Martin Schoeller + New York Magazine + Larry David

Martin recently photographed Larry David for the newest cover of New York Magazine. The article talks about the new broadway play, Fish In The Dark, the new comedy written by and staring David.

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Erik Almås + Martin Schoeller + Resource Magazine

Erik and Martin were both included in Resource Magazine’s “12 Top Tier Portrait Photographers You Should Know”!

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Martin Schoeller + The Hollywood Reporter + Kevin Hart

Martin recently photographed comedian-actor Kevin Hart for the cover of The Hollywood Reporter.

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Martin Schoeller + People Magazine + President Jimmy Carter

People Magazine commissioned Martin to shoot former President, Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn Carter, for their October 2014 issue.

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Martin Schoeller + Los Angeles Review of Books

Martin was recently featured in a video interview on the LA Review of Books website. The interview was conducted at the 2014 Paris Photo Review.

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Martin Schoeller – Recent Magazine Covers

During 2014, Martin Schoeller teamed up with numerous magazines to shoot a variety of cover stories. First, TIME Magazine commissioned Martin to shoot singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, which they ran his signature close-up of Swift on the cover of one of their November 2014 issues. Martin also shot Swift for the cover issue of People which commemorated their 40th anniversary and echoed Mia Farrow’s iconic 1974 cover image from their inaugural issue. Following this, New York Magazine asked Martin to photograph comedian-actor, Chris Rock, for the cover of their December 2014 issue. Just after the release of singer-songwriter Mary J. Blige’s newest album, Martin photographed Blige for the November cover of Billboard Magazine. Variety Magazine also commissioned Martin to shoot actor Bill Murray for their December cover issue. Martin’s portrait of Jon Stewart was on the cover of New York Magazine’s weekly issue in November in conjunction with Stewart’s new film, Rosewater, which released later that month and acts as a bridge from his TV present and his undefined but rapidly approaching future.  Lastly, Entertainment Weekly asked Martin to shoot the cast of the recently released film, Interstellar.

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Taylor Swift, TIME Magazine


Taylor Swift, TIME Magazine


(left) Chris Rock, New York Magazine (right) Mary J. Blige, Billboard


(left) Bill Murray, Variety (right) Taylor Swift, People


(left) Jon Stewart, New York Magazine (right) Interstellar Cast, Entertainment Weekly

Martin Schoeller + Resource Magazine Online

Resource Magazine has recently named Portraits (teNeues, 2014) by Martin Schoeller as one of the top photography books of 2014!

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Martin Schoeller + TIME Magazine + Taylor Swift

Martin recently photographed Taylor Swift for one of TIME Magazine’s November 2014 issues. Martin spoke to TIME about the inspiration and ideas behind the portraits of Swift, including the choice of shooting at her family home in Forest Hills, Tennessee.

“I wanted to show her in an unexpected light…We are used to seeing her portrayed a certain way, quite ‘pop-like’. I wanted her to come across a bit differently.” – Martin Schoeller for TIME

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Martin Schoeller + Hasted Kraeutler + Genevieve Allison on Portraits

Genevieve Allison, an editorial staff at the Museum of Modern Art had recently written a segment on Aperture’s blog on Martin’s retrospective at Hasted Kraeutler Gallery.

“In more staged portraits, the quality of honesty turns on what can be an unforgiving focus when it comes to matters of the finer topographical details of the face. His gossamer lens captures everything in its presence with intimacy and suspension– even the most discreet articulation of the skin.This might not be as apparent with youthful subjects like Little Kim and Lady Gaga, but discerning head shots of Brad Pitt and Johnny Cash so intently describe the aging male form that, initially, they suggest a meditation on retiring beauty or power– or at least of a truthfulness in its depiction.”

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VAUGHAN HANNIGAN – Happy Holidays!

After another great year, we’d like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday! Below is a selection of favorite images produced over the past year by our artists.

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