Tag Archives: Ryan McGinley

Ken Miller Talks Photography

Ken Miller is a writer, editor, consultant and curator. After spending six years editing Tokion, he has moved on to curatorial consulting and curating. One of the things I find most interesting is that his projects tend to be serious in scope and multi-faceted. His book project Shoot: Photography of the Moment (Rizzoli) featured work [...]

A Look at Frieze New York

London’s perennially popular Frieze Art Fair descended on New York City for the first time last week with a roar, bringing with it Frieze’s famous custom-designed tent (this iteration designed by Brooklyn-based SO-IL), and unique programming around the fair’s temporary home on Randall’s Island. The Frieze Art Fair, organized by the inimitable duo Amanda Sharp [...]

Miami Basel Highlight Wrap-Up

Above photo: Rick Ross signing a photograph of himself by Jonathan Mannion at AE Gallery Saturday, December 2 on South Beach saw the Phillips du Pury charity auction at The Webster benefiting the Playgrounds Around The World charity. Artworks by Ryan McGinley, Dan Colen and the late Dash Snow hung on the walls, the first time [...]

AA Bronson In Conversation

For those who haven’t been, the NY Art Book Fair is held annually at MOMA PS1 and presents an exhaustive collection of artists’ books, contemporary art catalogs, monographs, art periodicals, and artist zines in one space over the course of a weekend. From the impassioned art-book obsessive to anyone with a remote interest in print, [...]

Ryan McGinley Lawsuit

Ryan McGinley is being sued by the photographer Janine “Jah Jah” Gordon, who claims that over 150 of his photographs are taken from her work. Gordon’s argument has been backed up by the former New Museum curator Dan Cameron, who wrote “my long-term expertise as a critic and curator gives me, I believe, sufficient authority to say, without hesitation, [...]

Ryan McGinley Interview

This Thursday, Ryan McGinley will have his third solo show at Team Gallery. An exhibition of new work, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, will run from March 18 through April 17 and will be accompanied by a monograph published by Dashwood Book. David Strettell, the book’s publisher (also, of course, the owner of the New [...]