Jim Naughten

  • Summer Newsletter 18'

    A review of the past few months at Michael Hoppen Gallery June 28, 2018

    We have had a very busy few months with Photo London bringing many photography lovers to the fair and to the gallery. I was delighted to have seen so many wonderful new pieces at Photo London - especially the exhibition curated by Hans Kraus. Photography, up until only a few years ago, was a physics and chemistry process. Whilst the chemistry has almost disappeared or at least the choices photographers had have gone, the physics is still there, and now the computer and phone have also joined the range of tools available to photographers. But I still believe that the wonders of traditional process are well worth understanding in order to learn the full spectrum of how an image was or could be made...

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  • JIM NAUGHTEN EVENTS

    FILM NIGHT & GALLERY TALK August 14, 2017

     

    MOUNTAINS OF KONG & KING KONG

    Saturday 14th October 

     

     

    A SHORT HISTORY OF STEREOSCOPY

    Thursday 28th september

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  • JIM NAUGHTEN

    nominated for the Prix Elysee prize June 28, 2016

    Photographer Jim Naughten has been nominated for the Prix Elysee prize for his exciting new project 'The Mountains of Kong'.

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  • JIM NAUGHTEN @ THE HORNIMAN MUSEUM

    STEREOSCOPIC IMAGES OF NATURAL HISTORY September 22, 2015

    A collection of mesmerising Natural History images by artist Jim Naughten, brought to three-dimensional life through stereoscopic photography.

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  • Jim Naughten

    Help Kickstart his Natural history book! July 16, 2015

    I am seeking your help to publish a unique and beautiful 3D stereoscopic book of my photographic project 'Animal Kingdom' to coincide with a series of public solo exhibitions beginning at the Horniman Museum in South London and Klompching Gallery in New York in October. Without your support, the book will not exist so any pledges you can make will be very gratefully received. All supporters will get their names printed in the book, and a VERY big thank you for bringing this book to life.

     

    The book will have an inbuilt stereoscopic viewer with lenses in the cover that will allow the images in the book to be seen in 3D. When you look through the viewer the images come to life and 'float' in front of you. The effect is quite spellbinding.

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