Tyler Mitchell is an Atlanta-born, Brooklyn-based photographer and filmmaker whose work stands at the intersection of photography, fashion, art, and film. Mitchell recently became the first black photographer to shoot the cover of Vogue. Joining Mitchell in conversation is Ashleigh Kane, arts and culture editor at Dazed Digital.

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Our ICP Museum–public program combination ticket grants $10 entry to the galleries starting at 4:30 PM to those attending the program. Tickets are only available online when you register for the program.

Meet and Greet

Interested in meeting Tyler Mitchell ahead of the program? Purchase a ticket for a private meet-and-greet prior to the program (5:45–6:15 PM). Limited tickets available.

Public $20
ICP Members $17


Tyler Mitchell (b. 1995, Atlanta, GA) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received a BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in film and television. Mitchell stands at the intersection of photography, fashion, art, and film. In 2015, he self-published his first photo book, El Paquete, which documented architecture and skateboarding scenes in Havana, Cuba. In 2018, he made history as the first black photographer to shoot the cover of American Vogue, photographing Beyoncé for the magazine’s September issue. Across photography and film, Mitchell has also worked with Solange, Teen Vogue, Dazed, i-D magazine, Office magazine, The Fader magazine, Marc Jacobs, Mercedes Benz, Givenchy, and Converse. He was featured in the 2016 Dazed 100 list of creatives shaping culture and, in 2017, was profiled in the New York Times Up Next column about emerging artists. He has exhibited in group shows with Artsy, Red Hook Labs, and the Aperture Foundation.

Ashleigh Kane is a curator, producer, consultant, and freelance writer and copywriter, and frequently shifts amongst the realms of subculture, fashion, art, music, and beauty. Born in Melbourne, she has been based in London since 2009 and previously worked in public relations before joining the Dazed Digital team in 2013. She became the arts and culture editor in 2014. In November 2017, Ashleigh’s first solo show as a curator, Am I Making Sense, was sponsored by Melissa Shoes. It featured Ruth Ossai with stylist Ibrahim Kamara, Shon Faye with director Bec Evans, and Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee with set designer Clarissa Livock.

In summer 2016, alongside New York's Art Baby Gallery’s Grace Miceli, she curated a one-night-only exhibition titled A New Sensation at Mother London. The show featured twenty London-based artists, including Campbell Addy, Ronan Mckenzie, and Polly Nor, and was attended by over 500 people. Selected clients include Gucci, Versus Versace, Nike, ASOS, The Body Shop, Brick Magazine, Unseen Amsterdam, NOWNESS, and Gap Jeans.

TOP IMAGE: © Tyler Mitchell