71a is a gallery and events space located in East London. As home to youth culture brand HUCK and film title Little White Lies, we champion and influence creative rebellion and nonconformist cultures, communities, and artists.
We exhibit contemporary practices from photography to illustration and film screenings, sharing stories that would otherwise go untold and work alongside brands and artists to create bespoke experiences that resonate with audiences across youth culture and beyond.
Arnaud Adida, founder of the Acte 2 gallery, has decided to create a new space dedicated to photography and contemporary art named “A.galerie”. Located in the 16th arrondissement, close to Pont de l’Alma, between the Palais de Tokyo and the Fondation Yves Saint-Laurent, A.galerie will mainly display photographs and occasionally contemporary art.
Located in the heart of the West Hollywood Design District, Art Angels was founded in 2013 by Jacquelin Napal and Kat Emery.
Art Angels’ contemporary and provocative style has attracted collectors from around the world. Exhibiting a selection of both established and emerging artists, Art Angels offer a truly eclectic mix for their clientele with an ever growing number of innovative artists joining the Art Angels family.
The rapidly successful gallery has become the go-to destination for artists and collectors alike, who want to be a part of something visionary and unique. Attracting a wealth of high profile businesses and individuals as clients, Art Angels offers the VIP experience whilst maintaining the down to earth, approachable vibe it built itself on.
Reflecting on their success, the Angels note; Art Angels was built out of a shared love for art and the belief that everyone should have the opportunity to enjoy and acquire art in an environment that is both welcoming and inspiring.
Camera Work gallery specializes in contemporary photography and vintage masterworks since its founding in 1997.
It is our aim to show the development of photo-art from its inception to the present by presenting classical icons such as Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Patrick Demarchelier, Helmut Newton, Irving Penn, Man Ray and Herb Ritts.
Even though the emphasis of the exhibited works is on nude, portraiture and fashion photography, the spectrum of photographs also encompasses the genres of landscape, architecture and still life.
Nowadays, photography is increasingly influential in contemporary art and contributes to blurring the boundaries between different artistic mediums.
Our ambition is to consciously emphasize this increasing tendency by paying special attention to contemporary artists with creative potential, such as Nick Brandt, Tina Berning & Michelangelo Di Battista, David Drebin, Jean-Baptiste Huynh, Russell James, Robert Polidori, Eugenio Recuenco, Martin Schoeller and Christian Tagliavini
Camera Work regularly joins the world’s most important fairs for photo art, Paris Photo, Photo London, Photofairs Shanghai and Photofairs San Francisco among them. In order to focus even more on contemporary photography, Camera Work opened a second gallery in Berlin, named CWC Gallery, in 2012.
Christophe Guye Galerie is a contemporary art gallery, representing national and international artists who consider the medium of photography within the larger context of current art practices. First and foremost conceptual artists who choose to express their vision through the use of a camera or light sensitive materials, the works of these emerging talents, as well as mid-career and established artists, notably contribute to the historical discourse of art, as well as to the expanding medium of photography and to the evolution of contemporary art at large.
Founded by Christophe Guye in 2006 – former SCALO|GUYE Gallery – in Los Angeles, the gallery moved to its current location in Zurich/ Switzerland in 2010. With five to seven shows per year, the programme varies between solo and group exhibitions that include works by gallery as well as guest artists and are occasionally organised by invited curators. In addition, the gallery embraces the long-term counselling of collections and the fostering of new collectors, as well as the curating and organising of exhibitions in collaboration with institutions, museums, and partner galleries. The gallery participates in Paris Photo, Photo London and Unseen Amsterdam.
Moreover, the gallery offers limited edition art books from independent publishing houses such as amana and FOIL, Tokyo as well as Mörel Books and Nobody Publishing, London, among others.
The Fahey Klein Gallery is devoted to the enhancement of the public’s appreciation of the medium of photography through the exhibition and sale of 20th Century and Contemporary Fine Art Photography.
Since the gallerys inception, our exhibition program has embraced a broad range of diverse photographers from Edward Weston to Berenice Abbott; Man Ray to Henri Cartier-Bresson; Irving Penn to Melvin Sokolsky; Horst P. Horst to Herb Ritts; Peter Beard to James Nachtwey, among many others. The Fahey/Klein Gallery is a leader in the field of Photography and is respected among collectors and colleagues.
This position of leadership is a result of our dedication to the medium of photography, experience, and knowledge, which, over the many years, has been enhanced by the wide range of services the gallery offers. The gallery staff has extensive experience in curating private and corporate collections, as well as selling and placing large private collections. Additionally, the gallery has an active program of offering secondary market works and consigned photographs to its broad collector base.
Founded in 2007 in Cologne, Kaune Contemporary centers on international photography that adapts contemporary and documentary resources.
The gallery represents artists like Nathan Baker, Bruno Bisang, Marina Gadonneix, Peter Granser, Jacqueline Hassink, Stefan Heyne, Todd Hido, Jason Lazarus and Greg Stimac.
Those contemporary positions reflect on our attitude: the confidence in stringent photographic ideas. Our program aims at the curiosity about the world like it is, not like it could be.
The hight aesthetic standard of the works slows down the media overkill to more manageable, sequential moments, therefore allowing the heart and soul of photography to be saved from drowning in a quagmire of artificial experiences. Our strained, selective perception takes refuge on islands of reflection.
ONGallery is an international destination for vintage and contemporary photographic and fine art prints. We, curate exclusive imagery for your home, office, hotel, restaurant, yacht, in short – your walls. Since our launch in October 2015, ONGallery has been recognised by international press for its purposeful collections, fine art imagery and exceptional artists.
Our ONGallery team negotiates agreements with new artists, estates and archives to bring you exceptional artworks at a range of prices. We present these works in themes and collections for you to browse and select. Once you’ve chosen the pieces that you want for your walls, our order process is simple and efficient, with delivery to your home within 15 days. And you have the comfort of our 15 days no quibble returns policy.
We know that sometimes it is difficult to decide what you’d like for your space, whether it’s your first art purchase or you’re a seasoned collector. So if you’d like a little help in choosing the right pieces, you can call upon one of our personal curators to advise you; completely free of charge. We’ll make sure you buy something you’ll love.
Situated since 2012 in the vicinity of Cannes in a brand new and uncluttered 500 m2 space, Opiom Gallery brings to our scrutiny a curated selection of artists articulated through two mediums only: Photography and Sculpture. Arisen out of a genuine passion for art, it is the desire to represent and promote artists with whom he shares a sincere and personal connection that drew Michaël Zingraf to launch this new venture.
The gallery’s program oscillates between emerging and established artists, all of whom demonstrate a willingness to unravel and push forward their medium of choice. From Korea to the United States, from traditional photography to digital art, from bronze mesh to forged steel, all of them have passion and authenticity for common grounds.
Alongside temporary exhibitions, a dedicated floor features a display of significant new works by each represented artist, on a year-round basis. Regularly updated, the selection aims to provide a broader and actualized vision of the diversity one can offer within its own corpus.
In parallel to its gallery activities, OPIOM also acts as an art consultant for both individuals and enterprises.
Preiss Fine Arts is one of the world’s leading galleries which represents only the most famous fine art photographers of the world.
For more than 10 years – founded by Andrea Preiss in 2008 – PREISS FINE ARTS is one of the most successful players on the international art market and responsible for the developing importance of fine art photography.
Preiss Fine Arts represents the world’s most sought after fine art photographers like Albert Watson, Michel Comte, SanteD’Orazio, Liu Bolin, Alison Jackson, Ellen von Unwerth, Mark Seliger, Roxanne Lowit, Andreas H. Bitesnich, Arthur Elgort, David Drebin, Nigel Parry, Rankin, Guido Argentini, Howard Schatz, Guy Aroch, Marc Baptiste, Bruno Bisang, Iris Brosch, Howard Schatz, and many more.
Preiss Fine Arts is taking care of its exclusive collectors from all over the world in a highly professional and individual way. We deliver worldwide . In order to deliver collectors items in museum quality we are working only with the best regarding framing and delivery.