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19th August marks World Humanitarian Day and World Photo Day, so it only seems right that we take a look at the astonishing life of Humanitarian Photographer Lisa Kristine. Kristine has spent the last [...]
Last week restoration work finally began on an early Banksy mural, that had been accidentally painted over in 2007. The mural, which resides inside a former Glasgow nightclub, was painted by the elusive artist [...]
Not only is Christoper Nevinson famous for his landscape paintings but he is also one of the most famous artists of WWI Born in Hampstead, North London on 13th August 1889 Christopher Nevinson initially [...]
This June we welcome PJ Crook for her solo exhibition; Immortals, Men and Beasts. The Cheltenham born artist and sculptor, will be showcasing her work at our Trinity House Paintings Broadway Gallery, from 21st [...]
As the New Year begins to unfold, we are delighted to unveil our forthcoming exhibition at Trinity Modern. We will be welcoming Lisa Kristine, one of America's foremost humanitarian photographers, based in San Francisco. "Lisa [...]
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