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New York's Danziger Projects is inaugurating its new space with a two-room show full of photographs of Kate Moss. The gallery collected the prints of 11 artists who have snapped the supermodel, including Chuck Close, Annie Leibovitz, Glen Luchford, Mert & Marcus, Terry Richardson, David Sims, Mario Sorrenti, Juergen Teller, Mario Testino, Inez Van Lamsweerde + Vinoodh Matadin and Bruce Weber.
From a press release:
In a career that has lasted 23 years to date, it can be said that Moss's particular beauty and singular figure have made her more of a muse than a supermodel. No matter what she is wearing (or not wearing) Moss invariably becomes the subject of the photograph, supercharging the image and inspiring photographers to create some of their most imaginative work. Unselfconscious and unapologetic, Moss's persona and sensuality have not only changed our notions of beauty but also influenced the culture at large.
The exhibit runs from May 12 to June 30. For more, visit DanzigerProjects.com.
1994 in Times Square during her first trip to N.Y.C.
1993...Kate previously told T magazine this image was one of her favorites: "Even though I wasn't that naïve at the time, I really look it. I was in a relationship with him at the time and it was a very intense period of my life -- it was my growing-up stage. I think I was 18 or something. I'd left London and went to New York and everything started to happen."