Reflex is an established gallery representing both upcoming and internationally renowned contemporary artists, including Miles Aldridge, Nobuyoshi Araki, Harland Miller, David LaChapelle, Todd Hido, Daido Moriyama, Iris Schomaker, Keith Coventry, Marcus Harvey and Ichwan Noor.Read More
Organising a minimum of six solo shows and group exhibitions a year, the gallery has a wide international reach and offers tailored guidance to private and corporate art collectors. Reflex also operates in the secondary market and is experienced in sourcing exclusive works of photography, painting and sculpture.
Over the last three decades, Reflex developed a strong publishing tradition, producing high quality limited editions, prints and publications. For the latter, the gallery collaborated with the eclectic likes of Wim van Sinderen, Wim Pijbes, Marilyn Manson, Matthias Harder, Marcel Feil, Erik Kessels, Hari Kunzru & Sir Norman Rosenthal to name a few.
Reflex was founded as a family business in 1986. Its name is inspired by the 1948 manifesto of the Cobra group, and can be seen as a gesture of homage.
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The Royal Academy described the decision as regrettable.
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In Conversation with...Gavin Turk is the fifth installment of our ongoing series of artist interviews. In this episode, [Gavin Turk] tells us about his new exhibition Letting Go. The artist tal
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