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Do You Remember the First Time? Contemporary Photography at Atlas Gallery
Olivo Barbieri, Sorrento, 2004 from site_specific © Olivo Barbieri, courtesy of ATLAS Gallery London.

LONDON.- Atlas Gallery announces Do You Remember the First Time?, an exhibition of contemporary photography, opening June 15 through July 28.

Do You Remember the First Time? features works by contemporary photographers Olivo Barbieri, Jim Goldberg, Nathan Harger, Adam Jeppesen, and Paolo Ventura, presented for the first time in London exclusively at Atlas Gallery. Many of these exemplary contemporary artists have been exhibited internationally, and are included in museum and distinguished private collections worldwide, but have never before been exhibited in a commercial gallery in the United Kingdom. Do You Remember the First Time? presents the opportunity to experience with new eyes key works by known artists who are redefining the boundaries of contemporary photography.

Olivo Barbieri takes aerial photographs of cityscapes and landscapes, creating images that look like scale models. First exhibition at Atlas Gallery; first exhibition in the UK.

Nathan Harger creates high contrast black and white photographs of man-made structures and industrial landscapes. First exhibition at Atlas Gallery; first exhibition in the UK.

Adam Jeppesen makes fine art out of assembled photocopies. First exhibition at Atlas Gallery; first exhibition in the UK.

Paolo Ventura builds miniature sets for his doll-sized subjects to create imaginative and whimsical narrative photographs. First exhibition at Atlas Gallery; first exhibition in the UK.

Jin Goldberg produces in-depth documentary studies of neglected and disenfranchised peoples and populations. Jim Goldberg is represented by Magnum Photos and Atlas Gallery.

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