SPRING NEWSLETTERFeb 26, 2019
This is our first newsletter of the year and we wanted to let you know about the exciting things which will be happening over the next couple of months...
Interviews By Sotheby'sFine Jewels and the Surreal Collages of Sammy Slabbinck DEC 5, 2018
Dover Street Market commissioned contemporary artist Sammy Slabbinck to create artworks for an exhibition of Sotheby's fine jewels at its Haymarket Store. The jewels will go on sale in Sotheby's Fine Jewels sale on 11 December. We spoke to Sammy to find out more about his work and inspiration.
Hitchcock remade and fake IDs: Paris Photo's altered realityPARIS PHOTO REVIEW, GUARDIAN ONLINE Nov 13, 2018
From doctored passport pics to stick-on Hitler moustaches, maverick minds and painstaking processes reign at the photography show where art meets commerce
- Written by Sean O'Hagan, The Guardian
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...