American/Swedish photographer Jesper Haynes was born in Edinburgh, Scotland 1962.
When he was 16 years old he met Andy Warhol in Stockholm who encouraged him to come and live in New York, once in New York he started working for Ralph Gibson printing in the darkroom for five years.
Days were spent in the darkroom and nights at club Area while living in Larry Clarks apartment on Hudson and Canal, “I never saw daylight”.
Jesper has since established himself as an artist documenting his unique lifestyle through photography.
His photographs are part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm, Sweden.
He shares his time between New York (where he is based), Bangkok, Paris and Tokyo.
Jesperhaynes@hotmail.com or use the contact form below.
2018 March 'Thank You', Studio 35 minutes, Tokyo.
2017 May, 'Haynesville Inverted', Studio 35 Minutes, Tokyo.
2017 April, 'Haynesville Inverted', Jam Factory Gallery, Bangkok.
2016 October 'Haynesville Inverted', Erik Axl Sund Gallery, Stockholm.
2016 May 'One Night', Studio 35 minutes, Tokyo.
2016 April 'Haynesville', Kata Gallery, Tokyo.
2016 March 'BROOKLYN 11211', Soy Sauce Factory, Bangkok.
2015 April 'Haynesville', Soy Sauce Factory, Bangkok.
2015 March 'New York Darkroom', Speedy Grandma, Bangkok.
2014 April '404 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, NY', Kata Gallery, Tokyo.
2013 April 'You Are In Love With Everything', Kata Gallery, Tokyo.
2013 April 'Gig', Moose, Bangkok.
2013 February 'Shibuya Legs', The Space, Bangkok.
2012 November "Obsession", W.I.P., New York.
2012 April, 'New York Darkroom', Kata Gallery, Tokyo.
2011 June, 'St. Marks 1986-2006', Gallery OneTwentyEight, New York.
2011 October ‘Celebration’, Hendershot Gallery, New York.
2011 April, 'Bicycle Stories', Liquid Room Gallery, Tokyo.
2011 February, 'St. Marks book show', The Space, Bangkok.
2010 August, 'St. Marks book release and exhibition', Lydmar Hotel, Stockholm.
2010 April, 'Life and Art', Liquid Room Gallery, Tokyo.
2010 February, 'St. Marks 1986-2006' at NoSpace Gallery, Bangkok.
2009 November, 'St. Marks 1986-2006', Lydmar Hotel, Stockholm.
2016 May 'Brooklyn's the Borough', Doyle, New York.
2015 August ''21st Precinct Art Exhibit-One Year Anniversary show',Judith Charles Gallery, New York.
2014 August '21st Precinct Art Exhibit', 327 East 22nd street, New York.
2014 July 'Come Rain, Come Shine', Gallery OneTwentyEight, New York.
2013 December 'Art Basel', Miami.
2013 November '57th Street, Now and Then', Gallery OneTwentyEight, New York.
2012 March, '25 Years Anniversary show', Gallery OneTwentyEight, New York.
2012 February, 'Come and Get It! Pop-up Shop', Hendershot Gallery, New York.
2012 January, 'Outlaw Group Show', Whitebox Gallery, New York.
2011 November, 'Waves...the tides of time', Gallery OneTwentyEight, New York.
2016 October 'Haynesville #5 - Inverted Issue'
2016 October 'Maison Michel Paris'
2016 April 'BROOKLYN 11211'.
2016 March 'Haynesville#4'.
2015 September 'Haynesville #3'.
2015 April 'Haynesville #2'.
2015 April 'New York Darkroom (red cover)'.
2015 April 'New York Darkroom (b/w cover)'.
2015 April, 'St Marks 1986-2006, Twenty years of Love and Friendships' (third edition).
2015 March 'Gig-a celebration of Bangkok's indie scene 2003-2013' (second edition).
2015 March 'Shibuya Scramble' (second edition).
2014 September 'Haynesville #1'.
2014 April 'Shibuya Scramble'.
2014 April 'Gig-a celebration of Bangkok's indie scene 2003-2013'.
2014 April, 'St Marks 1986-2006, Twenty years of Love and Friendships' (second edition).
2010 March, 'St Marks 1986-2006, Twenty years of Love and Friendships' (first edition).
Many of these titles can be found in selected museums, galleries and art/photography book shops in New York, Paris, London, Stockholm, Bangkok and Tokyo, or order direct from HERE.
All published by Pinkuneko Publishing, New York.