After Nyne and Olympus Launch New London Gallery
After Nyne Gallery are proud to unveil their first exhibition space in Holland Park, London, in collaboration with Olympus. This inaugural exhibition will display some remarkable works by Olympus brand ambassadors such as Martina Govindraj, whose work engages with architecture and concepts of space, and award winning Steve Gosling renowned for his signature black and white atmospheric landscapes.
AFTER NYNE LAUNCH WEST LONDON GALLERY WITH OLYMPUS SUPPORT & INAUGURAL EXHIBITION
The After Nyne Creative Services Group, parent company of arts publication After Nyne Magazine, today announced a collaboration with Olympus. Together they will launch a brand new permanent gallery space After Nyne Gallery in West London.
Building on their already established success from a series of well-received pop-ups, After Nyne Gallery are proud to unveil their first exhibition space in Holland Park. This inaugural exhibition will display some remarkable works by Olympus brand ambassadors such as Martina Govindraj, whose work engages with architecture and concepts of space, and award winning Steve Gosling renowned for his signature black and white atmospheric landscapes.
Private View and launch party: 28th June 18.00 - 21:00 (Invitation only)
Public Exhibition: 28th June - 4th July 2018
After Nyne Gallery is situated at 10 Portland Road, W11 4LA
Gallery opening times 10.00 – 18.00 Tuesday – Saturday
Olympus, will be supporting the gallery in its endeavours to present an exciting programme of gallery events. These are to include;
- Solo and group exhibitions of mixed media, from photography to sculpture
- Workshops, talks and affiliated charity events
- Associate and partner exhibitions
Georgina Pavelin, Marketing Manager, of Olympus UK, says
‘We are thrilled to support the opening of a new gallery in London; whether celebrating photographers or painters we are looking forward to sharing some exceptionally talented individuals work. The space will also be used as a platform for education offering various photo walks and talks to support and inspire artists. After Nyne have a wealth of knowledge and experience to create a truly amazing gallery and we are proud to be part of this exciting new offering’
Jennifer Conner, Co-Director of the After Nyne Creative Services Group says
‘We’re excited to have Olympus’s support on this next exciting phase of our journey. We are also delighted to have the opportunity to support Olympus in reaching new audiences for their UK operations and the work of their brand ambassadors and partners across the spread of their activities’
Olympus Europa is the headquarters for the region Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) of the Olympus Corporation, Tokyo. As a worldwide leading manufacturer of optical and digital precision technology,
Olympus provides innovative solutions for state-of-the-art medical systems, digital cameras as well as scientific solutions. The company’s award winning products are instrumental in detecting, preventing and healing illness, driving scientific research and documenting life with artistic freedom. In the hands of its customers, Olympus’ high-tech products help to make people’s lives healthier, safer and more fulfilling.
About After Nyne Creative Services Group
The After Nyne Creative Services Group consists of four entities, all of which work together to maximise the potential of clients’ brands and their work. The award-nominated, quarterly After Nyne Magazine is distinctly stylised and industry renowned. After Nyne Gallery offers artists the opportunity to showcase their work on its e-commerce platform, as well as in a series of innovative events & exhibitions.
After Nyne Publishing offers high calibre yet cost effective design, copy-writing & printing services for art books, catalogues and marketing materials. After Nyne Consulting provides tailored advice; from brand management, market positioning & PR, through to strategic collaborations and digital activations. Together, the After Nyne Creative Services Group is uniquely positioned to elevate, communicate and promote the very best work within the arts.