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Greg Gorman


Greg Gorman born in 1949, Missouri

For over four decades Greg Gorman has evolved a unique and discerning style through his portraits of celebrities, explorations into human nature and the male and female nude.

Gorman’s work has been widely catalogued through books including Greg Gorman Volumes I and II; Framed, a book of photos for the award winning l.a. Eyeworks campaign; In Their Youth: Early Portraits, which incorporates 40 years of unseen work; and most recently, his tenth monograph Outside the Studio, a collection of street photography in Southeast Asia.

He attended the University of Kansas for photojournalism and the University of Southern California for an MFA in cinematography. He has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Professional Photographers of America, the Achievement in Portraiture Award from the Lucie Foundation and the Pacific Design Center Stars of Design award.

Gorman is well known for documenting society’s peculiar obsession with the 21st century celebrity. Photographer Greg Gorman currently divides his time between Los Angeles and Mendocino, California.


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For over four decades, Greg Gorman has continued to master the art of photography. From celebrity portraits and advertising campaigns to magazine layouts and fine art work, Greg has developed and showcased a discriminating and unique style in his profession. Greg’s work documents that peculiar obsession of the 21st century celebrity. His photography is timeless and not confined to has-beens, hot properties, and wannabes. Each shot gives a picture of human nature in its infinite range. Each picture is also a testament to the individual character. “For me a photograph is most successful when it doesn’t answer all the questions,” says Gorman, “and it leaves something to the imagination.”

In 1985, through the advice of illustrator Antonio Lopez, Gorman realized that he needed a creative outlet in addition to the commercial work that launched his career. He then began to expand his personal work exploring the human form and became a notable photographer for not only his celebrity portraiture but also his figure studies of the male and female nude.

When not shooting famous faces, Greg travels the world for specialized photographic projects and continues to work on compilations of his imagery. Greg will publish his 10th monograph this coming Spring, entitled ‘Outside the Studio’, a collection of his street photography in South East Asia, published by Grafiche Damiani. A book of his photos for the award winning L.A. Eyeworks campaign, entitled Framed was released in 2012. In the fall of 2009, Damiani Editore released In Their Youth: Early Portraits, which incorporates forty years of unpublished work. These join Gorman’s previously published books Greg Gorman Volume I, Greg Gorman Volume II, Inside Life, Perspectives, As I See It, Just Between Us and a book of platinum prints entitled Odes to Pindar, published by The Journal of the 21st Century.

Greg Gorman has been recognized for his contribution to the world of photography with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Professional Photographers of America, the Achievement in Portraiture Award from The Lucie Foundation and the Pacific Design Center Stars of Design award. Greg has also been acknowledged for his charitable works for The Elton John Aids Foundation, Aids Healthcare Foundation, Focus on Aids, The Oscar De La Hoya Foundation, Vox/Out Voices of Style + Design, PETA, Angel Art, and PawsLA.


Solo Exhibitions

2015 Hohmann Fine Art, Palm Desert, CA
2014 Photo 14 “A Distinct Vision”, Zurich, Switzerland
  Hotel Du Rome “A Distinct Vision”, Berlin, Germany
2013 Imaging USA “A Distinct Vision”, Atlanta, GA
  Sohn Fine Arts “A Distinct Vision”, Stockbridge, MA
  Leslie & Lohman Museum “Odes to Pindar”, New York, NY
  Capture Photo Festival “A Distinct Vision”, Vancouver, Canada
  Helmut Newton Foundation Museum “Men”, Berlin, Germany
2012 Nordic Light Photo Festival “A Distinct Vision”, Kristiansund, Norway
  Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography “A Distinct Vision”, Moscow, Russia
  Krasnoyarsk Museum Center “A Distinct Vision”, Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia
  Galerie Foc “A Distinct Vision”, Cologne, Germany
  Rahmi M. Kok Museum “A Distinct Vision”, Istanbul, Turkey
2011 Design Center of the Americas “A Distinct Vision”, Miami, FL
  Design Center Houston “A Distinct Vision”, Houston, TX
  Maisonry/I Wolk Gallery “A Distinct Vision”, Napa, CA
  St. Moritz Arts Masters, St. Moritz, Switzerland
  Monika Mohr Galerie “10th Anniversary”, Hamburg, Germany
  Christian Jungwirth Galerie “A Distinct Vision”, Graz, Austria
2010 Fotofestival Horizonte, Zingst, Germany
  Pacific Design Center “A Distinct Vision”, Los Angeles, CA
2009 Annenberg Space for Photography “L8s Ang3les”, Los Angeles, CA
  Monika Mohr Galerie “Magic, Mystery and Masquerade”, Hamburg, Germany
  Kunsthalle Vienna “The Portrait: Photography as a Stage”, Vienna, Austria
  Benham Gallery “Body Sublime”, Seattle, WA
  Gaysorn Gallery “Fashion and Fame”, Bangkok, Thailand
2008 East/West Gallery “The Human Landscape”, Santa Barbara,CA
2007 Zen Gallery “9 Days in the Kingdom”, Bangkok
2006 Meetwork Gallery “Perspectives”, Torino, Italy
  Shutters “Perspectives”, Houston, TX
  Monika Mohr Galerie “Nudes”, Hamburg, Germany
  Fay Gold Gallery “The Photography Show”, New York, NY
  Miami Art Museum “Modern Photographs”, Miami, FL
2005 Monika Mohr Galerie “Perspectives”, Hamburg, Germany
  Galerie Wouter van Leeuwen “Perspectives”, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  Dianne Strauss Salon Prive “8”, Santa Fe, NM
2004 La Laundry “Perspectives” Marbella, Spain
  Arthur Roger “As I See It”, New Orleans, LA
  Young Gallery “Perspectives”, Brussels, Belgium
2003 Young Gallery “Perspectives”, Brussels, Belgium
2002 Momus Gallery “As I See It”, Atlanta, GA
  Modernbook “As I See It”, Los Angeles, CA
  The Millinery Works “Just Between Us”, London, England
  Fahey/Klein Gallery “Just Between Us”, Los Angeles, CA
  Benham Gallery “As I See It”, Seattle, WA
  Dianne Strauss Salon Prive “Just Between Us”, Santa Fe, NM
  Arthur Roger Gallery “Just Between Us/Perspectives”, New Orleans, LA
  American Fine Arts “Just Between Us”, New York, NY
2001 Modernbook “As I See It”, Palo Alto, CA
  Galerie Vonderbank “Perspectives”, Frankfurt, Germany
  Acte 2 Gallery “Perspectives”, Paris, France
  Modernbook “Inside Life”, Palo Alto, CA
  The Stamper Gallery “Inside Life”, Kansas City, KS
2000 Gallery Bershad “As I See It”, Boston, MA
  Rizzoli Gallery “As I See It”, San Francisco, CA
1999 Provincetown Group Gallery “Inside Life”, Provincetown, RI
  Kunsthaus “Inside Life”, Hannover, Germany
  Scavi Scaligeri “Perspectives”, Verona, Italy
  Instituto de Artes Visuais “Inside Life”, Lisbon, Portugal
1998 Lewallen Contemporary Gallery “Inside Life”, Santa Fe, NM
  Gallery of Photography “Inside Life”, Dublin, Ireland
  National Film Institute “Inside Life”, Copenhagen, Denmark
1997 Fay Gold Gallery “Inside Life”, Atlanta, GA
  Fahey/Klein Gallery “Inside Life”, Los Angeles, CA
  Govinda Gallery “Inside Life”, Washington D.C.
  Tatar/Alexander Gallery “Inside Life”, Toronto, Canada
  Palais Palffy Gallery “Inside Life”, Vienna, Austria
  Kunsthaus Gallery “Inside Life”, Cologne, Germany
  Galerie Claire Fontaine “Inside Life”, Luxembourg
  Special Photographers Gallery “Inside Life”, London, England
1996 “Kissing” show: S.K. Josefsberg Gallery - Portland, OR
  Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA
  Kunsthaus Gallery “Erotica”, Cologne, Germany
  Leyendecker Gallery “Erotica”, Spain
  Galerie Rudolf Mangisch Gallery “Inside Life”, Zurich, Switzerland
  American Fine Arts Gallery, New York, NY
  Mackin-Katz Gallery, Boulder, CO
  Fahey-Klein Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  After Image Gallery, Dallas, TX
  “Kissing” show: Mitsukoshi Gallery - Tokyo, Japan;
  G Ray Hawkins Gallery - Los Angeles, CA
  Camera Obscura Gallery - Denver, CO;
  Yancey Richardson Gallery - New York, NY
1994 Charles Cowles Gallery, New York, NY
  Pheremone Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1993 Simon Lowinsky Gallery, New York, NY
  G Ray Hawkins Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  Galerie Claire Fontaine, Luxembourg
  Apicella Gallery, Cologne, Germany
  Imagination Gallery, London, England
1992 Diane Farris Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
  Parco Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
  Edelman Gallery, Chicago, IL
  Faye Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA
1991 Staley - Wise Gallery “How She Looks”, New York, NY
  Hutchings - Sealy Gallery “Hollywood: The Glamour and Allure”, Galveston, TX
  PPS Galerie, F.C. Gundlach, Berlin, Germany
1990 Philadelphia Art Alliance “Portraits In Contemporary Photography”, Philadelphia, PA
  Orlando Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  Kate Heller Gallery, London, England
  G. Ray Hawkins Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
  Govinda Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1989 G. Ray Hawkins Gallery “The Nude: Male/Female”, Los Angeles, CA
  Govinda Gallery “New Nudes”, Washington, D.C.
1987 G. Ray Hawkins Gallery Group Show, Los Angeles, CA
1984 G. Ray Hawkins Gallery “Working in L.A. Part One”, Los Angeles, CA
1983 Jennifer Dumas Gallery “Modern Masters Show”, Los Angeles, CA
1982 Carter - Sarkin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Florence Rice Gallery, Kansas City, KS







Museum and Public Collections

Los Angeles County Museum of Art  
Houston Museum of Fine Arts  
Colorado Museum of Art