Young New York Limited-Edition Portfolio


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by Ethan James Green

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"In Ethan’s world, the kids who inspire him ought to be (and are) the subjects of his work. Ethan is an artist among so-called image makers." —Hari Nef Ethan James Green’s first monograph presents a selection of striking portraits of New York’s millennial scene-makers, a gloriously diverse cast of models, artists, nightlife icons, queer youth, and gender binary–flouting muses of the fashion world and beyond. Under the mentorship of the late photographer David Armstrong, Green developed a sensitive and confident style and an intense connection with his subjects; his luminous black-and-white portraits, many taken in Corlears Hook Park on the Lower East Side, bring to mind Diane Arbus’s midcentury studies of gender nonconformists. For Young New York, Green photographed his close friends and community for more than three years, and his humanist approach transcends the trends of the moment. Each special limited-edition box set includes three archival pigment prints on Canson Baryta Photographique paper, accompanied by a signed copy of the monograph. The box set is limited to twenty-five numbered copies and five artist’s proofs. Both the prints and monograph are signed by Ethan James Green.

Three Pigment Prints on Canson Baryta Photographique paper accompanied by a signed monograph, Young New York, presented together in a cloth clamshell case
Image Size: 10 1/2 x 12 3/5 inches
Paper Size: 11 x 14 inches
Edition of 25 + 5 Artist Proofs
Each print and book is signed and numbered by the artist

Prints included in this portfolio:
Haize, 2015
Mica, 2016
Alex, 2016

About the Artist

Ethan James Green (b. Caledonia, Michigan, 1990) grew up in a small town outside Grand Rapids. Though he showed a proclivity for photography child, Green first came to New York as a model. Green has been commissioned by publications such as Dazed & Confused, Re-Edition, LOVE Magazine, i-D, and fashion label, Creatures of the Wind. He is also a recipient of LensCulture’s 2016 Portrait Awards Series.

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