Trunk Archive To Represent Bruce Weber Exclusively

Trunk Archive has announced it has signed an exclusive agreement with Bruce Weber.


Trunk Archive, a creative image licensing company based in New York City, announces that it has entered into an exclusive arrangement with Bruce Weber, to license his existing library of photographic works.

This is the first time that Mr. Weber has made his vast and iconic collection of imagery viewable, searchable and licensable by creative directors, photo editors, and art buyers worldwide. Photographer and filmmaker BRUCE WEBER first rose to international prominence in the early eighties on the success of images that combined classical styling with the more visceral underpinnings of desire, mood, and sexuality. His ability to construct a seamless sense of romance and drama created the central iconic imagery for fashion houses like Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Versace, and Abercrombie and Fitch, as well as earning him an enduring presence as a contributor to magazines at the very highest levels in the industry.

Throughout his career, Weber continues to work in various forms. He has directed seven short and feature length films, published more than 27 books, and has had more than 60 exhibitions worldwide. TRUNK ARCHIVE represents the archives of many of the world’s most talented and sought-after photographers from the realms of fashion, beauty, lifestyle, celebrity, architecture, interiors and travel.

Their impressive roster lists Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, Miles Aldridge, Hedi Slimane, Max Vadukul, Patrick Demarchelier, Nick Knight, Pamela Hanson, Mary Ellen Mark, Francois Halard, Steve Hiett and Peggy Sirota amongst many others.

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