From 29th June till 2nd July 2017, Ransom Art was honoured to announce their participation in Art Pampelonne, where they were exhibiting at booth C09. The fair was the first art show of its kind, along the most exclusive beach in the Côte d’Azur: Plage de Pampelonne.
Art Pampelonne presented 30 international galleries, showcasing the most notable artists in the contemporary field. Located a short walk from Nikki Beach’s famed property, Art Pampelonne hosted an elite audience of tastemakers with a selection of curated events that engaged the international art community.
The Art of Aero™ Exhibition takes its design inspiration from only recently declassified, highly confidential images used by the Williams Racing™ Aero Development Team as a vital part of their car design process and, for the first time as an artwork, makes this invisible force visible.
Ransom in Collaboration with Williams and Blueshift GP launch ‘The Art Of Aero’
Williams has collaborated with Blueshift GP to create a stunning new collection of artworks, inspired by aerodynamic images from Williams, which launches today at the Ransom Gallery in London.
Using previously confidential imagery from Williams’ computational fluid dynamic (CFD) designs as inspiration, the artworks combine engineering expertise and art to create this truly unique and stunning collection.
The artworks feature CFD images from the FW35 and before, and detail how the airflow around a car can be simulated. With Blueshift GP’s input, the result is a collection of beautiful images inspired by never before seen imagery.
The exhibition will be on display for the general public at Ransom Gallery, 105 Pimlico Road, London, SW1W 8LS from 16th – 31st March 2017.
From 2nd till 5th March, Mark Ransom was pleased to announce his participation to exhibit in SCOPE New York, where RANSOM ART's eclectic fine art collection was exhibited at our booth B021.
Long-established as the original incubator for emerging work, SCOPE’s Breeder Program celebrates its 16th year of introducing new galleries to the contemporary market. Featuring 125 International Exhibitors from 22 countries and 57 cities, SCOPE Miami Beach will welcome over 50,000 visitors over the course of 6 days.
On Wednesday 5th October, Ransom Art and Terry O'Neill hosted the official launch and signing of the spectacular BOWIE BY O'NEILL book. The limited edition book includes never-before and rarely seen photos of David Bowie by Terry O'Neill throughout the ages, demonstrating their unique professional and personal relationship through the eyes of the lens.
On Wednesday 21st September, Ransom Gallery held an exclusive private view of David Bowie photographs by Terry O'Neill. The collection combined both iconic and rarely seen colour and black and white photographs.
On the 28th June, Ransom Gallery held an exclusive private view and live performance from renowned fingertip painting artist, Paolo Troilo.
In partnership with Fiat Chrysler Motor Village and Monica Colussi, Ransom Art presented an exhibition of it's most prestigious European artworks at a special private viewing on the 2nd of June, with the artists in attendance.
An exhibition in honour of Terry O’Neill was hosted at Ransom Gallery for a special private viewing of photographs inspired by Frank Sinatra on Tuesday 23rd June which was accompanied by Champagne and Canapés sponsored by Laurent Perrier.
“One night I took Ava Gardner to Ronnie Scott’s. We got thrown out because she was rather rude, heckling the band. Well she had been married to the greatest – Frank Sinatra. I told her I wanted to photograph him so she wrote this letter and gave it to me, by way of introduction. To this day I don’t know what she said in it. But it was why I landed the greatest photograph in my archive. I flew to Miami where Frank was making a film with a young actress called Raquel Welch – The Lady in Cement. I was walking up the boardwalk with the letter in my pocket, to his hotel, hoping I could get past security, when he suddenly appeared, walking towards me with his entourage on his way to the film set. I just got off a few quick shots and handed him the letter. Remember he was still in love with Ava, I believe he never stopped loving her even though they were divorced. He ripped it open, read it, stuffed it in his pocket and turned to his minders and said “this kid’s with me.” – Terry O’Neill