Works by Kirsten Everberg and Anthony Lepore hang in Opie’s home
Gift from Ed Ruscha, his book They Called Her Styrene
CLOCKWISE - works by Karl Heinz Weinberger, Judy Fiskin, Suzanne Wright, Julie Burleigh, Judy Fiskin, Heather Rasmussen, and Matthew Barney. CENTER - Donald Moffet
Work by Raymond Pettibon
LEFT TO RIGHT - mini Jeff Koons egg, box of McSweeny books, Pope figurine (Gift from Opie’s partner Julie), deer box made by Opie’s son Oliver
A work by Lari Pittman hangs in Opie’s stairwell
CLOCKWISE FROM BOTTOM LEFT - Works by Andrea Zittell, Catherine Opie, David Deustch, Anthony Lepore, Richard Hawkins, Robert Gober, Jim Welling, Suzanne Wright, Eric Fischl
LEFT TO RIGHT - Works by Heather Rasmussen and Michael Henry Hayden
Opie’s partner Julie’s chicken and bunny area
Images by unknown photographers hang in Opie’s bathroom

Catherine Opie

Creative Direction by Jan-Willem Dikkers
Images by Austin Irving 

Catherine Opie
Born in Sandusky, Ohio in 1961, Catherine Opie is a Los Angeles-based fine art photographer and professor of photography at UCLA. Opie’s work is a mix of personal and political, informed by her identity as a lesbian, and includes extensive documentation of niche communities as well as self-portraits. Her work has been collected by museums such as the Guggenheim and the Museum of Contemporary Art (LA). Opie most recently released 700 Nimes Road, a photo book documenting the home and possessions of Elizabeth Taylor.