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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 Black British women. Black photographer, Joy Gregory, captured the five portraits. Alongside the photographs of the five women, who include Dame Linda Dobbs DBE together with Baroness Doreen Lawrence OBE, are written profiles and audio recordings. The other three black women featured are Maggie Alderin-Pocock MBE and Margaret Casley-Hayforn CBE as well as Shirley Thompson OBE.

Black Cultural Archives is on Windrush Square in Brixton although it is currently closed as the spaces are made Covid Secure.

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Unquiet Moments: Capturing the Everyday

MA Curating the Art Museum: Unquiet Moments: Capturing the Everyday

Unquiet Moments captures small wonders as well as disappointments through the medium of the everyday objects. This online exhibition hosted by the Courtauld Institute of Art is split into three rooms. These are Visual Diaries and Family Albums and Community Portraits. Finally the last room is Traces of Loss. Undeniably, with the lockdown fresh in memory, the images carry some poignancy.

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Black in America

See in Black is a collective of Black photographers set up in the wake of the sad deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and David McAtee amongst others. Black in America is a curated, online gallery of photographs by Black photographers. You can buy prints up to the 3rd of July to support causes which align with the collective’s vision. Partners who will benefit from sales include the Know Your Rights Camp together with Youth Empowerment Project.

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Some Good Online Photography Art Exhibitions on Now

James Barnor: Ever Young

Rather than an online exhibition this is a free downloadable newspaper from Autograph ABP, showcasing James Barnor’s work. You do not need to enter any personal details to download the PDF. The newspaper is published to celebrate the Ghanian photographer’s 91st birthday. It reflects on how over his six-decade career he mirrored the transition in Ghana to a cosmopolitan, multicultural metropolis. As well as work from Ghana, you can see work made after his move to London in the 1960s. Included is a capture of none less than Mohammad Ali training at Earls Court in London.

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Bodily Objects

Richard Saltoun gallery brings together photographic as well as collage and sculptural work from four female artists. Featured are Penny Slinger, Rose English, Renate Bertlmann together with Helen Chadwick. The works assembled around the theme of Bodily Objects explore surrealism, sexuality and subversion.

Richard Saltoun is in Dover Street in Mayfair and is open by appointment only, until further notice.

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Some Good Online Photography Art Exhibitions on Now

Sohei Nishino

Even so far back as 2011, Sohei Nishino was recognised as a rising gem of Japanese photography. He is especially well known for his epic work. As an example he took 10,000 photographs for a work shown at Michael Hoppen gallery in 2011. From those captured, 4,000 were hand-printed and composited into an huge photographic map. This latest Michael Hoppen exhibition presents Nishino’s new work as well as early Diorama maps.

The Michael Hoppen Gallery is in Chelsea, West London. They are renowned for nurturing new and interesting artists. The gallery represents various genres, for example, a recent exhibition featured work by British fashion photographer Tim Walker.

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Photograd Online Gallery

Photograd Launch Video

In essence, Photograd platform documents the journey of photography graduates, in Britain. Their online gallery is updated on a regular basis, unlike some other galleries featured here. A number of photographers and work in a wide range of styles is represented at any time.

Photograd are currently trying to get funding for their 2020 virtual degree show. Go to their funding site if you are able to contribute at this time. It is also worth following the Photograd Instagram feed. Doing so, you can stay up-to-date on this fantastic treasure trove of work from UK photography graduates.

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Lorna Simpson: Give me some Moments


Hauser & Wirth: Lorna Simpson: In The Studio

Lorna Simpson is certainly towards the top of the list of America’s most defiant conceptual artists. Her refined and impassioned work resulted in Vogue identifying her as one of the most compelling photography-based artists. Her work poses questions on representing identity, gender and race; equally important topics currently at the fore. In light of this, Give me some Moments is a series of collages, splicing architectural features with animals and natural elements. The work is a reflection on the fragmentation present in modern society.

Although founded in Switzerland, Hauser and Wirth have galleries in both both urban and rural settings around the globe. They have built a reputation for dedication to artists and supporting of visionary artistic projects.

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Some Good Online Photography Art Exhibitions on Now

Newborn Awakening

Born Awakening is well-suited to current circumstances, in particular because is a journey for a time of isolation and reflection. In brief, this is a group exhibition of artists represented by MMX. Showcased, amongst others, is the work of Dan Wood and Michael Jackson as well as Brian Griffin and Valda Bailey.

MMX Gallery is in New Cross, East London, not so far from the Overground station. It was founded in a Victorian building, formerly a photography studio. They exhibit new and established photographic artists.

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Palm* Photo Prize 2020

The Palm* Photo Prize is open to photographers working in all disciplines. Earlier, in 2018, the exhibition was hosted at House of Vans in London. This year however, the online exhibition features a fantastic set of short-listed work from around the world. All profits of prints go directly to the artists.

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Some Good Online Photography Art Exhibitions on Now

To sum up, that’s it for this piece on online art photography displays. In light of the current situation, I am pausing the regular London Photography Exhibitions post. Do however look out for other relevant pieces on the blog page.

We post regularly on London Photography Exhibitions and a wide range of topics besides, from travel to healthy living. Of course, we feature jfFrank photos in each post. Have a look through our galleries and further posts to find out more about us and our work. You can always find the latest posts on the jfFrank: Latest Page, for example. The site also features photo galleries on four themes, namely: Memories, Moments, Escapes & Places.

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