photographers Gorman, Greg (USA)

artwork infocusgalerie burkhard arnold

  • Greg Gorman, Andy Warhol, Los Angeles, 1986
  • Greg Gorman, Andy Warhol, Los Angeles, 1986

    Greg Gorman: Andy Warhol, Los Angeles, 1986, 20 x 24 in (50 x 60 cm) silvergelatine print from an edition of 25. Edition sold out. Last available print AP 3 from 3. Price 20.000 €.

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  • Greg Gorman, Sophia Loren, Rome, 1994
  • Greg Gorman, Sophia Loren, Rome, 1994

    Greg Gorman: Sophia Loren, Rome, 1994, 20 x 24 in (50 x 60 cm) silvergelatine print from an edition of 25. Please contact gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, Lisa-Ann, Los Angeles, 1988
  • Greg Gorman, Lisa-Ann, Los Angeles, 1988

    Greg Gorman: Lisa-Ann, Los Angeles, 1988, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm) fine art inkjet print from an edition of 25 mounted on cappa board. Please contact gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, Brigitte Nielson, Los Angeles, 1988, Vintage
  • Greg Gorman, Brigitte Nielson, Los Angeles, 1988, Vintage

    Greg Gorman: Brigitte Nielson, Los Angeles, 1988, Vintage, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm) silvergelatine print from an edition of 25. Please contact gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, David Bowie, New York, 1984
  • Greg Gorman, David Bowie, New York, 1984

    Greg Gorman: David Bowie, New York, 1984, 16 x 20 in (40,6 x 50,8 cm) fine art inkjet print mounted on cappa board in an editon of 25, signed, dated and numbered. Please ask gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, Grace Jones, Los Angeles, 1991
  • Greg Gorman, Grace Jones, Los Angeles, 1991

    Greg Gorman: Grace Jones, Los Angeles, 1991, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm) silvergelatine print from an edition of 25, signed, dated and numbered. Please contact gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, Leonardo Di Caprio, Los Angeles, 1997
  • Greg Gorman, Leonardo Di Caprio, Los Angeles, 1997

    Greg Gorman: Leonardo Di Caprio, Los Angeles, 1997, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm) fine art inkjet print from an edition of 25 mounted on cappa board, signed, dated and numbered. Please contact gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, Michal Jackson, 1987
  • Greg Gorman, Michal Jackson, 1987

    Greg Gorman: Michal Jackson, 1987, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm) fine art inkjet print from an edition of 25 mounted on cappa board, signed, dated and numbered. Please contact gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, Nina Hagen, Los Angeles, 1995
  • Greg Gorman, Nina Hagen, Los Angeles, 1995

    Greg Gorman: Nina Hagen, Los Angeles, 1995, 20 x 24 in (40 x 50 cm) silvergelatine print from an edition of 25, signed, dated and numbered. Please contact gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, Sisters, Los Angeles, 1990
  • Greg Gorman, Sisters, Los Angeles, 1990

    Greg Gorman: Sisters, Los Angeles, 1990, 16 x 20 in (40 x 50 cm) silvergelatine print from an edition of 25, signed, dated and numbered. Please contact gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, Kim Basinger, Los Angeles, 1986
  • Greg Gorman, Kim Basinger, Los Angeles, 1986

    Greg Gorman: Kim Basinger, Los Angeles, 1986, 16 x 22 in (40 x 50 cm) silvergelatine print from an edition of 25, signed, dated and numbered. Please contact gallery for price.

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  • Greg Gorman, Iman, Los Angeles, 1988
  • Greg Gorman, Iman, Los Angeles, 1988

    Greg Gorman, "Iman", Los Angeles, 1988, edition of 25 no 16/25, silvergelatine print, signed, dated and numbered, 16 x 20 in (40,6 x 50,8 cm).

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biography infocusgalerie burkhard arnold

Prices of silvergelatine prints and fine art inkjet prints are changing by the amount of sold copies. Photographs are available in the size 16 x 20" (40,6 x 50,8 cm) and 20 x 24" (50,8 x 61 cm) in an combined edition of 25 either as silvergelatine or as fine art inkjet prints, signed, dated and numbered. Prices start at 2000 € up to 20.000 €.

Acclaimed photographer Greg Gorman is a premier figure in modern photography. If representing the human form is an art, then Gorman is certainly a master. We won't bother listing all the famous faces who've paused before his lens; suffice to say that Gorman has probably photographed most everyone you've seen on the silver screen.

By the mid 1980s, Gorman's photography had become up-close and confrontational. That's when he decided to pull back the camera and literally strip people down for his personal artwork. Gorman's nudes have brought him international acclaim, with numerous published books and countless gallery exhibitions. These studies of the human form are a marriage of sensuality with the mystery he brought to his portraiture. Through the '90s and into the new millennium, Gorman continued to create these personal projects, working primarily in black-and-white and using natural light.

bibliography infocusgalerie burkhard arnold

Veröffentlichungen in Buchform:

„Vol. I"
„Vol. II"
„Inside Life"
„Perspectives"
„Just between us"
„As I see it"
„In their youth"
„Framed"