The exhibition : « Something for Everyone »Hamiltons group summer exhibition will showcase a selection of gallery artists, including Irving Penn, Helmut Newton, Richard Avedon, Robert Mapplethorpe, Herb Ritts, Robert Frank, Hiro, Don McCullin, Guido Mocafico, Erwin Olaf, Cathleen Naundorf and Tomio Seike.
Skin Deep Female Nude No. 6, 2015 © Erwin Olaf
FB: Hamiltons Gallery
Les plages romantiques de Tomio Seike
Tomio Seike, born 1943, has split his time between Tokyo and Europe for the past thirty years. This contemplative body of work was taken in Brighton, from his holiday apartment on Marine Parade overlooking the sea. It marks a departure from his traditional black and white cityscapes, nudes and waterscapes conjuring an image of a bygone era as exemplified in his exhibition Glynde Forge at Hamiltons in 2006. The show comprises 40 prints and prices are in the range of 2,500 GBP. A catalogue has been produced to accompany the exhibition and includes a forward by Andy Cowan and essay by David Peckman.
«At first sight the viewer could be forgiven for assuming that the artist was a watercolourist. Ironically so as the photographs represent a quantum leap for Seike in terms of technique – hurdling from black ...