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GQ previews the exhibition celebrating Punk culture at the Michael Hoppen gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Friday, July 29, 2016
Updated: Friday, July 22, 2016

Punk emerged four decades ago as a backlash to the state of political and economic affairs in Britain, and the Kings road was the epicentre of the movement with Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s infamous shop “Sex” opening in 1971. It seems apposite, then, that in this age of uncertainty and increasingly disenfranchised groups of young people, the Michael Hoppen Gallery on the Kings Road is celebrating 40 years since the emergence of the Punk movement with an exhibition showcasing vintage prints.

 

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ARTINFO features ‘Under the Cuban Sun’ at Throckmorton Fine Art

Posted By AIPAD, Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Updated: Friday, July 22, 2016

Cuba and its people have served as subjects for legendary photographers as well as less well-known lensmen, both foreign and native born, from the beginning of the 1930s through today. The results of this artistic love affair with the Caribbean island are now on view at Throckmorton Fine Art in a specially curated show of more than 50 vintage photos titled “Under the Cuban Sun.”

  

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Stephen Bulger Gallery is negotiating the delicate matter of who owns Vivian Maier’s iconic art

Posted By AIPAD, Friday, July 22, 2016
Updated: Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Under other circumstances, the exhibition of about 40 photographs by the late Vivian Maier, opening Saturday at Toronto’s Stephen Bulger Gallery, would be as close to a slam-dunk in terms of public appeal, critical approbation and commercial success as you can get in the art world.

 

This time, though, the exhibition Bulger is calling Vivian Maier: Meaning Without Context isn’t going to earn the highly respected commercial gallery the proverbial one thin dime, even as its proprietor/founder, Stephen Bulger, 52, has been fielding calls from dozens of collectors eager to buy. In fact, while Meaning Without Context is going to be Bulger’s longest-running exhibition of 2016 (it closes Sept. 10), none of its photographs, which span the years 1949 through 1974, is for sale – a first in the gallery’s 22-year history.

 

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REVIEW - END at Michael Hoppen Gallery

Posted By AIPAD, Wednesday, July 20, 2016

For most people, the street outside their house is just a road they use to navigate their journeys to and from home. But in the case of Irish photographer Eamonn Doyle, the street outside his home in central Dublin is his realm of exploration. After an engaged rereading of playwright Samuel Beckett’s works, Doyle decided to delve deep into what he was most familiar with and find within that, a range of photographic subjects that would reveal to him the street in all its poetry and starkness.

 

At Michael Hoppen Gallery in London, Doyle’s first solo show, “END,” is the final installment in a series of three bodies of works, each distinct in their style and execution.  

 

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L'Oeil de la Photographie explores "Black & White and Kolor" at A Gallery for Fine Art Photography

Posted By AIPAD, Friday, July 1, 2016
Updated: Wednesday, June 29, 2016

A Gallery For Fine Photography presents Elliott Erwitt’s exhibition of 40 black & white and color photographs. The exhibition includes a selection of photographs from his newly published book Kolor, a masterwork of Erwitt’s color slides and Kodachromes.

 

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