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MORRISON will be exhibiting a selection of his work at FORMAN’S SMOKEHOUSE GALLERY in June with his fellow photographers John Thornton and John Stoddart. The exhibition is titled TRIPLE EXPOSURE and you can get further details at www.tripleexposure.photography
Edition 12/25 of “BEEKEEPER” is available for sale in support of Marie Curie Cancer Care and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.
Edition 5/25 of “PHEASANTS I” is selling in support of Marie Curie Cancer Care and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.
Edition 8/25 “PHEASANTS II” from the series ‘Nudes – a Country Collection’ is selling for Marie Curie Cancer Care and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.
Edition 6/25 of “FLY FISHING” from MORRISON’s collection of photographs titled ‘Nudes – a County Collection’ is for sale in support of Marie Curie Cancer Care and Great Ormond Street Children’s Charity.
MORRISON showed a selection of his photographs, in a gazebo in the heart of the Highclere Castle Estate, during a charity event for Marie Curie Cancer Care and Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. Called ‘Art in the Woods’ the exhibition … Continue reading
MORRISON’s exhibition “Fuma Divina” opened at the Nicholas Brawer Gallery, East 72nd and Madison Avenue, New York on the 17th October 2013 and will be open until the New Year.
I once asked Lady Thatcher if ‘The Iron Lady’ was vulnerable. She glared at me and refused to answer. A few months later she honoured me by opening an exhibition of my work and, having remembered my question, said openly … Continue reading
A new site for art lovers and collectors has been launched from New York with 60 artists represented. Following an exhibition in 2010 at Kipton Art Gallery in New York, MORRISON has continued his relationship with Kipton Cronkite with his … Continue reading
After a visit to Christie’s, London for their bi-annual auction of photographs there was an obvious interest from collectors in traditional, historic silver gelatin prints from photographers such as Horst, William Klein (also showing at The Tate), Bill Brandt and … Continue reading