TIM WALKERSolo exhibition announced for V&A Museum, London From September, 2019
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.
Summer Newsletter 18'A review of the past few months at Michael Hoppen Gallery Jun 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...
SOHEI NISHINOJOINT WINNER OF THIS YEAR'S MAST FOUNDATION PHOTOGRAPHY GRANT
Michael Hoppen Gallery is delighted to announce that Sohei Nishino is the winner of this years Mast Foundation grant for Photography. The award supports research on the image of industry and work, giving voice to new generations of artists.
Another Kind of Life: Photography on the MarginsBARBICAN GALLERY, LONDON 28 February - 27 May 2018
Touching on themes of gender and sexuality, drugs and addiction, youth culture and minorities of all kinds, the show features the work of 20 photographers from the 1950’s to the present day,
including work by Daido Moriyama.
ISHIUCHI MIYAKOIshiuchi Miyako's Grainy World at Yokohama Museum of Art 9 December 2017 - 4 March 2018
The photographs on display will demonstrate Ishiuchi Miyako‘s themes and her unique photo-making style. Consisting of approximately 200 items from her early years to some later never-before-shown photos