Webber Gallery is a contemporary photographic space in the heart of London's Fitzrovia, dedicated to celebrating the diversity of the medium.

Webber Gallery is a contemporary photographic space in the heart of London's Fitzrovia, founded in 2014. Webber Gallery is dedicated to celebrating the diversity of the medium with innovative exhibitions, artist talks and book launches. We offer consultancy services and acquisition assistance to museums and individual collectors, and provide collaborative creative opportunities through our sister agency, Webber Represents. We regularly partner with international institutions and publishers, and offer a range of community and charity collaborations that complement our inclusivity objectives.

Webber Gallery
18 Newman Street
London
W1T 1PE
+44 207 439 0678
  • Antony Cairns | CTY_TYO3 TYO4, 22 April – 6 June 2021

    Antony Cairs

    TYO3_32, 2019

    Inkjet on Original IBM Decision Table Worksheet

    28cm x 21.5cm

    Printed 2020

    Antony Cairns | CTY_TYO3 TYO4

    22 April – 6 June 2021
    CTY_TYO3 TYO4 expands on British artist Antony Cairns’ ongoing fascination with urbanisation, drawing on signature experimental processes to reveal an abstraction of the landscape. Devoid of people and mostly shot at night, Cairns’ haunting urban spaces converge to create a futuristic world that is at once both familiar and strange. CTY_TYO3 TYO4 presents Cairns’ artworks in three different forms, highlighting the artist’s habitual use of outmoded forms of technology and more recently the repurposing of historical paper-based computer storage systems. On display are a selection from two new portfolios TY03 (2019) and TYO4 (2020). Both depicting the cityscapes of Tokyo, these works have been printed directly onto vintage Cobol coding forms and IBM decision tables, visually embedding themselves in a historic computer language. Constructing an archive around the ‘city’ and its myriad connotations is an important and ongoing theme in Cairns’ work, and the artist has spent much time in...