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Photography Fair 1: Splinter 2013 / 27-28 April

The photograph is the new work of art – and a Chelsea gallery has plans to make great pics available at affordable prices in a special two-day event at the end of this month.

The most expensive snap ever cost a New York buyer a cool £2.8millon two years ago. But thanks to Splinter, a concept from the Michael Hoppen Gallery in Jubilee Place, the event will offer a wide range of 19th, 20th and 21st century photography with many pieces priced at a few hundred pounds and all under £1,000, it’s the perfect environment for new and experienced collectors to browse through hundreds of photographs to add or start a collection, or simply find the perfect present.

MACK, publishers of some of the most respected contemporary photography books today will also take part as will the Royal College of Art students. | +44 (0)20 7352 3649 |

Saturday 27th April (10am – 5pm) and Sunday 28th April (11am – 5pm) 2013.

At: 3 Jubilee Place, London, SW3 3TD

Entry Fee: £2

Participating Dealers:

Jenny Allsworth, Daniella Dangoor, Brad Feuerhelm, Sean Sexton, Pierre Spake, MACK & RCA

Image:  Inselele, from the series The Afronauts, 2012, Cristina de Middel - Exhibited by Brad Feuerhelm

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Comment by Pierre Spake on April 25, 2013 at 15:36

I will be exhibiting 19th century photos from Japan and India, esoteric 20th C photos and contemporary salt print female nudes by hal Hirshorn of New York......Hope to see some of you there...Pierre Spake

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