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Exhibitions at Other Venues

Exhibitions at Other Venues

 

 

Work from the Jonathan Ross Collection has been shown world-wide.
In 1998 Gallery 286 opened in Central London to feature new exhibitions. Full details of these, including images, texts and background material is available.

A full list of exhibitions organised by, or drawn from, the Jonathan Ross Collection is shown on the right.

Featured exhibitions are listed below

In 2010, Holograms 2 curated by Jonathan Ross from his collection, was shown in a number of  major UK museums and galleries: 24 July – 31 October  2010 Buckinghamshire County Museum, Aylesbury   15 January – 6 March  2011 The Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock   23 July – 3 September  2011…
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  The following works from the Jonathan Ross Collection have been installed at the headquarters of insurance brokers Euclidian plc, 7 Birchin Lane, London EC3. They were on display until July 2001 A selection of works from Caroline Palmer.   Easter Caroline Palmer 1989 16 5 5/8" sq. glass plate…
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Special Exhibition of work from the Jonathan Ross Hologram Collection at The Butler Institute of American Art, USA.   The Director and Board of Trustees of The Butler Institute of American Art invite you to the dedication of The Beecher Center for Art and Technology of the Butler Institute of American Art…
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A Selection from the Jonathan Ross Collection on show at the Royal Photographic Society, Bath, UK. July 7th - 1st August, 2000 The Royal Photographic Society The Octagon Milsom Street Bath BA1 1DN UK Tel: 01225 462841 email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. www.rps.org Details about the RPS Holography Group can be found on their…
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Works from the Jonathan Ross Collection Bodelwyddan Castle, Wales July 12 - Sept 17   My collection of holograms has evolved over more than twenty five years involvement with the medium, the first ten years in commercial holography and the remainder as a collector and organiser of holographic exhibitions. During…
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This Exhibition celebrates the 60th anniversary of the hologram, which was invented by Hungarian scientist Dennis Gabor in Rugby in 1947. The exhibition, devised by Jonathan Ross in association with curators from Banbury Museum and the Oxfordshire County Museum has been mainly drawn from the Ross collection with support from…
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