Gallery Information


The Little Black Gallery operates as a photography gallery, artist management 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, co-owned by Ghislain Pascal and Tamara Beckwith Veroni, exists without a permanent space, putting on exhibitions worldwide at galleries, museums, art-fairs, and pop-ups; manages artists; and acts as an art consultant.

The Little Black Gallery also works in partnership with Paddle8, the online auction house, curating and promoting Boys! Boys! Boys! and Girls! Girls! Girls! – two brands that includes multiple auctions, exhibitions, an online shop, and books.

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.

Ghislain Pascal was a celebrity agent and publicist 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.

Max Houghton, Senior Lecturer in Photography at the London College of Communication, acts as an Editorial Consultant for The Little Black Gallery. A former co-editor of Foto8 Magazine, she now writes regularly about photography for the international press including FOAM, Black & White Magazine and The Telegraph. She also conducts public talks and lectures on photography and curates exhibitions worldwide. She co-edited ‘Firecracker: Female Photography Now’ (Thames & Hudson, 2017).

MAILING ADDRESS ONLY:

The Little Black Gallery
Michelin House
81 Fulham Road
London SW3 6RD
E: info@thelittleblackgallery.com


* The Little Black Gallery does not accept unsolicited artist’s submissions.

 

 

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