with Robert Herman
Exhibits On View
GENERATION WEALTH by Lauren Greenfield weaves two-and-a-half decades of work into an epic narrative that charts our growing obsession with wealth.
Puro Cuba presents a full spectrum of vibrant photographs taken in Cuba, from the pictorial testimonies of revolutionary times and the creations of contemporary Cuban artists to outsider perspectives on the allure of the island nation.
Iris Nights Lecture Series
Chris Buck discusses the full scope of his career, including the stories behind photo sessions with subjects such as President Barack Obama, Joaquin Phoenix, Lena Dunham, Snoop Dogg and many more.
Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst discuss the series of photographs they took, over a period of six years, to document the story of their romantic and creative collaboration.
Giselle Fernández discusses how an eclectic, artistic and multicultural upbringing fueled her career in journalism, as well as her business, politics, passions, profession and philanthropy.
Candace Feit discusses how her photographic process helped tell the story of the transgender community in southern India by using subtle, in-between moments to illuminate deeper truths.
Dr. Michael Lomax discusses his formative years and how relocating from Los Angeles to the Deep South thrust him into the center of the civil rights movement.
Thelma Golden discusses her life and career in the art world.
Wayne and Nicole Maines discuss Nicole's legal battles for transgender rights and her ongoing efforts to help future LGBT students and adults gain total equality across the nation.
Bamby Salcedo discusses the strides made by the trans community in changing societal attitudes as well as the important work yet to be done.
Buck Angel shares his moving life story and discusses the process of his gender transition from female to male, while challenging notions of what makes someone a man or a woman.
Wazina Zondon discusses her work and her experiences as a queer Muslim woman raised in New York City.
Stories Behind the Photographs
- In 2007 I met Jackie Siegel at a party at the Versace boutique in Beverly Hills hosted by Donatella Versace, whom I was photographing for Elle. At that time, Jackie, the wife of time-share billionaire David Siegel, was spending more than $1 million a year on shopping. I made a photograph of Jackie and two of her friends holding Versace handbags that Time magazine published in its 2007 "Pictures of the Year" issue as representative of the "new Gilded Age.
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