"Made over a period of 20 years, Gandolfi - Family Business tells the story of Fred and Arthur Gandolfi as they move from being the world's oldest living camera-makers into a well-earned retirement." Read More
"Bruce Bernard (1928-2000), one of the most gifted picture editors of modern times, had an outstanding eye for choosing exceptional photographs.
In 1996 the artist and collector James Moores invited him to assemble a collection of photography on his behalf, giving him complete freedom. The result was a captivating and highly personal gathering of images." Read More
"Among the fleshpots of the world, Smithfield has no rival. For the past 125 years, the London Central Markets of Smithfield have traded here, on the north-west side of the world's most lucrative square mile. Read More
"In 2001 and 2002 photographer Ken Griffiths set out on three expeditions to the Argentine province of Chubut, the heartland of Welsh Patagonia. Ken visited Chubut in different seasons of the year to follow the trails blazed south and west by intrepid young Welsh pioneers. Between 1870 and 1900 they travelled the interior of the country and reached the Andes along what is now the Chilean frontier."
- Press Release, Michael Hoppen Gallery Read More
"As a nation the Welsh are known for a strong sense of local belonging. Wales has a sense of intimacy, as well as offering variety and uniqueness."
- Ffotogallery, Wales Read More