Nicholas Calcott

Upcoming Travel:   UK, France, and Switzerland, December 20 - January 5

Materials palette (Metropolis, 2016, Things)

01/16

Anicka Yi (T Magazine, 2017, Portraits)

02/16

Rubin Museum archives (Uovo, 2017, Things)

03/16

Toyin Odutola (T Magazine, 2017, Portraits)

04/16

(Mociun, 2017, Misc. Work, Mociun)

05/16

Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock possessions (Frieze, 2016, Artists’ Artifacts)

06/16

Lia Chavez (T Magazine, 2016, Portraits)

07/16

Tara Donovan (WWD, 2017, Portraits); Simon Birch (Surface, 2016)

08/16

First Christian Church, Columbus, IN (Herman Miller/WHY, 2017, Columbus, Herman Miller)

09/16

Ligne Roset factory (Dwell, 2011, Interiors/Architecture)

10/16

Metropolitan Museum of Art, European Painting offices (T Magazine, 2016, Met Museum, T Magazine)

11/16

Madeleine Gins (T Magazine, 2013, Portraits)

12/16

John Giorno studio detail (T Magazine, 2015, Interiors/Architecture)

13/16

Shape Collection (Mociun, 2015, Misc. Work for Mociun)

14/16

Daniel Arsham (Departures, 2017, Portraits)

15/16

Emily Sundblad (T Magazine, 2014, Portraits)

16/16

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About Nicholas Calcott

Nicholas Calcott was born in 1983 in Midland, MI.  He currently lives and works in New York, NY.

He was named one of PDN’s 30 New And Emerging Photographers To Watch in 2017 and was a Tierney Foundation Fellow in 2011.

He’s on Instagram as ncott and posts to blog.nicholascalcott.com

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Contact

+1 (646) 331-5786
n@nicholascalcott.com
114 Macdonough St.
Brooklyn, NY, 11216

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Selected Clients

Aldo
Best Made
Casa Brutus
Departures
Dwell
Elle France
The Fader
Fast Company
Feit
Frieze
FT Weekend
Guardian Weekend Magazine
Herman Miller
Kettle
Madame Figaro Japon
Metropolis
Miyake Issey Foundation
Mociun
Olson Kundig
Phaidon
Popular Mechanics
PopovBass
Refinery29
Stella
Surface
T: The New York Times Style Magazine
Travel + Leisure
Uovo
Wallpaper
Winkreative
Wired
WWD

Selected Tearsheets



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