The Fairley Archive holds regular exhibitions at leading galleries and has loaned works to organisations and centres around the world.
If you would like to discuss staging an exhibition of our photography or archive – or would like to arrange a loan of an artefact for an exhibition or display you are organising – please get in touch at email@example.com
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“Man on the Moon” – The Stash Gallery, London
3rd – 28th December 2019
The latest FASE exhibition sees its archive photography exhibited in London for the first time, together with unique artefacts from its collection.
Material exhibited for the first time include a unique signed photograph, printed on aluminium and dedicated to the late Peter Fairley by all three Apollo 11 astronauts; space food used by NASA astronauts, signed suit badges, books and other rare artefacts from the Gemini, Apollo, Soyuz, Spacelab and Space Shuttle missions.
For further details visit: http://vout-o-reenees.com/eventtype/the-stash-gallery/
“Lunar 50” – Wave of Dreams Art Gallery – 16th – 30th July 2019
A celebration of Man’s greatest feat of exploration, “Lunar 50” was the first solo exhibition by FASE, and displayed an exclusive collection of photographic prints drawn from the Fairley Archive, many of them presented for the first time.
The exhibition also displayed the archive’s unique collection of signed astronaut photographs, each presented with their mission badges and details of the missions themselves. Other archive material displayed included first day newspaper covers, and a rolling display of archive transparencies – direct from NASA – of some of the most dramatic images of the twentieth century.
For further details visit: https://awaveofdreams.com/review-of-lunar-50-in-hastings-independent/
“MoonBug – the Last of Apollo – Johnson Space Center, Houston
17th November 2012 – 7th January 2013
FASE artefacts and photography also participated in the exhibition of work by collaborators Steve Pyke and Nichola Bruce at the heart of the NASA space program, the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Independent Photographer’s Gallery – Battle, East Sussex
4th July – 15th August 2009
Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the lunar surface, “Man on the Moon” was not only the first exhibition photography from the Fairley Archive of Space Exploration (FASE), but also its first collaboration with leading photographer Steve Pyke MBE, and the award-winning documentary film-maker Nichola Bruce.
Steve Pyke’s photographic essay – “Astronauts” – captured many of man’s most celebrated pioneers in frank, revealing portraits typical of this prolific photographer’s unique style.
Previewing at the exhibition, filmmaker Nichola Bruce’s fascinating “MoonBug” documentary chronicled Pyke’s quest as he sets out to photograph his boyhood heroes. The film went on to win the Special Jury Prize at the Houston International Film Festival.