TRUNK ARCHIVE is a boutique agency based in New York City that represents the archives of the world's leading fashion, celebrity, still life and landscape photographers. Every artist on their roster is acknowledged as being among the very best in his / her genre. To highlight the impressive diversity of images available at TRUNK ARCHIVE we have selected a group of amazing artists to feature in this launch collection.
Pamela Hanson’s photo book “Girls” characterises a generation of young women – at times shy, at times flirtatious, yet also confident and sensual. It emerged as a résumé of photographs she has taken for labels such as Tommy Hilfiger and Victoria’s Secret over many years, and is distinctive in how it preserves the natural look of the models. They appear neither exalted nor arrogant, but rather fresh and disarmingly uncomplicated.
To Hanson, beauty is not found in the delicate and deliberate depiction of luxury, but in authenticity. Even her intimate portraits of celebrities such as Stella Tenant, Carla Bruni, Victoria Beckham and Eva Longoria are shaped by a natural look, with little make-up and few accessories. When Hanson decides to conduct her photo-shoots in bustling street scenes in London, Paris, or New York, what emerges are photographic moments full of lightness, shaped by a relaxed, refreshing atmosphere.
|Born in London, UK|
|Fine Art Studies, University of Colorado|
|Lives and works in New York, USA|
|2007||Boys & Girls, Blitz Gallery, Tokyo, Japan|
|2006||Pamela Hanson, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, New York, USA|
|2000||Pamela Hanson, Galerie Acte 2, Paris, France|
Group Exhibitions (Selection)
|2012||The Best of Everything, Electric Works, San Francisco, USA|
|2011||Una Obra De Arte Obra Una Vida, Raiña Lupa, Barcelona, Spain|
|Tanto Tempo Collection 2011 Summer, TantoTempo, Kobe, Japan|
|Traummänner, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Germany|
|2009||Gallery Selections, Blitz Gallery, Tokio, Japan|
|2008||Traumfrauen – 50 Starfotografen zeigen ihre Vision von Schönheit, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Germany|
|2003||Women, Trauma & Visual Expression, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, USA|
Boys, Assouline, 2006
Girls, Assouline, 2000