Paul Giambarba is the guy who designed the iconic Polaroid rainbow diamond. He was guest of honour at the Polaroid Festival we sponsored and talks about working with Edwin Land and the Polaroid brand identity. Check out the interview here.
This is it. Square Gallery has been open for 25 minutes. It’s fully operational, with prints on the wall and spots on the wooden beams to light them up. There’s a nice visitors’ book to write loads of nice things for us and copies of SquareBook #2 for sales. We have the occasional cobweb too, […]
The work is underway to be ready for a June 1 opening. Boards have been painted and screwed into the wall, the door got a new coat of deep red paint, flyers are beginning to be distributed here and there and I’ve made my first radio appearance. Square Gallery is on the map, shit just […]
Now that I have moved to France, the plan is to open a “proper” Square Gallery in a barn that I own. It will take a bit of time to get it sorted (the roof leaks a bit), but it should be operational by next year. Here are a few photos of the project. At the […]
The Long Square exhibition is a new show at our editor’s Alma mater, the University of Wolverhampton. It mainly gathers works donated to Square Magazine as well as work from various other international artists: Roger Ballen, Liz Jeary, Alison Turner, Daniel Southard, Christine Matthieu, Polixeni Papapetrou, Linda Alterwitz, Aline Smithson, Clay Lipsky, Emmanuelle Brisson, Sylvestre Anasse, Patricia van de […]
Linda Alterwitz, whose work we published in issue 401, has a show in Aberyswyth, Wales, in June. She’s also giving a talk on May 3rd, and it’s free! I would encourage our British and Welsh readers to go and meet her and hear her talk about her work. We’ll be there too. Click here for more info.
We are delighted to announce that we are going to show parts of our permanent collection at Wolverhampton University’s long Gallery in May, alongside work by artists we published but haven’t exhibited yet. The line-up is not definite yet so we’ll keep it secret from now, but stay tuned…
We are very pleased and honoured to be a sponsor of the Polaroid Festival organised in Paris in May 2016. You can already submit images for consideration, or contact us if you want to be involved in other ways. More info will follow soon, in the meantime here is a Facebook link.