Steven Kasher Gallery presents Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You to Love Me, a retrospective of the British artist's cinematic fashion-based work. The 20 large-scale color photographs in the exhibition present a satirical, darkly humorous view of women, fashion, and commodification today. Aldridge creates an entirely believable world just slightly beyond our own: hyper-sexualized, hyper-materialistic, and full of dread. Think Stepford Wives on acid.
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