Nicky Akehurst, Akehurst Creative Management, independent gallerist and curator, has over 30 years’ experience in providing management and consultancy services to photographers, exhibition organisers, publishers and curators of private and public collections.

We support photographers by acting in a management role; we pursue opportunities for their work to be exhibited, licensed or placed with established galleries/collections and we handle copyright and legal issues. Our corporate and institutional clients, publishers and collectors benefit from our ability to locate and acquire suitable prints or negotiate reproduction rights.

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Akehurst Press

A portfolio range of postcard packs, ephemera and design curios, – with a main emphasis on contemporary photography, but including design, visual arts, architecture, social documentary, counter-culture or just plain quirky. All artist inspired, well-designed limited print runs of products that are tactile and hand finished that we hope will become coveted and kept

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Latest News and Exhibitions

(c) Charlie Phillips

Charlie Phillips: How Great Thou Art

Exhibition of framed photographs, service programmes, images on projection, and music.

Dorfman Foyer and the Wolfson Gallery at the National Theatre

21 April to 26 May 2018.

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12 May 2018 - Charlie Phillips will be in conversation about his career and the exhibition.

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(c) Charlie Phillips

London Nights
See the city after dark through photography

Exhibition includes work by Charlie Phillips.

Museum of London

11 May to 11 November 2018.

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(c) Seán Hillen

Remote Photo 2018 - Exhibition - Reframing the Border

Includes work by Seán Hillen

Regional Cultural Centre, Port Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.

11 to 13 May 2018.

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(c) Seán Hillen

‘Melancholy Witness’ - Images from the Troubles

KAMERA ∞, Gallery, Wexford

22 March to 14 May 2018.

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Click Here for short film of Seán Hillen in dialogue with Claudio Nego at KAMERA ∞, Gallery, March 2018.

Recent News and Events

(c) Seán Hillen

‘Melancholy Witness’ - The Seán Hillen Collection

Linen Hall Library, Belfast

9 April to 5 May 2018.

Book signings on 10 April (9.30am) and 18 April (1pm) 2018.

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(c) Paul Kilsby

Unnatural Histories
An exhibition of photographs by Paul Kilsby

An exhibition of several related bodies of photography, each exploring different facets of the still life genre. Often including fragments of existing imagery in the form of reproductions of paintings from the seventeenth and eighteenth century, Paul Kilsby meticulously combines these traditional motifs with real three dimensional objects, generating hybrid images which fuse together in the camera to create a sustained illusion: latter day trompe l’œils.

The Glass Tank, Oxford Brookes University (Headington Campus)

5 April to 3 May 2018.

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A online journal with selections from the series, and an essay by James Attlee, has been published on Issu: Click Here to view.

Christine Keeler contact sheet, 1963 - private collection, courtesy www.nickyakehurst.com (c) Lewis Morley Estate

My Generation, Michael Caine, the Swinging Sixties, and Carnaby Street

A two week, free-entry exhibition will see a stunning showcase of photographs, prints and archive footage from the 1960s over a two-floor space. The exhibition coincides with the release of the new documentary, My Generation.

8 March to 4 April 2018

The Subculture Archives
3 Carnaby Street
London

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(c) Charlie Phillips

Lost Notting Hill
A Portrait

Online article about the work of Charlie Phillips on White Noise website. (Published 8 February 2018)

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In Focus with Charlie Phillips.
Presented by Autograph ABP

Outside the Piss house Pub, Portobello Road 1968 (c) Charlie Phillips

Here We Are
A new exhibition of British photography.
Includes three images by Charlie Phillips.

Paris exhibition: 26 January to 4 February 2018

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The exhibition was intially displayed over three floors of Burberry’s show venue Old Sessions House in Clerkenwell before moving to Hong Kong (see below).

Click Here for a short film by curator Lucy Kumara Moore about the exhibition.

Click Here for the exhibition guide in English or
Click Here for the French version.

Autograph ABP Exhibition

In A Different Light: New Acquisitions

Autograph ABP
Rivington Place
London EC2A 3BA

Until 2 December 2017

Prints of eight images by Charlie Phillips have been acquired by Autograph ABP for their permanent collection of photography. These and other recent acquisitions are on show in a temporary archive display.

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Outside the Piss house Pub, Portobello Road 1968 (c) Charlie Phillips

Here We Are
A new exhibition of British photography to celebrate
the September 2017 Burberry collection.
Includes three images by Charlie Phillips.

New Hong Kong exhibition: 11 to 18 November 2017

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The exhibition was intially displayed over three floors of Burberry’s show venue Old Sessions House in Clerkenwell (18 September to 1 October 2017).

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Click Here for a feature on the exhibition in Creative Review.

Click Here for a short film by curator Lucy Kumara Moore about the exhibition.

José Julián Martí

José Julián Martí

Galeria Villa Manuela, Havana City, Cuba

November and December 2017

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Click Here for a scan of the exhibition catalogue.

 

The Twelfth in Newry. (c) Seán Hillen

Seán Hillen:: running towards gunfire

Feature on Seán Hillen's work in The Irish Times, 16 November 2017.

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Maybelle by Charlie Phillips

“Big Mabelle” by Charlie Phillips
included in feature on The Green Book

Historian Candacy Taylor explores The Negro Travelers’ Green Book as part of project to document the history of the book and the businesses featured in it.

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Here We Are ... In conversation with photographer Charlie Phillips.

 
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