Events and Exhibitions
Past Events and Exhibitions
Christiane Monarchi, editor of online magazine Photomonitor, curates this year's instalment of Photo50. Entitled ‘Gravitas’, the exhibition offers a window into the world of adults-in-waiting through the lens of 13 artists.
Photography Focus Day takes place at London Art Fair 2017 on Wednesday 18 January with guided tours, artist talks and panel discussions exploring contemporary photographic practice.
A five-day photographic convention and trade show held in London.
This exhibition is taken from Peter Kennard’s book @earth and looks in detail – and without words - at many of the ways in which our planet and its people are threatened.
To coincide with what would have been the 70th birthday of the iconic American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, Alison Jacques has invited acclaimed UK-based, German-born photographer Juergen Teller to curate an exhibition of Mapplethorpe's work.
David Zwirner Gallery is showing an exhibition of new works by Thomas Ruff from his press++ series. This will be the artist’s first show with the gallery in London, and his ninth overall with David Zwirner.
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In its seventh year, the Annual show is one not to miss. Around fifty artists including Mick Williamson, Susan Andrews, James Russell Cant, Ania Dabrowska, Fiona Yaron-Field, David George, Spencer Rowell, Sonia Lenzi and Richard Ansett represent the diverse and exceptional photography Uncertain States champions.
Uncertain States Open Call 2016
Erwin Blumenfeld was a pioneering photographer born in Germany. He was best known for his fashion photography published in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar in the 1940s and 1950s. The exhibition explores how Blumenfeld’s Dadaist collages informed his experimental fashion photography. Featuring original black and white silver gelatin prints, collages, drawings and personal ephemera, this exhibition delves into the early beginnings of Blumenfeld’s pioneering technique.