Close exhibition

Jason Tozer’s series of bubbles that he shot for CR form part of an extensive exhibition of work from the photographer that opens in January next year at London’s theprintspace gallery. Close will also feature detailed studies of ice, smoke, solder and water droplets, with prints of the work available to purchase from blanka.co.uk…

Jason Tozer‘s series of bubbles that he shot for CR form part of an extensive exhibition of work from the photographer that opens in January next year at London’s theprintspace gallery. Close will also feature detailed studies of ice, smoke, solder and water droplets, with prints of the work available to purchase from blanka.co.uk

The show opens on 16 January and will run until 10 February. The supporting exhibition material, including invites and the identity for the show, has been designed by Michael C. Place at Build.

Blanka now also has a wide range of signed prints by Tozer available to buy. The 20″ x 16″ silver-based C type prints are available in editions of 50, printed on Fuji semi-matt crystal archive stock, and there are also five 40″ x 30″ versions for sale too. Check out the Tozer gallery, here.

Any orders made before 14 January will receive an invite to the private view of Close, which takes place on the 15 January.

theprintspace
74 Kingsland Road
London E2 8DL
theprintspace.co.uk

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