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Show at Gallery 286 London

Thursday, 23 May 2024 18:12 Published in News

Two works are on show in Analogue virtual worlds: Display holography at the dawn of cyberspace.
at Gallery 286, London, 16 May - 16 June 2024.

 

Installation view at Gallery 286, London.  Used with permission  © Jonathan Ross 2024.

 

Analogue virtual worlds

Wednesday, 22 May 2024 20:48 Published in Group Exhibitions

Analogue virtual worlds:
Display holography at the dawn of cyberspace.Gallery 286, London.
16 May - 16 June 2024.

The exhibition has been curated by Sydney Koke drawing from work in the Jonathan Ross Collection.
 
Two pieces by Andrew Pepper are included:
 
 
Exhibition installation view at Gallery 286, London. Used with permission © Jonathan Ross 2024
 

Exhibiting Artists:

PATRICK BOYD

MARGARET BENYON

CAROLINE PALMER

HARRIET CASDIN-SILVER

JIM MCINTYRE

PEARL JOHN

ANDREW PEPPER

JONATHAN MITTON

MARTIN WALL

JEFFREY ROBB

DAN SCHWEITZER

MARTIN RICHARDSON

SUSAN COWLES

 

A full-colour catalogue is available from the Gallery or can be downloaded free of charge here:

www.gallery286.com/analogue-virtual-worlds/

 

Analogue virtual worlds: Display holography at the dawn of cyberspace. Gallery 286, London, 16 May - 16 June 2024.

Curated by Andrew Pepper the Unsupported Mark attempts to explore how artists have examined and exploited the luminous, unsupported, mark, both physically and conceptually. It draws work from the extensive Jonathan Ross Holography Collection, which has been acquiring a breadth of approaches to the medium from artists for 40 years.

Twenty artists have been selected with work ranging form 1979 to the present.

The exhibiton also includes a new work by Pepper (below), produced at The Light Foundry, Santa Fe, New Mexico in association with Artist August Muth.

Centre Column-Blue, 2017.

Dichromate gelatine on glass: H 63.5 x W 48 x D 2.5 cm.

Exhibiting artists included:

Margaret Benyon, Rudie Berkhout, Caroline Palmer, Doris Vila, Andrew Pepper, Susan Cowles, Adrian Lines, Pearl John, Sam Moree, Jon Mitton, Michael Waller-Bridge, Martin Wall, Edwina Orr, Dieter Jung, Pepe Buitrago, John Kaufman, Jo Fairfax, Paul Scattergood, Paula Dawson and Dan Schweitzer.

 


 13th - 30th March 2018

 

 

Mid Winter - Love Light

Thursday, 25 February 2016 14:49 Published in Group Exhibitions

Mid Winter - Love Light includes 'Line Addition', one of Andrew Pepper's early works with drawing and holography made in association with Light Fantastic Gallery, London, in the 1980's.

Works were selected from the Ross collection and represent an international range of artists working with holography.

Line Addition 'framed' by the gallery door.

Gallery installation view.

Exhibiting artists include: Inaki Beguiristain, Rudie Berkhout, Patrick Boyd, Harriet Casdin-Silver, Ken Harris, Ana Maria Nicholson, Caroline Palmer, Dan Schweitzer, Tijn van Heerden, Steve Weinstock, Dora Tass/August Muth, Chris Levine.

Mid Winter - Love Light
Gallery 286
Earl's Court
London SW15 9AS


Exhibition dates: 11th - 26th February 2016

Mid Winter - Love Light

Thursday, 25 February 2016 14:41 Published in News

'Line Addition, an early work using drawing and holography is included in the Gallery 286 Mid Winter - Love Light exhibition.

Works have been selected from the Ross collection and represent an international range of artists working with holography.

More exhibition details here.

Mid Winter - Love Light
11th - 26th February
Gallery 286
Earl's Court
London SW15 9AS

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Andrew Pepper works with projected light, holography and installation.  Based in the UK,  he has exhibited his work in group and solo exhibitions internationally and, as a senior lecturer in fine art at Nottingham Trent University, he taught on the BA (Hons) fine art course, the Master of Fine Art course and has acted as a PhD examiner for a wide range of key project-based research submissions.

 

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