Miles Aldridge : Photo Fiction

Characterized by a great freedom of action in his work as a photographer, Miles has managed to create a unique style, very recognizable and published by the biggest magazines. A style that combines his studies at Central St. Martins in London, the influences of visionary filmmakers such as David Lynch and Federico Fellini, the elegance of Richard Avedon and the memories of the illustrations of his father Alan.

To consider the totality of his work, from July 10 at Somerset House in London will hold a major retrospective of this photographer,Only Want You to Love Me where they will be exposed images made during his entire career.

Beige #4, 2010 Chromogenic print First published in Vogue Italia, October 2010 © 2013 Miles Aldridge  Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

Beige #4, 2010 Chromogenic print First published in Vogue Italia, October 2010
© 2013 Miles Aldridge Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

Doll’s House #7, 2008 Chromogenic print First published on Vogue Italia, August 2008 © 2013 Miles Aldridge  Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

Doll’s House #7, 2008 Chromogenic print First published on Vogue Italia, August 2008
© 2013 Miles Aldridge Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

Short Breaths #2, 2012 Chromogenic print  First published in Vogue Italia, November 2012 © 2013 Miles Aldridge  Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

Short Breaths #2, 2012 Chromogenic print First published in Vogue Italia, November 2012
© 2013 Miles Aldridge Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

The Last Range of Colours #2, 2008 Chromogenic print First published in Vogue Italia, September 2007 © 2013 Miles Aldridge  Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

The Last Range of Colours #2, 2008 Chromogenic print First published in Vogue Italia, September 2007
© 2013 Miles Aldridge Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

The Red Lion, 2012 Chromogenic print First published on Numeéro, August 2012 © 2013 Miles Aldridge  Photo courtesy of Rizzoli Internationa

The Red Lion, 2012 Chromogenic print First published on Numeéro, August 2012 © 2013 Miles Aldridge Photo courtesy of Rizzoli Internationa

A Family Portrait, 2011 Chromogenic print First published on Vogue Italia, August 2011  © 2013 Miles Aldridge  Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

A Family Portrait, 2011 Chromogenic print First published on Vogue Italia, August 2011
© 2013 Miles Aldridge Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

In conjunction with the exhibition at Somerset House, also in London, it will take place Short Breaths,from September 12 to 28 at the Brancolini Grimaldi gallery, with large-scale prints devoted to sensuality, told in the language of Miles.

© Miles Aldridge, The Dead #9, 2012 Courtesy Brancolini Grimaldi

© Miles Aldridge, The Dead #9, 2012
Courtesy Brancolini Grimaldi

Doll’s House #7, 2008 Chromogenic print First published on Vogue Italia, August 2008 © 2013 Miles Aldridge  Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

Doll’s House #7, 2008 Chromogenic print First published on Vogue Italia, August 2008
© 2013 Miles Aldridge Photo courtesy of Rizzoli International

All the images from both of the exhibitions will be collected in a book published by Rizzoli International.

Another project, is one of the last collaborations that Miles Aldridge has done with the stylist Nicola Formichetti, entitled Zero Zero Volume 02, which will be presented shortly in New York during Fashion Week .

Zero Zero Volume 02

Zero Zero Volume 02

Zero Zero Volume 02

Zero Zero Volume 02

Zero Zero Volume 02

Zero Zero Volume 02

Zero Zero Volume 02

Zero Zero Volume 02

 

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