Exhibition at the Strand Gallery from 28-05-12
I am extremely pleased and excited to be able to officially announce that I will be holding a solo exhibition at the Strand Gallery in central London. It will take place between the 28th of May and the 3rd of June 2012. The private view will be on Thursday the 31st of May.
The Strand Gallery is still part of the Proud Galleries group and along with their Chelsea and Camden branches have exhibited some of the ‘very best in contemporary and archive photography.’
I look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible – put it in your diaries now!
From the Proud Galleries website:
THE STRAND GALLERY
A stone’s throw from Trafalgar Square and easily accessible from both Charing Cross and Embankment Stations, the Strand Gallery is a superb and competitively priced venue for holding events. The gallery maintains a sense of calm in the centre of a bustling metropolis, providing an intimate evening reception space. The gallery occupies two floors with a downstairs area that is perfect for more exclusive occasions.
Over the last ten years Proud Galleries has become Europe’s most popular privately funded photographic gallery, consistently receiving some of the best press coverage in the country. With a focus on photography reflecting popular culture, encompassing rock & roll, fashion, sporting moments and more, our shows are always exciting, cutting edge and sometimes controversial.
Our unique position in the market makes us number one for photography enthusiasts, collectors, music lovers and newcomers to the field. With its finger firmly on the pulse Proud presents the very best photography in a way that cannot be beaten.
Proud Galleries Group was launched in autumn 1998 by Alex Proud to bring high quality photography to a mainstream market. Based upon a formula of exhibiting accessible shows around popular themes Proud Galleries instantly took the photography industry by storm. A series of landmark shows including ‘Destroy: The Sex Pistols’, ‘Rankin’s Nudes’, ‘The Rock n Roll Years’, ‘Underexposed’, ‘Rebel Life: Bob Marley’, ‘The Official Bob Dylan Show’ and ‘The Libertines’ attracted blanket media coverage and full-house, star-studded opening nights. With up to 10,000 customers per show, the galleries soon became the most popular private photographic gallery in Europe.