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Truth and Beauty Gallery presents Jurgen Vogt’s Route 66

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018

Truth and Beauty Gallery is pleased to share Route 66 an online exhibition –

“Having watched the TV Series Route 66 in the early 60’s I drove the highway, for the first time in late 1967, from California to Texas. Since then I’ve driven different stretches of the road many times. What has always intrigued me were the old, often abandoned buildings, motels, garages, and diners. The ghosts of Route 66.

In 1989 and 1992 I went on my first trips to photograph a portion of the old Route 66, from Victorville, California to Albuquerque, New Mexico, not because it was a famous transportation route at one time but because of what was left behind, the remains of Route 66. I continue my photography of Route 66 every time I drive along Interstate 40. While still photographing with my 4 x 5, I also now use a 35mm digital camera.
All photography for this project was done using a 4 x 5 camera, and black & white film. I made contact sheets from the negatives at the time, but did not print anything until recently.” Jurgen Vogt

Albuquerque Size: 34 x 27 on 36 x 29 paper

Barbara Stanley Gallery now offers collectors the opportunity to purchase Irish Contemporary prints online

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

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Image: Mary Pickering’s Is That You (Courtesy of the Artist and Barbara Stanley Gallery)

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Barbara Stanley Gallery who has been the London leading specialist in Irish contemporary art now offers Irish contemporary prints online via a dedicated website IrishPrintsOnline.com.

Irish Art reached new heights in the last decade capturing the imagination of the art – world.  To meet with the growing demand for work by artists from Ireland, Barbara Stanley Gallery launched of a new website bringing  Irish art to wider international audiences, offering  high quality prints at affordable prices by  many of  the gallery’s regular artists.

Barbara first established her successful gallery Barbara Stanley Gallery in 2002,  to represent  solely Irish contemporary artists in London. Since setting up the gallery  Barbara has consistently promoted Irish art bringing the talented artists and sculptors she represents to London and  increasingly to an overseas clientele.  The gallery runs an exciting schedule of exhibitions and is well positioned near Marble Arch in London’s West End.

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