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John Hilliard
Richard Saltoun Gallery announces a solo exhibition of British conceptual artist John Hilliard, curated by artist and writer Duncan Wooldridge. 
This is the first solo exhibition of John Hilliard in the UK since 2000, and the first in any context to draw out a long recurring motif: the puncturing and interruptive monochrome at the centre of many of his works. The exhibition will present key artworks spanning forty years of his practice. 
Hilliard as one of the foremost and innovative photo-conceptual artists working today. The exhibition will be accompanied by a monograph John Hilliard: Not Black and White, published by Ridinghouse, London.

Richard Saltoun Gallery

111 Great Titchfield Street

London W1W 6RY

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7637 1225
Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

John Hilliard

Richard Saltoun Gallery announces a solo exhibition of British conceptual artist John Hilliard, curated by artist and writer Duncan Wooldridge. 

This is the first solo exhibition of John Hilliard in the UK since 2000, and the first in any context to draw out a long recurring motif: the puncturing and interruptive monochrome at the centre of many of his works. The exhibition will present key artworks spanning forty years of his practice. 

Hilliard as one of the foremost and innovative photo-conceptual artists working today. The exhibition will be accompanied by a monograph John Hilliard: Not Black and White, published by Ridinghouse, London.

Richard Saltoun Gallery

111 Great Titchfield Street

London W1W 6RY

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7637 1225

Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

DUDE

Samuel Fosso, African Spirits, 2008   

Courtesy The Walther Collection and Jean Marc Patras / Galerie

 Since my heady visit to the Walther collection at this year’s Arles Festival I have become obsessed with the dude Samuel Fosso. Fosso is a cool contemporary artist who from the 1970’s has worked on African identity issues though self-portrait. Booking my flight to New York right now.

The Walther Collection Project Space

526 West 26th Street, Suite 718

New York City

Comedy veg

Comedy veg

Jude Law photographed by Tim Richmond, 1994

Jude Law photographed by Tim Richmond, 1994

When Jude met Sadie - on the set of Shopping. Polaroid’s from photo shoot with Jude law and Sean Pertwee for Premiere magazine. Is from 1994, shot by Phil Knott up and down Ladbroke Grove. Those were the days.

Faris Badwan of the Horrors photographed by Hana Knitzova

Faris Badwan of the Horrors photographed by Hana Knitzova

Match of the day

It’s 50 years of match of the day…Peter Dench took a trip behind the scenes. Seems Gary really does like crisps!

photographs: Peter Dench

Flashback

Blast from my past. Drew Barrymore shot by David Lachapelle for Premiere mag

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