Lyle Owerko, ‘Boombox 6’, 2010, Photography, Ilford paper archival pigment print, Joseph Gross Gallery
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Lyle Owerko

Boombox 6, 2010

Ilford paper archival pigment print
.
16 × 20 in
40.6 × 50.8 cm
Edition of 50
$500
30 × 44 in
76.2 × 111.8 cm
Edition of 25
$2,000
44 × 65 in
111.8 × 165.1 cm
Edition of 25
$4,000
60 × 90 in
152.4 × 228.6 cm
Edition of 5
$9,500
Location
Berkeley , San Francisco
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Lyle Owerko
b. 1968
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A renowned New York City-based photographer, filmmaker and self-professed “pop-culture junkie,” Lyle Owerko’s editorial and fine art projects regularly take the globe-trotting artist to Africa, Japan, Europe and South America. His heart-wrenching editorial photograph of the Sept. 11th, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center appeared on the cover of TIME magazine, described by President Obama as truly "eye-opening" and "breathtaking" the image was named one of the 40 most important magazine covers in the last 40 years by the American Society of Magazine Editors. Lyle’s film credits include music videos for Rufus Wainwright and American Hi-Fi in addition to commercial spots with Robert Redford for The Sundance Channel.

His work has been featured in Communication Arts Magazine, The New York Times, The Village Voice, New York magazine, The London Times, BlackBook and Vanity Fair - in conjunction with television and radio interviews on NPR, CBS and ABC News, as well as Canada’s CTV, CBC and Global networks along with the BBC in England, French Radio news and MTV Russia. In the arts his journals have been included alongside those of director Mike Figgis and musician David Byrne in the 2005 Princeton Architectural Press book Drawing From Life.

In 2010 Abrams published "The Boombox Project" his artful historical overview of the history of the Boombox as a seminal sonic-culture icon. That same year Hasselblad Cameras also named him a "Hasselblad Master" for his work as a fine art photojournalist. Lyle's work can be seen in many museum and private collections including the V&A in London who possess one of his Boomboxes in their permanent archive of 20th century historically significant objects. With an extensive list of celebrity and media clients Lyle is currently working on a fifteen-year-in-the-making passion project focused on imagery shot while a series of road trips through northern Mongolia.

Lyle Owerko, ‘Boombox 6’, 2010, Photography, Ilford paper archival pigment print, Joseph Gross Gallery
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Price ranges of large photographs by Lyle Owerko
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Browse works in this category
$9,450–$9,800
This work
$0
$10,850+
Lyle Owerko
b. 1968
Follow

A renowned New York City-based photographer, filmmaker and self-professed “pop-culture junkie,” Lyle Owerko’s editorial and fine art projects regularly take the globe-trotting artist to Africa, Japan, Europe and South America. His heart-wrenching editorial photograph of the Sept. 11th, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center appeared on the cover of TIME magazine, described by President Obama as truly "eye-opening" and "breathtaking" the image was named one of the 40 most important magazine covers in the last 40 years by the American Society of Magazine Editors. Lyle’s film credits include music videos for Rufus Wainwright and American Hi-Fi in addition to commercial spots with Robert Redford for The Sundance Channel.

His work has been featured in Communication Arts Magazine, The New York Times, The Village Voice, New York magazine, The London Times, BlackBook and Vanity Fair - in conjunction with television and radio interviews on NPR, CBS and ABC News, as well as Canada’s CTV, CBC and Global networks along with the BBC in England, French Radio news and MTV Russia. In the arts his journals have been included alongside those of director Mike Figgis and musician David Byrne in the 2005 Princeton Architectural Press book Drawing From Life.

In 2010 Abrams published "The Boombox Project" his artful historical overview of the history of the Boombox as a seminal sonic-culture icon. That same year Hasselblad Cameras also named him a "Hasselblad Master" for his work as a fine art photojournalist. Lyle's work can be seen in many museum and private collections including the V&A in London who possess one of his Boomboxes in their permanent archive of 20th century historically significant objects. With an extensive list of celebrity and media clients Lyle is currently working on a fifteen-year-in-the-making passion project focused on imagery shot while a series of road trips through northern Mongolia.

Lyle Owerko

Boombox 6, 2010

Ilford paper archival pigment print
.
16 × 20 in
40.6 × 50.8 cm
Edition of 50
$500
30 × 44 in
76.2 × 111.8 cm
Edition of 25
$2,000
44 × 65 in
111.8 × 165.1 cm
Edition of 25
$4,000
60 × 90 in
152.4 × 228.6 cm
Edition of 5
$9,500
Location
Berkeley , San Francisco
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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