Haynes and Rickards are close friends in life, to the point that their shared vacation prompted dating rumors, and Shields says “they made it very easy because they were not afraid to give me everything they had.” He continues, “With Colton and Emily it was perfect. You could really feel they knew each other and trusted each other, and that was amazing.”
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Very excited to be in an Auction with Henri Cartier-Bresson, Irving Penn Horst P. Horst some of the great all time legends. #phillipsauction #henricartierbreson #irvingpenn #tylershields #horstphorst Click here to see Tyler Shields Phillips auction 2015
I am very excited to announce my work “Bunny” has been added to the most recent auction in London Click here to see Tyler Shields Phillips auction 2015
A rare and incredible look inside Hearst Castle with Lydia Hearst and Guests.
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Photo on Display at Andrew Weiss Gallery
Andrew Weiss Gallery: Santa Monica, California
May 19, 2015 until June 30, 2015
*Opening reception May 16, 2015 by RSVP
SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA—Andrew Weiss Gallery is pleased to present Historical Fiction, an exhibition of new works by Los Angeles-based photographer Tyler Shields. Historical Fiction was photographed in locations across the United States over a period of twelve months through early 2015. These large-scale color-saturated and black and white photographs are the artist’s powerful interpretations of iconic moments and individual reactions to 1960s American political and pop culture history including the first men on the moon, the disbanding of The Beatles, the Golden Age of air travel, racial violence, and the deaths of James Dean, John F. Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Marilyn Monroe. The series also includes a four-minute video installation featuring Nathan Fillion and Christa B. Allen called Man on the Moon. Historical Fiction reflects on the complicated, controversial, and emotional times of one of the most influential eras in modern history in ways that have never been seen before. The series will be on view at Andrew Weiss Gallery from May 19, 2015 until June 27, 2015.