The Richard Goodall Gallery
is a contemporary fine art, photography and rock poster gallery based in Manchester
, United Kingdom
. They have been in existence since 2000. In 2007 a second location was added on High Street in Manchester focused on contemporary fine art, with the original location on Thomas St, Richard Goodall Gallery and showing Rock Poster Art and Designer Urban Vinyl. Throughout the year each gallery will show 8-10 independent events, with the occasional one crossing over both galleries.
Main areas of focus
Richard Goodall Gallery is notable in the creation of fine art lenticular images as large scale art pieces with work from contemporary photographers. To date over 50 pieces have been created and the editions are all sold out or close to sold out. They comprise images from Gered Mankowitz
, Terry O'Neill
, Jay Blakesberg
, Michael Spencer Jones and Paul Saltzman. These feature The Beatles, Elvis, Dylan, The Rolling Stones and Sinatra amongst others. They can be seen on permanent display at the Millenia Fine Art Gallery on the mezzanine level of the Time Warner Building in Columbus Square, New York.
At its outset Richard Goodall Gallery brought contemporary photography to Manchester as the first large scale accessible gallery in the UK and the only photography gallery outside of London. Starting with 33 Still Lives by Anton Corbijn
it has had exhibitions from Mark Seliger - Platinums and Graham... Read More