Nicky Akehurst, Akehurst Creative Management, independent gallerist and curator, has over 30 years’ experience in providing management and consultancy services to photographers, exhibition organisers, publishers and curators of private and public collections.

We support photographers by acting in a management role; we pursue opportunities for their work to be exhibited, licensed or placed with established galleries/collections and we handle copyright and legal issues. Our corporate and institutional clients, publishers and collectors benefit from our ability to locate and acquire suitable prints or negotiate reproduction rights.

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Akehurst Press

A portfolio range of postcard packs, ephemera and design curios, – with a main emphasis on contemporary photography, but including design, visual arts, architecture, social documentary, counter-culture or just plain quirky. All artist inspired, well-designed limited print runs of products that are tactile and hand finished that we hope will become coveted and kept

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News, Exhibitions and Events

Sean Hillen

100 Works - Seán Hillen

26 January to 11 March 2017

Golden Thread Gallery
84- 94 Great Patrick Street,
Belfast
BT1 2LU

The first major solo exhibition of Seán Hillen in Northern Ireland, with a focused on his practice as a collagist, with works dating back to the early 1980’s.

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Sean Hillen

Wake Up Stories - Episode 2 - Seán Hillen

Seán Hillen tells his 'Wake Up Story', part of an online series by Wide Awake Media, and discusses the role of art in truth telling.

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Charlie Phillips

THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS
Exploring Multi Cultural London

An Exhibition by Charlie Phillips

19 April 2017 to 13 May 2017

Dugdale,
Thomas Hardy House,
39 London Road,
Enfield
EN2 6DS

Charlie’s images are full of the atmosphere of that time. Here are photographs of slum housing, of children on the streets, of traders, of funerals, of churchgoers, of shebeens and of the ordinary lives of people, black and white. In spite of hardship and poverty their faces tell us of spirit and humanity.

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