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Photography Art Exhibitions London September 2020
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Art Exhibitions London September 2020 Photography Art exhibitions in London this September feature British talent as well as talent from around the world. British photographer Oli Kellet has his second solo exhibition at HackelBury gallery. There you can see work from his ongoing series Crossroads, shot in America. In Chelsea at the Michael Hoppen gallery, there is work by late Japanese photographer Fukase. In terms of online exhibitions, details of Bildhalle’s Thomas Hoepker portraits of Muhammad Ali and others are below. Speaking of Muhammad Ali, the Gordon Parks show continuos at Alison Jacques gallery in Fitzrovia. In addition to those exhibitions, the fantastic Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2020 continues at the Photographers’ Gallery. Note it will close shortly. Earlier this week, Mohamed Bourouissa was announced as the winner. More details on these art photography exhibitions in London this summer can be found further down the page. As well as this post we have a regularly updated London Photography Galleries list. That list compliments this post on Photography Art Exhibitions in London so is also worth a peek. It contains information such as opening times and maps for the London art photography exhibitions. Photography Art […]
Photography Art Exhibitions London August
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Art Exhibitions London August 2020 Photography art exhibitions in London this August include work at a new outdoor space at Kings Cross. As well as that show there is a display at Borough Market highlighting UK poverty. Further we have added an online exhibition of American photography at the Zurich based Fabian & Claude Walter gallery. That show, which can be accessed for free, with no need to enter personal details, presents work from favourite American artists such as Saul Leiter, Herb Ritts and Vivian Maier. Meanwhile the display at the huge new space at Kings Cross presents work exploring idealised image of modern everyday life by three photographers. Finally the important Joseph Rowntree Foundation display on poverty at Borough Market presents 20 photographs by Jillian Edelstein. In addition to those three exhibitions, the fantastic Masculinities display continues at the Barbican Centre in the City. Meanwhile, David Goldblatt’s Johannesburg exhibition continues at the Goodman Gallery. Finally the Waiting summer exhibition contines at South Kensington’s HackelBury gallery. More details on these art photography exhibitions in London this summer can be found further down the page. As well as this post we have a regularly updated London […]
Some good online photography art exhibitions on now
Pop by 'n say hi!Some Good Online Photography Art Exhibitions on Now Here is our updated list of some online photography art exhibitions worth seeing online now in light of the pandemic. With galleries reopening, we have also just updated the London Photography Exhibitions list of ten exhibitions you can visit. I hope at least one, but hopefully more, of the exhibitions in the list will suit your own tastes. Also that you are able to discover something new to you. I will be back soon with another post on exhibitions we can expect later this year. Do get in touch if you have seen some interesting exhibitions online worth including in a post update. My twitter handle is @jfFrankFoto. Please stay safe until the next time! This is a special post during the lock down, normally we post on art photography exhibitions worth visiting in person. Look out for such posts as the current situation changes. Breaking Barriers Breaking Barriers follows the first part of a three-year Black Cultural Archives project, started last year. That project — Stories of Black Leadership — above all, highlights the excellence present in Britain’s Black community. This online exhibit features portraits of pioneering […]
Photography Exhibitions London July 2020
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London July 2020 We are back with a list of photography exhibitions London July, 2020 worth a visit now the UK lockdown is easing. Especially, with Black Lives Matter front and centre over recent weeks, we thought it important to top the list with work by black artists. With this in mind, we have featured Khadija Saye, who tragically died in the Grenfell tower disaster three years ago. Another inclusion in the list is Gordon Parks. There is an exhibition of his work at Alison Jacques gallery, the first in London in 25 years. This is the first part of a two part Gordon Parks show at the Fitzrovia gallery, with the second part following later this year. As well as this post we have a regularly updated London Photography Galleries list. That list compliments this post on London Photography Exhibitions so is also worth a peek. It contains information such as opening times and maps for the London photography exhibitions. As well as those shows there is a major exhibition continuing at Barbican. This looks at how the concept of masculinity continues to evolve. Using photography and cinematography as media, it explores the […]
Photography Exhibitions London October 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London October 2019 October London photography exhibitions bring another wonderful Tim Walker exhibition. This new one is at Chelsea’s Michael Hoppen gallery and focuses on the artist’s portrait work. Meanwhile the V&A Tim Walker show continues in South Kensington. There is an altogether different free display on now at the Barbican Centre. Trevor Paglen: From ‘Apple’ to ‘Anomaly’ takes images from the 10-year old ImageNet library. It prompts questions on hidden politics, bias and stereotypes in AI. Last week we added the new Shot in Soho display at The Photographers’ Gallery. That show, which features William Klein works continues until early next year. The other William Klein show at HackelBury in South Kensington is coming to an end soon however. Also ending soon is Fall into Golden Light in New Cross as well as Nan Goldin. The Nan Goldin display is at the Tate Modern. More details on these photography exhibitions in London October 2019 can be found further down the page. As well as this post we have a regularly updated London Photography Galleries list. That list compliments this post on London Photography Exhibitions so is also worth a peek. It contains information […]
Photography Exhibitions London September 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London September 2019 Photography exhibitions in London this September feature a palette of rich and opulent blues, gold gilding and dark blacks in a new show. The much anticipated Lina Iris Viktor free display has just opened at Autograph in Shoreditch. Meanwhile in Mayfair, another new show has just opened. That is at Hamiltons and features the one-time most sought after photographer in the world. Richard Avedon: Portraits includes work from two quite rare portfolios from Richard Avedon’s oeuvre. While some exhibitions are just starting, others are about to end. More specifically, this weekend is the last opportunity to catch the Cindy Sherman retrospective at the National Portrait Gallery. There are more details on that show, including exact dates further down this post. Meanwhile work by South Africans, Berni Searle work and Thabiso Sekgala can still be seen at Richard Saltoun and the Hayward Gallery. The Saltoun show also includes work from a South African fine artist. The group exhibition Urban Impulses: Latin American Photography from 1959 to 2016 continues in Soho at the Photographers’ Gallery. You can also catch some emerging talent at the Photographers’ Gallery this September. The TNT is open until […]
Photography Exhibitions London August 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London August 2019 There is so much photography to see in London this August and much variety too. Take for example the TPG New Talent exhibition at the Photographers’ gallery in Soho. At that one display you can see documentary and experimental as well as much in between. Meanwhile in St James’ there is conceptual work from Canadian artist Jeff Wall. That show is at the White Cube gallery. As well as those exhibitions which still have some time time run, there is a last chance to catch a few others. One such show is Neil Kenlock’s Lost Legacies, which documents the British Black Panther movement. Another display closing soon is the Civil Right photographer Ernest C. Withers work at Michael Hoppen. Also closing soon, Ghanaian-Russian artist Liz Johnson Artur’s show at the South London Gallery is coming into its last few days. Finally, the group exhibition featuring nine female photographers at Flowers in Hoxton will also end soon. More details further down the page on these photography exhibitions in London August 2019. By the way don’t forget the Cindy Sherman exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. There is a look at her work […]
Photography Exhibitions London July 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London July 2019 Our summer photography exhibitions list has been updated and now includes work from revolutionary Latin American photographer Manuel Álvarez Bravo. While Mexican photographer Manuel Álvarez Bravo’s work is on show at the Photographers’ Gallery, Michael Hoppen presents Ernest Withers work. In brief, Michael Hoppen present iconic silver gelatin Withers prints from the Civil Rights movement. Also on this summer, there landscape photography from nine female photographers at Flowers Gallery. Meanwhile in Mayfair the is Terrence Donovan at Huxley-Parlour (closing soon) and Lászlo Moholy-Nagy at Hauswer & Wirth. Besides those two central London displays there is also the Cindy Sherman show at the National Portrait Gallery. As well as this post we have a regularly updated London Photography Galleries list. That list compliments this post on London Photography Exhibitions so is also worth a peek. It contains information such as opening times and maps for the London photography exhibitions. Photography Exhibitions London July 2019 Manuel Álvarez Bravo: Photopoetry Manuel Álvarez Bravo, is one of the most revolutionary Latin American photographers. He was self-taught, though later taught photography. Álvarez Bravo knew Edward Weston and was, in fact, encouraged in a letter from the […]
Photography Exhibitions London June 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London June 2019 Photography exhibitions in London this June include the new Cindy Sherman show. That show has just opened at the National Portrait Gallery in St. Martins Place. Another female American photographer, Nan Goldin, features in a free display at Tate Modern. Women are the focus of the exhibition of celebrated Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf. Hamiltons host the exhibition, celebrating their long collaboration with Olaf as well as his 60th birthday. Note that some photography exhibitions in London are closing soon. This includes the RA Schools 2019 Shows which close this weekend. Also closing this weekend is the display by Magnum photographer Chris Steele-Perkins at the Photographers’ Gallery Print Sales Gallery. London Photography Exhibitions 2019 We also have a post listing ten exciting upcoming photography exhibitions in London for 2019 as well as this weekly update on current London exhibitions. Although some of those shows in the other post are yet to start, we include ten current exciting photography exhibitions open now in London in this post. Take a look at the regularly updated London Photography Galleries list as well. That list compliments this post on London Photography Exhibitions. It contains information such […]
Photography Exhibitions London May 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London May 2019 Photography Exhibitions in London May 2019 include intricate collage processes, dreamscapes, street photography and an awards show. The collage photography is from the Dutch photographer Ruud Van Empel. He has a display at Huxley-Parlour in Mayfair, which features work from two recent projects: Floresta Negra as well as Voyage Pittoresque. Meanwhile at Flowers Gallery on Kingsland Road, you can see dreamscapes from Esther Teichmann. Irish street photographer Eamonn Doyle, meanwhile has a show spread over two floors of the Michael Hoppen gallery in Chelsea. Besides these three shows, we have also added the AOP Photography Award to the list. That show is on now at Canary Wharf. The fifth Photo London exhibition is just a week away now. The public program will include Vivian Mayer and Stephen Shore as well as Eamonn Doyle. Before that note that the last chance to see the Don McCullin exhibition at Hamiltons Gallery will be this weekend. More details further down the page on this show. London Photography Exhibitions 2019 We also have a post listing ten exciting upcoming photography exhibitions in London for 2019 as well as this weekly update on current London exhibitions. […]
Photography Exhibitions London April 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London April 2019 The quality of photography exhibitions in London continues to rise as we draw towards the end of April. With Photo London less than a month away now, we are in crescendo-mode, approaching one of the highlights of the annual London photography calendar. That is not to say that there is nothing interesting to see right now from our favourite established and emerging photographers. On the contrary, an exhibition featuring Magnum photographer Ara Güler at the Saatchi Gallery has just opened. Meanwhile Matthew Joseph highlights an interesting cause. That is is a pop up exhibition at the Oxo Gallery on the South Back. Back in Soho you can see work from the important American documentary and street photographer Dave Heath. So far we have only mentioned London photography exhibitions just added to the list, this week. In addition to those, there are some important exhibitions coming to an end. This will be the last weekend to see Tom Lovelace’s Interval at Flowers Gallery. Also English as a Second Language at Somerset House is also closing this weekend. Meanwhile the Diane Arbus and Don McCullin photography exhibitions in London, both on the South […]
Photography Exhibitions London March 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London March 2019 So far 2019, has already seen some fantastic photography exhibitions in London. In the same fashion there is much to see as March draws to an end. In particular, we have added the new Harry Callahan show and also Alys Tomlinson. Alys Tomlinson won photographer of the year at last year’s Sony World Photography Organisation Awards. That winning series is set to be published in a book as well as being on display now at HackelButy in South Kensington. The Harry Callahan exhibition, meanwhile, is on at Huxley-Parlour in Mayfair. As well as those two mentioned shows, there is the Martin Parr show at the National Portrait Gallery and Diane Arbus: In the Beginning. The Arbus exhibition is on at the Hayward Gallery on the South Bank. Also, Rose English: Form, Feminisms, Femininities continues at Richard Saltoun. Finally, we should mention the two Don McCullin exhibitions timed to run at the same time. More details further down the page on these photography exhibitions in London March 2019. We also have a post listing ten exciting upcoming photography exhibitions in London for 2019 as well as this weekly update on current London […]
Photography Exhibitions London February 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London February 2019 To end February, photography exhibitions in London include a new Tom Lovelace display. British artist – Lovelace – works at the intersection between photography, sculpture and also performance. Flowers present an interesting display of recent work exploring the boundaries between the permanent and ephemeral. Meanwhile legendary sports photographer, Gerry Cranham’s, exhibition continues at Michael Hoppen Gallery. Also from a British photographer, there is the This Empty World show at Waddington Custot. That display, featuring Nick Brandt work is open until 7th March. Diane Arbus: In the Beginning is still on at the Hayward Gallery. Also, the two Don McCullin shows at Hamiltons and Tate Modern continue. There is also the interesting show by celebrated British landscape photographer, Jem Southam. Jem Southam: The Long White Cloud is on now at the newly expanded Huxley Parlour in Mayfair. Also in Mayfair, there is the Andy Warhol: Polaroid Pictures and David Bailey: The Sixties. Read on, further below, for full details of all of these shows. We also have a post listing ten exciting upcoming photography exhibitions in London for 2019 as well as this weekly update on current London exhibitions. Although some of […]
Photography Exhibitions London January 2019
Pop by 'n say hi!London Photography Exhibitions January 2019 Photography Exhibitions London January 2019 bring female photographers to the spotlight with no fewer than three shows showcasing female photographers. In detail, feminist artist Alexis Hunter is featured at Goldsmiths CCA in New Cross. Meanwhile at the Tate Modern, on the South Bank, there is Feminism and Media. At Somerset House, the free Charles Russell Speechlys Terrace Rooms Series continues.  The latest instalment features fashion photographers Hanna Moon and Joyce Ng.  Together they explore an impression on Western conceptions of beauty. Some Photography exhibitions in January 2019 are ending soon. Included in the list of displays coming to an end is Ansel Adams: Landscapes of the American West. That display at the Atlas gallery features some of the most recognised work from America’s most famous landscape photographer and environmentalist. Read on for further details on these as well as other. We have post listing ten exciting upcoming photography exhibitions in London for 2019 as well as this weekly update on current London exhibitions. Take a look at the regularly updated London Photography Galleries list as well. That list compliments this post on London Photography Exhibitions. It contains information such as opening […]