June 19, 2019

Young New York

At BAM Fisher - Brooklyn , NY

Aperture Conversations

Young New York

Wednesday, June 19

8:30 p.m. EST

BAM Fisher 321 Ashland Place Brooklyn , NY

Join Ethan James Green with three of his subjects and collaborators, Dara Allen, Marcs Goldberg, and Matt Holmes, for a wide-ranging discussion about beauty, portraiture, and the legacies of queer and trans representation fifty years after the Stonewall uprising. Moderated by Michael Schulman, arts and culture writer for The New Yorker and contributor to Young New York.

Green’s first monograph, Young New York, presents a series of striking black-and-white portraits of the city’s queer scene-makers, and depicts a gloriously diverse cast of models, artists, designers, nightlife icons, and gender binary–flouting muses to the fashion world and beyond. Celebrated for his photography in Vanity FairVogue, and Another Man, for Young New York, Green photographed his close friends and community in the Lower East Side for over three years, and his humanist approach, inspired by Diane Arbus and August Sander, transcends the trends of the moment.

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Ethan James Green moved to New York as a teenager to work as a model. Since becoming a photographer in his early twenties, he has been commissioned by publications such as Dazed & ConfusedRe-EditionLove Magazinei-DVanity Fair, and Vogue, and labels, including Alexander McQueen, Lanvin, and Prada. His work from Young New York was first featured in and on the cover of Aperture magazine’s Winer 2017 issue, “Future Gender.”

Dara Allen is a model based in New York. She made her debut with Marc Jacobs in 2017, and has appeared in ApertureDazed & Confusedi-DInterview, and Vogue. In 2018, she was awarded the Leading Light Award by Immigration Equality, the nation’s leading LGBTQ immigrant rights organization.

Marcs Goldberg is a frequent subject of and creative collaborator with Ethan James Green.

Matt Holmes is a fashion editor and photographer based in Brooklyn.

Michael Schulman writes about arts and culture for The New Yorker and is the author of Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep (2016).

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