<p>— wmagazine </p>

— wmagazine

Miles Aldridge’s Otherworldly Photos Come to Fotografiska New York

von Maxine Wally

"One evening in 2015, the Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan invited photographer Miles Aldridge to spend the night at a museum in Paris where a retrospective of Cattelan’s was taking place. With museum doors closed to to the public, Aldridge brought with him a model, makeup artists, and a hairstylist, arriving at around 7 PM. The two worked nonstop, taking photographs and coming up with creative concepts, until 7 AM the next day. “I got the first Eurostar home to London from there, absolutely shattered,” Aldridge recalled during a recent Zoom call from his studio in King’s Cross. “I didn't sleep. Maurizio slept—he had a bed in the museum where he had a little nap. Personally, I was working constantly.” "

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