Paris Photo New York 2020Michael Hoppen's Highlights May 1, 2020
This week we present you with our fourth Viewing Room, to close the month of April and round up our Paris Photo New York offering.
I hope you enjoy my personal selection of highlights, which include individual works that resonate with me by Japanese photographers Katsuji Fukuda, Sohei Nishino and Iwao Yamawaki.
Also featured are pieces by Eamonn Doyle and Tim Walker as we take you through the story of each work and the artists' influences; from material as diverse as the maps traditionally used by pilgrims to navigate holy sites to 19th century concave mirrors.
As always I look forward to receiving your comments, queries and questions.
SPRING NEWSLETTER 20'February 10, 2020
A look at the schedule at Michael Hoppen Gallery for the next six months.
Winter Newsletter 19'Highlights and news from our artists and team in Paris and Japan. November 7, 2019
Our solo exhibition at the gallery in London, Tim Walker: Wonderful People, continues alongside the artist's major solo exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Wonderful Things. At Paris Photo we are showing an installation of new releases by Tim Walker, alongside works by Japanese post-war masters including Masahisa Fukase, Ishiuchi Miyako, Kikuji Kawada and Shomei Tomatsu, amongst others. We are also working in Japan, sourcing materials for our 2020 exhibition program as well as meeting artists and colleagues.
TIM WALKER: WONDERFUL THINGSSolo show at V&A opens soon September 21, 2019
Tim Walker's solo show at London's V&A museum opens 21 September.
Summer Newsletter 19'A look ahead at Michael Hoppen Gallery's programme August 27, 2019
The world of photography continues its march with even more images being uploaded, printed, emailed and looked at than ever before. Whilst this huge quantity of imagery vies for our attention on the many platforms we are now expected to look at daily, it is the true artists amongst us that win our undivided attention every time. Whether it is the visceral and extraordinary work that Paolo Pellegrin continues to make, or the highly creative exuberance that comes from the wonderful Tim Walker, it is clear that it is still photography which remains perfectly placed to react, record and embed images in our in our 21st century techno-culture.
SPRING NEWSLETTERFebruary 26, 2019
This is our first newsletter of the year and we wanted to let you know about the exciting things which will be happening over the next couple of months...
TIM WALKERSolo exhibition announced for V&A Museum, London July 24, 2018
Earlier this week, the Victoria and Albert Museum announced the first details of a new Tim Walker solo exhibition, set to open in September 2019. V&A director Tristan Hunt was delighted that Walker would 'work his magic' at the museum, building on his internationally celebrated reputation as a fashion photographer. Hunt broke the news that Walker would be unveiling a 'brand new body of work inspired by the V&A's collection', the British Journal of Photography reported.
TIM WALKERThe Garden of Earthly Delights November 22, 2017
Het Noordbrabants Museum are now showing Tim Walkers complete series of 26 photos inspired by Hieronymus Bosch’s (ca. 1450-1516) visual language. Commissioned by The Nicola Erni Collection.
NEWSLETTER WINTER '17Michael looks ahead to another exciting year for Michael Hoppen Gallery January 24, 2017
We begin 2017 with momentous world events surrounding us, and it seems churlish to talk about what our small gallery in London has planned for you for the year ahead, but having said that, I sincerely believe that in our own small way, we can all individually make a difference by what we do and how we behave. The world will continue to turn and we collectively can all make a difference by striving for excellence in doing what is right and continuing to create good diverse and interesting events around our daily lives. There are lots of positive things happening in the world of photography.
Vogue 100: A Century of StyleNew exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery February 10, 2016
To The Ends of the Earth: The Extraordinary world of Tim WalkerVogue festival 2015 April 17, 2015
From the Jungles of Papua New Guinea to the plains of Russia and, most recently, the kingdom of Bhutan, photographer Tim Walker revisits his most exotic Vogue shoots. In Discussion with his long-time collaborator and Vogue contributing fashion editor, Kate Phelan.
Saturday, 25 April 2015 from 14:00 to 15:00 (BST)Royal College of Art: Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU
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