Mosaics about the transience of life | Artdoc Photography Magazine
"The analogue and digital prints of the New York twin brothers Doug and Mike Starn are all unique artworks, just like paintings. The transience of life and human’s subjective perception are the themes in their rich body of work. The Starns speak as one individual because they see their artworks as inseparable cooperation."
An article on Doug & Mike Starn was recently published in the Artdoc Photography Magazine.
Kensington + Chelsea Art Week
23 June – 3 July 20222
Join us for Kensington + Chelsea Art Week!
The borough of Kensington and Chelsea has an artistic heritage which encompasses some of the best and brightest creative names.
Visit HackelBury to see our current exhibition Can’t, Won’t, Don’t Stop with the works by Doug and Mike Starn.
Masterpiece Talk | Wiliam Klein – A Technique of No Taboos
On Saturday 5th July Masterpiece Art Fair will be hosting a talk on William Klein’s career and why his approach to photography and image-making was pioneering.
The talk will also explore the relationship between artist and gallery and the long-term friendship between William Klein and Marcus Bury, co-founder of HackelBury Fine Art Gallery.
Oli Kellet | Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
We are excited to announce that Oli Kellett's work 'Soap Drawing no.17' will be on view at The Royal Academy Of Arts Summer Exhibition.
The exhibition will be open between 21 June and 21 August 2022
Nadezda Nikolova | LENSCRATCH | 2022
Ann Jastrab wrote about Nadezda Nikolovafor for an article in LENSCRATCH.
Doug and Mike Starn: Can’t, Won’t, Don’t Stop
9 Jun 2022 – 6 Aug 2022
HackelBury Fine Art, London is pleased to present ‘Can’t, Won’t, Don’t Stop’, an exhibition of new work by Doug and Mike Starn. The Starns have been working conceptually with photography for over 30 years.
London Gallery Weekend, 13th - 15th May 2022
HackelBury Fine Art was participating in the second annual London Gallery Weekend.
On Saturday 14th May at 11:30 we were hosting a conversation between the co-founder of the gallery Marcus Bury and philosopher and writer Nigel Warburton about the experience of working with artists and collectors.
For the youngest audience, over the whole weekend, the gallery was providing a ‘treasure hunt’ style game.
The New York Times | William Klein at International Center of Photograph
The International Center of Photography recognizes William Klein, 94, by turning over its entire space to his work.
AIPAD, New York | 19-22 May 2022
HackelBury Fine Art, London were delighted to be taking part in the 41st edition of AIPAD and the first photography fine art fair in New York City since 2019. We exhibited work by Garry Fabian Miller, Doug and Mike Starn, William Klein, Stephen Inggs and Nadezda Nikolova.
HackelBury now on Abebooks
We are happy to announce that HackelBury's publications on gallery's artists are now available on AbeBooks.
Nadezda Nikolova| Center For Photographic Art
We are pleased to announce that the Centre for Photographic Art, in Carmel, CA will host a solo exhibition by Nadezda Nikolova, in conjunction with Hackelbury Fine Art.
On view will be 35 of her new unique wet plate collodion works.
William Klein | International Center of Photography
We are happy to announce that William Klein's major retrospective will be hosted by the International Center of Photography this summer. William Klein: YES; Photographs, Paintings, Films, 1948-2013, will fill ICP’s entire museum space and provide an overview over Klein’s career from studio assistant to street photographer and everything in between.
Royal Academy of Arts | 2022
Ian McKeever's text on colour in Whistler's paintings was recently published in the Royal Academy Magazine.
Oli Kellett | Trebuchet Magazine | 2022
"There’s a lot of people looking up in the pictures, and that questioning and looking for something, a higher purpose perhaps. I come back to this idea of enlightenment quite a lot."
Oli Kellett in the interview for Trebuchet Magazine.
Katja Liebmann: Dust in the Wind
4th March 2022 - 23rd April 2022
HackelBury Fine Art, London is pleased to present: Dust in the Wind, a solo exhibition of new work by Katja Liebmann and her fourth exhibition at HackelBury Fine Art. With this body of work, Liebmann creates “etchings of time” by revisiting negatives, made over the last twenty-five years, to condense time and memory. By bringing together yesterday and today, and using low tech photographic processes, she creates work that has a timeless and painterly quality allowing her to “develop time like a picture” for “memories are malleable and recollection changes with time”.
Garry Fabian Miller| Bodleian Libraries
Garry Fabian Miller, has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship with the Bodleian Libraries at Oxford University.
The fellowship includes a public lecture series, The Light Gatherers, beginning March 2022 and running until October 2023. The series will consider the central place of the darkroom in the history of chemical photography, and lead attendees through his process, uses of light and dark, and his unique exploration of colour. Garry will discuss his influences, from Enlightenment experimenters tasked with trying to preserve light, to Magic Lantern projectionists, the Bauhaus movement of the early 20th century and the final days of darkroom.
Katja Liebmann | Artdoc Magazine online
The article features Katja Liebmann's new body of work 'Dust in The Wind' in Artdoc Magazine
Coral Woodbury in conversation with Griselda Pollock
Thank you to all who joined us for the In conversation between Coral Woodbury and British art historian Griselda Pollock.
Coral Woodbury | Studio International | 2021
Woodbury talks about her solo show at HackelBury Fine Art and what led her to use old books to redraw the history of art and make the invisible visible. An interview with Coral Woodbury for Studio International.
Nadezda Nikolova-Krater | Fraction Magazine | 2021
"Rather than transcribing the observed landscape, I seek to record intuitive responses that speak to the felt and ineffable experience of being present in the landscape, by using a pared down visual vocabulary created with light, photo chemistry, cut paper, and paint brushes and cliché verre."
30 November - 5 December
HackelBury Fine Art, London was pleased to be taking part at Art Miami 2021. We were showing work by Bill Armstrong, Garry Fabian Miller, Stephen Inggs, William Klein, Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer, Doug and Mike Starn and Coral Woodbury.
Nadezda Nikolova-Krater | fisheye Magazine | 2021
An interview with Nadezda Nikolova Kratzer for fisheye Magazine.
Coral Woodbury | In Focus
To coincide with Coral Woodbury's solo exhibition - Palimpsest - we are publishing our latest In Focus.
The In Focus feature presents the viewers with an enhanced overview of Coral Woodbury's working practice, artist's statement, and 'behind the scenes' photographs and sketches.
Paris Photo 2021
HackelBury will be taking part in Paris Photo, 2021, showing works by William Klein, Oli Kellett, Garry Fabian Miller, Doug and Mike Starn, Bill Armstrong, Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer, Stephen Inggs and Katja Liebmann.
The fair will run between 11 and 14 November at the Grand Palais Ephemere, Paris.
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.
Watch the recording here
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.