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Glen Luchford’s rich and dramatic photo images reveal an intense cinematic style that spans fashion, portraiture and contemporary art. His work has been used in advertising campaigns for clients including Prada, Chloe, Alberta Ferretti, Sportmax, Costume National, YSL, NARS, DVF, Valentino, Levi’s, Mercedes Benz, VW, Hugo Boss, Joop, Jaguar, Barney’s and Calvin Klein, resulting in some of the most memorable campaigns of recent years. His portraits of leading cultural figures including Dennis Hopper, Willem Defoe, Rooney Mara, Elizabeth Olsen, Madonna, Björk, and Tilda Swinton have appeared in numerous international publications. His seductive and imaginative fashion editorial work is regularly featured in leading magazines such as French Vogue, Italian Vogue, British Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Self Service, LOVE, Dazed & Confused, Vanity Fair, AnOther Magazine, Purple, V Magazine, Interview and W.
His first book published by Steidl in 2009 commemorating his years of award winning photography.
Luchford has collaborated with the British painter Jenny Saville whose visceral paintings of large human nudes are reflected in Luchford’s photographic exploration of the artist’s body. Their photographs have been exhibited in art galleries and cultural centers including the ICA, London, Pace MacGill, New York, and Gagosian, Los Angeles. Their collaborative process is also the subject of a documentary film aired in 1998. In 2000, Luchford completed a feature length film Here to Where, which was nominated for the Michael Powell Award at the Edinburgh Festival in 2001. Luchford’s fashion photography has been exhibited at The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Photographers’ Gallery, London, and MoMA Queens as part of Fashioning Fiction (2004). A selection of his photography is part of the British national collection of the art of photography permanently archived at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and a life story interview with Luchford is held in the Oral History of British Photography at the British Library.