In his photographs, Roe Ethridge uses the real to suggest—or disrupt—the ideal. Through commercial images of fashion models, products, and advertisements, as well as intimate moments from his own daily life, he reveals the fine line between the generic and the personal, merging art-historical genres such as the still life or portrait with the increasingly pervasive image culture of the present. (Gagosian)
About Roe Ethridge
His work has been exhibited globally, in museums such as Contemporary Arts Center, Le Consortium, MoMA, the Whitney, ICA Boston, the Carnegie and the Barbican; and in galleries such as Gagosian, Andrew Kreps, Gladstone Gallery, Capitain Petzel, Campo Presti, Mai 36 Galerie, and greengrassi among others.