Irish artist (living in London), David Anthony Hall, photographs large format panoramic landscapes. His work often measures up to nine feet in width and is hung in large-scale public spaces. In an attempt to showcase his work in a more traditional and human scale, David has launched his own gallery. The 1:50 Gallery (as in One to Fifty) is the result. It has the unique and enviable advantage of being visited and enjoyed by anyone anywhere through their own computer screen. Go here for a look.
Possibly the world smallest gallery at less than two cubic feet in size, David's "solo show" examines the relationship between the internet and large-scale art; in particular, how to show 9' prints on a 17" screen.
For me, it gives new meaning to the term "White Cube".
For more on the making of the 1:50 Gallery and David's artwork, take a look at this video (it's less than 2 minutes):