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 April 2019

Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London April 2019 In short, there is a lot to see in London’s galleries this Easter. We have added three shows to the weekly updated list of Photography Exhibitions London April First there is a display of William Eggleston work at David Zwirner gallery in Mayfair. That follows on from the spectacular Eggleston show at the National Portrait Gallery a few years ago. Meanwhile in Chelsea, Michael Hoppen gallery present more than 15 works by British photographer Fergus Greer. the works come from the Looks series of photographs made of the late designer and performer Leigh Bowery. Finally, the Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition is back at Somerset House. This year there are more than 800 images to see spread over galleries in two wings at Somerset House. While those exhibitions are just starting, a couple are coming to an end. More specifically, Exposed, featuring rediscovered works by a Victorian eccentric is closing at soon at Stories gallery. Also worthy of a mention Tom Lovelace: Interval at Flowers Gallery. Finally the free and exciting Hanna Moon & Joyce Ng show at Somerset House is drawing to an end. There are details further below about […]

Photography Exhibitions London April 2019

Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London April 2019 We add three new shows to the list of Photography Exhibitions in London April 2019. Firstly, we have the Accumulate pop-up exhibition in Shoreditch. Then there is work by a eccentric Victorian at a new gallery in Mayfair. Finally photographs of the vibrant nightlife from Burkina Faso’s second city by Ibrahima Sanlé Sory. That last exhibition, Peuple de la Nuit, runs at David Hill Gallery in Ladbroke Grove. Meanwhile Accumulate: Youth Culture, which feature art made by young, homeless people over 15 workshops runs at the Autograph gallery. While those exhibitions are just started, there are a few exhibitions by well-established, and much loved photographers in London right now. To begin with, Martin Parr’s show continues at the National Portrait Gallery. Meanwhile, across the river, on the Southbank, the Hayward Gallery hosts the first London Diane Arbus retrospective in twelve years. Also there are currently two Don McCullin shows running one, also on the South Bank and the other at Hamiltons in Mayfair. Photography Exhibitions London April 2019 Closing Soon Note that some exhibitions are coming to an end, especially Andy Warhol: Polaroid pictures, at the new Bastian exhibition space in […]

Photography Exhibitions London April 2019

Pop by 'n say hi!Photography Exhibitions London April 2019 With April just about to start, another month of exciting photography exhibitions in London is upon us! This week we add a Günther Förg exhibition in addition to the annual Carmignac Photojournalism award. German artist Günther Förg has his painting as well as photography exhibition at the new Galerie Max Hetzler London gallery space. That is in Mayfair, meanwhile in Chelsea, the Carmgnac Photojournalism Award runs at the Saatchi Gallery. Note that some exhibitions are coming to an end, especially Renewal at the Imperial War Museum which coincides with the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice. Also ending soon are the Harry Callahan exhibition and David Bailey. Harry Callahan runs and Huxley-Parlour gallery, while David Bailey: The Sixties runs as Gasgonian. Also worth noting, the Don McCullin exhibition at Hamiltons gallery has been extended. There are details further below about these and the other London photography exhibitions this April. 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 […]

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 […]