Gallery Newsletter

  • 'POSTWAR SHADOWS' by ISHIUCHI MIYAKO

    GETTY MUSEUM, Los Angeles 06.10.2015 - 21.02.2016

    A huge congratulations to Ishiuchi Miyako for her fantastic new exhibition opening at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles this week. The first major survey of Ishiuchi's work in the US.

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  • Alfred Seiland

    New Shows Jan 30, 2015

    Alfred Seiland has received numerous awards for this work, including the Gold Medal of the Art Directors Club of New York, the Pro Prize, Epica d'Or and the Lead Award. He is represented with his works in numerous collections, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris. He is professor of photography at the Stuttgart Academy of Fine Arts.

     

    A new show opens at Grisebach Gallery in Dusseldorf, Germany on Jan 30 2015 until 13 March 2015.


    Also Gallerie Clairefontaine, Luxembourg, 7 March - 18 April



  • ANDRÉ VILLERS

    1930-2016

    The Michael Hoppen Gallery is sad to announce the passing of photographer Andre Villers.

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  • Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins

    BARBICAN 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

     

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  • ARAKI | Grand Diary of a Photo Maniac

    Jun 19, 2020

    'Searching a grid of mailboxes for Araki’s name in the anonymous lobby of a Tokyo apartment complex felt dangerously close to trespassing. I had been invited to meet him for the first time at this address, but the beige hallway seemed an unlikely choice for an artist who has courted controversy so flamboyantly throughout his career.'

    This week we hear Lucy Fleming-Brown's account of her first meeting with Nobuyoshi Araki, in Tokyo.

     

    Lucy is the gallery's resident Japanologist. She studied Japanese at Oxford University and travels regularly between London and Tokyo. Her research interests lie with post-war Japanese photography and experimental arts.

     

    We invite you to join us in the Viewing Room via the button below, for available works, anecdotes, and much more.

     

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