Tag: Somerset House
The seventh edition of the expansive photofair spotlights contemporary and historic practitioners with an experimental approach
Among the individual category winners, Edward Burtynsky is awarded this year’s prize for Outstanding Contribution to Photography.
The group exhibition offers an alternative perspective on the climate crisis by emphasising the unheard voices of the southern hemisphere
Following a year of uncertainty, Photo London once again takes over Somerset House, with Shirin Neshat receiving this year’s Master of Photography award
Shooting in one of the driest places on Earth, Aïda Muluneh highlights the impact that a lack of clean water has on women’s lives
On the event of Photo London, BJP-online presents a round-up of exhibitions taking place in London this weekend
Themes of cultural identity and political conflict prevail in this year’s shortlist for the MACK…
First awarded back in 1985, the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Best Photography Book prize is one of…
If the inaugural Photo London seemed a little light on contemporary work, there is plenty in the fourth edition to show that the organisers were determined to do something about it. It is evident in the public programme, and it is there to see on the shop-floor too, with the Discovery section devoted to emerging galleries now given over to 25 dealers. Tristan Lund, formerly of Michael Hoppen Contemporary, now an art consultant and dealer in his own right, returns as curator, charged with injecting some cutting-edge elements into the fair, but remaining mindful of his responsibilities to the young galleries he is enticing in.