Photo London2021 Edition in Somerset House 8 - 12 September 2021
Black Box Projects is delighted to be returning to Somerset House for the long-awaited 2021 edition of Photo London and the gallery's third exhibition with the fair. Presenting works by Brendan Barry, Liz Nielsen, Joanne Dugan, Adam Jeppesen, Steve Macleod, Chris McCaw and Joni Sternbach, the gallery can be found on stand D22 in the Discovery section.
Mario Giacomelli: RevisitedA virtual presentation 28 June - 22 August 2021 Epiphany about nature, 1976/'80. Vintage Gelatin Silver print - 50.5 x 60.8 cm Courtesy of Archivio Mario Giacomelli © Rita Giacomelli On display at with Black Box Projects in Cromwell...
Joni Sternbach / SURFBOARDSURFBOARD 1 - 13 June 2021 Black Box Projects is delighted to present its first solo exhibition of photographs by Joni Sternbach in the United Kingdom, taken from her most recent series SURFBOARD. Over the last...
VICTORIA MARQUES PINTOImminent Impressions 15 - 20 June 2021 Black Box Projects is delighted to introduce artist Victoria Marques Pinto with her debut solo exhibition in the United Kingdom, Imminent Impressions. Through her mixed-media landscapes, Marques Pinto explores and...
SIGNS OF SPRINGBrendan Barry ・ Adriene Hughes ・ Eleanor Macnair ・ Steve Macleod ・ Liz Nielsen 17 - 30 May 2021
Signs of Spring brings together five artists whose 2020 quarentine experience forced them to rethink and reevaluate their practice to continue creating photographic works whilst locked out of their studio and without access to the tools and technology of their craft. This exhibition is a celebration of the creative spirit and perseverence of all artists who continued expressing their voices and creative vision in the face of a world turned upside-down.
THE ART OF REOPENINGBlack Box Projects reopens 17 May 2021
We are delighted to announce our reopening on the 17 May in Cromwell Place with an exciting summer exhibition programme - introducing new artists and new works by familiar Black Box Projects artists - in our new gallery home. Come see us in Cromwell Place, South Kensington from 17 May 2021. Please see our exhibition pages for more details.
It is essential to book your visit to the gallery and to Cromwell Place. We ask that you observe social distancing measures and masks are required throughout the exhibition spaces. We very much appreciate your cooperation as we work to assure the safety of our visitors and staff.
We hope you all have been keeping safe and well. We very much look forward to welcoming you back into the gallery very soon.
Black Box Projects
1-5 Cromwell Place, Gallery 3
London SW7 2 JE
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BLACK BOX PROJECTSThe gallery celebrates its third year.
As the gallery celebrates our third birthday this month, we want to extend a heartfelt thank you to our collectors, clients, colleagues and gallery friends who have helped in creating this beloved community around Black Box Projects. We certainly would not have made it through this unprecedented year without your continued support and business. The world may have slowed to a standstill for a good portion of 2020, but we are so pleased that interest in our Black Box Projects artists and enthusiastic art acquisitions continued at pace. We are so very grateful for your support, words of encouragement and friendship as we have navigated this weird and wild year.
Black Box Projects' third year will see many exciting changes for the gallery. We are introducing a number of incredible artists to our distinguished and talented gallery family. While the gallery will remain specialised in photography, we are expanding our remit to include mixed-media, works on paper and sculpture, as we continue to support the evolving creative ambitions of our gallery artists. And most exciting, while we once operated as a nomadic gallery, we are now exclusively launching exhibitions from our new home in Cromwell Place, South Kensington.
Here's to an exciting third year for Black Box Projects!
New PublicationJoni Sternbach - Surfboard
SURFBOARD is both a celebration and an impassioned study of some of the most important designs in surf history. Tracing the roots of the sport to Hawai'i, photographer Joni Sternbach uncovers layers of meaning, historic and cultural clashes, and ultimately the sheer pleasure of the common and utilitarian surfboard and its handmade origins.
This publication is available exclusively through Black Box Projects. Click here for more information and link to buy.