Coco Young
Photographer

Coco Young is a photographer based in New York City. She is originally from Marseilles, France, where she started shooting images with disposable cameras on her way to school every morning. She has been modeling for the past two years which enabled her to travel and shoot images all over the world. She kept taking pictures in order to not feel too lonely on the road and so she could show her friends what she would see during her travels. She will be starting a new chapter of her life by attending Columbia University in New York in the spring of 2012.

Coco Young
Photographer

Coco Young is a photographer based in New York City. She is originally from Marseilles, France, where she started shooting images with disposable cameras on her way to school every morning. She has been modeling for the past two years which enabled her to travel and shoot images all over the world. She kept taking pictures in order to not feel too lonely on the road and so she could show her friends what she would see during her travels. She will be starting a new chapter of her life by attending Columbia University in New York in the spring of 2012.

  • Gego. Measuring Infinity
    Jul 11, 2023 – Apr 2, 2024
    Guggenheim
    Bilbao, Spain
    The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao presents Gego. Measuring Infinity, a major retrospective offering a fully integrated view of the work by German-Venezuelan artist Gertrud Goldschmidt (b. 1912, Hamburg; d. 1994, Caracas), also known as Gego, and her distinctive approach to the language of abstraction. Arranged chronologically and thematically, the exhibition examines the artist’s formal and conceptual contributions through her organic forms, linear structures, and modular abstractions. (more…)
  • John Bock: PARA-SCHIZO, ensnarled
    Oct 26 – Dec 13, 2023
    Anton Kern Gallery
    New York, USA
    After a five-year hiatus, German artist John Bock is returning to New York to inaugurate his eleventh exhibition at Anton Kern Gallery with a “lecture” (performance) on the night of the opening. Bock’s universe is a bold, even daring synthesis of different genres including sculpture, performance, and film. In it, material objects, language, and the human body are given equal value; their interactions are powered by the logic of the collage principle, the combination of disparate entities to create a new thing. (more…)