"Norman knows how to use the flat surface. He imbues it with the physicality that he knows as an actor, the spatial sense when you’re moving around in that rectangle. The spontaneity of live action next to the STILLness of death, fake, stuffed…real." —KIM GORDON
Norman Reedus has an indelible way of capturing the beauty and mystery in others. His photographs are beautiful and terrifying, macabre and provoking, alternately dark and sublime. In his new never before exhibited series of photographs, Reedus shares portraits of Diane Kruger, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Hideo Kojima, Lena Dunham and many more to reveal the faces that inhabit his electrifying life.
Norman is never without his camera. Like his life on set and in the real world, Reedus’s images vacillate between the real and surreal. Certain portraits remain vivid and clear, while others are washed in intrigue: grainy, hazy and obscured. What unites all of these faces are the eyes that see them: Norman’s. From those eyes come a piercing intimacy, both precious and rare.