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McGinley is an American photographer, born in 1977, Ramsey, New Jersey, and based in New York.
He has been the subject of a dozen monographic museum exhibitions including those at the Whitney Museum of American Art and MoMA/PS1 in New York; GAMeC in Bergamo; MUSAC in León; FOAM in Amsterdam and the Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna. Other exhibitions have included Galerie Perrotin and ARCO Madrid, among others, and has been represented at festivals and art fairs such as Düsseldorf Contemporary, Art Basel, and Frieze.
His work is represented in numerous public collections including The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the ICA Miami and the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Recent group appearances include the Fondazione Prada, the Detroit Institute of the Arts, Artspace in Sydney and Seoul’s Daelim Museum.