Lauren Greenfield
Generation Wealth

CALLING LONDON – GENERATION WEALTH screens on June 2nd and 3rd at Sundance London 2018

GENERATION WEALTH will open in Toronto on July 27th

New updated installation images of GENERATION WEALTH at the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo (check out EXHIBITION section of this website)

LA’s Hammer Museum special screening of GENERATION WEALTH on 6/15 – free to public, first-come, first-served

“Precise, eye-opening, and absolutely chilling!” – INDIEWIRE

Lauren Greenfield’s latest record-breaking viral commercial smashes through 20 million YouTube views

Watch the official (record-breaking) trailer for GENERATION WEALTH here

Lauren Greenfield wins two Gold Cube Awards from the Art Directors Club for “Best Book” and “Best of Photography”

GENERATION WEALTH monograph storms back onto Amazon’s Best Seller list once again!

GENERATION WEALTH exhibition to open at Fotomuseum in The Hague on September, 2018

Now showing at the Nobel Peace Center (Oslo), Lauren Greenfield’s GENERATION WEALTH exhibition.

Film Comment’s interviews Lauren Greenfield about GENERATION WEALTH

Broadly – “Our Obsession with Wealth and Youth Is Making Us All Soulless and Insane”

 

FILM REVIEWS

i-D – “A brilliant new film!”

SCREEN INTERNATIONAL – “An insightful and scathing look at society’s obsession with excess”

INDIEWIRE – “Precise, eye-opening, and absolutely chilling!”

Daily Beast film review – “A Blistering Takedown of Greedy Kardashian Culture”

Blogcritics film review – “An intriguing and pointed revelation of the shifting socioeconomic plates of excess”

Little White Lies film review – “Documentarian Lauren Greenfield(‘s)…bold, personal meditation on money and obsession.”

ZEIT Online film review – “It’s Your Own Fault: Wealth does not make you happy!”

ROGEREBERT.COM film review – “A stunningly deeply resonant documentary”

GENERATION WEALTH is named Best of Sundance by SlashFilm

NonFics film review – “Greenfield’s stinging indictment of greed and excess also packs an unexpected emotional wallop.”

Slash Film film review – GENERATION WEALTH “will almost certainly be one of the best documentaries of 2018.”

Variety film review – “Greenfield is on to something in this unexpectedly personal documentary of the same name — she makes a compelling argument for a society on the brink of precipitous decline”

 

ART REVIEWS, BOOK REVIEWS, & PRESS COVERAGEBookForum, Library Journal, WNYC/Money TalkingCreative Review, Financial Times, The Times (UK)New York Review of Books, New York Times, artnet, Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, Art in America, Artsy, ArtForum (Phaidon monograph/NY exhibit review), Aperture, Brooklyn Rail, Blouinartinfo, Goodreads, Refinery29, Observer, CNN, Money Magazine, L’Obs, New York Magazine, NY Post, Metro USA, untapped cities, Observer, Quartz, Glam, Aftenposten, De Standaard, National Geographic Germany, Focus Magazine, ArtForum (LA exhibit), Professional Photography (UK), The New York Times

Creative Review gives GENERATION WEALTH its Special Award for “Photography Book of the Year”

“This body of work is extraordinary, fascinating, and an almost anthropological look at the ways in which wealth and status are ­displayed.” – Library Journal

NY REVIEW OF BOOKS – “At its best, Greenfield’s work provides a shocking, rigorous, and needed visual language for society’s worst excesses. A decade ago, to visit this world might have seemed like cultural anthropology. It might even have been an optional exercise. Today, in the age of Donald, Melania, and the Mnuchins, it is a necessary, even captivating, task—if, at times, a repulsive one.”

“Undeniably one of the most memorable photography shows of the year.” – Collector Daily’s 3 out of 3 Stars review

Listen to Lauren Greenfield on WNYC Radio, talking about GENERATION WEALTH and “The Influence of Affluence”.

“Generation Wealth” monograph (Phaidon) takes the top spot in The Times’ (UK) “Best Photography Books of 2017”

Starting 11/17/17, Anthology Film Archives announces new film series, GENERATION WEALTH, inspired by “GENERATION WEALTH by Lauren Greenfield”.

Phaidon Press wins Lucie Award 2017 for “Best Book Publisher of the Year” for Generation Wealth: Lauren Greenfield

 

ARCHIVED NEWS – Latest news on Lauren Greenfield here and here

BUY The Generation Wealth book (Phaidon Press) is now available in bookstores and e-tailers worldwide.

SOCIAL MEDIA – Follow Lauren Greenfield on Twitter, on Instagram, on Facebook

WEB – Learn more about Lauren Greenfield on her personal website, and on INSTITUTE

CONTACT INFORMATION

All matters relating to editorial licensing of GENERATION WEALTHmatt@instituteartist.com

All others matters relating to the GENERATION WEALTH project – frank@evergreenpictures.tv

All press matters relating to the GENERATION WEALTH monograph – Kate Greenberg for Phaidon North America, and Orla Houston-Jibo for all of Phaidon’s international territories.

 

 

 

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Ilona at home with her daughter, Michelle, 4, Moscow, 2012. (c) Lauren Greenfield/INSTITUTE

About “Generation Wealth”

“Generation Wealth” is a multi-platform project that Lauren Greenfield has been working on since 2008, and is being released in 2017 as a museum exhibition, a photographic monograph, and a documentary film.

Lauren Greenfield’s Generation Wealth” is an extraordinary visual history of our growing obsession with wealth. Weaving two and a half decades of work into an epic narrative, Greenfield has created a revelatory cultural documentation of wealth for viewers to explore through a retrospective film, book and exhibition.

Through riveting first-person interviews, Greenfield’s journey starts in Los Angeles and spreads across America  and beyond, as she documents how we export the values of materialism, celebrity culture, and social status to every corner of the globe. We embark on this journey with Greenfield as she travels the world – from Los Angeles to Moscow, Dubai to China –  bearing witness to the global boom-and–bust economy and documenting its complicated consequences.

We hear the stories of students, single parents, and families overwhelmed by crushing debt, yet determined to purchase luxury houses, cars, and clothing. We visit the homes and observe the rituals of the international elite—from Bel-Air to Monaco, Russia to China. We gain intimate access into the lives of those that rose to extraordinary wealth and then lost “big” during the global economic crash of 2008. And we encounter the A-list celebrities we follow on reality TV and social media, the same influencers who shape our consumer desires and sense of self.

Provoking serious reflection, Generation Wealth” is not about the rich, but about the desire to be wealthy, at any cost.

GENERATION WEALTH Directed by Lauren Greenfield

Lauren Greenfield’s postcard from the edge of the American Empire captures a portrait of a materialistic, image-obsessed culture. Simultaneously photographic journey, memoir, and historical essay, the film bears witness to the global boom–bust economy, the corrupted American Dream and the human costs of late stage capitalism, narcissism and greed. (distributed by Amazon Studios)

FILM REVIEWS

i-D – “A brilliant new film!”

SCREEN INTERNATIONAL – “An insightful and scathing look at society’s obsession with excess”

INDIEWIRE – “Precise, eye-opening, and absolutely chilling!”

Daily Beast film review – “A Blistering Takedown of Greedy Kardashian Culture”

Blogcritics film review – “An intriguing and pointed revelation of the shifting socioeconomic plates of excess”

Little White Lies film review – “Documentarian Lauren Greenfield(‘s)…bold, personal meditation on money and obsession.”

ZEIT Online film review – “It’s Your Own Fault: Wealth does not make you happy!”

ROGEREBERT.COM film review – “A stunningly deeply resonant documentary”

GENERATION WEALTH is named Best of Sundance by SlashFilm

NonFics film review – “Greenfield’s stinging indictment of greed and excess also packs an unexpected emotional wallop.”

Slash Film film review – GENERATION WEALTH “will almost certainly be one of the best documentaries of 2018.”

Variety film review – “Greenfield is on to something in this unexpectedly personal documentary of the same name — she makes a compelling argument for a society on the brink of precipitous decline”

2018 Film Festival Schedule

  1. JAN ’18 – Sundance Film Festival 2018 (opening night film)
  2. FEB ’18 – Berlinale 68 (Berlin Film Festival)
  3. MARCH ’18 – Human Rights Documentary Film Festival (Oslo, Norway)
  4. MARCH ’18 – SXSW Film Festival (Austin, Texas)
  5. MARCH ’18 – CPH:DOX (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  6. APRIL ’18 – Full Frame Documentary Film Festival (Durham, North Carolina)
  7. APRIL ’18 – San Francisco Int’l Film Festival
  8. APRIL ’18 – Sarasota Film Festival (Florida)
  9. APRIL ’18 – IFFBoston 2018 (Massachusetts)
  10. MAY ’18 – Ambulante (Mexico)*
  11. MAY ’18 – Jeonju IFF (Korea)*
  12. MAY ’18 – Dallas IFF 2018 (Texas)*
  13. MAY ’18 – Millenium Docs Against Gravity (Poland)
  14. JUNE ’18 – Sundance London (UK)
  15. JUNE ’18 – Greenwich Film Festival (CT)
  16. JUNE ’18 – Provincetown International Film Festival (MA)
  17. JULY 20TH, 2018 –  US and UK Theatrical release
  18. July 27th, 2018 – Toronto

 

 

Entrance to ICP at 250 Bowery in NYC
Nobel Peace Center, Oslo
February 15, 2018 - August 20, 2018
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Kyotographie International Photography Festival, Kyoto, Japan
April 14, 2018 - May 13, 2018
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Our theme for 2018 is “UP.” In today’s world it is easy to feel burdened, pulled down by the issues we face personally and as a global community. In 2018, KYOTOGRAPHIE invites you to look around, to look inside, in order to better look UP and trigger new personal and collective impetus towards ourselves and each other, to change our world through awareness, action and creation.
Our hope is that visitors encounter UP in the various forms presented in KYOTOGRAPHIE 2018 and engage with these diverse values, in turn changing mindsets and going UP in our own way!

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ICP Museum, New York
September 20, 2017 - January 7, 2018
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250 Bowery, New York, NY 10012

 

GENERATION WEALTH by Lauren Greenfield presents twenty-five years of work by Greenfield, who uses photography, oral history, and film to examine the pervasive influence of money, status, and celebrity in America and abroad. The first major retrospective of Greenfield’s work, the exhibition features nearly 200 photographs, numerous first-person interviews, and documentary film footage, forming a thematic investigation of how the pursuit of wealth, and its material trappings and elusive promises of happiness, has evolved since the late 1990s. Weaving together stories about affluence, beauty, body image, competition, corruption, fantasy, and excess, Greenfield’s sweeping project questions the distance between value and commodity in a globalized consumerist culture.

Greenfield’s lushly colored photographs are densely packed with visual information. These images and the ways in which the sitters present themselves are alternately shocking, humorous, touchingly vulnerable, and, often, unnervingly brash, a quality that reveals the trust Greenfield builds with the people on the other side of her camera. Paired with candid interviews of the sitters, each picture and encounter behind it is an attempt to understand what motivates individuals in their pursuit of the “good life.” Taken as a broader social document, the accumulation and intersection of their stories, which are primarily American but also include perspectives from Ireland, Iceland, the United Arab Emirates, China, and Russia, explore the separation between inherent personal values and the priorities that are marketed to consumers en masse.

GENERATION WEALTH chronicles a progressive distortion of the American Dream in the twenty-first century and questions its sustainability. By organizing twenty-five years of work into one complex narrative, Greenfield also seeks to better understand the system that ties so many of our largest commercial industries—among them fashion, entertainment, real estate, and banking—together and how their standards shape our behavior.

Lauren Greenfield was born in 1966 in Boston, Massachusetts, raised in Los Angeles, and earned her B.A. in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University in 1987. Greenfield’s work has appeared in numerous publications, including ELLE, The Guardian, Harper’s Bazaar, Le Monde, Marie Claire, National Geographic, New York Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, and Vanity Fair. She is the director of four full-length documentary films, including the Emmy-nominated Thin (2006) and award-winning Queen of Versailles (2012), and five documentary shorts. Greenfield’s latest feature-length documentary Wealth: The Influence of Affluence will be released in the fall of 2017.

GENERATION WEALTH by Lauren Greenfield was originally shown at and created by the Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles. The exhibtion is accompanied by a monograph published by Phaidon.

 

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Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles
April 8–August 13, 2017
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ARTFORUM CRITICS’ PICK

“GENERATION WEALTH by Lauren Greenfield” examines the influence of affluence over the last 25 years, illustrating the globalization of materialism, celebrity culture and social status.

This timely, thought-provoking collection explores how “keeping up with the Joneses” has become Keeping Up with the Kardashians, magnifying the aspirational gap between what we want and what we can afford. The exhibit is not about the rich, but the pervasive desire for more.

This exhibit is a revelatory cultural exploration that presents 209 color-saturated prints, 42 riveting first-person interviews, accompanying multimedia projections, short films, and an original installation documentary film (entitled “The Wealth Project”, 26 mins).

The Annenberg Space for Photography is located at 2000 Avenue of the Stars (Century City), admission and parking is free to the public.  Open Wednesday to Sunday until August 13th, 2017. For more information click on the VI$IT button below.

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“At its best, Greenfield’s work provides a shocking, rigorous, and needed visual language for society’s worst excesses. A decade ago, to visit this world might have seemed like cultural anthropology. It might even have been an optional exercise. Today, in the age of Donald, Melania, and the Mnuchins, it is a necessary, even captivating, task—if, at times, a repulsive one.” – NY Review of Books

“This body of work is extraordinary, fascinating, and an almost anthropological look at the ways in which wealth and status are ­displayed.” – Library Journal

“Lauren Greenfield’s photographs range from hilarious to terrifying, sometimes in the same image. The images are unjudgemental – dystopian shock and awe somewhere at the end of Empire – and yet moving: she makes it personal. It could have been me.” —Brian Eno

“Like Dante, Lauren Greenfield has managed to capture the true depravity of the world.”—Errol Morris

“Generation Wealth is a comprehensive study of excess and evolution. Revolting and revelatory, sobering and stunning. Lauren Greenfield is the Doris Kearns Goodwin of the visual medium.” —Jamie Lee Curtis

“A staggering indictment of materialism.” —Smithsonian Magazine

“Over the last 25 years, Greenfield, who is as much sociologist as photographer, has turned her camera on every imaginable expression of wealth and, as such, is uniquely qualified to comment on our increasingly off-the-rails obsession with affluence.” —Fast Company

 

PURCHA$E

Lauren Greenfield: Generation Wealth” is both a retrospective and an investigation into the subject of wealth over the last twenty-five years. Greenfield has traveled the world – from Los Angeles to Moscow, Dubai to China – bearing witness to the global boom-and-bust economy and documenting its complicated consequences. Provoking serious reflection, this book is not about the rich, but about the desire to be wealthy, at any cost.

 

  • Hardcover: 504 pages
  • Publisher: Phaidon Press (May 15, 2017)
  • Language: English

“From Bel Air to Beijing, Lauren Greenfield has an unparalleled gift for capturing modern wealth in all its baroque permutations. Her images are viscerally intimate-sometimes comic, sometimes tragic, and always unforgettable. Generation Wealth is that rare masterpiece that will keep you engrossed from cover to cover and lingering on the memory of its images long after you’ve put it down.” —Kevin Kwan, bestselling author of “Crazy Rich Asian”

“Greenfield is a prodigious talent, and this book is a masterpiece. If I had the privilege of putting together the time capsule left underground for future generations, I am certain that Generation Wealth would be in the box.” —Juliet Schor

“With a golden cover and 650-odd images inside, [Generation Wealth] is a sociological record of the extreme measures taken to acquire and spend money, what Greenfield calls “the influence of affluence.” —The New York Times

“[A]n anthropological deep-dive into the way the very idea of wealth has infected the human psyche globally.” —Los Angeles Times

PURCHA$E

Author – Lauren Greenfield is an Emmy-award-winning photographer and filmmaker. A preeminent chronicler of youth culture, gender, and consumerism, her documentary The Queen of Versailles won the Best Documentary Director Award at Sundance in 2012. Her photographs have been widely published, exhibited – and collected – and her Super Bowl commercial, Like a Girl, went viral and swept the advertising awards of 2015.

Contributor – Juliet Schor is an author, economist, cultural critic, and professor of sociology at Boston College. Her research focuses on the economics of work, spending, the environment, and consumer culture.

Contributor – Trudy Wilner Stack was Curator of Exhibitions & Collections at the Center for Creative Photography, the University of Arizona for over a decade, after holding positions at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the International Center of Photography, and the Birmingham Museum of Art. She has curated dozens of exhibitions of contemporary and historical photography around the world, and is a frequent contributing author and lecturer.

“Through Greenfield’s lens, the accumulation of wealth comes off more as a destructive addiction than a path to self-improvement. She shoots like a documentarian, both empathetic and non-judgmental when confronted with women who use plastic surgery to cope with family strife, or with white collar criminals.” —Bloomberg Pursuits

“Generation Wealth takes us down the yellow brick road where we are able to see who we, as a collective, are becoming. Like Studs Terkel with a camera, Greenfield’s lens allows us to watch the transmogrification of the American Dream of success through hard work, modesty and discipline turn into a nightmare of conspicuous wealth, excess and addiction…Whether the photographs are humorous, heart-wrenching or both we never feel judgement, just observation and that observation gives us room to know we are all complicit in varying degrees.” —Jennifer Beals

“Offers a gold-encrusted portrait of our time.” —Huffington Post

“Oh please, Americans do not hate the rich; they want to be them. Every American believes that they are the impending rich, and that will never change.”— Fran Lebowitz

 

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Acclaimed Emmy-winning documentary photographer/filmmaker, Lauren Greenfield is considered a preeminent chronicler of youth culture, gender and consumerism, as a result of her monographs “Fast Forward”, “Girl Culture”, “THIN”, “Generation Wealth” and other photographic works, which have been widely published, exhibited, and collected by museums around the world, including the Art Institute of Chicago, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the J. Paul Getty Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), Smithsonian, the International Center of Photography, the Center for Creative Photography, and the Museum of Fine Arts (Houston).

Recently, Greenfield directed the record-breaking Superbowl and viral spot “#LikeAGirl” (90+ million downloads and 12 billion impressions) which was voted by YouTube as the third best ad of the decade. Sweeping the advertising awards of 2015, Greenfield was named the #1 director and Most Awarded Director by AdAge, the first woman in commercial history to ever top this list, the spot won a 2015 Emmy, 14 Lions (including the Titanium Lion) at the Cannes Festival of Creativity, 7 Clios, 5 Art Directors, 8 pencils at the D & AD Awards, and the Best in Show at the AICP Awards, upon which it became part of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) collection. Additionally, ESPN has named her one of their Top 25 Impact Influencers of 2015 and the recently released sequel “Unstoppable Like a Girl” is one of the top 10 YouTube ads of 2015, having received 80 million impressions to date.

Her latest feature-length film, Generation Wealth, was the opening night film at Sundance 2018, and has since screened at Berlinale, SXSW, SIFF and many more (see FILM section of this website for more screening details). The film will receive a worldwide theatrical release on July 20th, 2018. Click here for more info about the worldwide release.

Lauren’s last feature doc, “The Queen of Versailles”, was also the Opening Night film of Sundance 2012 where it won her the Best Director Award in the U.S. Documentary Competition. “The Queen of Versailles” went on to box office success and critical acclaim, including winning the Brisbane International Film Festival Prize, and nominations for Best Documentary by the Directors Guild, International Documentary Association, Critics Choice, and the London Critics Circle Film Awards. Lauren previously directed three award-winning documentary films – “THIN” (HBO), “kids + money” (HBO) and “Beauty CULTure” (Annenberg Space for Photography) that opened at Sundance and Tribeca Film Festivals.

Named one of the 2015 Top 10 directors in Adweek’s Most Creative 100 People and by American Photo as one of the 25 most influential photographers working today, Greenfield started her career as an intern for National Geographic after graduating from Harvard in 1987. Her photographs have regularly appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Time, GQ, and The Guardian, and have won many awards including the ICP Infinity Award, the Hasselblad Grant, the Community Awareness Award from the National Press Photographers, and the Moscow Biennial People’s Choice Award. She lectures at museums and universities around the world and serves on the Advisory Committee of Harvard University’s Office for the Arts.

 

Curriculum Vitae
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FILMOGRAPHY

BOOKS

  • Generation Wealth, Hardcover, published by Phaidon Press, May 2017
  • THIN, Hardcover, published by Chronicle Books, October 2006
  • Girl Culture, Hardcover published by Chronicle Books, December 2002
  • Fast Forward: Growing Up in the Shadow of Hollywood, published by Chronicle Books, April 1997

MAGAZINES

  1. 01238 Magazine
    “The Kids Stay in the Pictures” (Thin), October 2006 Premier Issue 8 “Reviews” (Thin), Spring 2007, p. 80 100
  2. 6MOIS
    “La Reine de Versailles”, 2013, p. 42-65
  3. Eyes Magazine
    “Dependence” (Fashion Show) April 2010 A “Un elefante in giardino per i miei sedici anni,” April 2007, p. 122
  4. AARP (USA)
    “Oh, Baby” (Aging Parents), September/October 2005, p. 98-100
  5. Adbusters
    “Spiritual Pollution,” April 2006, p. 4
    “Rich Man, Poor Man,” August 2005
    “Girl Tattoo,” 2004
    Untitled (Girl Culture), November/December 2004
    Adbusters, October 2003
    Journal of the Mental Environment (Girl Culture Photo), September/October 2003
    Preemptive War Is Terrorism (Fast Forward Photo), July/August 2003
  6. Afisha
    “The Best Night Ever”, 2012
  7. Ahead Magazine
    “China’s Millionaires”, 2012, p. 4-10
    “Rags to Riches, Chinese Style” (China’s Economic Boom) 2010 pp. 4-10 Hans Uldall
  8. Allure (USA)
    “Body Battle” (Thin), October 2006
    “The New Bronze” (New Trends in Self-Tanning), June 2003, pp. 180-181, Elizabeth Einstein
    “The Dixie Chicks” (Manicures), October 1, 2002, p. 205
    “Rah, Rah, Sis-Boom-Bah” (Cheerleading Camp in Texas), July 1998, July 1998, pp. 150-153, Amy Dickinson
    “Pop-Up Goes Platinum” (Hair Color), February 1998, pp. 92-93, Tad Law and Woody Thompson
  9. American Health
    “What a Doll” (Baby Think it Over – Program for Teen Pregnancy), December 1995, p. 92, Rebecca Norris
  10. American Photo
    “Images of the Year Competition 2008,” January/February 2009, pp. 62, 72
    “The Gift of a Book,” January/February 2007, p. 110
    “Eating Away,” November/December 2006, p. 18
    “Best of the Web Portfolio,” May/June 2006, p. 62-63
    “The 100 Most Important People in Photography 2005,” June, 2005, p. 61
    “The Top 25 Photographers Now,” May/June 2003, p. 57
    “See it now” (Girl Culture at Perpignan Festival), October/September 2002, p. 10
    “Constructing Identities” (Girl Power- The New Visual Order), March/April 2001, pp. 62-63
    “The 100 Most Important People in Photography 1998,” May/June 1998, p. 86
    “Do Women Photographers See Differently Than Men?” (Women in Photography), March/April 1998, p 26
    “Photo Book to be a Movie” (Fast Forward), November/Decdember 1997, p. 36
    “The Fast Lane” (Fast Forward), January/February 1997, p. 44
    “Break Through Artists” (Breaking into Photography), July/August 1994, pp. 54-55
  11. American Photo on Campus (USA)
    “Virtual Girl Culture” (Girl Culture), January 2003, Cover Photo, pp. 12-23
  12. Amica (Italy)
    “Donne Di Domani” (Privileged Youth in Milan), September 2003, Aurelia Aimi
    “Girl Culture,” May 2003, pp. 198-206, Brigitte Steinmetz
    “Perche Le Donne Si Muovono A Zig Zag” (Shopping with Sharon Osbourne), April 2003, pp. 88-96, Paola Tavella
    “Columbus ha Detto Si” (13 in Edina), pp. 73-76, Sylvia Kramer
  13. ARTnews
    “Getting the Big Picture,” February 2002, p. 102
  14. Australian Photojournalist
    “Girl Culture,” August 2004, p. 19
  15. Baby
    “Lauren Greenfield,” Autumn 2002, p. 62
  16. Beau Monde (Germany)
    “De Arme Rijke Kinderen Van Hollywood” (Fast Forward), November 1997, pp. 56-63
  17. Black and White (USA)
    “AIPAD 1999” (Photography Show Featuring French Aristocracy), Summer 1999, pp. 17-20, Anne Horton
  18. Blender (USA)
    “I want a famous face” (Staci Flood), November 2005, pp. 118-124, Michael Joseph Gross
    “Welcome to the Doll House” (Pussycat Doll Auditions), March 2004, pp. 70-74, Nick Duerden
  19. Boston Globe
    “Documentarian Greenfield back in Boston,” February 25, 2007
    “Girl Watching,” February 25, 2005, p. D15
  20. Boston Herald
    “Food for Thought,” February 24, 2007, p. 23
  21. British Journal of Photography
    Lauren Talks about Dubai (Goodbye Dubai) August 2010 pp. 44-45
  22. Buzz Weekly (USA)
    “Growing Up in the Shadows of Hollywood” (Fast Forward), April 18, 1997
  23. C Magazine
    “California,” November 2006, p. 128
  24. Capital Magazine
    “Das War’s Dann Wohl” (Foreclosure Alley), December 2010, pp. 148-149
  25. CFJ Hebdo (France)
    “Vamps Avante l’heure” (Girl Culture), December 2002, pp. 48-51, Marie Toumit
  26. Chelsea Art Museum
    “Dangerous Beauty,” p. 37
  27. Cinema (Germany)
    “Veirzweifelt Jung” (New Talent), September 2001, pp. 118-124
  28. City Pictorial
    “Highland Maya” 2012
  29. Colors (Italy)
    “Dancers in restroom at Crossroads School Prom,” June/ September 2000, pp. 94-95 “Self-Improvement – Cresceta Personale,” April/May 2000, p. 23
    Communication Arts
    “Capturing the Zeitgeist” May/June 2011, pp. 50-57
    “Interactive Annual 13: self promotion,” September/October 2007, p. 148
  30. Conde Nast Portfolio
    “Never Say Die” (Immortality), December 2007, p. 188
  31. Corriere Della Sera
    “Attualita Dietro Le Quinte” (Las Vegas Strippers)
  32. Cosmo Girl
    “21 Days to Save Her Life,” February 2007, p. 116
  33. Cosmopolitan
    “So You Want to be a Princess”, August 2013, Jennifer Wolff Perrine
  34. Courrier (Japan)
    “Queen of Versailles”, December 2012, Christopher Goodwin
  35. D Magazine
    “Messico e Droga la Regina Sono Io”, September 2012, Silvia Bizio, p. 77-82
  36. D Bhmadonna
    (Thin), November 2006, p. 262
  37. D La Repubblica Della Donne (Italy)
    “Anche I Ricchi Plangono”, 2012, Michele Neri
    “Nella Testa Di Un Ragazzo” (The teanage brain), January 24, 2004, pp. 22-29, Daniela Condorelli
    “Trans ll Terzo Genere” (Transgender), October 8, 2003, pp. 135-144, Alesandra Baduei
    “Ridere di Teheran” (Iranian Television), April 16, 2002, pp. 113-118, Michael Lewis
    “Sesso, tennis e bugie” (U.S. Women’s Tennis Tour), pp. 21-27, Gianni Cierici
    “E successo nel blu” (Pool Culture), July 2001, pp. 44-52, Antonio Monda
    “Baby Oscar” (Teen Actors in Hollywood), August 8, 2000, pp. 20-28, Lynn Hirschberg
    “Bambinimodello” (Show Biz Auditions), February 29, 2000, pp. 73-79, Gloria Mattioni
    “Nude a Las Vegas” (Showgirls), February 15, 2000, Paola Santoro
    “Ci Pensero Domani” (13 in Edina), November 2, 1999, pp. 18-32
    “Hollywood Babies” (Fast Forward), July 1996, pp. 10-15, Furio Colombo
  38. Das Magazin
    “Dubai Exodus,” June 20, 2009, pp. 12-25 Days (Japan) (Thin), August 2007, p. 50
  39. Details (USA)
    “The Ex Files,” (Girl Culture Photo), April 2003, pp. 94-96, Jerry Stahl
    “Paradise Lost,” (Raves), November 1994, pp. 154-156, RJ Smith
  40. Detour (USA)
    “The Far Side of Paradise” (Fast Forward), June/July 1997, p. 165, Lawrence Schubert “Age Gap” (Gap Commercials), November 1998, pp. 38-39, Juan Morales
  41. Discovery Magazine (USA)
    “In the Eye of the Beholder” (The Beauty Business in Hong Kong), December 2002, pp. 54-61, Jacqueline Russo
    “Girl Culture” (LA Special Photography Issue), November 2002, pp. 16-26
    “Vanity, Vanity” (Life in Beverly Hills 90210), November 2001, pp. 48-56
  42. Dynasty (In-flight Magazine, China Airlines)
    “LA Subculture” (Girl Culture), pp. 65-67
  43. Ebony (USA)
    “The 29 Most Eligible Super Bachelors” (Hill Harper), April 18, 2000
  44. Elle (USA)
    “96-Hour Party People,” May 2011, pp. 314-321
    “The Once and Future Madam” (Heidi Fleiss), February 2008, p. 220
    “A Room of her Own” (Donatella Versace), September 2007, p. 234
    “Bright Lights, Big City” (Las Vegas), March 2005, pp. 408-415
    “Hot In Hollywood,” November 2004, pp. 276-283
    “Living Dolls,” March 2004, pp. 340-348
    “Supernova” (Futuristic Fashion), September 2003, pp. 410-415
    “Miami Ice” (Tyra Banks in South Beach), June 2003, pp. 166-175
    “Revelations” (Boudoir Fashion), March 2003, pp. 350-357
    “Fear of Muscle” (Weight Training), September 2001, p. 362
    “Analyze This” (Monica Lewinsky’s advisor Dr. Irene Kassorla), May 2001, pp. 140-144, Allison Glock
  45. Elle (Australia)
    “The Mix Masters” (Fashion Parties of the Fashion World), May 2000, pp. 80-83, Laura Demasi
  46. Elle (France)
    “La Guerre du String” (Thong Wars), October 2003, pp. 14-15
    “La Folie Des Botox Parties” (Botox Parties), November 2002, pp. 159-164
  47. Elle (Korea)
    “The Visible Spectrum,” December 2006, p. 210
    “Fear and Loathing,” December 2006, p. 266
    “Underwear out World” (Boudoir Fashion), April 2003, pp. 362-369
  48. ELLE MEN
    “The Rich, The Rush, and The Fabulous Race” 2013,
  49. El Pais Semanal (Spain)
    “Sexo en la Eso” (Teen Brain), May 25, 2008, p. 48
    “Mas que el Hombre de Demi Moore” (Donatella Versace), May 25, 2008, p. 17
    “O guapas o nada” (Girl Culture), August 2003
  50. Entertainment Weekly (USA)
    “On the set of Arrested Development,” October 14, 2005
    Tom Hanks, Academy Awards, April 7, 1995
    “Great Ball of Fire” (Fire and Ice Ball), December 17, 1993, p. 16, Anne Thompson
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    “Laps of luxury”, 2013, Matt McCue
    “‘Atta Way,” November 24, 2003, p. 115
    “On the Ropes” (Johnny Tapia), March 3, 2003, pp. 74-75, Time Keown
    “Hot Pursuit” (Leilani Rios), September 3, 2001, pp. 132-136, Shelley Smith
    “Poster Boy” (Cade McNown), November 1998, pp. 88-92, Sally Jenkins
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    “Lauren Greenfield” Autumn 2010, pp. 26-27
  53. Fast Company Magazine (USA)
    “New Iceland”, 2012
    “Dubai, Off the Deep End,” September 2009, pp. 90-103, Zachery Wise
  54. Family Therapy Networker (USA)
    “Teenagers Speak Their Minds” (Fast Forward), September/October 1999, pp. 42-49, Laura Markowitz
  55. Femin
    “Pro-ana Les dangers de l’anorexie militante sur le web,” October 2006, p. 28
  56. Fit for Flirt (Germany)
    “Vom Schreibtisch Aufs Linoleum” (New York Parties), May 2000, p. 4
  57. Fluter
    “Irgendwas mit Medien” (Teen Paparazzi) 2010 No. 36
  58. Focus
    “Making A Difference,” February 2007, p. 70
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    “Cart Wars” (Shopping Carts), October 11, 1993, pp. 137-139, Danon Darlin
    “The Class of ’65,quot; (Harvard Business School), July 4, 1994, pp. 92-98
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    “Remodeling Martha” (Martha Stewart), November 2005, pp. 99-122, Patricia Sellers
    “Borrowing from Bubba” (John Kerry), April 26, 2004, pp. 100-104, Bill Powell
    “Feeling Good About the Blues” (Arthur Adams), June 26, 1995, p. 19, Faye Rice
    “California’s Outlook Brightens” (Employment), February 6, 1995, p. 42, Joseph Spiers
    Construction Photo, January 16, 1995, p. 80
    “A Mixed Bag for Retailers” (JC Penny Christmas), December 12, 1994, p. 20
    “A Welfare Cure That Works” (Welfare), July 11, 1994, p. 14
    “Why Health Costs Can Keep Slowing” (Health Care Costs), January 24, 1994, pp. 76-82, Edmund Faltermayer
    “Facelift in a Bottle” (Surgery), June 24, 2002, pp. 101-104, Brian O’Reilly
    “A Morning with Giants” May 1, 1995, p. 6, Editors Letter
  61. French Photo
    “Belles À En Crever,” December 2006, p. 12
  62. Gente
    “Mini Donne Che Spavento!”, 2012, p. 36-41
  63. Gentlemen’s Quarterly (USA)
    “He’s Baaack” (Newt Gingrich), August 2005, pp. 81-86
    “The beautiful shall inherit the earth” (Dr. Beautiful), May 2005, pp. 240-245, Jeanne Marie Laskas
  64. Geo (Germany)
    “Hochzeit auf Japanisch” (Japanese Wedding Tourism in Hawaii), December 1996, pp. 42-52, Margrit Sprecher
  65. Geo (France)
    “L’islande Refait Surface”, 2012, Par Nicolas Ancellin
    “A 13 ans Ils Vivent Comme Des Nababs” (Fast Forward), September 1996, pp. 84-91
  66. Geo Kompakt
    “Transgender Professor” (Transgender Professor), Nr. 25, pp. 16-17
  67. Gioia (Italy)
    “Las Vegas Decadence” (VIP Hosts) 2010 pp. 88-93
    “Meditate Sulle Donne-Puma” (Cougar Convention), p. 42-45
    “Quando il Marito é Ingalera,” (White Collar Wives), p. 92-96
    “Una Giornata Con Matthew Modine” (Matthew Modine), p. 31-34, Jonne Bertola
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    “Lauren Greenfield Shines a Light on ‘Girl Culture,'” Summer 2008, p. 28
  69. Glamour Magazine
    An Eating Disorder Exposé (Thin), November 2006
  70. Glamour (Germany)
    “Kinder-Spa” (Teen Spa), September 2007, p. 202
  71. Good
    “VII On the bleeding edge of conflict photography,” March/April 2007, p. 86
  72. Good Housekeeping (USA)
    “The World of Weddings” (French Aristocracy), June 1992, pp. 144-147
  73. Grenzgange (Germany)
    “Transgender Teenager” (Transgender Teen), 2004, pp. 48-53, Ulrica Wihlborg and Thomas Fields-Meyer
  74. Grazia (Netherlands)
    “Mini Beauty Queens”
  75. Grazia
    “Extreme Cosmetic Surgery,” August 7, 2006, p. 72
    “The New Hollywood Nip/Tucks,” April 3, 2006, p. 50
  76. GQ
    “The Best Night… $500,000 can buy”, 2012
    “Coke, Hookers, Hospital, Repeat.” April 2011, pp. 122-123
    “Il Piccolo Paparazzo,” November 2009, p. 120-126
    “What Happened to the Neighbors?” (Foreclosure City), January 2009, p. 54
    “G-L-O-R-Y” (Ben-Gals), January 2008, p. 78
    “He’s Baaack,” August 2005, p. 81
    “The Beautiful Shall Inherit the Earth,” May 2005, p. 240
  77. GQ Germany
    “America’s Ex Top Model” (Tyra Banks 2008), September 2008, p. 224
  78. GQ India
    “The Best Night… $500,000 can buy”, 2012, p. 270-293, Devin Friedman
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    “Lauren Greenfield’s Best Shot,” (Girl Culture), April 1, 2010, p. 23
    “Letters,” October 28, 2006, p. 14
    “Slim hopes,” October 21, 2006
  80. GUP #21
    Young at Heart,” November 2009, p. 70-81
  81. Harpers (USA)
    “May Day at Girls Preparatory School” (Girl Culture), March 2003, p. 25
    “Make A Wish” (Girl Culture Photo), November 2000, p. 82
    “On the Uses of a Liberal Education,” September 1997, Cover Photo
    “French Aristocracy – The Huntmaster,” July 1989
  82. Harper’s Bazaar (USA)
    “Sharon Osbourne $30,000 in 3 hours” (Shopping with Sharon Osbourne), September 2002, pp. 214-218, Kristina Richards
    “New Girl in Town” (Shop Girls), July 2001, pp. 132-133, Henry Alford
    “L.A. Operators” (New Talent in L.A./ Fashion), July 2000, pp. 116-127
    “Generation Bender” (Mothers and Daughters), June 2000, pp. 156-57, Nancy Jo Sales
  83. Heeb
    “Food Fights,” Fall 2006, p. 69
  84. The Improper Bostonian
    “Body & Mind,” February 2007, p. 88
  85. Instinkt
    “Made in China,” January 2008, p. 34
  86. Internazionale
    “Girl Culture” November 2010, pp. 34-41
  87. Interviu
    “Anorexia Viaje al Infierno,” October 2006, p. 34
  88. Io Donna
    “Si Comincia Da Piccole A Diventare Veline”, December 2012, p. 50-54, Candida Morvillo
  89. Jane (USA)
    “Pedicure,” September 2004, p. 142
    “The Stepford Single” (Girl Culture), September 2004, pp. 154-159, Stephanie Trong
  90. Jasmin
    “Anorexie: a qui la faute?” January 2007, p. 70
  91. Jewish Woman Magazine
    “The Big Reveal,” Winter 2006, p. 8
  92. Jewish Women
    “10 Women to Watch in 2005,” Fall 2004, p. 17
  93. Jolie
    “Mein Grosster Feind: Essen!” (Thin), July 2007, p. 140
  94. K Magazine (Greece)
    “Bye Bye Dubai,” December 2009
  95. K SvD KULTUR
    “Närgånget,” November 5, 2006, p. 10
  96. Kiplinger’s Personal Finance (USA)
  97. “Bankers You Can Love” (East West Bank), April 2003, pp. 46-48, Courtney McGrath
    “Inside the Teen Selling Machine,” February 2003, p. 34
  98. L’Espresso (Italy)
    “Lo Sceicco in Bianco,” (Dubai), December 10, 2009, p. 47-52
    “I Miliardaridel Comunismo” (Rich in China), p. 94-91
    “Gioventu Playstation” (Girl Culture), March 20, 2003, p. 40-44, Sabina Minardi
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    “Tous dans le bain” (Fast Forward), September 5, 1995, p. 1
  100. Le Monde Magazine (France)
    “Bye Bye Dubai,” December 2009, p.38-43
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    “There She Is, Ms. (Senior) America,” May 5, 2006, p. 19
    “The American Family” (The Brino’s), November 1999, p. 84, Vivenne Walt
    “Our Times” (L.A. Riots), June 1992, p. 23
    “Betrothal & Marriage” (French Aristocracy), October 1991, pp. 54-55
  102. Lincoln Center Theater Review (USA)
    “An Angel on Every Corner” (Girl Culture), Winter 2002, pp. 20-21
    “Take me back to Manhattan: Recollections,” Fall 2000, Issue 26, p. 20, Sarah Saffian
  103. Lola (Brazil)
    “Pequenas Sunshines”, 2012, p. 78-83
  104. Los Angeles (USA)
    “Eat, drink, man, woman child” (Food Courts), January 2004, pp. 70-77
    “LA Moment” (Night Party), October 2000, pp. 22-23
    “LA Moment” (Las Vegas), May 2000, pp. 24-25
    “LA Moment” (Muscle Beach), May 1999, pp. 24-25
    “LA Moment” (Undress Rehearsal), July 1998, pp. 22-23
  105. Los Angeles Times Magazine (USA)
    “Dr. Berman’s Sex Rx,” October 2, 2005, pp. 8-11, Anne-Marie O’Connor
    “Women on the Verge of an Activist Crackdown” (BWPA), May 16, 1993, p. 10, Mark Ehrman
    “Lifestyles of the Young and Privileged” (Fast Forward), December 13, 1992, pp. 41-46
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    “Al Logo non si comanda,” November 2005, p. 52
  107. Marie Claire (Australia)
    “Awake surgery”, 2012
    “Orient Excess,” May 2006, p. 76
    “The Old and the Beautiful,” November 2006, p. 82
  108. Marie Claire (China)
    “Queen of Versailles”, 2012
    “Welcome to Cougar Woman’s World”, 2010
    “Body Battle,” April 2007, p. 126
  109. Marie Claire (France)
    “C’est Ma Premiere Make-Up Party” (Teen Spa), August 2007, p. 10
    “American Beauty” (Girl Culture), March 2003, pp. 36-42
  110. Marie Claire (Holland)
    (THIN), February 2007, p. 52
  111. Marie Claire (Hong Kong)
    “Little Miss Beauty Queen”, 2012, p. 156-161
  112. Marie Claire (India)
    “Orient Excess,” July 2006, p. 76
  113. Marie Claire (Indonesia)
    “Kontroversi Kontes Ratu Kecantikan Cilik”, July 2012, p. 18-25
  114. Marie Claire (Poland)
    “Teraz ONE!” (Girl Culture), July 2004, pp. 20-26
  115. Marie Claire (Romania)
    “Backstage” (Fashion Show) August 2010 pp. 14-21
  116. Marie Claire (South Africa)
  117. “Dying to be Thin,” March 2007, p. 36
    “America’s Sweethearts” (Girl Culture), October 2003, pp. 24-29
  118. Marie Claire (Spain)
    “Mi Amiga Amiga Anorexia,” January 2007, p. 10
    “EL LUJO ASIATICO” (China Rich), February 2004, pp. 52-56, Georgina Higueras
  119. Marie Claire (UK)
    “The Russians Who Want to be Royals”, 2012, p. 95-98
    “The $400 An Hour Gym” (Jackie Warner), August 2007, p. 122
    “Kiddie Spas The End of Innocence” (Teen Spa), May 2007, p. 166
    “Is Twelve Too Young For Lipo?” (Teen Lipo), March 2007, p. 158
    “3 Sisters, 3 Boob Jobs, Only in LA” (Belly Button Boob Job), November 2006, p. 201-204, Antonia Blyth
    “Ms Senior America,” September 2006, pp. 154-160
    “We’re the Kids in America” (Girl Culture), January 2003, pp. 44-49
  120. Marie Claire (USA)
    “Cougar World”, May 2012, p. 100-104
    “Style File”, March 2012, p. 84
    “The Starter Wife” (Justine Musk) October 2010 Vol. 17 Issue 10 pp. 154-158
    “The Hottest Job in America,” April 2010, p. 108-110
    “When White-Collar Hubbies go to Jail,” July 2009, pp. 68-73, 166
    “What’s a Nice Girl Like Brooke Doing at the Bunny Ranch?” (Bunny Ranch), September 2008, p. 162
    “3 Sisters, 3 Boob Jobs, All on the Same Day,” November 2006, pp. 200-206
    “Who Spends The Most Looking Good,” June 2004, pp. 110-116, Melissa Macron-Nitob
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    “American Meufs” (Girl Culture), October 2002, pp. 88-93, Sarah De Haro
    “Zeitzeugen” (Fast Forward), September 1995, pp. 310-311
  122. Minnesota Monthly
    “Girls, Interrupted” (Girl Culture), January 2005, p. 94
  123. Minnesota Women’s Press
    “Photography exhibit documents a toxic environment for US girls” (Girl Culture), January 12, 2005, p. A1
  124. Modern Maturity (USA)
    “Living to the Max” (Actor Seniors), July/August 1999, pp. 28-35, David Butwin
    “Body By Jim” (Jim Morris), July/August 1998, pp. 50-55, Ken Wibecan
    “Medicare – Part 2” (Managed Care), January/February 1998, pp. 35-40, Julie Rovner
    “Medicare – Part 1” (Managed Care), November/December 1997, pp. 36-37, Julie Rovner
  125. Morning Calm (Korean Air Magazine)
    “Graduation Day” (U.S. High School Graduation), pp. 30-37, Brian Bennett
  126. Mother Jones (USA)
    “L.A. Portfolio” (Fast Forward), 1999, pp. 1-2 “Exposure” (Showgirls), December 2000, pp. 80-81
    “Dearly Disconnected” (Pay Phones), January/February 2000, pp. 60-63, Ian Frazier
    “Survivors of the Aristocracy,” (French Aristocracy), November/December 1998, pp. 46-47
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    Michael Heseltine, March 22, 1991, p. 12, Jerry March
    National Geographic (USA)
    “Beverly Hills 90210,” November 20, 2000, pp. 126-132
    “Rare Dwarf Mammoth Unearthed” (Dwarf Mammoth), January 1995
    “Wilderness Comes to the School Yard” (Education Foundation), Dec 1994
    “Water for Our Future; A New Society Initiative” (Education Foundation), January 1993
  128. National Geographic Traveler (USA)
    “50 Places of a Lifetime America” (Los Angeles), October 2001, pp. 18-20
  129. National Geographic World (USA)
    “Rhythm and Skill” (Rhythmic Gymnastics), October 1995, pp. 23-27, Toni Eugene
    “Check Him Out, Man!” (Matt Groening), July 1994, pp. 8-9, Jessica Harris
  130. Natural History (USA)
    “Anything But Quiet” (Taiko Drumming), March 1998, pp. 44-29, Samuel Fromartz
  131. Nerve (USA)
    “Pin Me Up, Pin Me Down” (Cindy Margolis/Fashion), June/July 2001, pp. 32-33
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    “FSC: Bringing the Best,” January 2005, p. 44
  133. New York Magazine
    “The Wolf of Wall Street”, December 2013 p. 64-70
  134. New York Times Magazine (USA)
    “Downton Abbey on the Pacific”, 2012 p. 108-111, Susan Dominus
    “What Are They Thinking Now”, 2011, p. 31-32
    “Favorite Places” (Favorite Spaces) October 17, 2010 pp. 62-67 Edward Lewine
    “He’s 13. He’s Way in the Game” (Allonzo Trier), March 22, 2009, Cover Photo, p. 30-36
    “Who Would Jesus Smack Down?” (Pastor Driscoll), January 11, 2009, p. 20
    “The Making (and Remaking and Remaking) of the Candidate” (John McCain Campaign 2008), October 26, 2008, p. 52
    “Banksable” (Tyra Banks 2008), June 1, 2008, p. 38
    “Money Talks” (Kids+Money), June 10, 2007, p. 78 “Tween on the Screen” (iCarly), April 8, 2007, p. 32
    “Put Me In Coach” (Snoop Dogg 2006), January 28, 2007, p. 54
    “The Pleasures of Text,” January 22, 2006, p. 15
    “The Clowning, Rump-Shaking, Wilding-Out Battle Dancers of South Central L.A.,” June 19, 2005, pp. 28-33
    “Tweens Are Us,” November 28, 2004, p. 31
    “A long way down” (Jay Jones), June 6, 2004, pp 50, Bruce Porter
    “See Me, Shoot Me, Ask Me, Love Me” (Venice Film Festival), November 9, 2003, pp. 56-59
    “Guilty Pleasures” (Fashions of the Times), Fall 2003, p. 215
    “Style-Vegas, Baby” (Fashion), August 31, 2003, pp. 44-50
    “Who is Jimmy Choo?” (Women’s Shoes), Dec 2002, pp. 102-106, Phoebe Eaton
    “The Young and The Restless,” June 30, 2002, pp. 11-12, Maragret Talbot
    “The Wasteland” (TV Pilots: Allison Anders & Graham Yost), June 23, 2002, pp. 32-37, Autsin Bunn
    “The Satellite Subversives” (NITV- Iranian Satellite Television), February 24, 2002, pp. 30-35, Michael Lewis
    “The Importance of Being Ernie” (Ernie Wolfe Gallery), Jan 6, 2002, pp. 38-45, Amy Spindler
    “Beheld,” (Is Beauty Power?), Sept 9, 2001, pp132-136
    “Big Women On Campus” (Stanford Swim Team), September 9, 2001, pp. 148-150
    “Off-Court Singles” (U.S. Women’s Tennis Tour), September 2, 2001, pp. 14-15, Selena Roberts
    “Girl, It was Scandalous” (Crenshaw High School Prom/ Fashion), June 24, 2001, pp. 44-46, Nell Scovell
    “Hot Chicks, Cool Rooms” (Cindy Margolis-Fashions of the Times), Spring 2001, pp. 178-186
    “What They Were Thinking” (MPTV Retirement Home), February 25, 2001, p. 24, Catherine Saint-Louis
    “Teenseltown” (Teen Actors in Hollywood), January 21, 2001, Cover Photo
    “The Pool” (Pool Culture), November 12, 2000, p. 144
    “Meta-Midler” (Bette Midler) October 8, 2000, pp. 78-79, Lynn Hirschberg
    “The Stiff Guy Vs The Dumb Guy” (Jay Leno), September 24, 2000, pp. 74-75, Marshall Sella
    “The Invisible Poor” (Poverty in America), March 19, 2000, pp. 74-75, James Fallows
    “Teenseltown, Desperate to Seem 16” (Youthboom), September 5, 1999, Cover Photo, pp. 42-46, Lynn Hirschberg
    “What’s a Record Exec Got to Do With Aimee Mann” (Aimee Mann), July 11, 1999, pp. 28-33, Bob Morris
    “Getaway On Display” (St. Barts), February 7, 1999, pp. 60-63, Bob Morris
    “The Good Guy” (Steven Spielberg), February 14, 1999, pp. 42-43, Stephen J. Dubner
    “The Swoon of the Swoosh” (Phillip H. Knight, C.E.O. of Nike), September 13, 1998, pp. 66-68, Timothy Egan
    “Popular Culture” (13 in Edina), May 17, 1998, pp. 45-52
    “The Clues are in the Blood” (Cleft Lip and Palate in the Philippines), April 26, 1998, pp. 46-52, Lisa Belkin
    “Studies Ignoring You? Quick, Make An Indie!” (Matthew Modine), November 16, 1997, pp. 98-100, Rachel Abramowitz
    “The Triumph of the Prime Time Novel” (Emergency Room on TV), October 22, 1996, pp. 52-59, Charles McGrath
    “America’s Own Romanian Gymnast” (Dominique Moceanu), June 23, 1996, pp. pp 36, Elizabeth Rayte
    “All Shakespeare, All the Time” (Romeo and Juliet TV Series), June 16, 1996, pp. 36-37, Barry Singer
    “Does a Sugar Bear Bite?” (Rappers), January 14, 1996, pp. 24-31, Lynn Hirschberg
    “Kids on Anxiety” (Growing Up in America), October 8, 1995, pp. 82-83
    “Street Redeemer James Galipeau” (Former Gang Member), November 13, 1994, pp. 44-47, David Chanoff
    “The Angels in America Players” (Theater), April 25, 1993, pp. 30-31
  135. New York Times Style Magazine (USA)
    “Malltown, U.S.A.” (Americana), Fall 2008, p. 94
  136. Newsweek (International)
    “Live from the Catwalk,” (Fashion Show, Alexander McQueen), March 15, 2010, p. 44-45
  137. Newsweek (USA)
    “Death of the Dream,” March 3, 2009, pp. 36-37
    “Helping Depressed Kids,” April 5, 2004, pp. 65 Susan Moses, March 9, 2003
    “The Botox Boom” (Botox), May 13, 2002, pp. 54-55, David Noonan and Jerry Adler
    “Suge Knight Is Back In Business” (Suge Knight and Tupac Shakur), April 23, 2001, pp. 54-58, Allison Samuels
    “Senior Power Rides Again” (Children’s Nutrition Programs), February 20, 1995, pp. 31, Thomas Rosenstiel
    “Virgin Cool” (The New Virginity), October 17, 1994, pp. 59-69, Michele Ingrassia
    “Scenes From a Marriage” (Hilary Clinton), October 4, 1994, p. 52, Joe Klein
    “Wash Hot, Shrink Well” (Tiny Fashion), June 20, 1994, p. 75, Michele Ingrassia and Jeanne Gordon
    “Battle For Your Brain” (Harvard Lampoon), October 11, 1993, pp. 52-53, Jerry Adler
    “Bailing Out California” (Floods), January 25, 1993, pp. 30-31, Carroll Bogert and Donna Foote L.A. Riots, May 18, 1992, Table of Contents
    “The Siege of L.A.” (L.A. Riots) May 11, 1992, pp. 30-38, Tom Matthews
    “Through the Looking Glass” (Raves), April 27, 1992, pp. 54-55, Ned Zeman
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    “Suge Knight Is Back In Business” (Suge Knight and Tupac Shakur), May 16, 2001, pp. 58-59
    “A Distance View of Tiananmen” (Fang Lizhi), July 18, 1994, pp. 48
  139. NOW- The Smarter Women’s Weekly (UK)
    “Growing Up in the Shadow of Hollywood” (Fast Forward), May 8, 1997, pp. 28-29
  140. Nylon
    “The Weighting Game,” November 2006
  141. Oprah Magazine (USA)
    “It’s never too late, you’re never too old, never too sick to start over again! This thought drives me back into the 105-degree room day after day.” Part 2 of 2, February 2010, p. 196-201, Paige Williams
    “My bra’s too tight. Is that cellulite on my biceps? I might be having a heart attack. And why does everybody in here have a tattoo?” Part 1 of 2, January 2010, p. 124-128, Paige Williams
    “To Beat the Unbeatable Foe” (HIV Survivors), November 2007, p. 312
    “Who’s on Top?” August 2005, p. 155
    “Sex and the six year old girl” (Girl Culture), September 2004, p, 209-210, Amy Bloom
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    “Unflinching Portrait” (Girl Culture), November 7, 2004 p. F1
  143. Out Traveler (USA)
    “Lipstick Los Angeles” (Lipstick Lesbians), Winter 2004, pp. 70-77, Guinevere Turner
  144. Parade
    Wal-Mart Adevrtisement (Closet), August 19, 2007, p. 2
  145. Park Avenue (Germany)
    “Ohne Preis Keine Fleiss” (Heidi Fleiss), May 2008, p. 60
    “Der Grosse Biegsam” (Bikram), April 2008, p. 76
    Maria Shriver, February 2008, p. 118
    “Reich in der Mitte” (China Rich), December 2005, pp. 138-149, Janis Vougioukas
  146. People (USA)
    “Too Much Too Soon?” September 26, 2011, p. Cover, 160-168
    “Dayna Devon’s Tummy Tuck!”, September 17, 2007, p. 90
    “Too Young for Lipo?” November 13, 2007, p. 131
    “Dying to be Thin” (Thin), October 9, 2006
    “Together. Forever.” (Dr. Meredith Bacon) December 5, 2005
    “Moms and Kids Behind Bars,” November 2003, p. 117
    “Hollywood Kids” (Fast Forward), June 23, 1997, pp. 126-128
    “Living Dangerously,” September 23, 2006, p. 75
    “Smooth Operators” (Emergency Room TV), May 20, 1996, p. 86, Karen S. Schneider
    “You Say It’s Your Birthday” (Soleil Fry’s Party), November 20, 1995, p. 69
  147. Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine (USA)
    “Brenda Venus,” September 20, 1993
  148. Phosphore (France)
    “Les jeunes de l’Upper East Side Sonti-ils Comme Dans Gossip Girl”, 2011
  149. Photo (Italy)
    “La Guga in Avanti” (Fast Forward), May 1997, pp. 36-41
  150. Photo (France)
    “Comment Devenir Une Parfaite Amiricane” (Girl Culture), March 2003, pp. 72-77
    “Visa pour l’Image Perpignan” (Girl Culture), September 2002, p. 23
    “La Fuite En Avant” (Fast Forward), September 1995, pp. 64-69
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    “PDN Photo Annual 2007,” May 2007, p. 58, p. 97, p. 110, p. 150
    “Photo Books of 2006,” November 2006, p. 72
    “Remodeling Martha,” May 2006, p. 91
    “Icons of the 21st Century,” October 2005 p. 78
    “Who’s Shooting What?” January 27, 2005
  152. Photo Media (USA)
    “The Web Never Blinks” (Showgirls), Fall 1999, pp. 26-27
  153. Photographer’s Forum
    “Lauren Greenfield: Images of Identity”, Summer 2008, Cover, p. 24
  154. Photo Raw (Finland)
    “Dubai on Syvältä” (Goodbye Dubai) 2010 #10, pp.36-51
  155. Polka Magazine
    “Qu est donc passe le reve americain?” (“Where Has The American Dream Gone”), Spring 2008, pp. 36-37
  156. Popular Photography
    “The Skinny on Thin” (Thin), September 21, 2006 “Contact Sheet” (Dr. Hoefflin), March 2006, p. 18-19
  157. Positive Thinking
    “Love Your Life,” December 2005, p. 54 Post Magazine (Hong Kong)
    “Wasting Away,” November 5, 2006, p. 22
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    “Live and on Phire,quot” (Brat Pack), September 1995, p. 24, Dennis Hensley
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    “Lauren Greenfield,” Issue 29, p. 42
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    “Sharon Goes Shopping” (Shopping with Sharon Osbourne), November 2002, pp. 20-25, Kristina Richards
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The Queen of Versailles (2012)

The Queen of Versailles is a character-driven documentary about a billionaire family and their financial challenges in the wake of the economic crisis. With epic proportions of Shakespearean tragedy, the film follows two unique characters, whose rags-to-riches success stories reveal the innate virtues and flaws of the American Dream. The film begins with the family triumphantly constructing the largest privately-owned house in America, a 90,000 sq. ft. palace. Over the next two years, their sprawling empire, fueled by the real estate bubble and cheap money, falters due to the economic crisis. Major changes in lifestyle and character ensue within the cross-cultural household of family members and domestic staff.

An Evergreen Production
Director: Lauren Greenfield
Producer: Danielle Renfrew Behrens; Lauren Greenfield
Executive Producer: Dan Cogan; Frank Evers
Director of Photography: Tom Hurwitz
Music: Jeff Beal
Editor: Victor Livingston
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THIN (2006)

This film takes an affecting look at the struggles of women to overcome eating disorders. Photographer Lauren Greenfield goes inside the Renfrew Center in Coconut Creek, FL--a facility dedicated to helping women and girls overcome these disorders.

An Evergreen Production
Director: Lauren Greenfield
Producer: R.J. Cutler; Lauren Greenfield; Lisa Heller; Amanda Micheli; Ted Skillman; Joanne Toll
Executive Producer: Frank Evers
Director of Photography: Amanda Micheli
Music: Miriam Cutler
Editor: Kate Amend
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Magic City, A Film by Lauren Greenfield (Director's Cut, 2015)

Welcome to Magic City, a legendary strip club where dreams are made, whether for the dancers seeking fame and fortune, the rappers using it as a platform to the big time, or the ballers making it rain. Renowned documentarian, Lauren Greenfield, takes us into the heart of Atlanta’s sexiest music factory.

An Evergreen Production
Director: Lauren Greenfield
Producer: Lauren Greenfield;
Sandra Keats
Executive Producer: Frank Evers
Editor: Catherine Bull
Director of Photography: Bob Richman
Still Photography: Lauren Greenfield
WAT¢H

Bling Dynasty (2015)

For the über-rich in China it's not enough to own luxury goods, you need to know how to live a life of luxury. That's where Sara Jane Ho comes in. The Phillips-Exeter and Georgetown alumna is pioneering the etiquette industry in her native country to help affluent clients cultivate a refined taste, like napkin folding and learning how to eat "tricky" foods.

An Evergreen Production
Director: Lauren Greenfield
Producer: Sandra Keats
Executive Producer: Frank Evers
Director of Photography: Shana Hagan
Editor: Adam Parker; Miranda Yousef
PURCHA$E

Kids + Money (2008)

In the documentary short film "kids + money", Director Lauren Greenfield returns to her native Los Angeles to take the cultural temperature of a generation imprinted by commercial values. Born of the extremes of poverty and wealth that define the Los Angeles landscape, kids tell their stories in a series of cinematic portraits.

An Evergreen Production
Director: Lauren Greenfield
Line Producer: Alana Goldstein
Executive Producer: Frank Evers
Director of Photography: David Rush Morrison
WAT¢H

Beauty CULTure (2011)

Beauty Culture investigates our obsession with beauty and the influence of photographic representations on female body image. Film subjects hail from diverse points on the beauty landscape. Fashion photographers, child pageant stars, bodybuilders, teenagers, and intellectuals engage in a provocative dialogue that addresses the persistent "beauty contest" of daily life.

An Evergreen Production
Director: Lauren Greenfield
Producer: Frank Evers
Executive Producer: Steven Kochones
Music: Adam S. Goldman; Julian Wass
WAT¢H

Best Night Ever (2012)

"Best Night Ever" about Marquee, the highest grossing nightclub in America.

An Evergreen Production
Director: Lauren Greenfield
Producer: Rebecca Horn Black
Executive Producer: Frank Evers
Director of Photography: Sarah Levy
Editor: Dan Marks
PURCHA$E

Fashion Show (2010)

Lauren Greenfield's video "Fashion Show" mixes filmed footage with still photography from over 50 runway shows in New York, Milan and Paris. Cut to the pulsating beat of Fol Chen's latest musical single, "The Longer You Wait", the multimedia piece is an experiential journey through the life of the definitive fashion show.

An Evergreen Production
Director: Lauren Greenfield
Producer: Frank Evers
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THIN (monograph)

Critically acclaimed for Girl Culture and Fast Forward, Lauren Greenfield continues her exploration of contemporary female culture with Thin, a groundbreaking book about eating disorders. Greenfield's photographs are paired with extensive interviews and journal entries from twenty girls and women who are suffering from various afflictions. We meet 15-year-old Brittany, who is convinced that being thin is the only way to gain acceptance among her peers; Alisa, a divorced mother of two whose hatred of her body is manifested in her relentless compulsion to purge; Shelly, who has been battling anorexia for six years and has had a feeding tube surgically implanted in her stomach; as well as many others. Alongside these personal stories are essays on the sociology and science of eating disorders by renowned researchers Joan Jacobs Brumberg, Dr. David Herzog, and Dr. Michael Strober. These intimate photographs, frank voices, and thoughtful discussions combine to make Thin not only the first book of its kind but also a portrait of profound understanding.
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Girl Culture (monograph)

Revealing and insightful, Lauren Greenfield's classic monograph on the lives of American girls is back in print. Greenfield's award-winning photographs capture the ways in which girls are affected by American popular culture. With an eye for both the common and the eccentric, she visits girls of all ages, discussing issues ranging from eating disorders and self-mutilation to spring break and prom. With more than 100 mesmerizing photographs, 18 interviews, and an introduction by social and cultural historian Joan Jacobs Brumberg, this book is as vital and relevant now as when it was first published.
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Fast Forward (monograph)

Lauren Greenfield's acclaimed Fast Forward is a powerful look at Los Angeles youth culture and its influence on the rest of our society. From the affluent children of the Westside to the graffiti gangs and party crews of East LA, young Angelenos reckon with an overwhelming barrage of advertising and entertainment images emphasizing money, possessions, and eternal youth. This collection of 79 color photographs, accompanied by interviews with the children and their parents, reveals the realities of growing up fast in a culture that is at once irresistible and unforgiving.
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