Featuring portraits from the last six to eight years that were curated from Hom’s book “Profiles,” this eponymous exhibition shows exceptional profiles of art and film creatives, in addition to powerful images of the artist’s friends and relatives. Originating from editorial assignments and private sittings, the pictures comprise a glamorous excerpt of Hom’s repertoire. So we find Sienna Miller in an alluring outfit with an expressive hat, posing as if on a film set, and David Beckham in a moment of proud self-dramatization. There are also delicate and sensitive portraits of Hollywood icons, like Vanessa Redgrave, Glenn Close, and the younger generation of Anne Hathaway and Liv Tyler. Portraits of legendary film directors such as Roman Polanski, Julian Schnabel, Tim Burton, and Quentin Tarantino round out the roster of who’s who.
Marc Hom has made his mark as a top star in the world of international fashion photography, and he ranks among the leading portrait photographers living today. He is known for his timeless and classic portraits of some of the most creative, influential, and remarkable figures of our time. His subjects include personalities such as Christopher Walken, Alicia Vikander, Angelina Jolie, Kate Winslet, Iggy Pop, Ben Affleck, Michelle Obama, as well as high-profile politicians and royal families, for notable magazines such as W, Vanity Fair, GQ, Vogue Germany, Esquire, and Harper’s Bazaar. Hom lives with his family in Brooklyn Heights.
About the book “Profiles”:
Published by teNeues; 27.5 x 34 cm, 248 pages, forward by Anne Hathaway, hardcover with dust jacket, ca. 200 color and duplex photographs, text in English, German, and French, price: €79.90, ISBN: 978-3-8327-3433-6
About IMMAGIS Fine Art Photography:
IMMAGIS Gallery was founded in 2009 by Kathrin Köhler in Würzburg and specializes in contemporary photographic art. IMMAGIS stands for excellent, classic, and extravagant positions from the international photography scene; from the world’s top photographers to emerging young talents. In addition to its ongoing exhibition program, in 2012 the gallery developed and launched the contest “Entrepreneur 4.0 – Portraying Visions,” a photographic exploration of societal changes sparked by the fourth industrial revolution and the role of entrepreneurs in shaping the future. Since 2016, IMMAGIS has been located in the Museum Quarter of Munich. More information under: www.immagis.de
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