Mario Testino, ‘ Kate Moss (NPG)’, 2001, Artificial Gallery

In a very small edition of 3 only - in white-sprayed timber artist's frame, as published. Exhibited: "Mario Testino", National Portrait Gallery, London; "Mario Testino - Out of Fashion" Phillips De Pury, New York and Paris (2 venues). Provenance: Phillips de Pury. Literature: Pictured on the cover of the catalogue for National Portrait Gallery and full page in "Out of Fashion" catalogue. One copy owned by London National Portrait Gallery. Widely considered as one of the most iconic images in fashion photography.

About Mario Testino

Mario Testino is a fashion photographer who has come to define fashion as much as he documents it. Sometimes described as “luxury realism,” Testino’s style is intended to capture his subjects in moments of engagement or expression, as opposed to the vacant, glassy-eyed aesthetic of many of his contemporaries. “I photograph what I see—and what I want to see,” he says. Testino’s images are filled with life and personality—perhaps his most famous shoot was of radiant, vivacious Princess Diana, just months before her death in 1997.

Peruvian, b. 1954, Lima, Peru, based in London, United Kingdom

Group Shows

Hangaram Art Museum of Seoul, 
Vogue: Like A Painting
Guy Hepner, 
New York,
Guy Hepner, 
New York,
Annet Gelink Gallery, 
Fashion Photography