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 March 2019

Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London March 2019 Unquestionably, a must see this March is the new Martin Parr exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. Another recently opened display is Rose English: Form, Feminisms, Femininities at Richard Saltoun. The Martin Parr show, Only Human, is a major exhibition for which Martin Parr explores his favourite subject, that is, People. More details further down the page on these photography exhibitions in London March 2019. In addition to those two new exhibitions, two other big shows continue. In brief, those are Diane Arbus: In the Beginning and Don McCullin. Diane Arbus is at the Hayward Gallery on the South Bank, while Don McCullin is at Tate Britain in Pimlico. There is another Don McCullin show running, this time in Mayfair, at Hamiltons. As well as those bigger exhibitions, Tom Lovelace at Flowers and Gerry Cranham at Michael Hoppen are also worth a visit. Finally fashion photographers Hanna Moon and Joyce Ng continue their free exhibition at Somerset House. 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 […]

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 February 2019

Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London February 2019 For Photography exhibitions London February 2019 we add a show celebrating the half-a-century career of sports photographer Gerry Cranham. We also add work from another British photographer: Nick Brandt. Nick Brandt: This Empty World reflects on the ecological as well as environmental degradation of parts of East Africa. That display is at Waddington Custot in Mayfair. Meanwhile in Chelsea, Michael Hoppen explore the pioneering career of Gerry Cranham. 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 those shows in the other post are yet to start, we include ten current […]

Photography Exhibitions London February 2019

Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London February 2019 It has to be Valentines Day as you can’t help but fall in love with the photography exhibitions London February 2019. We have added shows by Diane Arbus, Andy Warhol and David Bailey as well as Jem Southam. Jem Southam is probably the most important British landscape photographer working today. As well as those four shows, we have also added the new Maryam Eisler show at Tristan Hoare. Note that some shows including the Ulay display are ending soon. Richard Saltoun in Mayfair present Ulay which calls attention to the marginalised individual and tackles nationalism and racism as well as inequality. Read on 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 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 as […]

Photography Exhibitions London February 2019

Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London February 2019 Photography Exhibitions London February 2019 sees a second Don McCullin show open. Both shows help to demonstrate a lifetime of achievement by perhaps the greatest documentary photographer of our time. The latest exhibition, Don McCullin, is at Tate Britain while another opened last week at Hamiltons in Mayfair. Meanwhile in Soho, Hauser & Wirth present Zoe Leonard: Aerials. That show is ending soon, read on for further details below on Aerials. We 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. Read on below for full details of all shows, though in particular, there is the free display at Somerset House by two fashion photographers. Hanna Moon as well as Joyce Ng have roots in the Asia Pacific region and present a take on Western conceptions of beauty. See further information below. Take a look at the regularly updated London Photography Galleries list as well. That list compliments this post […]

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 […]

London Photography Exhibitions December 2018

Pop by 'n say hi!London Photography Exhibitions December 2018 As this is out last update before the Christmas break, first of all, before getting into this London Photography Exhibitions December 2018 post, we would like to wish all of our regular readers a restful break over the Christmas period and a joyful and prosperous 2019.  We will be back with regular weekly updates in January and there will be some other posts in the interim. To finish the year we add an exhibition currently running at the Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace.  That display is the first exhibition to focus pioneering photographs by Sir Roger Fenton.  This images from the Crimean war were taken when  photography was still in its infancy.  A time hard to image now, with images ubiquitous in modern lives. As well as that exhibition there are continuing exhibitions at Atlas Gallery, Flowers Gallery and No 20 Arts.  These three displays can loosely considered to be related by the theme of our relationship with the planet and its environment.  There is more on these as well as other exhibitions below. Huxley-Parlour Gallery Renovation Be sure to check opening times before visiting galleries over the Christmas break.  Note […]

London Photography Exhibitions December 2018

Pop by 'n say hi!London Photography Exhibitions December 2018 Photography Exhibitions in London this December remind us of our environment.  With topics such as single use plastics in focus at the moment, this seems a great time for these shows.   Untouched landscapes, in Ansel Adams photographs, as well as a look at ‘civilisation’ feature this week.  The Ansel Adams show is on at the Atlas Gallery in Marylebone.  Meanwhile, further East at the Flowers gallery,  there is a study of Art Photography’s fascination with the way we live.  The show is inspired, in particular, by the recent release of a new book by renowned curators.  Additionally, on a similar theme, Rosie Snell’s Outliers show runs at No 20 Arts in Islington. Michael Hoppen gallery in Chelsea show rare Bill Brandt work while in South Kensington you can catch Oli Kellet’s show.  That show, Cross Road Blues, runs at HackelBury Fine Art. There is also an interesting free display at Somerset House.  That show  features photographs as well as drawings and sculpture by South African artist Athi-Patra Ruga.   Finally, the Miles Aldridge and Todd Hido show at Huxley-Parlour gallery will end soon.  Read on for further details on these […]