Lindsay Lohan is becoming somewhat of a cult figure, making a leap from the tabloids to the art world. Her latest project is the first short film by the New York-based artist Richard Phillips, a 90-second motion portrait of Lindsay Lohan, where Richard explores the legacies of classical portraiture in relation to contemporary culture’s mediated representations. The film will be presented by the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Venice between 1 – 5 June 2011, concurrent with the 54th international exhibition of the Venice Biennale.


Directed by: Richard Phillips and Taylor Steele
Director of Photography: Todd Heater
Costume Designer: Ellen Mirojnick
Creative Director: Dominic Sidhu
Art Director: Kyra Griffin
Editor: Haines Hall
Color mastering: Pascal Dangin for Boxmotion
Second Director of Photography: Alejandro Berger
Directors’ Assistant: Katerina Llanes
Wardrobe Stylist: Ira Hammons-Glass
Hair Stylist: Aaron Light
Make Up Stylist: Mylah Morales
Photographer: Christelle De Castro
Photographer’s assistant: Gregory Brouillette
Music: Tamaryn and Rex John Shelverton
Production: GE Projects
Typeface(s): Jean-Luc by Atelier Carvalho Bernau