SPRING NEWSLETTER 20'Feb 10, 2020
A look at the schedule at Michael Hoppen Gallery for the next six months.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR COLLECTORSNEW UK REGULATION Feb 3, 2020
A new regulation to prevent money laundering came into force in the UK on 10 January 2020. It affects all art dealers who sell works of art for more than €10,000 (about £8,500). Similar legislation has come into force across the EU and may follow before long in the USA.
The main implication for you our customer is that we are required by the new regulation to ask you for information about your identity and to produce verification of this through a government issued document. These checks are similar to those already followed by banks, law firms and major auction houses.
Winter Newsletter 19'Artist news & a look ahead to next years' programme of art fairs & exhibitions
As we come to the end of 2019 and look back on a very busy year, it is clear that photography continues to provide an extraordinary view of the world. We are very fortunate to work with so many talented and wonderful artists who each entrust us with their work. Every one of our shows and events have been a pleasure to work on and we so appreciate all the support we have enjoyed from you, our clients and friends.
LUCAS FOGLIANOMINATED FOR THE PRIX PICTET AWARD, 2019 Nov 12, 2019
Michael Hoppen would like to congratulate Lucas Foglia on his nomination for the Prix Pictet and to wish him, and all of the other shortlisted photographers, good luck for the award announcement tomorrow evening at the V&A museum.
Winter Newsletter 19'Highlights and news from our artists and team in Paris and Japan. Nov 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.