Portrait of Ryan Gander, age 6, 1981. Courtesy of the artist.
Portrait of Laurie Simmons by Jimmy DeSana. Courtesy of the artist.
“Sometimes your loyalty will betray you, but it’s a virtue that you can’t compromise.” —
Portrait of Hank Willis Thomas, 1997. Courtesy of the artist.
“When you are young, it’s very important to try to know yourself and to seek out knowledge.” —
Portrait of Geta Brătescu, 1967. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth.
Portrait of AA Bronson with Santa Claus in Edmonton, Canada, 1951. Courtesy of the artist.
“God damn, I wish I’d believed the good parts as much as I believed all the bad parts.” —
Portrait of Katherine Bradford in her forties in her studio in the 1980s by Philip Rogers. Courtesy of the artist.
Portrait of Olaf Breuning. Courtesy of the artist.
Portrait of Marilyn Minter by Barbara Yoshida. Courtesy of the artist.
Photograph of tattoo of ‘do so’ on Douglas Gordon’s arm. Courtesy of VG-Bildkunst.
Portrait of Joyce Pensato in her thirties. Courtesy of the artist.
“Try everything. Don’t worry if the work you are making isn’t what you want it to be…remember work creates work.” —
Portrait of Idris Kahn, age 11. Courtesy of the artist.
“I would reverse the idea completely. What an older artist constantly needs is advice from their younger self.” —
Portrait of Liam Gillick, 1997. Courtesy the artist.
Portrait of Laurie Anderson in 6th grade. Courtesy of Laurie Anderson Studio.