Monthly Archives: February 2015

NOW SHOWING: Slightly Offstage, Photographs by Gill Shaw

The Strand Gallery is proud to present ‘Slightly Offstage’ a unique collection of candid photographs of luminaries of the arts by celebrated British photographer Gill Shaw.

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Showing at the gallery from 3rd – 15h March 2015, this beautiful retrospective of Shaw’s photographs, rarely exhibited as a complete body of work, pays testament to her innovative style and casual sincerity. From Ringo Starr and The Bee Gees to Dame Helen Mirren, Shaw puts this exceptional roll call of celebrities at ease in front of her camera as she captures their private and ‘off stage’ moments, sharing another, more intimate side of these stars.

Renowned for not only her photographic talent but also her tireless campaigning and support for various charities, Shaw will be raising funds for Red Nose Day 2015, with 20% of all photographs sold to be donated directly to Comic Relief. We are thrilled to bring you this rare opportunity to see this stunning collection and own part of it for yourself, whilst contributing to a British Institution that helps change so many people’s lives around the world.

Slightly Offstage, Photographs by Gill Shaw will be showing at The Strand Gallery from 3rd – 15th March 2015, 11am – 6pm, Monday – Sunday. 

20% of proceeds will be donated to Comic Relief : Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales) SCO39730 (Scotland)

NOW SHOWING: Faces, The Farmers’ Odyssey by Amri Ginang

The Strand Gallery is delighted to announce our upcoming exhibition by Amri Ginang, a famed Sabahan (Borneo) photographer, as he presents Faces: The Farmers’ Odyssey sponsored by the Malaysian Palm Oil Council. Amri Ginang studied photography in London in the 70’s, where he discovered a myriad of artistic movements which led to a career as photographer of fine art and fashion, these influences can still be seen today  as much of his portfolio is characterised by a preference for black and white – a staple of fashion photography.

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Faces: The Farmers’ Odyssey will be showing at  The Strand Gallery, London, England from 24th to 28th February