Photography

GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

The Cowboy Who Fell to Earth

Twisted takes on traditional western dressing expose our desire to reexamine who we are and who we can become. Photographed by Nadine Ijewere. Fashion editor: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson.
GARAGE Magazine
9.4.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Vintage Speedos, But Make it Fashion

In GARAGE's ongoing series celebrating iconic archives, photographer Tina Tyrell traveled to Niagara Falls to spotlight some of the best pieces from Speedo's 104-year-history. Fashion editor: Victoria Sekrier.
GARAGE Magazine
9.4.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Ruth Ossai Photographs the Women of Nollywood in Miu Miu

In celebration of Miu Miu's Women's Tales series, which celebrates female filmmakers, the Nigerian-born photographer trains her lens on the country's booming film industry, and the women within it. Photographed by Ruth Ossai. Fashion Editor: Daniel Obasi.
GARAGE Magazine
9.4.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

The Legacy of Bernadette Corporation Is Alive and Well

Nineties art collective Bernadette Corporation is the influence behind a swath of New York art-house fashion brands. GARAGE captures the work of a new generation picking up where BC left off. Photographed by Annie Powers. Fashion Editor: Stella Greenspan.
GARAGE Magazine
9.4.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Artist Taryn Simon Photographs Men Jumping into Freezing Water

Documenting her MASS MoCA installation “A Cold Hole” exclusively for GARAGE, Simon captures the moment when participants jump into a shaft of frigid water in an ice-floored gallery. Novelist Alexandra Kleeman recounts her experience taking the plunge.
Taryn Simon
Alexandra Kleeman
9.4.18
Photography

This Photo Essay Captures the Essence of Maltese Youth

In the third volume of photographer Hans Neumann’s ENSAYO series, and a film premiering exclusively on GARAGE, the teens of Malta muse about what defines them, the identity that holds their community together, and explore the meaning of love.
Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
8.8.18
Art

The Scintillating, Subconscious, and Surreal World of Viviane Sassen’s Photography

A new survey of the photographer’s work is on view in the UK, so we talked to Sassen about working between art and fashion, and the importance of staying in touch with the subconscious.
Hettie Judah
7.20.18
Art

In Queer Art, There’s a Time for Action and a Time for Languor

An exhibition of four decades of work by queer artists surveys struggle, change, and the aesthetics of love.
Larissa Pham
7.12.18
who is she

Cameron Lee Phan Thinks Self Portraits Can Help Us Escape Ego

Welcome to our new series "Who Is She?", in which we introduce creative characters you should get to know.
Ashley Tyner
7.11.18
Art

Ryan McGinley Says His Latest Inspirations Are Dressing Room Mirrors and Staying Home

Hast thou considered the latent transcendence of the mirror selfie?
Nicholas Chittenden Morgan
7.10.18
Art

Wim Wenders Thinks The American Dream is a European Export, and MAGA, a Maddening Spectacle

With a new exhibition of his early Polaroids on view in Berlin, the German director talks about documenting planet America.
Nadja Sayej
7.9.18
Art

This Old Church in Tunisia Doubles as a Boxing Studio for Teens and Inspiration for Artists

For the fifth edition of an art festival in Tunisia, the beauty and grace of local boxing youths are front and center in artist Ayla Hibri's photographic series “Saint Mohammad Ali.”
Jennifer Piejko
7.6.18