Eric Kroll has worked as a photographer for many well-known publications including Vogue, Elle, the New York Times and Der Spiegel and is internationally known for his work in fetish photography. His work and the story of his impressive accolades in the world of photography are detailed in this week's TW cover story.
This Saturday, June 25 Etherton Gallery (135 S 6th Ave.) will be hosting a pop-up event featuring the photographer.
The pop-up event will include a talk and Q & A with Kroll, where he will discuss his various interests and career as a famed photographer. With a career as long and infamous as Kroll’s, his stories are sure to excite and entertain. Those in attendance will get to glance into the mind of an artist who has never been afraid to push the envelope in the realm of sexually explorative photography.
This gallery event is a unique opportunity to see some of Kroll’s black and white photography, most of which were publish in a variety of magazines and books. The gallery will also feature Kroll’s newer work.
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