Ryan McGinley dominates this category of photography book - the lives of the young and the restless. As one of the most critically acclaimed photographers working today and rightfully considered the voice of his generation, no other photographer or artist has so indelibly captured the millennial zeitgeist.
This new monograph focuses exclusively on the work Ryan McGinley is best known for - beautiful images of carefree college-age kids on road trips frolicking in surreally beautiful landscape settings: mountains, lakes, vast fields.
David Rimanelli began writing about art in 1988 and has chronicled developments in the New York art world for over two decades. From 1993 to 1999, he was an editor and writer for the New Yorker and, since 1997, has been a contributing editor at Artforum, writing also for Bookforum, Interview, Vogue Paris, frieze, Parkett, the New York Times, and Flash Art. He wrote some of the first articles on artists who are now influential figures, ranging from Cindy Sherman, Mike Kelley, Thomas Ruff, and Matthew Barney to Carol Bove and Nate Lowman.