Jeremy Irons Attends Hus Gallery Opening

Jeremy Irons attended an opening reception at the Hus Gallery in London, on Wednesday 26 March, for the exhibition “The Back of Beyond”, featuring work by Sam Irons, Adam Bainbridge and Neil Raitt.

The exhibition will run from 27 March until 27 April 2014.

Photos via the Hus Gallery Facebook Page:

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Jeremy Irons Attends New Sam Irons Photo Exhibition

Jeremy Irons attended the Private View opening of son Sam Irons’s new photography exhibition at the Tim Sheward Projects in London’s Bankside.

Read the full report at Hash-Mag and at Tim Sheward Projects

Event photos by Laurie McShea

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Sam Irons’s work will be on display until 02 November 2013.

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Sam Irons – I don’t want to get over you – Photo Exhibit

The photography exhibit “I don’t want to get over you” by Sam Irons, is on display from 31 May – 12 June 2012, at the A. Elfes Monumental Masons, 17 Osborn St., E1 6TD London, England.

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Sam Irons Shoots Percival A/W 2011 Collection

London-based label Percival has tapped Sam Irons to photograph its Autumn/Winter 2011 lookbook:

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Sam Irons Contributes to Art Dubai’s 2011 Branding Campaign

Sam’s photography can be seen in the banners on the website for Art Dubai

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Sam Irons’ No Lipstick Private View

Jacobson Space hosted a Private Viewing of its new exhibit ‘No Lipstick’, featuring photographs by Sam Irons.

Celebrities, including Tom Stoppard and Derek Jacobi, were in attendance.

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Sam Irons part of ‘No Lipstick’ exhibit at Jacobson Space

Jacobson Space invites you to visit “No Lipstick”, an exhibition of contemporary art presented by Jacobson Space, downstairs at 6 Cork Street, London, W1.

Time: Wednesday 1 September at 10:00am through October 2 at 1:00pm

Location: Downstairs at 6 Cork Street, London, W1S 3NX

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Featuring works by internationally renowned artists such as Bram Bogart and Tom Wesselmann and younger upcoming artists including Jason Martin and Sam Irons, this exhibition is influenced by the so-called Lipstick Effect, an observation made by modern economists that during difficult financial times, when sales of most goods go down, Lipstick sales double.

Consequently, the exhibition is intended to provide visitors with an insight into the visually fun & cosmetically cool artworks that are available through Jacobson Space.

It will be open to the public during business hours until 2 October.

Nearest tube: Green Park or Bond Street.

contact@jacobsonltd.com

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