LET'S GET LOST
a collaboration by
Andrew Kuykendall & Langley Fox Hemingway
Saturday, November 12, 2016
(VIP & Press Preview 6-7pm)
Chainlink Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition of works by Langley Fox Hemingway and Andrew Kuykendall.
The exhibition will showcase original one-of-a-kind black and white drawings by Langley Fox Hemingway and fine-art film photography by Andrew Kuykendall, in addition to six art pieces created by the artists together. These unique works marry the art forms of photography and drawing, alluding to the ever-present cultural crossovers between the industries of art, fashion, design and photography in our current world.
About the Artists:
Langley Fox Hemingway
Originally from Sun Valley, Idaho, Langley’s love for drawing began as a child with her exposure to amazing natural environments. Descending from a family of artists, including her maternal great-grandfather, Ernest Hemingway, her father, film-maker Stephen Crisman, and her mother, actress Mariel Hemingway, drawing is how Langley expresses her creative energy.
After studying fashion design at Otis College of Art and Design in L.A. Langley moved to NYC to continue her education at Parsons The New School, NYC.
Her drawings have an elaborate yet natural and primal feel to them. She has been commissioned by to create artworks for well-known brands such as Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, L’Officiel Hommes, Alice & Olivia, and Pamela Love. The artist and model has also collaborated with Sportsmax, Forever 21, and Christy Dawn.
Andrew Kuykendall’s unique photographic style of imagery creation combines raw elegance with a deep affection for color. Since the early 2000’s, his work, along with that of a pool of several other talented creatives, has contributed to shaping the counter culture of photography, art, advertising and design.
His lifelong affair with the camera began with the use of a Polaroid in the early 1980’s as a child. Early on he became fascinated by capturing life through the eye of a lens.
A eighteen he traveled the world, documenting his experiences with a camera. By then he knew photography was his calling. After graduating from Art Center College of Design he pursued a formal career in fashion photography.
In addition to his work gracing the covers of numerous international magazines and editorial campaigns he has shown his fine art photography in galleries across the globe.
Film has a special look and feel and it is Andrew’s medium of choice.