’s age.
Our friends over at Vice have just released a gigantopotamus [their words] of photographic gems [our words], featuring 240 glossy pictures of people by the likes of Harry Benson, Ryan McGinley, Jamie Lee Curtis Taete, Terry Richardson, ex-Warhol’s Factory guy Stephen Shore, Richard Kern, and a Japanese guy who likes to dress up as famous […]