• Michael G Jackson: Energy and Motion, A selection of prints available to view and acquire - 'Online Exclusive' Show on...

    Michael G Jackson: Energy and Motion

    A selection of prints available to view and acquire - 'Online Exclusive' Show on ARTSY

    “Energy and motion made visible – memories arrested in space”. 


    - Jackson Pollock

    MMX Gallery is delighted to present a selection of one-of-a-kind works by Michael G Jackson, exclusively online exhibition on Artsy. This selection includes some very recent and brand new large scale works.

    Mike Jackson's Luminograms are a very special piece of photographic art. Not a photograph in itself but a creative medium of its own. Each one is meticulously crafted by Michael in his darkroom.

    Each Luminogram is unique and only one silver gelatin print is produced of each image.
    The images reveal themselves with a 3D quality; viewed in the flesh the abstracted surreal forms within the paper come alive to the viewer.
    “Abstraction allows man to see with his mind what he cannot see physically with his eyes....Abstract art enables the artist to perceive beyond the tangible, to extract the infinite out of the finite. It is the emancipation of the mind. It is an exploration into unknown areas.” ― Arshile Gorky

    As the artist says in his own words; "The goal isn't to replicate the real world - it is to show where the real world and the process meet - sometimes pushing towards the real world, sometimes pushing towards the process - but never completely at either extreme."

    “Black-and-white always looks modern, whatever that word means.” – (Karl Lagerfeld), so do Mike G Jackson's unique work look always modern. Furthermore, by escaping the reality, it transforms every scene into magical and timeless space.

    “There is no abstract art. You must always start with something. Afterward you can remove all traces of reality."


    - Pablo Picasso

    View prints on ARTSY
  • George McLeod: Tree Huggers from the future, Currently on display in the MMX Gallery front window
    'Tree Huggers from the Future' by George McLeod
    A selection of 4 prints on display in the MMX Gallery front window
    'Tree Huggers from the Future' by George McLeod, a selection of 4 prints on display in the MMX Gallery front window. McLeod’s recent project Tree Huggers From The Future centres around a fictional encounter with time travelling ecotourists. The mysterious figures have returned to the past to study trees, which have ceased to exist in their future reality. McLeod documents their interaction with the surrounding woodland, which is by turns joyful, humorous, and sombre (after all, none of them have ever seen a tree before). Whilst photographing these anonymous time travellers, McLeod asks them about the future. In order to “preserve causality”, they are unable to be forthcoming with their answers, and can only tell him that they are willing to risk it all to save the trees, which for so many generations have been taken for granted.

    George McLeod: Tree Huggers from the future

    Currently on display in the MMX Gallery front window
  • Works in situ

    Fine Art Collection - Wall Decor - Limited Edition - Unique - Connoisseur - Photography - Prints - View & Enquire for more information
  • What visitors and collectors are saying

    • "I love it. It's even better than I expected."

      Peter, USA (Online Buyer)


    • "Working with MMX Gallery was a dream! I fell in love with Cedars by Jasper Goodall, and Magda seamlessly helped me make a choice and get this beautiful piece of art safely packed up and shipped overseas. I am so grateful to the whole team and can't wait to work with them again sometime very soon!" - Taylor L. G., USA (Work seen and purchased online/ recent exhibition)

    • "The light box is amazing and everyone seems to enjoy looking at it for a long time. I'm happy with the purchase!!"

      Isabela, UK (Artwork purchased in person)


      "Excellent gallery managed by very lovely people" - Jeffrey R (London)

    • "The package arrived this morning. Great packing - everything in perfect condition. What can I say about the photo - stunning! Thank you so much."

      Rory, Ireland (Online Buyer)

    • "MMX Gallery it's a warm and welcoming place that makes a visit there a truly enjoyable and rewarding experience. The Michal Cala exhibition was so fabulous I ended up buying one of the photographs. Highly recommended."

      Patrick, UK & Italy, (Print purchased in person)

    • “On a grey rainy day it was wonderful to find light with you in your gallery”

      “When I saw this image it filled my spirit with the beauty of nature and color.”

      Edith, USA (Works purchased in person and online)

    • Thank you! We have been loving our piece! 

      Selma, UK (Print seen previously in the exhibition and purchased later online)



      "A really lovely collection and beautiful presentation. The recent online virtual exhibition has been fantastic. The team is also very welcoming and offer great insights into their collection."

      May G (France)

    • "We are so thrilled with our new prints and the framing - thank you.
      Already had some great feedback and comments from visitors."
      Keith and Cari, UK (Works purchased from the exhibition in the gallery)
  • Brian Griffin, Sliced Bread (Mother's Pride), 1986

    Brian Griffin

    Sliced Bread (Mother's Pride), 1986

    “I think that Brian is one of the most interesting portrait photographers ever. His portrait photography belongs to another time. Portrait photography today is like so simple, so straightforward, so it seems that all photography portraits are alike. Brian is different and Brian has a craziness in him – a craziness in a way to see the world, and intensity that belongs only to him.”

     Francois Hébel, Director, Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson (present), Director, Les Rencontres d’Arles (1986-1987, 2001-2014), in the documentary by Michael Prince; The Surreal Lives of Brian Griffin, 2018

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