Here we are again with Ryan McGinley, now 36, as he continues his exploration of the boundary between public and private. Since his early portraits and photographs shot in nature and consumerism-free spaces, the artist has changed. The candid magic seems to have given way to a more commercial classicism. The mosaics on display at the Team Gallery in Soho are still highly appealing.
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