Sandro Miller

(American, b. 1958)

October 2019

Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters 

The Mac-Gryder Gallery in New Orleans is pleased to present photographer Sandro Miller’s groundbreaking collaboration, “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters.” The exhibition opens to the public beginning with an artist’s reception on Saturday, October 5, 2019 (6-9pm) as part of the citywide annual Art for Art’s Sake event.

For the first time in North America, the complete project will open as an entire show, comprising more than 60 photographs taken over two sessions in 2014 and 2017. Photographer Sandro Miller will be present for the opening.

For this project, Miller and his team painstakingly researched and prepared recreations of 62 iconic photographs that he says influenced him deeply as a photographer.

“This is a project that in hindsight was just insane to take on,” says Miller. “We did 41 shots in six 14-hour days in 2014. Then, in August of 2017, we shot another 21 in three days for a total of 62 to complete the homage series. We all knew, including John, that if we didn’t conquer every single shot to complete perfection, we could become the laughingstock of this very brutal industry.”

Available works by Sandro Miller

Artist Biography

Sandro Miller first became interested in photography at the age of 16, when he was exposed to the work of Irving Penn. Miller’s career now spans over thirty years, and he has photographed for clients such as American Express, Dove, Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Nike, and Nikon, with whom he has a longstanding working relationship. His editorial work has been featured in The New Yorker, GQ, Time, Forbes, Wired, New York Magazine, and ESPN The Magazine, among others. He won Saatchi & Saatchi Best New Director Award for his short film Butterflies, featuring John Malkovich, and a 2014 Lucie Award for International Photographer of the Year, and has been voted one of the top 200 advertising photographers in the world for the past five years.


CBS This Morning 2016


Budapest Photo Festival