Art Basel Miami Dispatch: Day Two
Don’t Miss: Juergen Teller: Woo
The subjects in photographer Juergen Teller’s new show at London’s ICA are fully exposed: a 68-year-old Vivienne Westwood reclining nude in a large triptych, Lily Cole naked in a garbage heap in India, but also a famously reclusive Bjork floating in Iceland’s Blue Lagoon with her son, and charming images of Teller’s own infant son, Ed. This is Teller’s first solo UK show in a decade, and its title, “Woo,” seems to wink at his unique ability to access and amplify these remarkably unguarded moments. Though to be sure, there’s plenty of humor in the mix: Kate Moss in a wheelbarrow, his iconic shot of Victoria Beckham’s legs popping out of a Marc Jacobs bag, his mother with the jaws of a crocodile, and even smoking cat.
Juergen Teller: Woo is on view at the
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
through March 17.
And check out
Teller’s portfolio of 33 of the year’s brightest stars
in our February issue.
January 1, 2013 12:00 AM
, London 2005
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