Working with giant water tanks and a camera, a thirst to create something meaningful inspires artist Alexander James’s single edition prints
Alexander James is an artist wholly dedicated to his work, in a particularly literal way. All his photographs concern water, often submerging his subjects in huge tanks, capturing the natural world in complex ways and stunning detail.
Dellasposa Fine Art Mayfair will be opening its doors to their latest exhibition ‘Death of The Dream’, comprising of new works by contemporary British artist Alexander James. From 4- 17 September, two bodies of work will be shown.
Alexander James has earned a reputation as someone working within one of the most demanding studio practices today. Last time we spoke to the artist, he explained his attraction to water a medium for photography, and how it serves as an analogue special effect in his work
Dellasposa at The Herrick Gallery in Mayfair will be opening its doors to their latest exhibition ‘Death of The Dream’, comprising of new works by contemporary British artist Alexander James. From 4- 17 September, two bodies of work will be shown.
LONDON.- Dellasposa Fine Art announces the highly anticipated exhibition Death of the Dream. The work by distinguished British contemporary artist Alexander James unveiled by Dellasposa Fine Art, in association with Herrick Gallery, between 4th - 17th September, 2017.
Alexander Jame's almost painfully relevant art exhibition, death of the Dream-with works symbolizing the demise of US democracy- is presented by Dellasposa at Herrick Gallery. To be pondered ruefully.
Dellasposa Fine Art, in association with Herrick Gallery, Mayfair, is curating an exhibition named Death of The Dream, comprising new works by contemporary British artist Alexander James.
A new exhibition by British artist and photographer Alexander James will be on display in Mayfair from 4 to 17 September.
Dellasposa Fine Art, London, in association with Herrick Gallery, London, presents “Death of the Dream,” a solo exhibition by British contemporary artist Alexander James.
The artist Alexander James disagrees. He has been producing underwater photographs of flowers and people for the last three decades, always wrapped up in Romanticism: the melancholia of everything being temporary and already gone; the exquisite beauty; the fated end; the sublime.