LIFE GOES ON2021-06-30 - 2021-08-31
Alan Schaller is a London based photographer who specialises in black and white photography. His work is often abstract and incorporates elements of surrealism, geometry, high contrast and the realities and diversities of human life.
Living Apart/Water Worldwide2020-10-13 - 2020-11-28
After World War II, the South African government gradually developed rules and regulations to preserve the country’s white minority – a state of being more commonly known as Apartheid. The British photographer Ian Berry recorded this aspect of South African society and the resulting racial tensions, social difficulties and unnatural way that people, who could co-exist happily, were commanded to spend their lives Living Apart, hence the title of his nationally exhibited body of work and sell-out book was born.
The Pleasure Principle2020-02-20 - 2020-04-13
“There is only one famous person in the book,” says Chris Steele-Perkins of his photobook The Pleasure Principle. “It was a deliberate choice as I wanted the book to be about ‘ordinary’ people.
The Vanity Fair Years2020-01-31 - 2020-02-17
In 1988 Dafydd Jones was invited to New York by the journalist and editor Tina Brown to cover parties for Vanity Fair magazine initially for a month's try-out.
Nature Tales2019-12-13 - 2019-01-27
The exhibition at Leica Gallery London will showcase for the first time new diptychs by the artist – portraits of human characters paired with animals. Gonnord draws on the rich visual tapestry of time-old fables bringing to life the idea of a mythical animal or magical creature and then fitting this being with its human counterpart.
The Everyday Chaos of Ordinary Life2019-09-04 - 2019-10-20
‘I learned, I think everything I know about being an artist, using a Leica on the streets. It taught me to understand human nature and to predict even the kinds of little things that might be happening. It has engaged my curiosity with the world and the meaning that comes out of the world. It’s really been an instrument of my education and development as an artist. That’s a mighty tool.’ Joel Meyerowitz
Just Outside2019-07-17 - 2019-09-01
The exhibition ‘Just Outside’ is quintessential Cohen – the black & white and colour images are from his hometown and hone in on intimate moments between a group of kids or slices of faces up close and personal, weird and wonderful angles are achieved through his nimble balletic moves and quick-as-a-flash snapping.