TPG Golden Editions
As part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations, we are delighted to announce the launch of a series of ‘Golden Editions’, in collaboration with leading contemporary photographers all of whom have a unique connection to the Gallery.
Released exclusively through TPG’s Print Sales Gallery, each of these special editions has been personally chosen by the artist to reflect their relationship to the Gallery and illuminate their broader practice.
All profits go towards supporting the Gallery’s world-class programme of exhibitions and events, and ensure that the future of photography is alive and accessible to everyone. It’s a unique opportunity to own a significant piece of photographic history while enabling the Gallery to continue its mission.
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Edward Burtynsky Uralkali Potash Mine #1, Berezniki, Russia, 2017
Edition #3: Edward Burtynsky
The third release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary Golden Editions series is this stunning image from acclaimed Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky. The epic scale and chiaroscuro lighting effects at play in Uralkali Potash Mine #1 emphasise the cavernous sea-shell like interior of this working mine, while focusing the eye on the human industry at its centre.
Hassan Hajjaj, Afrikan Boy Sittin’, 2013/1434
Edition #2: Hassan Hajjaj
The second release in TPG’s 50th Anniversary Golden Editions series is this striking portrait by award-winning contemporary artist, Hassan Hajjaj (b.1961, Larache, Morocco). Entirely self-taught, Hajjaj is regarded as one of Morocco’s pre-eminent international artists with a diverse practice that includes photography, film-making, installation, fashion, and furniture design.
Jim Goldberg, They Always Welcomed Me, 2003
Edition #1: Jim Goldberg
Launching TPG’s 50th Anniversary Golden Editions is this singular and highly resonant work from American photographer, Jim Goldberg (b. 1953, US). They Always Welcomed Me is part of Open See (2003 – 2009), a series of unique works that exemplify Goldberg’s distinctive use of portraiture, landscape, and text.