The gallery closed at Long Lane and the office was relocated to Kennington. The new studio was set up in Bow and for the first time it was based on the ground floor! A new showing space will be ready in 2016.
The gallery added ART14 to the list of fairs it attends, others include the London Art Fair, the London Original Print Fair and the IFPDA Print Fair in New York.
Tim Mara's prints were put on permanent display at the gallery.
The company relocated to the ground floor and basement of 32 Long Lane, London, SE1.
Advanced Graphics London joined the International Fine Print Dealers Association.
The website was launched, designed by Emma Ridgway and Fay Davey.
Advanced Graphics London's first gallery opened dedicated to showing the work produced by the studio.
Louise Peck joined the studio and became a partner in 1997.
Chris Betambeau died.
Cameron Lindo joined the studio.
Moved to Deptford and a woodblock press was installed at the studio. The development of woodblocking techniques combined with heavily screenprinted layers, has become a trademark of Advanced Graphics' publications.
Moved to Shand Street.
Moved to Abbots Lane.
Advanced Graphics produced their first own publication, Albert Irvin's screenprint, 'Tooley'.
Bob Saich joined Advanced Graphics and became a partner in 1977.
Moved to Tooley Street. Chris either worked directly with artists or for artists commissioned by galleries and publishers.