Start Your Private Collection

Tomorrow night a selection of the work from my residency at the Tower will go on display, 15 large silver gelatin prints by master printer Robin Bell. These will be available to buy, there is a limited edition of 3 of each print as well as a special boxed portfolio available.

One of my main interests during the residency was to make my working process open to all via this blog, and therefore, in the same spirit, I also wanted to make the final work ‘open to all’. With this in mind I have made an edition of 30 Archival Digital C-type 10″x8″ Prints of the photograph below available for £25 (a share of this price goes to the Historic Royal Palaces).

If interested please contact us via: mail@otherhistories.com.

I also hope to make this particular print available to buy from the Other Histories website using paypal.

Remains

'Remains' - Special Edition of 30

UPDATE: The 8″x10″ print is now available to buy online using PayPal via the Other Histories Website online shop.

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One thought on “Start Your Private Collection

  1. I first met Chris King ten years ago when he took the best photograph of me ever taken (I am not particularly photogenic) while researching a university project on contemporary poets. We lost touch and only very recently exchanged emails. I was therefore delighted to be invited to a preview of the Other Histories exhibition. It was good to see Chris again after all this time and see how his work has developed. The photographs more than lived up to expectation. While all demonstrated skill, the black and white exhibits were exceptional, each with its own story to tell. For example, one of a wall that had seen better days conveyed a wonderful sense of history and I felt compelled to return to it several times. Other photographs are similiarly unusual and the more fascinating for that, taking the viewer on a journey of discovery that I, for one, would not have missed for the world. Several stunning portraits, too, confirm an artist’s inner eye and a natural enthusiasm for his subject, Well done, Chris.

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