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  • Umbra by Julie Bourges

    “For it is the object that sees us, the object that dreams us, the world which reflects us, the world which thinks us. This is the fundamental rule."

  • Barbie Blad by Hamid Blad

    "The goal is to be at the limit of surreality, through the richness of detail and optical blur. It brings its imperfections and artifacts. This brings also its beauty."

Our mission is to show the richness of photography’s domain, up to its periphery - and beyond. Intriguing, at times enigmatic work by international creators acts as a discovery for all and ever. Originating from observations and experiments, it is a collection packed with both beauty and  ...quirkiness

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INTRODUCING JULIE BOURGES

Julie Bourges seeks, next to her work at Picturetank, to find her way in parallel worlds of her imagination. At a point, the city of Paris seemed transformed to her, as a parallel world. We certainly believe that this “discovery” will find its way in the gallery’s framework!

ZOXX GALLERY AT FOTOFEVER PARIS 2015

From 13 to 15 November 2015 we will participate in fotofever Paris with a terrific selection of work. Three walls, three themes: the beauty of craft, the nature of nature, and approaching life and landscape. At the famous Carrousel du Louvre work is shown created by Marika Bertoni, Hamid Blad, Julie Bourges, David Bradford, Alessandra Calò, Margherita Cesaretti, Jim Kazanjian, Koichi Nishiyama and Keith Sharp.

ZOXX GALLERY AT FESTIVAL-OFF NAARDEN 2015

We are happy to show no less than two series of Hamid Blad at the Festival-OFF in Naarden (NL), organised in parallel with the famous Fotofestival Naarden from 14 May until 21 June 2015 and consisting of individual exhibitions throughout the village. Barbie Blad is present at Coffee Culture, Marktstraat 14, open daily 10-17 hrs. Broken Glass is just a few steps away in the beautiful windows of Liesbeth Ament Makelaars, Markstraat 11. More on Festival-OFF here.

INTRODUCING HAMID BLAD

Hamid Blad likes to present the ubiquitous Barbie doll up to the edge of surrealism. A 19th century technique adds real human imperfections to a sleek personality…

ZOXX GALLERY AT HUNTENKUNST 2015

Because we love special surroundings both art-wise and location-wise, we’re pleased to announce our participation in the Huntenkunst art fair. This “International Stage for Contemporary Arts” is held 29-31 May 2015 in Ulft (Gelderland, NL). We show work by Jim Kazanjian, Keith Sharp, Margherita Cesaretti, Koichi Nishiyama and Julie Bourges.

INTRODUCING ALESSANDRA CALÒ

Alessandra Calò is more than welcomed @ the gallery. Her work Elisabetta, from the Secret Garden series, represents an invitation for the viewer to start an identity research.

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