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Patience and Perseverance: An Interview with Peppa Martin, Director and Curator of Truth and Beauty Gallery & Studio

Friday, June 21st, 2019

Peppa Martin founded Truth and Beauty Gallery & Studio in Vancouver in 2006, which combines a  commercial photography gallery and professional portrait studio. She is the Director and Curator of the gallery and lead photographer in the studio.

Dedicated to the exhibition and appreciation of the photographic form, Truth and Beauty represents the work of 60 international artists, and hosts exhibitions and public programs such as talks, book launches and workshops. The gallery also features a digital portal for online exhibitions and print sales.

Peppa advises on print acquisitions and sourcing, career development, corporate and private commissions, and conducts portfolio reviews.

As a professional photographer, gallerist, curator, art consultant, and independent writer, Peppa’s commentaries on art and culture have been published internationally. A Board Member of the Association of Women Art Dealers (AWAD) and Chair of AWAD’s Global Chapter, Peppa is also on the Advisory Board of Photolucida (Portland) and a member of the Canadian Media Guild. www.truthandbeauty.ca

Stephanie Yeap spoke with Peppa via video call between London and Vancouver…

1. Describe your business in 5 words:

Inclusive, welcoming, curious, current, and adaptable.
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Truth and Beauty Gallery presents Salon Mémoire: 175 Tintypes from Quebec (1860 – 1920)

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

Truth and Beauty Gallery presents Salon Mémoire: 175 Tintypes from Quebec (1860 – 1920)  from 18 November to 2 December 2017 and feat. also a Collector’s Talk with Bill Jeffries on Saturday 25th November.

 A tintype, also known as a ferrotype, is a wet plate collodion photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal coated with a dark lacquer or enamel and used as the support for the photographic emulsion.

For more information click here.

 

truth and beauty gallery present Desirée Patterson’s Enraciné

Sunday, September 24th, 2017

Vancouver-based truth and beauty gallery present Desirée Patterson’s Enraciné, an exhibition of work in progress running from October 7th to October 20th.

This developing series explores the humanistic approach to environmental sustainability through consciousness rooted in the industrialized world. Urban compositions are inverted (symbolizing the roots of industrialized society) and collaged with landscape imagery to reveal the complex transcendent evolution humanity must make towards a level of consciousness that will take whatever action is required to sustain our planet.

For more information click here or contact truth and beauty gallery.

Truth and Beauty Gallery Presents A Capture Festival Event

Monday, March 20th, 2017

Truth and Beauty Gallery in Vancouver, Canada, presents a Capture Festival event on Saturday April 29th (11am-6pm).

The BoomBoom PhotoRoom is an interactive social welfare project in support of  From The Bottom Up Foundation, a non-profit organization which collects and distributes diapers to local families in need.  The gallery will become a walk-in PhotoBooth for visitors to have their photos taken in exchange for donations of $20 or a box of diapers.
The theme at the Truth and Beauty Gallery event is
Bring Your Best’, which encourages supporters to bring any favorite ‘thing’ to be photographed with – so go ahead and fire up your imagination ! 

Everyone’s invited to come for pictures and stay for the beer and music !

Browse the CAPTURE PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL

ONE DAY ONLY :  SATURDAY APRIL 29   11am – 6pm

Highlights from Photofairs, San Francisco, by Peppa Martin, truth and beauty gallery, Vancouver

Monday, February 20th, 2017
Image: Tabitha Soren, ‘The Puritan’ 023024-1’ 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Equinom Projects San Francisco
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We are grateful to Peppa Martin, owner of the truth and beauty gallery in Vancouver, Canada, for writing about the inaugural edition of Photofairs 2017  ‘live’ from the San Francisco.  Follow Peppa on Twitter & Instagram  for more information. Images courtesy of the artist and Peppa Martin.

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Banking on the growing success of three years in Shanghai, Photofairs launched its inaugural North American edition in San Francisco January 27-29th, arriving at the former historic U.S. Army San Francisco Port of Embarkation, now the picturesque waterfront Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture Festival Pavilion.

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Comparatively smaller in scale than other international fairs, this event managed to succeed where even the behemoth ParisPhoto LA could not. As the Bay Area’s only fair exclusively dedicated to photographic arts, Photofairs SF distinguished itself by presenting a thoroughly polished and impressive array– exhibiting a tight, balanced selection of high calibre, thoughtful work.

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Thirty four national and international galleries were on hand from fourteen countries, showcasing emerging and recognized artists across the fair’s public program and platforms, including panels, moderated talks and installations.

Photofairs San Francisco’s curation brought together vintage and blue-chip works alongside cutting-edge contemporary photography. Sarah Shepard, PHOTOFAIRS‘ San Francisco-based manager reported “the response to the scope and quality of the photography presented by both the national and international participating galleries, many of whom brought new works and artists never before exhibited on the West Coast, was overwhelmingly positive.”

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