Glen Luchford


Luchford has published six books, Jenny Saville & Glen Luchford: Closed Contact, Gagosian Gallery (2002), Glen Luchford (2009), Damaged Negatives (2013), Glen Luchford: Pictorialism (2014), The Agony and the Ecstasy (2018), and his most recent book, Glen Luchford: Prada 96-98 (2020).

His work is collected by some of the most prestigious museums in the world such as, The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, MoMA, New York, The Getty, Los Angeles, MoCa, Los Angeles, The Hermitage, Russia, Dallas Contemporary and the Guggenheim Museum, Los Angeles, for their permanent archive.

A biographical interview with him is held in the Oral History of British Photography wing at the British Library. One of Luchford’s first collaborations was with the visceral British painter Jenny Saville, with their photographs having been exhibited in art galleries and cultural centers including the ICA, London, Pace MacGill, New York, and the Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles. Their collaborative process is also the subject of a 1998 documentary film.

In 2001, Luchford directed the film Here to Where, about a filmmaker wanting to make a film about a man stranded at an airport. Nominated for the Michael Powell award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. The film is considered to be an inspiration for Steven Spielberg’s The Terminal. Glen was awarded Silver at the Ciclope Film Festival in Berlin for Direction of the Gucci AW17 campaign film.

Permanent Collection:

The Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Moma, New York The Getty, Los Angeles

The Hermitage, Russia Dallas Contemporary Guggenheim Museum, Los Angeles

Books:

Jenny Saville & Glen Luchford: Closed Contact – Gagosian Gallery (2002)

Glen Luchford (2009)

Damaged Negatives (2013)

Glen Luchford: Pictorialism (2014)

The Agony and the Ecstasy (2018)