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 […]

Photography Exhibitions London 2019

Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London 2019 Following on from 2018, photography exhibitions London 2019 have a tough act to follow. That said, though, 2019 looks very promising. As well as the usual annual favourites such as Photo London and Photomonth, like in 2018, there is some fantastic choice. Cindy Sherman and Diane Arbus feature in major exhibitions. It is not just about international photographers though. There are important retrospectives from British photographers Martin Parr and Sir Don McCullin as well as new work from Jem Southam. There are displays of documentary and conceptual photography together with photojournalism and war photography. Not forgetting landscape photography nor anthropological work; the range of work to see in 2019 is huge. Diane Arbus work comes to the Hayward Gallery in May but that’s not before Martin Parr’s Only Human show at the National Portrait Gallery. As well as the Martin Parr exhibition, later in the year, you can see Cindy Sherman at the National Portrait Galley. There are two Sir Don McCullin exhibitions; at Tate Britain and Hamiltons Gallery. February sees the reopening of Huxley-Parlour gallery with a show by British landscape photographer Jem Southam. Read on for details on each of […]

Happy New Year 2019!

Pop by 'n say hi!Happy New Year 2019! Happy New Year 2019! So may the New Year be a happy one to you, happy to many more whose happiness depends on you! So may each year be happier than the last, and not the meanest of our brethren or sisterhood debarred their rightful share, in what our Great Creator formed them to Enjoy – Charles Dickens. Wishing you every happiness for 2019! Happy New Year! Black and white capture of steps on Waterloo Bridge with Ilford HP5 35 mm film. About us We post regularly on Photo Exhibitions in London and a wide range of topics. Topics range from to travel and healthy living as well as photography. Of course, we feature jfFrank photos in each post. Have a look through our galleries and other posts to find out more about us and our work. You can always find the latest posts here, for example. The site features photo galleries on four themes, namely: Memories, Moments, Escapes & Places. Pop by ‘n say hi! Leave comments and feedback further down below. By all means, follow follow us on twitter: @jfFrankFoto to receive updates frequently. Also, you can see more on […]

Merry Christmas 2018

Pop by 'n say hi!Merry Christmas 2018! Wishing you, your family and friends a very merry Christmas 2018. Also hope all your dreams and wishes for 2019 are realised! Black and white capture of St. James’s Church Piccadilly made earlier in the year on Ilford HP5 35 mm film. About us We post regularly on Photo Exhibitions in London and a wide range of topics. Topics range from to travel and healthy living as well as photography. Of course, we feature jfFrank photos in each post. Have a look through our galleries and other posts to find out more about us and our work. You can always find the latest posts here, for example. The site features photo galleries on four themes, namely: Memories, Moments, Escapes & Places. Pop by ‘n say hi! Leave comments and feedback further down below. By all means, follow follow us on twitter: @jfFrankFoto to receive updates frequently. Also, you can see more on Instagram. We endeavour to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in all our web pages. Despite this the content is naturally subject to change and we cannot guarantee its accuracy or currency. We reserve the right to make changes to […]

10 London Department Stores

Pop by 'n say hi!10 London Department Stores With Christmas just a week away, we take a quick look at 10 London department stores.  With some of them being so historic, it seems a good time to visit.  That’s not just because it is Christmas, but also because in recent years, department stores have been failing and closing.  Debenhams (featured in our list of 10 London department stores) which traces its history back to 1778 London has raised fears with poor sales figures recently.  Another favourite, House of Fraser was sold as part of a £90 million rescue deal earlier in the year. It is not just department stores, retail sales have been sliding recently with consumers tightening belts.  Their major concern seems to be growing Brexit uncertainty.  This has affected online retailers as well as traditional ones.  Rising costs and online competition are affecting UK, traditional, brick-and-mortar retailers though. The conclusion is it might be worth getting into historic department stores while you still can as their future may be uncertain.  Here is a list of 10 London department stores and what they are known for.  We have included names of nearby photography galleries as no visit to central […]

Trafalgar Square London

Pop by 'n say hi!Trafalgar Square London Trafalgar Square London sits near the top of anyone’s checklist on a sightseeing visit to London, together with Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and the London Eye.  Although the square has a lot of history itself; it is not just historic nationally, it also features in photography history.  Henry Fox Talbot, the father of the negative-positive photography process took photographs of Trafalgar Square while it was being constructed in April 1844.  Fox Talbot invented the negative-positive process which was the first to allow multiple copies to be made from a single photographic image.  This was probably one the first photographs ever made. Today Trafalgar Square is a major magnet for tourists.  While you can always just take pictures around the fountains, there are some interesting features around the square.   On the square you have Nelson’s column and various plinths and statues, including the so-called Fourth Plinth.  The Fourth Plinth sat empty for years before becoming probably the most famous public art commission in the world.  Behind the Fourth Plinth is the National Gallery and on an adjacent side you will find St. Martin in the Fields church. Nelson’s Column Nelson’s Column commemorates Admiral […]