We are pleased to welcome to Gas Gallery photographer Pedro Alvarez.
Pedro Alvarez is a professional photographer based in London, UK. Whether shooting people or locations, Pedro’s images have a subtle beauty. With his very particular use of colour and light he shines a spotlight on intimate, unguarded moments, which appear incidental but carefully crafted. Shooting at that magic, dreamy hour around dusk, there is often a sense of tension in Pedro’s work – a suggestion of theatricality. He shoots people with a human touch, drawing a warmth and empathy from his subjects.
Gas Gallery is pleased to present a series of limited edition fine art c-type prints from Pedro's portfolio of work including his New York series 'The Hailers'.
We are showing at the Spring edition of the Battersea Affordable Art Fair. Free tickets are available. For further information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are seeking a temporary assistant to work at the Affordable Art Fair, London from 8 - 12 March 2017. Ideally a recent graduate with an Arts degree, who is resourceful, practical and enjoys working with people. The right candidate will assist the Gallery director in running the stand at the show, dealing with customers, taking orders to the wrapping station, fielding enquiries and helping with rehanging the stand at different intervals.
Some sales and customer relations experience is desirable. Hourly rate paid plus subsistence at the show.
All enquiries please contact Gina Cross : email email@example.com
We are delighted to present 2 new limited edition prints and one new original by Delphine Lebourgeois.
Released in January 2017 and available to view at our studio and in forthcoming shows, Delphine says of these new works ...
'I started the “Heroes and Villains” collection after the Bataclan attacks in Paris back in November 2015.
During the following year, I worked on a number of large original drawings tackling the difficult issue of war, with a child at the heart of each image and the question of society's and adults role towards that child.
Some of these images were dark but they were essential and truthful to what I tried to convey. The drawings showed what I wanted to denounce
Gradually, I moved towards more positive grounds and concentrated on the antidote: “Protection”, a theme that has long been running in my work (The Inner Child, Iroquoise etc...).
This binary rhythm of danger/protection , war/peace, battle/comfort is the essence of what “pushes” me into drawing. A necessary heartbeat
The images that are released this month are all about empowerment of children... real children but also that part of innocence and freedom we all need to hold on to
There will be more Super girls and Super boys coming out this year, all adorned by adventure, irreverence, cheekiness, and courage!