by Natasha Wolff | July 16, 2019 1:00 pm
Even if you’ve already got a copy of Kate, Mario Sorrenti’s photographic paean to a teenage Kate Moss, there’s nothing quite like seeing the originals.
The Dallas Contemporary presents “Kate,” 58 of Sorrenti’s black-and-white portraits of his then girlfriend along with something far more exclusive: the photographer’s first Super 8mm film of the as-yet-undiscovered supermodel. “We’re talking nobody’s ever seen it except Mario and Kate,” says gallery executive director Peter Doroshenko.
“Kate” will be on view through August 25 with a complementary show: “Self Service: Twenty-Five Years of Fashion, People and Ideas Reconsidered,” an exhibition celebrating the biannual Parisian periodical through photography, graphic design, and more.
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