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I Am
Tyler Udall

I Am, Tyler Udall

I Am, Tyler UdallI Am
Tyler Udall
Little Black Gallery

Text by Molly Logan.


Edition of 200
68 pages
150 x 210 mm
ISBN Not Available


A series of moving and expressive works. Normative roles of identity become obsolete in these stripped-down images as his subjects embrace life without ego or limitations.

About the Artist
The forces that drive Tyler Udall’s work are a combination of his own sexual identity and the evolving societal shifts toward the acceptance and understanding of the LGBTQ+ community. His undeniably personal and emotionally compelling photographs are shaped by the familiarity the artist has with his subjects, most of whom are friends and past lovers.

As an emerging photographer, Tyler Udall (b 1979) has already made a big impact in the world of photography. He has shot for many high profile fashion and art magazines; published three books: August 2009-August 2010 (OH WOW Gallery, 2010) and Auguries of Innocence (Armour Press, 2015), and I Am (The Little Black Gallery, 2019); and exhibited worldwide. His images are reminiscent of other great fine-art photographers Juergen Teller and Ryan McGinley.

He has had three solo shows at The Little Black Gallery London; at Photo London with The Little Black Gallery (2015); and been part of the group show PINK at Colette Paris (2017) curated by Luis Venegas.

About the Contributor
Molly Logan is an expert in Generation Z behaviours, with a background in the history of photography as well as curatorial practice, where she was an assistant curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

About the Publisher
The Little Black Gallery operates as a photography gallery, publisher, and art consultancy – specialising in contemporary photography. The Little Black Gallery was originally set up by Tamara Beckwith Veroni, Lindsey Carlos Clarke and Ghislain Pascal in 2008, with a gallery space in Chelsea, London for ten years.

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