Tag Archives: David Armstrong

Dossier x Worth Motorcycle Company

For the launch of our tenth issue, we at Dossier wanted to do something a little more meaningful than throwing just one more party during fashion week. Instead, we decided to channel our resources into organizing a charity art auction. The organization that is benefiting, Worth Motorcycle Company, is a new non-profit that teaches New [...]

Night and Day

David Armstrong’s new book with Morel Books, Night & Day, is put together from Kodachrome slides he shot in downtown New York in the late 70′s and early 80′s. I first saw these slides when we were putting together a portfolio of this work for the first issue of Dossier. They’re dark, flashy, a little [...]

Mad About the Boy

If you haven’t had a chance to see Mad About the Boy, David Armstrong’s exhibition at Half Gallery, you still have a few days. Curated by Emma Reeves, the show draws from David’s archive, both personal and fashion, all photographs of the men who have been his muses over the years. The loveliest – and [...]

Secrets Show

Secrets, a group photography show Alec and I curated, opened in LA just before Halloween. The show features 38 photographers’ idea of what constitutes a secret. It will be on view though November 14 at Space 1520 at 1520 Cahuenga. If you don’t have a chance to see it, you can also pick up the [...]

Younger Than I’ll Be

Younger Than I’ll Be, a group photography show I curated, is opening Wednesday, April 7 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. It’s the first show I’ve curated, and I can’t tell you yet how it looks because I’m going to hang it tomorrow. What I can tell you that it’s about New York as it [...]

Dossier Issue 5

Issue No. 5 of Dossier is being printed as you read this. It includes, as you can see above, a cover shoot of Daria Werbowy, shot at home by Cass Bird, interviews with Gaspar Noe, Anne Collier, Miss J. Alexander and Lydia Peelle, photos and interviews of Devendra Benhart and Annie Clark of St. Vincent, [...]

Kids Behaving Badly

The highly publicized Kids Behaving Badly, a new group show at Clampart, features the work of fifteen photographers, all of whom seem immoderately concerned with what American kids are doing on Saturday night. The photographs on display include enough pubic hair, binge drinking and cross-dressing to repulse the most gutter-minded viewer, and while this is [...]