‘The kind of photography that translates our dreams into inspiring and indelible images’: 25 years of CAMERA WORK

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Named after the journal established by Alfred Stieglitz in 1903, CAMERA WORK was set up in 1997 in an old coach house discovered by Garner’s friend, the photographer Helmut Newton. Over the years it has represented many pioneering photographers, including Hans FeurerIrving PennPeter Lindbergh and Herb Ritts.

‘My relationship with the gallery goes back to its foundations,’ says Garner, ‘we share a commitment to great magazine photography — the kind of photography that translates our dreams and ideals into inspiring and indelible images.’