Chris King’s photographic journey started in the early 1970s using a 110 format Agfamatic camera. Upon joining a London-based photography collective in 2010, he began exhibiting and selling limited edition prints. Subsequent shows and fairs in London, the USA and Mexico led to the publication of these bodies of work : No Opportunity for Regret, A Brit’s South, and Still | Inside. In 2015, Chris was awarded the Big Sky Experience Award with the National Open Art. In 2016 he won Best Photography Award at the same juried exhibition, sponsored by Naylor (UK). Chris' photography practice primarily encompasses two distinct bodies of work: landscapes and interiors that are devoid of human presence, and portraiture. Compositions are characterized by the artist’s distinctive framing and focus, either straight on like a window into another dimension, or a moment frozen in time, with concentration on a singular point.
In December, Chris exhibited his series, 'No Opportunity for Regret' at Ivy Brown Gallery in New York City, and released his newly published monograph of the same series.
Chris’ work is held in private collections in the UK and USA.
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From the Yosef Wosk Collection
Leonard Cohen at Home in Los Angeles (2016)
Limited Edition 6/12
Graeme Mitchell // For the New Yorker Magazine
>> Now on view at the Gallery <<
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SUBDIVISION : PRINCETON, BC Stuart McCall (Canada)
18" x 48" | Archival Pigment Print
Edition 2/5 | $2200. | Available at the Gallery & Online