DAM Gallery

Welcome to DAM Gallery's special exhibitions of our award-winning artists and photographers work. You can purchase limited-edition, designer prints of these evocative pictures exclusively at Design & Art Magazine.

Our latest exhibition Master of Light: Victor Horta shows the work of the avant-garde Art Nouveau architect and his beautiful designs in Brussels, much of it found in private buildings, not open to the public. These pictures were specially shot in Belgium by our Paris Correspondent Elli Ioannou who is a professional photographer, video artist and lecturer. Click here to see the full story.

There are two standard limited-edition, print sizes and prices (see below) or you can request a quote for large custom sizes and specialist framing, please email us. *All prices include shipping. 



The soaring, octagonal atrium on slim pillars topped by a cupola with stained glass palm leaves, lighting up the centre of Victor Horta's Maison Van Eetveld, built in 1897 in Brussels.

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The Horta-Lambeaux Pavilion in Brussels created between 1891-97 to house the dramatic Carrara marble relief by artist Jef Lambeaux. The colossal sculpture is twelve by eight metres high, composed of seventeen blocks of marble representing humanity’s pleasures and sins.

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The avant-garde Art Nouveau dining room in Victor Horta's own home and atelier in Brussels, designed between 1898-1901. The innovative use of white-enamelled tiles on the room's walls mixed with marble, sinous wood panels and glass leadlight had never been seen before in interior design.

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Shimmering glass doors with curling, dynamic biomorphic designs in iridescent turquoise and ochre created by Victor Horta especially for the dining room of the Maison Van Eetvelde in Brussels, built between 1895-97.

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Horta was a great innovator and one of the first designers to not only create the architecture of his buildings but design their interiors, from floor and wall coverings to furniture, light fittings and objets d'art. Here he created Art Nouveau chairs and a marble-topped table with a curvilinear sculpture of a dancer placed against his hand-painted walls and mosaic tiled floors for the Maison Van Eetvelde.

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The elegant dome of the stained glass cupola with its slender iron banisters and columns above the stairway designed by Victor Horta to bring light into the centre of the Maison Van Eetvelde in Brussels.

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The innovative suspended steel balconies of Horta's own townhouse in Brussels with their delightful, curling ironwork ~ like the stems of a plant ~ were using a technology that was very avant-garde in the late 19th Century and is still used in building today.

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The glorious whiplash curve of Horta's bronze door handles, created especially for his townhouse and atelier in Brussels in 1898. They were designed not only to look beautiful but to ergonomically fit the curve of your hand as you grasp the handle.

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The serpentine swirls of the glass mosaics in sage green and brilliant orange and red that Victor Horta designed for the floors of the Maison Van Eetvelde in Brussels in 1895.

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The sinuous, dynamic curve of the plant-like iron handrail at Horta's Maison Frison, designed for his friend lawyer Maurice Frison in 1894.

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Welcome to DAM Gallery's special exhibitions of our award-winning artists and photographers work. You can purchase limited-edition, designer prints of these beautiful pictures exclusively at Design & Art Magazine.

If haute couture is about imagination, fantasy and exploring the realms between fashion, art and theatre, Guo Pei's ebullient Legend show in Paris embodied it all. The diminutive couturier created an enthralling collection held in a French Gothic palace imbued with a richness and magic that only two years work and 500 artisans could bring to fruition. Click here to see the full story. Photography by Elli Ioannou.

There are two standard limited-edition, print sizes and prices (see below) or you can request a quote for larger custom sizes, please email us. *All prices include shipping. 



Walking the sparkling runway at Paris' 15th Century La Conciergerie palace. Gold Memory Gown made from silk, embroidery and crystals. Couture Swiss fabric house Jakob Schlaepfer took two years to weave the silken gold cloth. Spring/Summer 2017 Paris Haute Couture Collection.

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The extraordinary finale of the Legend fashion show in Paris under the gothic arches of a Renaissance palace. The gowns are all inspired by Guo Pei's interest in art, myth and history. Spring/Summer 2017 Paris Haute Couture Collection.

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Angel Gown made from layers of silk. Guo Pei was inspired by the baroque ceiling frescoes at St Gallen's Cathedral in Switzerland. Spring/Summer 2017 Paris Haute Couture Collection.

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Whimsical Cross Dress made from silk, gold foil and crystals. "Legends and fantasy have always been my source of inspiration, from the origins of mankind to creation myths," says Guo Pei. Spring/Summer 2017 Paris Haute Couture Collection.

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Elaborate Cross Dress at La Conciergerie Palace in Paris. The fairytale gown is made from silk, gold and crystals. "A part of my soul belongs to beautiful fantasies inspired by legends," says Guo Pei. Spring/Summer 2017 Paris Haute Couture Collection.

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The White Goddess gown was directly inspired by the baroque St Gallen's cathedral in Switzerland, gleaming with lustrous silk, embroidery and crystals. Spring/Summer 2017 Paris Haute Couture Collection.

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The Legend collection emerged from the shadowy half-lit, soaring stone arches of the medieval Salle des Gens d'Armes, built by King Philippe IV (1284–1314) in the heart of Paris. Spring/Summer 2017 Paris Haute Couture Collection.

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