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Josh Aronson

Photographer

Josh Aronson (American, b. 1994) is a photographer whose intimate images act as insight into the politics of youth culture today. Working across many different genres, he portrays a diverse cast of youth in naturally lit and tropical settings. In 2017, at the age of 23, Aronson became one of the youngest photographers to publish portraits in The New York Times for Tyler Mitchell’s appearance in the Style section. In 2018 he opened his first solo presentation at the Nizhny Tagil Museum of Fine Arts in Russia. In 2019 his first American solo exhibition, I Thought About Posting This, opened at Congruent Space Gallery in Chicago. In addition to his exhibited work, Aronson regularly creates images for fashion, beauty and editorial clientele, including The New York Times, Dior and Teen Vogue, among others. He has spoken to a number of publications on the politics of image making and youth culture including Vogue Italia, Garage Magazine and i-D. He currently lives and works between Brooklyn, New York and Miami, Florida.

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