Jesper Haynes is an American/Swedish photographer who was born in Edinburgh, Scotland 1962. When he was 16 years old he met Andy Warhol in Stockholm who encouraged him to come and live in New York. Jesper started working for Ralph Gibson printing in the darkroom for five years where he spent days in the darkroom and nights at club Area while living in Larry Clark's apartment on Hudson and Canal. Currently, he shares his time between New York (where he is based), Bangkok, Paris and Tokyo. His photographs are part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm, Sweden.
From the artist:
A collection of images from various projects I worked on from early 1980’s until now, including: St. Marks 1986-2006; New York Darkroom; Haynesville; Gig; Brooklyn 11211; Shibuya Scramble; and newly taken images from Bangkok 2020/21.
- Publisher: Pinkuneko Publishing, 2021
- Book Size: 270 x 210 mm
- Language: English