Gallery Newsletter

  • William Klein Obituary

    The Guardian Sep 12, 2022

    American photographer William Klein, who made his mark with imagery of fashion and urban life, has died in Paris aged 96, his son Pierre Klein said in a statement Monday. Klein, whose striking depictions of the restlessness and violence of city life helped revolutionize photography, died “peacefully” on Saturday, the statement said. Celebrated as one of the 20th century’s most influential artists, Klein also worked in film and fashion.

  • Harley Weir x Beauty Papers

    with Charlotte Cotton Sep 8, 2022

    Dedicated to 'All The Dolls In The World,' Harley Weir's latest book is themed around the body, beauty, the artifice of articial representation of women (and people) and the desire to be desired. It is extremely, ultra-enjoyably, visually impactful. Elements of body horror are shot through genuine beauty. It's not pretty, but it is pretty shocking. Over 208 pages, Harley illustrates every aspect of her aesthetic. It changes the way you see...


  • Ishiuchi Miyako | Stills Centre for Photography

    First solo show in Scotland Jul 28, 2022
    To coincide with the Edinburgh Art Festival, Stills will be presenting Ishiuchi Miyako's first solo exhibition in Scotland. The exhibition, running from 28 July - 8 October 2022, will consist of Ishiuchi's work from her series Mother's, Hiroshima and Frida. 

    Ishiuchi will be present for several events during the opening days of the festival including a talk with Stills director Ben Harman on 2 August at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

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  • New Peter Beard Biography

    "Wild" by Graham Boynton Jul 22, 2022
    Graham Boynton's Wild is the definitive biography of photographer Peter Beard, a larger-than-life icon who pushed the boundaries of art and scandalized international high society with his high-profile affairs.

    He was the original 20th century "enfant terrible" with the looks of a Greek god who blazed like a comet across the worlds of art, photography, and fame. The scion of several old WASP fortunes, he was by instinct an adventurer, and the more dangerous the escapade, the better: whether he was hunting big game in Africa, ingesting epic quantities of drugs, or pursuing the most beautiful women in the world. Among his friends were Jackie Onassis, Andy Warhol, and Francis Bacon. When Peter Beard died in 2020 after mysteriously disappearing from his Montauk home, he remained an enigma to even his closest friends.

    Journalist and author Graham Boynton was a friend for more than 30 years, spending time with Beard at his bush camp in Africa, in London, and at his Long Island home. From hundreds of Boynton's interviews with Beard's closest friends, former lovers, and fellow artists comes this intimate portrait of a man Sir Mick Jagger called "a visionary."

  • Summer Newsletter 2022

    Jul 13, 2022


    Ori Gersht
    Krass Clement


    Eamonn Doyle and Jean Curren at Photo Ireland, Dublin.
    Until August 28, 2022

    Ishiuchi Miyako solo exhibition at Stills Gallery, Edinburgh
    July 28 - October 8, 2022

    John Davies, Bill Brandt and Charles Jones in Radical Landscapes at Tate Liverpool.
    Until September 4

    Siân Davey is a nominee for The Prix Elysée with her new series, The Garden


    Frieze Masters
    12 - 16 October 2022 in The Regents Park, London

    Paris Photo
    10 - 13 November at the Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris


    Closed: July 30 - August 21,  2022
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