The Little Black Gallery operates as a photography gallery, publisher, and art consultancy – specialising in contemporary photography.
The Little Black Gallery was originally set up by Tamara Beckwith Veroni, Lindsey Carlos Clarke and Ghislain Pascal in 2008, with a gallery space in Chelsea, London for ten years.
Today the business, now co-owned by Ghislain Pascal and Tamara Beckwith Veroni, exists without a permanent gallery space, putting on exhibitions worldwide at galleries, museums, art-fairs, and pop-ups; managing artists; publishing books and magazines; and acting as an art consultant.
It hosts two online art platforms: BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! and GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! promotes queer and gay photography. It now represents more than 67 photographers from 27 countries – including China, India, Iran, Poland, Russia and Turkey where gay rights are repressed and queer lives under constant threat.
GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! celebrates the female form – featuring photographic legends, contemporary names and rising female photographers.
The Little Black Gallery has published many books and magazines including:
BOB CARLOS CLARKE / Dark Deluxe (2021, Opus)
MONA KUHN / Works (2021, Thames & Hudson)
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! – the magazine (bi-annual, launched in 2021, The Little Black Gallery)
BOB CARLOS CLARKE / Studio (2020, The Little Black Gallery)
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! (2020, MENDO | teNeues)
ANJA NIEMI / In Character (2019, Thames & Hudson)
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! (2019, The Little Black Gallery)
BOB CARLOS CLARKE / The Agony and The Ecstasy (2017, Jane & Jeremy)
ANJA NIEMI / She Could Have Been A Cowboy (2018, Jane & Jeremy)
ANJA NIEMI / The Woman Who Never Existed (2017, Jane & Jeremy)
ANJA NIEMI / Short Stories (2016, Jane & Jeremy)
ANJA NIEMI / Photographing In Costume (2015, The Little Black Gallery)
Ghislain Pascal was a renowned publicist and celebrity agent for many years – including as agent to the legendary photographer Bob Carlos Clarke. Following the death of Bob Carlos Clarke he manages The Estate of Bob Carlos Clarke. He is an avid collector of photography which are housed in a permanent exhibition space at his home in France. He is the editor of the BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! books and magazines.
Tamara Beckwith Veroni is a celebrity who appears regularly on TV and in the press, including as one of the dealers on Channel 4’s Four Rooms. She is a roving Ambassador for Gucci and Valentino, and one of the co-founders of The Lady Garden Foundation. She is a collector of photography.
Max Houghton is a writer, editor and curator working with the photographic image as it intersects with politics, law and human rights. She runs the MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, where she organises regular public talks, symposia and exhibitions. A former co-editor of Foto8 Magazine, her writing has appeared in publications by The Photographers’ Gallery and The Barbican, as well as in the international arts press, including Foam, 1000 Words, Photoworks and Granta. She is co-author, with Fiona Rogers, of Firecrackers: Female Photographers Now (Thames and Hudson 2017). Orange Screen, a screen-based textual work created in collaboration with Edmund Clark, was acquired by Imperial War Museums in 2017. Houghton is a Laws faculty scholarship doctoral candidate at University College London.
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The Little Black Gallery
81 Fulham Road
London SW3 6RD
* The Little Black Gallery does not accept unsolicited artist’s submissions.