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    Mar 26, 2015 – May 16, 2015

    Marc Riboud - Paris to Peking

    ATLAS Gallery is delighted to announce an exhibition of rare prints from the personal archive of French photographer Marc Riboud at the gallery space on the corner of Chiltern Street from March 26 – May 9 2015, In 1957, Riboud was one of the only photographers to visit and document daily life in China, and the exhibition is a rare opportunity to view little-seen prints from this expedition. Early images of Paris, Central London, Woolwich, Wimbledon, Southend and Leeds taken after Riboud became a member of Magnum Photos in 1953 will also be part of the exhibition. This will be a unique opportunity to view these very rarely seen images, which form an essential but lesser known part of Riboud’s oeuvre.

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    May 23, 2015 – Jul 4, 2015

    Ernst Haas -Reconstructing London -Visions of the City after World War II Vintage Prints from 1949-1951

    Atlas Gallery presents an exhibition of previously unseen images by Austrian photographer Ernst Haas (1921-1986), which reveal post-war London in the years 1949 to 1951. The collection, which has never been published in its entirety or been on public display before, reconstructs London emerging from two of the darkest decades in its recent history into a bustling dynamic entity.

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    May 26, 2015 – Jul 4, 2015

    Lino Tagliapietra: GLASS AMBITION

    Mallett Antiques will stage the first ever UK exhibition of works by world-renowned artist Lino Tagliapietra, the 80-year-old Venetian master glass blower. He has been described by Dale Chihuly as "the greatest glassblower there ever was" and is the most ambitious and influential glassmaker of his generation. His vessels push the boundaries of traditional glass with monumental, new forms and spectacular colours. He is the only foreign living artist to have had a solo exhibition at the Smithsonian Renwick Gallery in Washington DC (2009). The upcoming exhibition will feature a large body of new work by the artist.

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    Jun 24, 2015 – Jul 17, 2015

    Bruce Nauman Prints 1970 - 2006 at Sims Reed Gallery

    Sims Reed Gallery is delighted to present ‘Bruce Nauman Prints 1970 – 2006’ in collaboration with Galerie Ronny Van de Velde. The exhibition will include around 30 prints and will run from 24 June – 17 July 2015 at The Economist Building, 30 Bury Street, London SW1.Nauman, born 1941, began printmaking in 1970 with a series of five screenprints called Studies for Holograms. These are effectively static ‘moments-from-a-video’ pieces, in which he used his own body, transforming his physical self into the medium out of which he makes his art. A full set of these is included in the show.This initial foray instigated an intensive ten-year period of keen printmaking, especially in the early 1970s, when Nauman lived in Southern California and worked actively with legendary printer/publisher Gemini G.E.L. This show includes several of the most important pieces from this period and carries on with prints he made later after his move to New Mexico in the 1980s, through to some of his most recent prints. Nauman’s work investigates the nature of language and the human body, and most of his art is performance based. Throughout his career he has used printmaking as a way to further investigate these themes and also create art with a more tangible character then the elusive performance art piece. Nauman stopped painting in 1965, so his prints are the only two-dimensional art on the market. Prices will range from £10,000 to £100,000. 

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