Garry Gross (November 6, 1937 – November 30, 2010) was an American fashion photographer. Born in New York, Gross began his career as a commercial photographer, apprenticing with photographers Francesco Scavullo and James Moore and studying with master photographers Lisette Model and Richard Avedon.
Oct 02, 2009 · The original photograph of Brooke Shields by Garry Gross, which Richard Prince used in his artwork displayed at the Tate. Photograph: Gary Gross Author: Christopher Turner.
Gross was the photographer of a controversial set of nude images taken in 1975 of a then ten-year-old Brooke Shields with the consent of her mother, Teri Shields, for the Playboy publication Sugar 'n' Spice. The images portray Shields nude, standing and sitting in a bathtub, wearing makeup and covered in oil. Two of the images were full-frontal.Born: November 6, 1937, Bronx, New York, U.S.
Nude photos of Brooke Shields, taken by photographer Garry Gross, when Shields was 10, were displayed in Manhattan's American Fine Arts Gallery, September 10th, 1998. The actress had sued Gross in 1981, tearfully testifying that the pictures embarrassed her, but a court decision in 1983 gave Gross the okay to display the photos.
Garry Gross was an American fashion photographer best known for his nude images of adolescents. View Garry Gross’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction prices.Nationality: American.