If you’re going to be in New York between May 17th and July 2nd, then there’s a fair few of us at Talent Management who’s eyes are turning green right now.
If you’re going to be in New York between May 17th and July 2nd, then there’s a fair few of us at Talent Management whose eyes are turning green right now.
We’ve just heard that Danziger Projects, which is moving to 527 West 23rd Street, will open with a two room show featuring the Kate Moss Portfolio and additional photographs of Moss by Gene Lemuel, Glen Luchford, Mary McCartney, Herb Ritts, and Peter Blake.
Apparently, the portfolio contains eleven prints by eleven of the world’s leading photographers; all of whom have played a key role in picturing Moss, such as Terry Richardson, Juergen Teller and Mario Testino.
And if that wasn’t enough for you, the gallery will also be showing unseen photographs of Moss taken in 1988 by Gene Lemuel, as well as Glen Luchford’s pictures of Moss in Times Square on her first trip to New York.
You’ll also get the chance to check out rarely seen pictures by Mary McCartney and Herb Ritts, and a recent series of silkscreens by British artist Peter Blake.