American photographer Brock Fetch is exhibiting and selling a vast array of images at Denver’s Foreign Form concept store and gallery.
Fetch is known for his time spent working with the New York hip-hop scene, having captured an emerging A$AP Rocky in 2011 and soon finding his work leading as the Live. Love. ASAP. album cover. Fetch has also captured the late Mac Miller, members of A$AP MOB, Mike D recording drums at Shangri-La Studios and Drake at a house party, as well as Travis Scott, Tyler The Creator, Action Bronson and many more.
One part of the exhibition at Foreign Form features eight limited-edition, large-scale photos and six original polaroids, while a large salon wall includes 40 framed prints, ranging in size and prices. In a press release, Foreign Form co-founder and co-curator Jason Siegel said, “Brock wanted all of the photos to be accessibly priced… A lot of younger kids idolize these musicians. We wanted them to have the chance to get their heroes on the wall, without breaking the bank.”
Fetch is famed for his candid approach that translates through his work. With hundreds of musicians trusting his vision, the images are organic and real, capturing the stars in their most natural environments — such as A$AP Rocky shooting hoops and A$AP Ferg in a supermarket.
Take a look at Brock Fetch’s work in the gallery above and check out more photographs on Foreign Form’s website. For those interested in purchasing a piece, contact email@example.com. Foreign Form will continue to host events related to Brock Fetch’s showcase until it closes on March 30th, 2020.
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Stoked to be switching directions in the gallery space this month by hosting our pal @brockfetch. Have you been in yet? If not, come on in! The show will be up until March 12th, and everything is very affordable (Only $50-$200 for everything you see on the big wall). We have lots of editions & a ton more on the rest of the walls including 8 24×36 pieces and a handful of original polaroids (not pictured). Come on in. We’re hyped.