History of Photography
Day 7: Christina Cacouris
The final day of journalist Christina Cacouris's Tumblr curation on 'The Transatlantic Avant-Garde' centres around post-war Paris and the collision of art and fashion.
Conversation: The Man Who Shot The Seventies
Mick Rock discusses taking some of the most iconic photographs in rock 'n' roll history.
SHOWstudio Turns 20: An Interview with Nick Knight
To celebrate 20 years of SHOWstudio Christina Donoghue speaks to our founder and legendary image maker, Nick Knight on why he found SHOWstudio in 2000, the importance of showcasing the artistic process and embracing an AI-led future.
Supermodels speak about the making of their most iconic images.
Shortlist: Side by Side, Sisters
Narrating the inseparable bond of two sisters with a human-scale camera obscura.
The Guggenheim Examines Robert Mapplethorpe’s Influence
The second part of the year long 'Implicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Now' exhibition opens at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
SHOWtech: Gareth Pugh A/W 17
Nick Knight lets viewers in to the secret of his lighting techniques, in discussion with his first assistant Britt Lloyd.
Inspired by the language of photography, Nick Knight shot a selection of key looks from the S/S 17 collections for Stern magazine.
Interview: Pat Cleveland on Irving Penn
Pat Cleveland describes her satisfaction shooting with Irving Penn and her frustrations with certain elements of the modelling world.
Interview: Amber Valletta on Richard Avedon
Amber Valletta talks to Nick Knight about starting her modelling career in Milan and her time shooting with Richard Avedon for Versace.
Interview: Pat Cleveland on Guy Bourdin
Pat Cleveland talks to Nick Knight about shooting with Guy Bourdin, his mysterious directional methods and her ease with modelling nude.
Gallery: Paintings and Politics
Painting and Politics introduces projects by Nick Knight that challenge socially accepted ideas and the quintessential values of the notion of 'beauty'.
Gallery: Still Life & Kate
Still Life & Kate features images that push the boundary between photography and painting, as well as sculptural work that combines experimental techniques such as 3D scanning and printing.
Portraits presents a handful of Nick Knight's portraiture, many of which were commissioned by Terry Jones, editor of i-D magazine.
Gallery: Designer Monographs
Designer Monographs highlights Nick Knight's long-term collaborations with remarkable fashion designers such as Yohji Yamamoto, Martine Sitbon, and Jil Sander.
For Nick Knight:Image at Daelim, Korea, Skinheads was exhibited in print for the first time.
Gallery: Digital and Movement
Digital and Movement presents Nick Knight's recent works, combining animation, 3D filming and video collage.
Exhibition Gallery: The Daelim Museum
See over 100 works and installations, highlighting Nick Knight's expansive career, in situ at The Daelim Musem, Korea.
Nick Knight: Image
On 6 October 2016, Daelim Museum presented Nick Knight: Image, Korea's first exhibition of works by Nick Knight.
Interview: Robin Muir on Horst P. Horst
Robin Muir speaks to Nick Knight about Horst P. Horst’s beautifully titled portrait of Lisa Fonssagrives; 'I Love You', August 3 1938.
Interview: Robin Muir on Clifford Coffin
Vogue Archivist Robin Muir discusses one of Vogue's forgotten great photographers; Clifford Coffin. The work discussed is 'Renaissance', June 1947.
Interview: Robin Muir on George Hoyningen-Huene
Robin Muir speaks about 'Bare Facts about Fashion' by George Hoyningen-Huene, July 10 1929, and the photographer’s extraordinary use of light.
Interview: Robin Muir on Edward Steichen
In celebration of the Vogue 100 exhibition, Nick Knight and Robin Muir discuss the work of Edward Steichen and the legitimisation of photography.
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