Alan Cristea has been a central figure in British print publishing for four decades. In 1994, after many years with Waddington Galleries, he founded the gallery that bears his name, which has presented major exhibitions of modern and contemporary prints from Pablo Picasso to Richard Hamilton to Julian Opie. The gallery recently relocated from Cork Street to Pall Mall.
Paul Coldwell I wonder if we could start by setting the scene of you arriving in Cork Street as a young man? Alan Cristea I remember exactly—it was November 1972. But for three years previous to that I had worked at Marlborough Fine Art Read More