Thursday 9 May 2019

Somerset House - Photo London opens next week

Photo London 2019 returns to Somerset House

Photo London 2019
Opening next week

“The UK photography event of the year” (Guardian) returns to Somerset House next week with its biggest edition to date, showcasing the very best of the past, present and future of photography with over 100 of the world’s leading galleries. Discover some of the key highlights on our Blog, which guides you through the galleries, artists and an exceptional public programme of talks. 
Photo London 2019 is the place to discover emerging artists, new work by established masters as well as gems from the dawn of photography. This year there's an expanded range of ticket packages and exclusive offers for Photo London visitors to make the most of the fair, including talks and weekend passes, a lunch at The Delaunay and ticket plus catalogue packages. Book now and join us at Somerset House for a highlight of the photo year.  

16 - 19 MAY 2019

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Photo London Talks

Sebastião Salgado, Gold: Serra Pelada Mine, 2019
This year’s speakers have been selected by writer and curator William A Ewing, featuring artists such as Stephen ShoreMartin ParrHans Ulrich Obrist, Susan MeiselasEd Templeton and Sebastião Salgado has just been added to the line-up. 

16 - 19 MAY

Photo London
Public Programme

Clockwise: Vivian Maier, Eamonn Doyle, Roger Fenton, Josh Haner/The New York Times
A select group of participants have created special projects for this year’s fair as part of the Public Programme, supported by the Luma Foundation. Leading British artist Gavin Turk's giant bronze egg sculpture on the River Terrace inspires visitors to contribute their own images, while Howard Greenberg Gallery showcases the most comprehensive selection of works to be seen in the UK by the iconic American street photographer Vivian Maier
Look out too for essential works by war photographer Roger Fenton, and Irish photographer, electronic music producer and DJ Eamonn Doyle's audio-visual work Made in Dublin in collaboration with Michael Hoppen Gallery.