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Snap Galleries

Open since 2003 Snap specialises in rare, iconic rock 'n' roll photographs - produced in small limited editions by the master photographers of the genre - from the fifties to the present day. We are a commercial retail gallery.

Our customers are a global group of discerning collectors, art lovers and music afficionados, and we ship regularly to clients in the US, Europe, Australia and the Far East.

Birmingham

United Kingdom
Address:
Snap Galleries Unit 7 - Ground Floor Fort Dunlop, Fort Parkway
B24 9FD
Phone: 0121 748 3408
Website: www.snapgalleries.com


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Current Exhibitions

Modern Rock 'n' Roll - Paul Weller : The Solo Years. Photographs from the archives of Lawrence Watson (7 July - 22 September 2007)


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Swamps of New Jersey - Photographs by Frank Stefanko (starts 29 September 2007)


Previous Exhibitions

Scaling The Lizard King - The Doors : Large format photographs from the archives of Joel Brodsky (21 April - 3 July 2007)
Cuba Land of Spirit - Photographs by James Sparshatt (20 January -3 March 2007)
Bruce Springsteen : Born To Run Unseen Photogrpahs from the archives of Eric Meola (11 November 2006 - 16 January 2007)
Now Stand Tall! Icons of the new sonic generation ; Photographs by Dean Chalkley (27 July 2006 - 7 October 2006)
Flies in the Soup - Photographs from the punk and new wave underground (6 May 2006 - 22 July 2006)
Jean-Marie Perier : Mes Annees 60- Photographs from the golden age of French pop (4 February 2006 - 1 April 2006)
A Feast of Rock and Roll 2 - Rare and exclusive photographs from the 1960s to the 1990s (24 November 2005 - 28 January 2006)
Daniel Kramer - The Photographs of Bob Dylan 1964-65 (24 September - 19 November 2005)
Natural Mystic - The Definitive Images of Bob Marley by Dennis Morris (5 August - 20 September 2005)
Live at The Fillmore East - The Photographs of Amalie R. Rothschild (4 June - 30 July 2005)
Rock 'n' Roll Mayhem - The Oasis photographs of Michael Spencer Jones (23 April - 31 M... [ Read all ]


Press Releases

Press Release

Snap Galleries of Birmingham, England to host first major exhibition of Paul Weller photographs by Lawrence Watson:

Modern Rock ‘n’ Roll Paul Weller - The Solo Years: The photographs of Lawrence Watson

Saturday 7 July 2007 to 22 September 2007

Lawrence Watson’s first major Paul Weller exhibition to be held in Birmingham :

Snap Galleries, a gallery specialising in rock ‘n’ roll photographs, will host a major exhibition of photographs from Lawrence Watson’s renowned Paul Weller archive starting on Saturday 7 July 2007. Snap Galleries is based in a 2,000 sq ft space in Fort Dunlop, one of England’s most recognisable buildings, just outside Birmingham.

Lawrence Watson :

The exhibition focuses on Paul Weller’s entire sixteen year (and counting) solo career, a period photographed in its entirety by Lawrence. He first photographed Paul Weller in the last days of The Style Council, and is still photographing him today. In January 2007 he flew to New York to shoot the three consecutive concerts Paul held play songs from The Jam, The Style Council and his solo period... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

Directions by Car:

Fort Dunlop is situated 5 miles from Birmingham City Centre, 10 miles from Birmingham International Airport, and, by car, just two minutes from junction 5 of the M6 ( if you're travelling north ) or five
minutes from junction 6 ( if you're travelling south).

From M6 South : Leave at junction 5, and at the traffic island, turn right, taking the third exit ( under the M6) signposted A452. Approaching the next traffic island, feed left onto the A47 Fort Parkway, and Fort Dunlop will be in front of you, on the right hand side of the road.

From M6 North : Leave at junction 6, following sings to A38 Lichfield. Take the 4th exit at the first roundabout signposted A5127 City Centre. At the firs set of lights turn left, signposted Nechells. At the second roundabout, turn left onto A47 signposted Erdington. Stay on the A47
for approx 2 miles, and Fort Dunlop is on the left hand side.

Directions by Air or Rail :

We are a short taxi ride from Birmingham International train station, and Birmingham International Airport. If you arrive by train at Birmingham please note there are two main stations - Birmingha... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Guy White- Gallery Director


Opening Times

Monday to Friday : 10.30 am to 6.00 pm
Saturday : 11.00am to 5.00 pm

Outside these hours we are open by appointment.