theprintspace goes APE!

August 15, 2011 | Mark Goldstein | Events, Photographers | 0 Comments |
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The innovative Affordable Photography Emporium, The APE, will be exhibiting at the East London gallery, theprintspace. The APE was set up by photographers for photographers to sell beautiful limited edition prints at an affordable price. The show runs for two weeks at the beginning of September with a private view on the evening of Thursday 1st September.

theprintspace Press Release

LONDON, UK For the first time the innovative Affordable Photography Emporium, The APE, will make the leap from the online world to the physical - at renowned East London gallery, theprintspace.

The APE was set up by photographers for photographers to sell beautiful limited edition prints at an affordable price. Founded on the notion that money shouldn’t be a hindrance to quality or choice all the photographers’ work is uniformly sized and priced (from £49.99 to £299). Representing everything from famous musical icons through to stark haunting landscapes, the APE?s impressive portfolio is always expanding to offer an inimitable selection of iconic photographic prints.

Six photographers from The APE will present their work; Jamie Beeden, Pat Pope, Scarlet Page, Luke Smith, Marianne Bjørnmyr and Michael Miller. These artists come from a range of backgrounds and styles including portraiture, music, fine art, travel and reportage.

The show runs for two weeks at the beginning of September with a private view on the evening of Thursday 1st September.

All the prints from the exhibition will be for sale at special show prices.

The exhibition of The APE will run from Thursday 1st September until Wednesday 14th September at theprintspace gallery on 74 Kingsland Road. The opening night will be on Thursday 1st September from 7pm to 9.30pm.

Admission is free and theprintspace hopes to see everyone there.



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