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New Exhibition - Liza Read

Thursday, 19 October 2017
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Liza Read will be showing recent work at Gallery 286 during November 2017.

She learned the art of holography from pioneer Fred Unterseher in his legendary Holografix studio while completing her BFA at the San Francisco Art Institute. Her current holograms are made in master holographer Inaki Berguiristain’s UK studio. Read lives and works in Cambridge, England.

More details here.

New Exhibition - Patrick Boyd

Tuesday, 21 February 2017
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Patrick Boyd's exhibition Man with a Holo Camera, will be on show at Gallery 286, London, from 7th - 31st March.

A series of holograms & holographic stereograms based around cinematography. The stereograms are small movies with no cast, set or script. The camera is an instrument, much like the human  eye, that is best used to explore these happenings in real life.   The moments of time are then preserved with depth and time in a ghost like memory

More details, and images of Patrick's work, here.

Iñaki Beguiristain - Master of Light

Tuesday, 13 October 2015
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New exhibition by Iñaki Beguiristain at Gallery 286.

Iñaki Beguiristain has become one of the most highly regarded holographers in the world for his ability to record precise and beautifully executed ‘pseudo-colour’ images.  His new show is on view in London at Gallery 286.

13th October - 3rd November

More details here.

Dora Tass and August Muth to exhibit at Gallery 286

Thursday, 18 December 2014
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A new exhibition of work by Dora Tass and August Muth will take place at Gallery 286, London in January 2015.

Since 2013 Muth and Tass have been working on a joint project which consists of a paradoxical assemblage of holographic typewriters, leaning against an issue of the French magazine "Les Nouvelles Littéraires, artistiques et scientifiques". The bizarre juxtaposition of these objects is ironically re-proposed as "documents in a Surreal~Dada museum.”

The collaboration is an on-going work-in-progress, and Jonathan Ross is thrilled to be presenting some holograms from their very first series in this exhibition.

More details about the exhibition.

 

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