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Venus Etcetera (after Titian), 2021

Venus Etcetera (after Titian), 2021
Screenprint in colours with silver ink, Ed. of 15
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

43 ¾ x 59 ¾ inches

Venus Etcetera (after Botticelli), 2021

Venus Etcetera (after Botticelli), 2021
Screenprint in colours with silver ink, Ed. of 15
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

43 3/4 x 59 3/4 inches

I Will Love You Tomorrow, 2020, Screenprint in colours, Ed. of 15

I Will Love You Tomorrow, 2020

Screenprint in colours, Ed. of 15

Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

28 1/2 x 37 1/2 inches

Hello, 2020, Screenprint in colours, Ed. of 15

Hello, 2020

Screenprint in colours, Ed. of 15

Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

28 1/2 x 37 1/2 inches

Ex Libris, 2019

Ex Libris, 2019
Screenprint in colours, Ed. of 15
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

46 x 36 1/4 inches

Tan Lines #5, 2012

Tan Lines #5, 2012
Screenprint in Colours, Ed. of 15
Signed and numbered verso

52 13/16 x 70 15/16 inches

Afternoons #2, 2018

Afternoons #2, 2018
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

26 ¾ x 40 inches, Ed. of 10

40 ¼ x 60 inches, Ed. of 6

Mystique #1, 2018

Mystique #1, 2018
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

21 x 16 ¼ inches, Ed. of 10

40 x 31 inches, Ed. of 10

60 x 46 ½ inches, Ed. of 3

Mystique #3, 2018

Mystique #3, 2018
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

21 x 15 ¾ inches, Ed. of 10

40 x 30 inches, Ed. of 10

64 x 45 inches, Ed. of 3

Night Car #3, 2015

Night Car #3, 2015
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

16 ¾ x 21 inches, Ed. of 10

32 x 40 inches, Ed. of 10

48 x 60 inches, Ed. of 3

Five Girls in a Car #3, 2013

Five Girls in a Car #3, 2013
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

21 x 15 ¾ inches, Ed. of 10

40 x 30 inches, Ed. of 10

50 x 37 ½ inches, Ed. of 3

Actress #6, 2012

Actress #6, 2012
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

15 ½ x 21 inches, Ed. of 10

29 ¾ x 40 inches, Ed. of 10

37 x 50 inches, Ed. of 6

Scream #4, 2011

Scream #4, 2011
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

26 ½ inches x 40 inches, Ed. of 10

40 x 60 inches, Ed. of 6

Dog Lady #2, 2009

Dog Lady #2, 2009
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

14 x 21 inches, Ed. of 10

26 ½ x 40 inches, Ed. of 10

39 ¾ x 60 inches, Ed. 3

Cat Story #3, 2008

Cat Story #3, 2008
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

14 x 21 inches, Ed. of 10

26 ½ x 40 inches, Ed. of 10

39 ¾ x 60 inches, Ed. of 3

Untitled (after Cattelan) #3, 2016

Untitled (after Cattelan) #3, 2016
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

30 ½ x 44 ¼ inches, Ed. of 10

45 ¾ x 66 ¼ inches, Ed. of 6

A Perfect Mum #4, 2012

A Perfect Mum #4, 2012
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

16 ¾ x 21 inches, Ed. of 10

32 x 40 inches, Ed. of 10

40 x 50 inches, Ed. of 6

The Pure Wonder #1, 2005

The Pure Wonder #1, 2005
Chromogenic Print
Signed, titled, dated, numbered on label verso

 

Available Sizes:

20 x 15 inches, Ed. of 10

40 x 30 ¼ inches, Ed. of 10

60 x 45 ¼ inches, Ed. of 3

Tan Lines - roll 1, 2012

Tan Lines - roll 1, 2012
Unique Vintage Chromogenic Contact Sheet with markings in chinagraph
10 x 12 inches

Untitled (after Cattelan) - roll 39, 2016

Untitled (after Cattelan) - roll 39, 2016
Unique Vintage Chromogenic Contact Sheet with markings in chinagraph
10 x 12 inches

Five Girls in a Car - roll 55, 2013

Five Girls in a Car - roll 55, 2013
Unique Vintage Chromogenic Contact Sheet with markings in chinagraph
10 x 12 1/8 inches

Actress - roll 45, 2012

Actress - roll 45, 2012
Unique Vintage Chromogenic Contact Sheet with markings in chinagraph
10 x 11 3/8 inches

A Perfect Mum - roll 52, 2012

A Perfect Mum - roll 52, 2012
Unique Vintage Chromogenic Contact Sheet with markings in chinagraph
10 x 12 1/8 inches

The Pure Wonder - roll 2361, 2005

The Pure Wonder - roll 2361, 2005
Unique Vintage Chromogenic Contact Sheet
10 x 13 3/4 inches

Venus Etcetera (after Cabanel) - study IV, 2021

Venus Etcetera (after Cabanel) - study IV, 2021
Unique Polaroid
3 3/8 x 4 ¼ inches

Afternoons - study I, 2018

Afternoons - study I, 2018
Unique Polaroid
3 3/8 x 4 ¼ inches

Mystique - study I, 2018

Mystique - study I, 2018
Unique Polaroid
3 3/8 x 4 ¼ inches

Mystique - study VI, 2018

Mystique - study VI, 2018
Unique Polaroid
3 3/8 x 4 ¼ inches

Night Car - study IX, 2016

Night Car - study IX, 2016
Unique Polaroid
3 3/8 x 4 ¼ inches

Cat Story - study VI, 2008

Cat Story - study VI, 2008
Unique Polaroid
3 3/8 x 4 ¼ inches

Press Release

Miles Aldridge: High-Gloss

January 27, 2022 through March 19, 2022

Exhibition Reception: Saturday, February 19th

  

The Fahey/Klein Gallery is pleased to present “Miles Aldridge: High-Gloss”, an exhibition of photographs and screenprints by renowned artist, Miles Aldridge. This exhibition features a selection of familiar and newly release images that, in pure Aldridge fashion, are glamorous – yet probe society’s idealized notions of domestic bliss, where sinister undercurrents swirl beneath a flawless surface.

Miles Aldridge is a photographer who is well known for staging elaborate mise-en-scènes that have a film noir quality. The technicolor dream-like worlds he constructs are vibrant, fragmented narratives that defy expectations. Long interested in art history, his highly stylized work draws inspiration from representations of the female nude in art, as well as in pulp fiction and pin-ups. As Aldridge states:

“In my work there is always a push and pull between high and low art.”

Aldridge is a contemporary artist with a unique talent for inspiring the viewers to ask themselves questions. With a keen eye for social absurdities, disguising them in colorful beauty, and then elevating them to thought-provoking art Aldridge highlights a deep truth in his hyper-realities.

Miles Aldridge has worked prolifically for more than twenty-five years, and today he remains one of the few photographers still shooting predominately on film. Born in London in 1964, the son of famed art director and illustrator, Alan Aldridge, Miles’ interest in photography began at an early age when he was given a Nikon F camera by his father. After studying graphic design at Central Saint Martins, Aldridge initially worked as an illustrator and music-video director, before turning his attention to photography. In 1996 he began working with Franca Sozzani, the legendary editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia, and their boundary-pushing collaboration would continue for twenty years. In addition to the many international editions of Vogue, Aldridge’s images have featured regularly in prestigious titles, including Harper’s Bazaar, Numéro, W, The New York Times Magazine, and The New Yorker. His fascination with art history led Aldridge to undertake projects with several significant contemporary artists including Maurizio Cattelan, Gilbert & George, and Harland Miller. London’s National Portrait Gallery houses a large collection of Aldridge’s portraits, and his work is held in prestigious museums and institutions around the world, including: the V&A, and British Museum in London; the Fondation Carmignac, and the Palais Galliera in Paris; the Davis Museum at Wellesley College, Massachusetts; and the International Centre of Photography in New York.

Press Photographs Available on Request