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Elvis in Paris

Peter Blake

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

Southsea

Tanya Ling

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

Sheffield

Tanya Ling

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

Nottingham

Tanya Ling

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

Darley Dale

Tanya Ling

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

Clacton-on-Sea

Tanya Ling

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

8.Ian Curtis, Joy Division, The Factory Hulme

Kevin Cummins

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

1.Joy Division, TJ Davidson’s rehearsal room

Kevin Cummins

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

10. Ian Curtis, Joy Division Hulme

Kevin Cummins

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

11.Ian Curtis, Joy Division TJ Davidson’s

Kevin Cummins

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

3.Joy Division, TJ Davidson’s rehearsal room

Kevin Cummins

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

9.Peter Hook and Ian Curtis, Joy Division

Kevin Cummins

Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

About Paul Stolper Gallery (IFPDA)

Paul Stolper Gallery is a publisher of contemporary fine art prints and a commercial gallery that exhibits a wide variety of prints and unique works. Paul Stolper Gallery works directly with a number of important contemporary artists as well as emerging artists to produce unique artworks, art publications, limited edition prints, photographs and sculptural works. The latest editions published by the Gallery include new works by Don Brown, Damien Hirst, Peter Saville, Sarah Hardacre, Gavin Turk, Shepard Fairey and Sir Peter Blake. Paul Stolper Gallery is located at 31 Museum St, London, WC1A 1LH. The inaugural show at this space was Peter Saville: Accessories to an Artwork opening in October 2008, with commissioned works for the exhibition by Cerith Wynn Evans, Thomas Demand, Douglas Gordon, Jeremy Deller, Brian Eno, Richard Kern, Slater Bradley, Liam Gillick, Sarah Morris, as well as pieces by Richard Hamilton, Peter Blake and Gavin Turk. The gallery was previously at 78 Luke Street, London, EC2A from 2003 - 2008 and prior to that the gallery was at 22 Laystall Street, London EC1 from December 1998 - 2002. In September 2011 a second gallery was opened in Oslo called STOLPER + FRIENDS, exhibiting British and international artists, as well as supporting emerging Norwegian art.

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