Gallery Newsletter

  • The Photography Show presented by AIPAD 2023

    Michael Hoppen's Highlights Mar 21, 2023

    Michael Hoppen Gallery is pleased to return to AIPAD, New York, this year with an exceptional group of vintage prints. Each one has a story to tell. In the coming weeks, we will be showcasing a series of highlights from our presentation, revealing the truths and fictions within them.

    We look forward to welcoming you to our stand (225) at the fair which opens to the public on Friday 31st March, where you will enjoy seeing our selection of works, many of which have never been exhibited before. 


    When Henri Cartier-Bresson fortuitously chanced upon the moment that a cheeky, young French boy was wandering down Rue Mouffetard in central Paris, hugging a bottle of wine in each arm, little did the great photographer know that the image would become one of the most iconic in photographic history. Hurrying home, the youngster's smile is rich with pride. The year is 1954; he is a child of the post-war period and emblematic of a certain European resilience. And yet, more than this, people love this photograph for its timeless quality, the way Cartier-Bresson captures something so essential about childhood. 


    - Michael Hoppen

  • Michael Hoppen interview for The Classic

    The Classic #09 Mar 20, 2023

    For the Spring 2023 edition of The Classic, Michael Diemar interviewed Michael Hoppen, delving into his career and how the Michael Hoppen Gallery came to be recognised as one of the leading photography galleries in Europe.


    From the first Peter Beard show in 1997 to Michael's discovery of the incredible eye of Krass Clement, the new issue will be launched at The Photography Show presented by AIPAD in late March 2023.


    To received a copy, please email us at


  • Masahisa Fukase 1961-1991

    First Retrospective in a Japanese Museum Mar 3, 2023
    Running from March 3rd - June 4th, 2023, the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, will present the first museum retrospective in Japan for the work of Masahisa Fukase.
    This exhibition will introduce the activities of an artist who was not only a contemporary of Nobuyoshi Araki and Daidō Moriyama but also pioneered new expressions from the 1960s to the 70s-the golden age of Japanese photography. Bringing together all of the icon's classic works including his snapshots of Yoko seen from the window to his last body of work before the fall which left him in a 20-year coma, Bukubuku.
    Masahisa Fukase 1961-1991
    3 March - 4 June 2023
    Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
    〒153-0062 | Yebisu Garden Place
    1-13-3 Mita Meguro-ku Tokyo, Japan
  • Tim Walker

    New Works Available Feb 28, 2023
    Michael Hoppen Gallery is thrilled to announce a selection of new works by British photographer, Tim Walker.
    The unveiling of these new editions anticipates the opening of Walker's touring exhibition Wonderful Things at The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, which opens to the public on 2nd May. The retrospective provides an immersive experience of Walker's fantastical imagination and his extraordinary vision.
    Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale of The Princess and the Pea, Guinevere van Seenus, 20 mattresses and 1 hot water bottle, is just one of the iconic images that has been selected by the artist from his seminal fashion photobook Pictures, to be produced as a limited edition fine art photograph.
    Please contact the gallery via the button below if you wish to receive more details for this work and the other images that are available.
  • Spring Newsletter 2023

    Feb 9, 2023

    This year will be an exciting one for the gallery… We are thrilled to announce that we will be taking a new exhibition space which will open in the autumn. This will not be conceived as a traditional gallery like the space we had at Jubilee Place, but will instead be a more intimate environment that will see photography in conversation with other media and arts. We see this as an opportunity to present a much more eclectic array of artworks and objects, such as drawings, textiles, sculpture and prints alongside photographs. 

    At the end of March we will exhibit at AIPAD in New York. We will include vintage prints by Danish photographer Krass Clement, whom we recently started representing and whose work will be shown in America for the first time. The images and stories that accompany his work are extraordinary in so many ways. 

    Our commitment to Japan continues and we will be revealing some incredible, previously unseen prints at the fair, as well rare vintage works by Lartigue, Blumenfeld and Cartier-Bresson. There will also be newly released editions by Tim Walker and Sarah Moon. We are also excited to present our new rising star – Monsieur Roussel whose unique prints from the 1940/50’s are sure to cause a stir upon their first showing in New York. 

    I am very excited by the appointment of Shoair Mavlian as the new Director of The Photographers’ Gallery and wish to congratulate her on new role. We have known Shoair since she joined Tate Modern in 2008 and worked alongside Simon Baker, and we then continued to follow her work during her five year tenure as the Director of Photoworks in Brighton. We are sure there will be some fascinating changes to The Photographers' Gallery program.

    I very much look forward to seeing you in the coming months. 


    - Michael Hoppen

    London, February 2023

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