Levon Biss ‘Microsculpture’,
Genesis Supports the Second Edition of Photo London,
The Rolling Stones by Gered Mankowitz,
Tom Illsley ‘Meridian’…
Levon Biss ‘Microsculpture’ at The Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Opening next month, Microsculpture presents a collaboration between the museum and photographer Levon Biss, showcasing beautifully-lit high magnification portraits that capture the microscopic form of insects from the Oxford University Musem of Natural History’s collection, in striking large-format and high-resolution detail.
Measuring up to three metres in length, Microsculpture’s photographic prints have been produced on Dibond using our Direct to Media UV printing service to surround the visitor. Seen alongside the tiny insect specimens themselves, this huge transformation of scale offers a unique viewing experience… Read more.
From 27 May
Genesis Supports Photo London as the Fair’s Print and Finishing Partner
19 – 22 May
The Rolling Stones by Gered Mankowitz
Veteran British music photographer Gered Mankowitz has revisited his legendary Rolling Stones archive for a new London exhibition, produced using our ChromaLuxe Fine Art Printing service and accompanied by a signed limited edition book, Off The Hook: The Rolling Stones by Gered Mankowitz.
The exhibition of the best of Gered’s Stones’ photography from 1965-67 at London’s Snap Galleries will coincide with Exhibitionism, the international exhibition on the Rolling Stones opening at the Saatchi Gallery, which will also include a selection of Gered’s iconic images… Read more
Until 28 May
Tom Illsley ‘Meridian’ at The Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre
Tom Illsley presents his inaugural solo show ‘Meridian’, a development of the original project which was awarded the Nottingham Trent Universary Photography award in June 2015; our third 2015 student photography bursary award with Nottingham Trent University, comprised of £1000 of production services towards an exhibition of work one year after graduation.
Illsley’s series ‘Meridian’ is an exploration of central geographical locations within Great Britain and implies free liberal methods of enquiry such as the dérive – the notion of drifting around a landscape, traditionally an urban one. Read more.
Until 15 May
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