EVENT: Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer in conversation with Sacha Craddock
Join us on Thursday the 14th of October for an In conversation hosted by The Centre for Photographic Art, Carmel between Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer and the independent art critic, writer & curator, Sacha Craddock.
The conversation will accompany the current solo exhibition by Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer at HackelBury and will explore the inspiration, process and technique behind her works.
The event will take place on 14th October at 6pm, via Zoom. The event is free. To sign up please email email@example.com
Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer: Washington Post - September 2021
"These stunning photograms are a meditative, poetic rumination on nature"
Kenneth Dickerman on Nadezda's Nikolova-Kratzer works.
Garry fabian Miller | Financial Times Magazine | 2021
Garry Fabian Miller is featured in the Financial Times Weekend magazine. The issue features an interview with the artist about his work in the darkroom.
Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer | F.Stop Magazine | 2021
We are delighted to announce that Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer is featured in the F.Stop Online Magazine Blog. The issue features a selection of works from the artist’s newest series, Elemental Forms: Landscape Rearticulated.⠀
Alys Tomlinson | Side Gallery | 2021
Alys Tomlinson's works from her 'Lost Summer' series are included in the 'Youth Rising in the UK 1981-2021' exhibition at the Side Gallery, Newcastle.
This exhibition brings together the work of nine photographers who have documented the young people in the UK over a period of 40 years, capturing the awkward, surprising and passionate period of maturation into adulthood.
Nadezda Nikolova Kratzer | Marshall Contemporary | 2021
Works by Nadezda Nikolova Kratzer are currently included in the 'LIGHTWAVES: Experimental Photo-Art from California' exhibition at Marshall Contemporary, California.
The exhibition celebrates a golden generation of California artists and their unique contributions to the progression of the photographic medium. Through perception-testing views of the land, sea, and sky, each artist on view creates one-of-a-kind works that radiate a spirit of innovation from the West Coast.
The show is on view until 22 August 2021.
Recent Events | HackelBury
Last week we had the pleasure to host an event with Contemporary Art Society as well as a gallery visit for the group from Brown University. Thank you to everyone that participated. It was great to be able to see people again!
In Conversation with Alys Tomlinson | 2021
Alys Tomlinson discusses her photo series 'Ex-Voto' which saw her claim first prize in the Sony World Photography Awards and 'Lost Summer'.
Masterpiece Online 2021
HackelBury will be taking part in Masterpiece Online, 2021, showing works by William Klein, Ian McKeever, Garry Fabian Miller and Doug and Mike Starn
The fair will run between 24 and 27 June.
Coral Woodbury | In Conversation
Conversation between Coral Woodbury and Dr Claudia Tobin, organised by Royal Drawing School.
The conversation will explore key influences and events which have informed Coral's work; her travels to Cuba and Nepal which inspired the Havana and Himalayan Colours series and the universality of loss which led her to explore themes in her paintings around healing and the beauty in the broken places.
Garry Fabian Miller on Cibachrome Paper | Material Matters with Grant Gibson
Conversation between Garry Fabian Miller and Grant Gibson about the vital role of light and cibachrome paper in Garry's life, the importance of Dartmoor to his process, photography as a medium of magic, and about dealing with the dying days of his craft.
Sunrise, Sunset: Garry Fabian Miller’s Deep Time British Journal of Photography | 2021
An article by Isaac Huxtable on Garry Fabian Miller's solo exhibition at HackelBury Fine Art.
Forgotten youth | The Royal Photographic Society | 2021
"I was keen not to be selective – I didn’t want particular types (...) I wanted it to be much more democratic and for you not to make those kinds of judgements."
Living in the Light of Oli Kellets Crossroad Blues | Don't Take Pictures Issue 16 | Spring 2021
"We see in Kellett’s images our own crossroad, our own destinations, and our own pathways."
A feature on Oli Kellett in the recent issue of Don't Take Pictures. By Roger Thompson.
Alys Tomlinson | Black+White Photography | 2021
Alys Tomlinson was recently featured in Black+White Photography magazine. The feature includes portraits from the 'Lost Summer' series with text by Tracy Calder.
Alys Tomlins and Sabina Jaskot-Gill | UK Friends of NMWA
Conversation between Alys Tomlinson and National Portrait Gallery curator and writer Sabina Jaskot-Gill.
The talk explores Tomlinson’s practice, process and influences and discuss how the project ‘Lost Summer’ was born out of the Covid London lockdown in 2020.
Alys Tomlinson | Nearest Truth podcast | 2021
In the interview, Alys speaks about the development of her career as a photographer from the late 1990s, when she worked for The Time Out Guide in New York, until her most recent project 'Lost Summer'.⠀
Alys Tomlinson | Photo London Magazine | 2021
We are delighted to announce that Alys Tomlinson is featured in the first issue of Photo London online magazine in 2021. The issue features a selection of works from the artist’s Lost Summer, Ex-Voto and Vera series alongside videos on the artist’s work as well as insightful interviews. ⠀
Nadezda Nikolova Kratzer | Art in the Plague Year | 2021
Works by Nadezda Nikolova Kratzer are included in ‘Art in the Plague Year’ an online exhibition, organised by UCR ARTS: California Museum of Photography and curated by Douglas McCulloh, Nikolay Maslov, and Rita Sobreiro.
Martin Parr Foundation | Photochat Live | 2020
Coinciding with the launch of her new photobook - Lost Summer - Alys Tomlinson will discuss her creative practice during the MPF Photochat Live event. This conversation will take place via Zoom on December 14th, 2020 at 7 pm GMT.
Garry Fabian Miller | Penumbra Foundation | 2020
We are excited to announce that Garry Fabian Miller is featured in the Penumbra Artist Series. The conversation will take place on December 15th at 02:00 PM (EST) / 07:00 PM (GMT) via Zoom. Registration required.
Alys Tomlinson | The Guardian | 2020
Alys Tomlinson’s series ‘Lost Summer’ is featured in The Guardian’s picture essay. Alongside the photographs, are thoughts from the teenagers about their missed proms, lockdown and hopes for the future.
Art Miami | 2 - 20 December 2020
This December we were taking part in the online edition of Art Miami with artworks by Oli Kellett, William Klein, Nadezda Nikolova Kratzer, Katja Liebmann, Ian McKeever, Garry Fabian Miller, Doug and Mike Starn, and Alys Tomlinson.
Alys Tomlinson: Lost Summer | Current Exhibition
HackelBury Fine Art, London is pleased to present ‘Lost Summer’ a solo exhibition of new work by Alys Tomlinson. The Lost Summer series consists of Tomlinson's recent prom portraits photographed in June 2020 as lockdown eased and is accompanied by ‘Night Wanderings’, taken during lockdown as part of the artist’s daily exercise. The prom portraits capture the poignancy of a lost summer for teenagers who were unable to sit their school exams or mark this significant step in growing up and leaving school.
Alys Tomlinson | Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize Winner
Congratulations to Alys Tomlinson on winning the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize. Her award winning works: ‘Samuel’, ‘Jack’ and ‘Jameela’ are included in this year's Taylor Wessing Online Exhibition.
Photo London Digital | 7-18 October 2020
We were thrilled to be taking part in the first edition of Photo London Digital with artworks by Bill Armstrong, Stephen Inggs, Oli Kellett, William Klein, Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer, Katja Liebmann, Ian McKeever, Garry Fabian Miller, Doug & Mike Starn, and Alys Tomlinson. The artworks exhibited can still be viewed in our booth on Artsy.