Launched in tandem with the eponymous exhibition at greengrassi and Corvi-Mora in London, the publication features visual documentation of multiple art-anthropology exchange processes, ethnographic texts, and further written contributions that introduce contemporary Mongolia as a dynamic site for conceptual and creative experimentation. The uniqueness of his oeuvre lies precisely in its avoidance of conventional aesthetics and discursive classifications.
These images and the ways in which the sitters present themselves are alternately shocking, humorous, touchingly vulnerable, and, often, unnervingly brash, a quality that reveals the trust Greenfield builds with the people on the other side of her camera.
By organizing twenty-five years of work into one complex narrative, Greenfield also seeks to better understand the system that ties so many of our largest commercial industries—among them fashion, entertainment, real estate, and banking—together and how their standards shape our behavior.
She is the director of four full-length documentary films, including the Emmy-nominated Thin and award-winning Queen of Versaillesand five documentary shorts. The Influence of Affluence will be released in the fall of The exhibtion is accompanied by a monograph published by Phaidon.
Open Wednesday to Sunday until August 13th, The exhibit is not about the rich, but the pervasive desire for more. Nobel Peace Center 13 February Visitors in exhibition.
A decade ago, to visit this world might have seemed like cultural anthropology. It might even have been an optional exercise. Today, in the age of Donald, Melania, and the Mnuchins, it is a necessary, even captivating, task—if, at times, a repulsive one.
The images are unjudgemental — dystopian shock and awe somewhere at the end of Empire — and yet moving: It could have been me. Revolting and revelatory, sobering and stunning.
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Provoking serious reflection, this book is not about the rich, but about the desire to be wealthy, at any cost. Phaidon Press May 15, Language: Her images are viscerally intimate-sometimes comic, sometimes tragic, and always unforgettable.
If I had the privilege of putting together the time capsule left underground for future generations, I am certain that Generation Wealth would be in the box. A preeminent chronicler of youth culture, gender, and consumerism, her documentary The Queen of Versailles won the Best Documentary Director Award at Sundance in Her photographs have been widely published, exhibited — and collected — and her Super Bowl commercial, Like a Girlwent viral and swept the advertising awards of Contributor — Juliet Schor is an author, economist, cultural critic, and professor of sociology at Boston College.
Her research focuses on the economics of work, spending, the environment, and consumer culture.
She has curated dozens of exhibitions of contemporary and historical photography around the world, and is a frequent contributing author and lecturer. She shoots like a documentarian, both empathetic and non-judgmental when confronted with women who use plastic surgery to cope with family strife, or with white collar criminals.
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