Collier Schorr: 8 Women [SIGNED]
First edition, signed. Collier Schorr was born in New York in 1963. Her work explores issues of adolescence, sexual ambiguity, and national identity, often combining photographic realism with elements of fiction and staged youthful fantasy. Her approach was described by Vince Aletti as having evolved into a dense, allusive exploration of the fluid nature of desire. Schorr became interested in fashion photography during her teens when she would tear out photographs from fashion magazines and pin them to her bedroom walls. In 1999 she contributed an editorial story to Olivier Zahn s Purple. Enjoying the freedom and extended reach of commercial photography, she has continued to work for advertising and editorial clients including Bottega Veneta, Comme des Garçons, Y-3, V Magazine, Self Service, Interview, The Gentlewoman, Fantastic Man, i-D, and Arena Homme Plus. In 8 Women, she presents a selection of these commissioned photographs, 'folding them into a dialogue with other works.'.
Hardback, First edition, signed, 312 × 240 mm, 72 pages.