L A Noble Gallery
We are at:
Maybe A Vole 51 King Henrys Walk, London, N1 4NH
This is not a mailing address, please contact via email only.
Chris Steele-Perkins : ARTIST TALK
Chris Steele-Perkins will talk in detail about Japan Suite, which has been continuously developed for many years. This is a rare opportunity to meet the artist & hear him speak frankly about his work. Spaces are limited, so please email to reserve a place to avoid disappointment on the night. Tickets £5. Thursday 12 December 18:30. Please arrive promptly.
Tues 3 December 18.30 – 20.00
Participation: £12 per person – payment in advance (non-refundable)
In keeping with the tradition of salons in the 1930′s we shall be conducting our own salons for photographers to bring one of their photographs to discuss at the gallery. This is a rare opportunity for photographers who want feedback on a particular project to discuss their work both with their peers and with one of London’s leading gallerists.
Each salon we ask photographers to bring one print or image on a laptop to speak about with the group for 5 minutes. The group will then offer advice, feedback and ask questions. Gallery Director Laura Noble will also offer advice and suggestions regarding the work and presentation skills for each participant.
With only eight places for each salon booking is essential.
To reserve a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and a link to your work if available. Please include a contact telephone number in your email for confirmation.
Here are just some of the comments we received from participating photographers who have attended our Salon events so far:
“Thanks for the other evening. Lots of ideas flowing around at the Summer Salon & a wide variety of work = great.”
“I really enjoyed tonight’s event, thanks for organizing it. I hope to see more of this kind of thing in the future!”
“A great night. Such a variety of work and all of it brilliant!”
“Thank you for having me! It was really useful to practice talking about the project or vague idea. And a privilege to look at the start of all the other photographers projects too. Thank you.”
“It was very refreshing to present work to a like minded audience that was willing to listen and give positive, constructive feedback. Presenting a single image for five minutes can be difficult, especially when you don’t do it often. Overall a very positive and relaxing experience. Thank you all for the feedback!”
Following the success of our first two Salon evenings, we are happy to release more dates in the programme. Iced tea will be provided to keep participants happy and refreshed. Don’t forget to bring a notebook.
Collecting Course: TO BOOK YOUR OWN PRIVATE EVENING CONTACT US on email@example.com
Due to popular demand, we are introducing a new three hour course: ‘Collecting For Beginners’
Wed 4 December 18.00 – 21.00
Refreshments will be provided throughout and we also recommend that you bring a notebook with you.
As places are very limited booking is essential, payment is required in advance – non refundable. £150 per person
“Collecting For Beginners’ consists of three lectures and is aimed at the collector who would like to begin or expand their collection with confidence. Photographer’s may also find this course invaluable to learn more about how the market works and to further understand the mindset of the photography collector.
1. Collecting Photography
The basic knowledge you need to begin to collect photography and the importance of research. This includes key information on how to source, buy, conserve and build a collection.
2. How editions work – Why a photograph has value
Editioning is a key factor for all budding collectors and photographer’s keen to enter the market. The size of an edition can dramatically alter an artist’s sales and the position they hold within the art market. Understanding the reasoning behind limited editions and the classification of a print such as a vintage, modern or posthumous print has a great bearing upon its worth. By learning the way in which editions work you can purchase with confidence and photographers can avoid being bracketed at the lower end of the market.
3. Curating your collection
This is where you put what you have learnt into practice and really get into the collectors mindset. A very useful and fun exercise for both photographers and new collectors alike.
(One full day or 3 evening sessions for groups of 15 or more) £300 per person / group discounts for over 5 persons/students/OAP’s