|4B Howe Street, Edinburgh New Town EH3 6TD|
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Gallery-Close is Scotland's only privately managed photography gallery. It is proud to represent a growing number of elite photographers.
The gallery is situated in the heart of the historic Georgian New Town midway between Princes Street and Stockbridge in Scotland's capital, it exhibits a variety of photographic work and individually themed exhibitions throughout the year.
We also offer a private bespoke service to cater for clients who are looking for specific imagery. We can source work and offer advice on style, size and will retouch pictures into rooms to allow you to see how it will appear. (Just send us a picture of your room).
Owner, director Chris Close is a commercial photographer. He has put his name to several photographic projects including the acclaimed 'Between The Lines - Portraits of Authors' exhibition that he has undertaken annually at the Edinburgh International Book Festival since 2009. He has amassed over 800 unique and distinctive portraits in an equally unique concept; photographing the authors on site then adding prints to an ever expanding exhibition on a daily basis.
To be considered for exhibiting at the gallery please get in touch.
All work sold at this gallery is archivally printed onto the finest quality papers by, or overseen by, the photographers. Please see 'The Prints' page for full details.
Should you have any questions please do get in touch or feel free to pop in or call to arrange a viewing. The kettle is always on and we shall be delighted to discuss the work with you.
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All information (whether in text or photographs) is supplied in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact. We take every opportunity to ensure the details for Gallery Close are accurate, please contact us at hello[@]whatsonnetwork.co.uk if any of the above information is incorrect.