Established in 2012, the Gallery exhibits a stunning collection of contemporary fine art photography specialising in landscape, wildlife and marine photography. We hold several exhibitions throughout the year, showcasing well known artists alongside emerging new talent. We are proud to be at the centre of a flourishing photographic community on the South Coast.
We have worked with businesses across the world in purchasing original artwork for their public and private spaces. We are happy to do this remotely or in person. We can ship within the UK and overseas. For further information about the gallery, artists or exhibitions please contact a member of the team at email@example.com or by phone on 01243 681271.
"Bosham Gallery is about giving people the opportunity to enjoy world class photography in a beautiful, peaceful setting. We want visitors to experience viewing the natural world from within it." Luke Whitaker
Nestled on the waterfront in a picturesque coastal village within Chichester Harbour, Bosham Gallery is a special place to visit and enjoy world class photography, against the backdrop of an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Established in 2012, the Gallery is home to some of the finest landscape and wildlife photographers in the world, including Steve Bloom, Charlie Waite and Michael Kenna. Enjoying six exhibitions throughout the year, visitors can view and purchase a range of artwork which celebrates the natural world through the medium of fine art photography.
Gallery Owner and photographer Luke Whitaker restored the space so that visitors can enjoy viewing the art in a unique, natural setting away from the city. Bosham is famous for its exquisite light and wildlife, both of which can be seen from within the Gallery space and experienced through Luke's own stunning collection, which is available to view on request.
In 2018 The Gallery published a series of restored photographs of Bosham portraying its historic past and tracing its social story during the 19th and 20th centuries. This archive represents not only a valuable historical study, but also captures the beauty of historic black and white photographs which, once painstakingly restored, create fascinating and beautiful art.