Fall into Golden LightA group show - Available works by gallery artists 3 Oct - 3 Nov 2019This Autumn season, we are inviting you to the MMX Gallery to see a selection of available work by the gallery's represented artists. In our main gallery space, there are works by Valda Baily some of which were shown at Photo London this year. The installation consists of two 5 metre rows showcasing the intricate glass panel prints, hand gilded with precious metal leaf by the artist.In our basement galley, we also have a small selection of Silver Gelatin prints including Michael Abramson, Michael Jackson, Michal Cala and Brian Griffin as well as colour light boxes by Neil Shirreff.
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Photo London 2019, Booth D20Valda Bailey, Michal Cala, Brian Griffin, Michael Jackson 16 - 19 May 2019MMX Gallery is delighted to participate again at Photo London fair this year.
We will be in Discovery, Booth D20.
Photo London 2019 will take place at Somerset House, London, from Thursday 16 May to Sunday 19 May, with the Preview Day on Wednesday 15 May.
Photo London 2018, Booth D19Exhibiting Artists: Michał Cała, Michael Jackson 16 - 20 May 2018The parallels between the two photographers we will be exhibiting this year at Photo London 2018, although separated by a significant timescale, remind us that visions and ideas come from within.
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Photo London 2017, Booth D15Exhibiting Artists: Michael Jackson, Neil Shirreff 17 - 21 May 2017Luminograms by Michael Jackson and Light Movements by Neil Shirreff Both presented artist's body of work is a polar opposite in visual styles but they share common ground in the...
Michael Jackson: The Self Representation of Light10 Jun - 23 Jul 2016MMX Gallery is delighted to present a solo show by British artist and photographer Michael Jackson. The exhibition features a selection of unique luminograms from his recent project ‘The Self Representation of Light’. Alongside the luminogram prints, there is a short film exploring the concept and methodology behind the artist work.
The Luminograms are made from the most simple of procedures – directing light onto silver gelatin photo paper. However, it is that simplicity that allows Jackson to adapt his own way of thinking into the making of the finished piece. As he says, it’s as close as he can get in photography to painting.