The Skin of the Print

08 October 2019 - 20 October 2019

10:00 - 16:30

Oxmarket Gallery
St Andrew’s Court
United Kingdom
PO19 1YH

Early photographic printing processes (often referred to as Alternative or Alt-Photography) require detailed hand-crafting by the artist. The texture, material and treatment of the paper on which the image is formed. Literally, ‘The Skin of the Print’ – adds real depth to the appearance and feel of the work.






Peter Moseley - Feet




The artists – drawn from the UK, South America, Europe, Russia and Australia – present portraiture, landscapes, still-lifes, body studies and abstract works. All pieces are contemporary, but produced using nineteenth century recipes and techniques.








Silvi Glattauer - Untitled No2





The works show examples of printing with precious platinum, gold and palladium metals, photographic printing with water colour pigments and with metal plates that are photographically etched and printed on to paper through heavy presses. Also shown are anthotypes, pictures made with dyes from flowers and plants, and cyanotype prints.

RPS members are invited to attend the Private View on 7th October at 6:30pm

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Opening times

10.00am - 4.30pm

Region: SouthernGroup(s): Analogue