Mario Testino

Kate Moss, London, 2006 (2012)

  • Edition of 175
  • Digitally produced chromogenic c-type print on Fujiflex Crystal Archive Supergloss paper with a border
  • 51 x 61 cm (20 x 24 in)
  • Accompanied by a numbered and date certificate signed by the artist
$10,950

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About the Edition
Kate Moss has long been one of Testino's closest friends and remains one of his favourite muses. Kate Moss, London, 2006 is a classic Testino work, both capturing the intimacy of a seemingly unguarded or fleeting moment and also heightening a sense of glamour and surreality. Perched casually on a polished bathroom counter in a sheer, frothy black dress and a black mask pulled back and slightly askew, Kate seems caught unawares in the midst of some glamourous fête. It is precisely this contrast between the apparently incidental and the impossibly glamorous which makes Testino's images continually fascinating.

'Kate Moss, London, 2006' was released on the occasion of his major retrospective at the MFA in Boston, 2012. Due to high demand for this work, we can only offer one Kate Moss, London, 2006 print to each customer. Thank you for your understanding.
About the Artist
Mario Testino is best known for his highly polished, exotically bright advertising campaigns and his exquisitely styled photographs of the couture scene. He often sets up highly staged environments and captures arresting and magical images in the off-guard moments. Instantly recognisable for the casual elegance and visual opulence of his images, Testino's photographs reveal alluring glimpses of his high-fashion world and simultaneously mythologize it.

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