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Diemar/Noble Photography

Within its large West End premises, Diemar/Noble stocks and exhibits a wide range of photographic work from the medium’s early masters to current and cutting-edge contemporary work.

The gallery maintains an education department and conducts courses for collectors and photographers as well as portfolio reviews for students.

“London’s photography scene just got a whole lot richer thanks to the arrival of Diemar/Noble, a new commercial gallery situated in the heart of the West End..”

a-n magazine, Jul-Aug 2009

London

United Kingdom
Address:
66/67 Wells Street
W1T 3PY
Phone: +44 (0) 207 636 5375
Website: www.diemarnoble.com


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Artists Represented

Maeve Berry
Mischa Haller
Marcel Mariën
Yvonne De Rosa
Brittain Bright
George Rodger
Jonathan Olley
Marcus Doyle
Erwin Blumenfeld
Chris Steele-Perkins
Lluís Artús
Thomas Joshua Cooper
Guy Bourdin
Jacob Aue Sobol


Sample Art Work (6)

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Current Exhibitions

Big Bangs, Big Bucks:
Photographs By Geoffrey H. Short and Nikolai Ishchuk

13th Jan - 12th March, 2011

Short collaborates with special effects technicians to document images of controlled explosions, exploring ideas of risk, beauty, terror and the sublime in his series ‘towards another (big bang) theory’.

Ishchuk’s images also explore the aesthetics of a subject matter which is usually ignored in light of its cultural currency – and in this series, the subject matter is just that: currency.

The two photographers, using vastly different subject matter, are using photography to abstract, dissect, and examine in similar, highly-detailed ways.


Previous Exhibitions

I Won’t Be Your Mirror: Photographs by Lisa Holden
12th November 2010 – 8th January 2011

Quetzalcoatl: Photographs by Manuel Alvarez Bravo
16th September – 6th November 2010

This Is Not The Chelsea Flower Show:
Brittain Bright, Lisa Creagh, Eikoh Hosoe, Dora Maar, Neeta Madahar, Robert Mapplethorpe & Kate Owens
15th July - 11th September

Threads - Six Masters of Fashion Photography:
Edward Steichen, Erwin Blumenfeld, Norman Parkinson, William Klein, Guy Bourdin & Helmut Newton
13th May - 11th July

The Prix Pictet Commission 2009:
Ed Kashi: Madagascar - A Land Out of Balance
20th April - 1st May, 2010

The House Martin and the Cinema - Marcus Doyle
11th March - 17th April, 2010

Crazy God -
Yvonne De Rosa
21st January - 6th March, 2010

The Most Travelled Correspondent:
A Retrospective of George Rodger
26th November 2009 – 16th January, 2010

Castles of Ulster / The Forbidden Forest:
Jonathan Olley
15th October – 21st November, 2009

The Beach / Instinto:
Lluís Artús
10th September - 10th October, 2009

Incandescence:
Photographs by Maeve Berry
30th Jul – 5th Sept 2009

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Submission Policy

Please email enquiries@diemarnoble.com for more information

Portfolio Reviews undertaken by appointment, contact laura@diemarnoble.com for more information.


Press Releases

For Press Release Circulation, please contact: press@diemarnoble.com


News

Ed Kashi in conversation with Francis Hodgson and Mark Jacobs

Wednesday 21 April 2010, doors at 6.00 pm, the talk will begin at 6.30 pm.

As part of the 2009 Prix Pictet Commission exhibition, Madagascar - A Land Out of Balance, photographer Ed Kashi will be talking about his work to renowned photography critic Francis Hodgson and Director of Azafady Mark Jacobs.

Admission to this event is free, but booking is essential as places will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.

To reserve your place, please contact the Prix Pictet Secretariat by Friday 16th April:
E pictet@candlestar.co.uk
T 020 8741 6025
www.prixpictet.com

Directors Laura Noble & Michael Diemar interviewed on collecting for The Financial Times ("Worth a shot", October 9th)

Maeve Berry's 'Incandescence' selected as Time Out "Exhibition of the week". (August 2009)

Images from Maeve Berry's 'Incandescence' will be featured in the forthcoming exhibition DARK SIDE 2 – Photographic Power and Violence, Disease and Death Photographed, opening in September 2009 at Fotomuseum Winterthur in Switzerland. (July 2009)

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Location And Getting There

Diemar/Noble Photography is located at 66/67 Wells Street, London W1T 3PY

Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus or Tottenham Court Road


Contact-Directors/Staff

Michael Diemar (Director)
Laura Noble (Director)


Opening Times

11AM – 6PM, Tuesday through Saturday