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Introduction to YellowKorner and the gallery in Cambridge 

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Introduction to YellowKorner and the gallery in Cambridge 

We are delighted to take part in Cambridge Photography  Week, and The Cambridge Photography Show at The Guildhall in Cambridge this Saturday 30th October. We have a newly opened photo gallery in Cambridge, so this is the perfect time for you to come and see us and find out more about us. So, get your free ticket today and come and see us. 

In the meantime, we’ve written this blog post to tell you a bit about us and share some videos with you.  

Part of a worldwide and well-established network of photo galleries,  YellowKorner was originally created in 2006 by two friends, Alexandre de Metz and Paul-Antoine Briat, both passionate about photography since childhood.  From this encounter came an idea and an ambition: to make art photography accessible for all and YellowKorner the leading publisher of art photography.  

About YellowKorner

YellowKorner hence provides an outlet to showcase the talents produced by various movements in photography. The greatest names in photography (Eugène Atget, Man Ray, Slim Aarons, Matthieu Ricard, Yann  Arthus-Bertrand, or Nadar), rub shoulders with new talents and contemporary artists such as Laurent Baheux, Formento+Formento, Ludwig Favre or Lee Jeffries; to name a few. Our catalogue is immense and varied, while prints are all limited editions and provided with a certificate of authenticity. 

About our LAURENT BAHEUX:

About our LUDWIG FAVRE

YellowKorner is also famous for the high-quality prints produced by the expert laboratory Zeinberg. Most of our photos are laminated onto composite aluminium plates, providing lightness, uniquely vibrant colours and great stability. We offer a variety of print sizes, customised to your needs, while our biggest size, the Exception (150×200cm), is likely to delight any photo collector. 

We are very excited to finally host a photo gallery showcasing such high-quality art in Cambridge, where anyone can come in to buy beautiful and accessible pieces, in order to enhance their homes, share their passion for photography, or quite simply make a memorable gift for their loved ones.  You can now also use Zeinberg laboratory to print your own amazing photos. 

About our Zeinberg Laboratory http://documentation.yellowkorner.com/INTERNATIONAL/VIDEOS/ZEINBERG%20LABORATOIRE.mp4

Come and talk to us on Sat 30 Oct at the Cambridge Photography Show,  Sat 30 Oct, the Cambridge Guildhall. Tickets are free!

And visit our friendly team in Cambridge anytime and discover our incredible selection of limited edition prints in person. Come in to organise the printing of your own work.  

www.yellowkorner.com  

Book your place for Cambridge Photography Show.

30th of October 2021

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