The New York photographer Ryan McGinley has always struck a balance between good timing and careful staging. Not to take anything away from those who discovered him, like Sylvia Wolf, who gave McGinley a solo show at New York’s Whitney Museum in 2003, making the twenty-five year old artist the youngest ever to receive that honor. Body Loud, an exhibition at the Galerie Perrotin in Paris, plays with the past.
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