Lurid colour, cinematic compositions and absurdly over-airbrushed models give Miles Aldridges’ photography an eerily glamorous feel. The London-born designer studied illustration at Central St Martins before turning to fashion photographer in the mid-90s. Now based in New York, Aldridge has had work published in top publications across the globe from Italian Vogue to American Vogue via Numéro. His influences include film director David Lynch, fashion photographer Richard Avedon and his father, Alan Aldridge, the illustrator famous for his psychedelic Beatles album covers. This is largest retrospective of Aldridge's work, to coincide with the publication of an eponymous book, published by Rizzoli. Expect retinal-piercing large-scale photographic prints including previously unpublished work alongside drawings, drawings, polaroids and magazines.
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Also see Aldridge's solo show at Brancolini Grimaldi