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International Photography Fair in London. Photo London returns to Somerset House 9–12 September 2021. Campaign image by @chiaramabrosiovisualartist

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Photo London 2021 has been rescheduled from May to 9–12 September 2021, with a preview day on 8 September. The fair will be held at @somersethouse as programmed.

Since the start of the year, the Directors of Photo London have engaged in detailed discussions with expert advisers from various fields, including science and government, regarding the timing of the Fair. Their unanimous view is that we would be best advised to wait a little longer for the global vaccination programmes to take effect, allowing for the easing of lockdowns and travel restrictions and for as strong an economic rebound as possible. The new early September dates give us the best chance to deliver the strongest possible edition of Photo London in a safe environment.

The second edition of Photo London Digital will run alongside the Fair providing an opportunity to participate to exhibitors unable to travel to London. 💫

Since the UK locked down in March last year, Photo London has responded to the global crisis by developing online platforms to connect, learn and talk about photography. In the months leading up to the fair in September, we will continue to do so by presenting a year-round programme of events and new initiatives involving experts from across the industry. More details will be announced soon. 💥💥

Photo London would like to thank all the supporters and friends for the vital and extraordinary on-going support that they have shown in these difficult times. 🙏

📸 by @chiaraambrosiovisualartist 

#PhotoLondonFair21 #PhotoLondonFair #PhotoLondonDigital

Photo London

Photo London 2021 has been rescheduled from May to 9–12 September 2021, with a preview day on 8 September. The fair will be held at @somersethouse as programmed. Since the start of the year, the Directors of Photo London have engaged in detailed discussions with expert advisers from various fields, including science and government, regarding the timing of the Fair. Their unanimous view is that we would be best advised to wait a little longer for the global vaccination programmes to take effect, allowing for the easing of lockdowns and travel restrictions and for as strong an economic rebound as possible. The new early September dates give us the best chance to deliver the strongest possible edition of Photo London in a safe environment. The second edition of Photo London Digital will run alongside the Fair providing an opportunity to participate to exhibitors unable to travel to London. 💫 Since the UK locked down in March last year, Photo London has responded to the global crisis by developing online platforms to connect, learn and talk about photography. In the months leading up to the fair in September, we will continue to do so by presenting a year-round programme of events and new initiatives involving experts from across the industry. More details will be announced soon. 💥💥 Photo London would like to thank all the supporters and friends for the vital and extraordinary on-going support that they have shown in these difficult times. 🙏 📸 by @chiaraambrosiovisualartist #PhotoLondonFair21 #PhotoLondonFair #PhotoLondonDigital

Join artist Oli Kellett (@oli_kellett ) in conversation with academic, writer and curator Camilla Brown as they explore Kellett’s practice, aesthetic and influences and discuss the evolution of the artist's latest body of work.

Watch the video now on our Talks Archive via the link in bio!

@hackelburyfineart presented works by Oli Kellett at Photo London Digital 2020.

📸 Oli Kellett, 'Cross Road Blues (Alaskan Way, Seattle)', 2017. © Oli Kellett Courtesy HackelBury Fine Art

#OliKellet #HackelBuryFineArt #CamillaBrown #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

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Join artist Oli Kellett (@oli_kellett ) in conversation with academic, writer and curator Camilla Brown as they explore Kellett’s practice, aesthetic and influences and discuss the evolution of the artist's latest body of work. Watch the video now on our Talks Archive via the link in bio! @hackelburyfineart presented works by Oli Kellett at Photo London Digital 2020. 📸 Oli Kellett, 'Cross Road Blues (Alaskan Way, Seattle)', 2017. © Oli Kellett Courtesy HackelBury Fine Art #OliKellet #HackelBuryFineArt #CamillaBrown #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

“Photography is the art of not pushing the button.” – Frank Horvat

For the 35th issue of our magazine, Photo London is delighted to feature Frank Horvat, the celebrated Italian-born French photographer who sadly passed away in October 2020.

Best known for his fashion photography published between the mid-50s and the late 80s, Horvat’s photographic opus spans across photojournalism, portraiture, landscape, nature and sculpture. Horvat was also one of the first to experiment with digital photography in the early 90s.

This issue features a selection of works from the 40s to the 80s, as well as a rarely-seen text “The house of fifteen keys” written by the artist in 2013.

Find the magazine in the link in bio! 💫

Image: Frank Horvat, 1958, Paris, lingerie Chantelle. © the Artist Courtesy @frankhorvatstudio.

#frankhorvat #frankhorvatstudio #photolondonmagazine #photolondonacademy #photolondondigital #photolondonfair

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“Photography is the art of not pushing the button.” – Frank Horvat For the 35th issue of our magazine, Photo London is delighted to feature Frank Horvat, the celebrated Italian-born French photographer who sadly passed away in October 2020. Best known for his fashion photography published between the mid-50s and the late 80s, Horvat’s photographic opus spans across photojournalism, portraiture, landscape, nature and sculpture. Horvat was also one of the first to experiment with digital photography in the early 90s. This issue features a selection of works from the 40s to the 80s, as well as a rarely-seen text “The house of fifteen keys” written by the artist in 2013. Find the magazine in the link in bio! 💫 Image: Frank Horvat, 1958, Paris, lingerie Chantelle. © the Artist Courtesy @frankhorvatstudio. #frankhorvat #frankhorvatstudio #photolondonmagazine #photolondonacademy #photolondondigital #photolondonfair

W.M. Hunt and Nick Sutton talk about Collecting Photography. Find the video on our Talks Archive via the link in bio!

W.M. - Bill - Hunt and Nick Sutton met at a photography fair five years ago. They disagree on who picked up whom, but they have been talking about their love of photography and collecting ever since. Hunt lives in New York and Sutton lives in Bristol so it’s been a long-distance affair with the occasional rendezvous in Amsterdam or Paris or even Baltimore, Maryland (for a John Waters’ retrospective)

They’re both obsessed, and they like talking about it. Sutton is building a formidable collection of works by young female artists and Hunt has begun to deaccession his collections of Unseen Eyes and American Groups.

Image: Harit Srikhao, Eternal Return on Circular Edge of the Universe, 2017. © the Artist.

#collectingphotography #wmhunt #nicksutton #photolondonacademy #talksarchive #photolondondigital #photolondonfair

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W.M. Hunt and Nick Sutton talk about Collecting Photography. Find the video on our Talks Archive via the link in bio! W.M. - Bill - Hunt and Nick Sutton met at a photography fair five years ago. They disagree on who picked up whom, but they have been talking about their love of photography and collecting ever since. Hunt lives in New York and Sutton lives in Bristol so it’s been a long-distance affair with the occasional rendezvous in Amsterdam or Paris or even Baltimore, Maryland (for a John Waters’ retrospective) They’re both obsessed, and they like talking about it. Sutton is building a formidable collection of works by young female artists and Hunt has begun to deaccession his collections of Unseen Eyes and American Groups. Image: Harit Srikhao, Eternal Return on Circular Edge of the Universe, 2017. © the Artist. #collectingphotography #wmhunt #nicksutton #photolondonacademy #talksarchive #photolondondigital #photolondonfair

Nicolas Feldmeyer, ‘Archway 2’, 2020
3D rendering. Giclee print on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper, 60 x 90 cm
© the Artist Courtesy @encountercontem

Nicolas Feldmeyer is a Swiss-born, London based artist. The ‘Archway’ works are digitally imagined landscapes that sit on the unstable edge between the remembered and the forgotten, the familiar and fictitious.

Read more about Feldmeyer on the sixth issue of the Photo London Magazine. Find it at photolondon.org/academy/magazine

#NicolasFeldmeyer #encountercontem #photolondonmagazine #photolondonacademy ##photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Nicolas Feldmeyer, ‘Archway 2’, 2020 3D rendering. Giclee print on Hahnemuhle Photorag paper, 60 x 90 cm © the Artist Courtesy @encountercontem Nicolas Feldmeyer is a Swiss-born, London based artist. The ‘Archway’ works are digitally imagined landscapes that sit on the unstable edge between the remembered and the forgotten, the familiar and fictitious. Read more about Feldmeyer on the sixth issue of the Photo London Magazine. Find it at photolondon.org/academy/magazine #NicolasFeldmeyer #encountercontem #photolondonmagazine #photolondonacademy # #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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2020 presented challenges by the score. And yet, from the wreckage of the year's cultural landscape the teams at Candlestar (Photo London & Prix Pictet) pivoted into exciting new directions. In April 2020, with the support of the @britisharts, we launched the Photo London Academy to engage our locked down audience with a series of talks videos, artist projects and online magazines, all widely accessible free of charge. The response was phenomenal. Emboldened by this success we launched Photo London Digital in October. The first international photography fair online, it featured 109 galleries from 21 countries, with 4,205 artworks on display. Its digital programme of global museum and studio visits, workshops and events broke new ground. With the support of our new partner @nikonuknordic we were able to bring forward the Emerging Photographer Award, which was won @margueritebornhauser, presented at Photo London Digital by @galeriacarloscarvalho. In the meantime, with exhibition venues closed, the @prix_pictet created a digital version of its 'Hope' shortlist exhibition originally seen at the @vamuseum. The 'Hope' tour resumed at @epflartlab last September. 'Hope' laureate @joana_choumali movingly presented her work at a screening held during Les Rencontres d'Arles. Nyaba Léon Ouedrago's striking image adorns the cover of a new book 'Confinement', published this month by @teneuespublishing, which presents 43 singular photographic responses to the pandemic by artists previously shortlisted for the award. This year, Photo London will run a year-round programme of events before returning to the grand surroundings of Somerset House, while nominations are underway for ‘Fire', the ninth cycle of the Prix Pictet. #Candlestar #PhotoLondonFair #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonAcademy #PrixPictet #NyabaLeónOuedraogo #Nikon #nikonuknordic

Prix Pictet (@prix_pictet) Hope laureate @joana_choumali in conversation with Francis Hodgson (@hodgsonf), profes�sor in the Culture of Photography at the University of Brighton. They discuss her career in-depth, how she came to win the Prix Pictet and her latest series ‘Alba’hian’, images from which were exhibited by @gallery1957 at Photo London Digital.

Find the talk on our Talks Archive via the link in bio!

Image: Joana Choumali, ‘Because we actually played outside as kids’, Series ‘Alba’hian’, 2019. © the Artist Courtesy Gallery 1957.

#JoanaChoumali #FrancisHodgson #gallery1957 #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair #PhotoLondonDigital

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Prix Pictet (@prix_pictet) Hope laureate @joana_choumali in conversation with Francis Hodgson (@hodgsonf), profes�sor in the Culture of Photography at the University of Brighton. They discuss her career in-depth, how she came to win the Prix Pictet and her latest series ‘Alba’hian’, images from which were exhibited by @gallery1957 at Photo London Digital. Find the talk on our Talks Archive via the link in bio! Image: Joana Choumali, ‘Because we actually played outside as kids’, Series ‘Alba’hian’, 2019. © the Artist Courtesy Gallery 1957. #JoanaChoumali #FrancisHodgson #gallery1957 #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair #PhotoLondonDigital

Until 27 February, @persons.projects, Berlin, presents the exhibitions ‘Searching for the Shapes Within’ and ‘Paradigms of Chance’.

‘Paradigms of Chance’ is a solo exhibition of Finnish artist Mikko Rikala.The exhibition’s most prolific group of works ‘A Year in My Pocket’, features photographs that Rikala took over four seasons from specific places in the Finnish archipelago, where he focuses on the water in its various seasonal cycles. He subsequently prints and folds one photograph for each season and places it in his pocket, which he then carries throughout that season. Every so often he would pull out the trousered photograph to document its transformation and condition, then place it back into his pocket. Like the memories we keep in our heads, the image is transformed over time through its everyday use of being transported and carried.

‘Searching for the Shapes Within’ is a group show focusing on the earth as a common base for different land art interventions. It features work by Grey Crawford, KwieKulik, Teresa Murak, Riitta Päiväläinen, Finnbogi Pétursson, Ragna Róbertsdóttir, Anna Rún Tryggvadóttir and Ryszard Wasko.

Images: Mikko Rikala: "are made of (just) carbon, water, starlight, oxygen and dreams*", 2020, pigment print, 86 x 65 cm, edition of 6 + 2AP, from the series Paradigms of Chance. Both images courtesy of Persons Projects, Berlin 2020.

#SearchingfortheShapesWithin #MikkoRikala #ParadigmsofChance #PersonsProjects #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Until 27 February, @persons.projects, Berlin, presents the exhibitions ‘Searching for the Shapes Within’ and ‘Paradigms of Chance’. ‘Paradigms of Chance’ is a solo exhibition of Finnish artist Mikko Rikala.The exhibition’s most prolific group of works ‘A Year in My Pocket’, features photographs that Rikala took over four seasons from specific places in the Finnish archipelago, where he focuses on the water in its various seasonal cycles. He subsequently prints and folds one photograph for each season and places it in his pocket, which he then carries throughout that season. Every so often he would pull out the trousered photograph to document its transformation and condition, then place it back into his pocket. Like the memories we keep in our heads, the image is transformed over time through its everyday use of being transported and carried. ‘Searching for the Shapes Within’ is a group show focusing on the earth as a common base for different land art interventions. It features work by Grey Crawford, KwieKulik, Teresa Murak, Riitta Päiväläinen, Finnbogi Pétursson, Ragna Róbertsdóttir, Anna Rún Tryggvadóttir and Ryszard Wasko. Images: Mikko Rikala: "are made of (just) carbon, water, starlight, oxygen and dreams*", 2020, pigment print, 86 x 65 cm, edition of 6 + 2AP, from the series Paradigms of Chance. Both images courtesy of Persons Projects, Berlin 2020. #SearchingfortheShapesWithin #MikkoRikala #ParadigmsofChance #PersonsProjects #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

Essentially a portrait of Cape Town, Alastair Whitton’s series titled ‘A Foreign Land’ considers what he refers to as ‘the mechanisms of memory and the mapping of geographies’.

Through the lens, he explores ‘the architecture of time and the poetics and politics of place’. His photographs celebrate the seemingly commonplace and are in effect monuments to the dislocated and overlooked.

“Conceived as anthropological ‘field notes’ situated within Cape Town, Whitton’s project is unreservedly about location. And yet, despite this affirmation of place, the images remain untethered, as though caught always between places, or moments, as ghostings of some other indefinable place and time.” - Ashraf Jamal, Cape Town (author of ‘In the World: Essays on Contemporary South African Art’,published by SKIRA)

View Whitton’s ‘A Foreign Land’ and read the accompanying essay on the Photo London Academy: https://photolondon.org/connect/alastair-whitton-a-foreign-land/

Image: Alastair Whitton, ‘Tent’, 2019 (from the series ‘A Foreign Land’). Hand printed silver gelatin, 300 x 400mm (image), 400 x 500mm (framed). Edition: 4/5, GBP 900.00 (framing inclusive with UV grade museum glass). © Alastair Whitton Courtesy of Black Box Publishing.

@blackboxpublishing.photography @elliotthallsgallery @barnard_gallery

#AlastairWhitton #aforeignland #blackboxpublishing #capetown #southafrica #photonarrative #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Essentially a portrait of Cape Town, Alastair Whitton’s series titled ‘A Foreign Land’ considers what he refers to as ‘the mechanisms of memory and the mapping of geographies’. Through the lens, he explores ‘the architecture of time and the poetics and politics of place’. His photographs celebrate the seemingly commonplace and are in effect monuments to the dislocated and overlooked. “Conceived as anthropological ‘field notes’ situated within Cape Town, Whitton’s project is unreservedly about location. And yet, despite this affirmation of place, the images remain untethered, as though caught always between places, or moments, as ghostings of some other indefinable place and time.” - Ashraf Jamal, Cape Town (author of ‘In the World: Essays on Contemporary South African Art’,published by SKIRA) View Whitton’s ‘A Foreign Land’ and read the accompanying essay on the Photo London Academy: https://photolondon.org/connect/alastair-whitton-a-foreign-land/ Image: Alastair Whitton, ‘Tent’, 2019 (from the series ‘A Foreign Land’). Hand printed silver gelatin, 300 x 400mm (image), 400 x 500mm (framed). Edition: 4/5, GBP 900.00 (framing inclusive with UV grade museum glass). © Alastair Whitton Courtesy of Black Box Publishing. @blackboxpublishing.photography @elliotthallsgallery @barnard_gallery #AlastairWhitton #aforeignland #blackboxpublishing #capetown #southafrica #photonarrative #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

Shubha Taparia’s ‘Pallets’ is one of a series of photographic images exploring details of the artist’s past monumental studio installation ‘Silhouette of an Unknown Landscape’. The interplay of light and shadows that defined the installation has, here, been translated into abstract images that draw attention to the chance patterns and materiality of the every day.

Inspired by encounters with sunlight on scaffolding seen in an urban environment, the installation transforms industrial materials typically used to conceal, support or contain, into ethereal aesthetic arrangements that reveal the magical quality of form and nature in serendipitous throws of light. Composing these abstract landscapes much like a musical symphony, Taparia encourages the viewer to pause through visual harmonies, counterpoints, crescendos and moments of quiet.

View other works from the same series: http://shubhataparia.com/exhibition/spirit-in-the-inanimate/

Image: Shubha Taparia, ‘Pallets’, 2019. C-type print. 84 x 112 cm. © the artist, courtesy Prahlad Bubbar, London.

@prahladbubbar @shubhataparia #prahladbubbar #shubhataparia #spiritintheinanimate #abstractphotography #ethereal #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Shubha Taparia’s ‘Pallets’ is one of a series of photographic images exploring details of the artist’s past monumental studio installation ‘Silhouette of an Unknown Landscape’. The interplay of light and shadows that defined the installation has, here, been translated into abstract images that draw attention to the chance patterns and materiality of the every day. Inspired by encounters with sunlight on scaffolding seen in an urban environment, the installation transforms industrial materials typically used to conceal, support or contain, into ethereal aesthetic arrangements that reveal the magical quality of form and nature in serendipitous throws of light. Composing these abstract landscapes much like a musical symphony, Taparia encourages the viewer to pause through visual harmonies, counterpoints, crescendos and moments of quiet. View other works from the same series: http://shubhataparia.com/exhibition/spirit-in-the-inanimate/ Image: Shubha Taparia, ‘Pallets’, 2019. C-type print. 84 x 112 cm. © the artist, courtesy Prahlad Bubbar, London. @prahladbubbar @shubhataparia #prahladbubbar #shubhataparia #spiritintheinanimate #abstractphotography #ethereal #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

This year's first talks Archive video is the virtual tour of Alec Soth's recent exhibition at @foam_amsterdam ‘I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating’. The tour is led by Foam's Artistic Director, Marcel Feil.

The works in 'I Know How Furiously Your Heart' marks a departure from Soth’s earlier work. The photographer slowed down his work process and turned the lens inward.

Watch the video now via the link in bio!

Image: Sonya and Donmbrovsky, Odessa, 2018 © Alec Soth / Magnum Photos.

#alecsoth #virtualtour #foam #foamamsterdam #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair #PhotoLondonDigital

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This year's first talks Archive video is the virtual tour of Alec Soth's recent exhibition at @foam_amsterdam ‘I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating’. The tour is led by Foam's Artistic Director, Marcel Feil. The works in 'I Know How Furiously Your Heart' marks a departure from Soth’s earlier work. The photographer slowed down his work process and turned the lens inward. Watch the video now via the link in bio! Image: Sonya and Donmbrovsky, Odessa, 2018 © Alec Soth / Magnum Photos. #alecsoth #virtualtour #foam #foamamsterdam #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair #PhotoLondonDigital

Kensuke Koike (@kensukekoike, b.1980, Japan) creates unique artwork by manipulating found vintage photographic material. The resulting sculptures are often witty, dynamic and abstract.

He says: “Before I used archival images, I was shooting photographs on my own and altering them. But because I had the negatives and originals, I could make mistakes in the cutting and altering of them – I could just print another copy of an image and start all over again.

I began to use archival images because I wanted to try something more challenging and to delve deeper into the meaning of an image. More risk means that I have to think twice before cutting the originals, and that is important.” – Kensuke Koike

Kensuke’s work revolves around the idea of using the assets found within an image to create something new and contemporary. The process often starts as a puzzle begging to be solved with each image setting its own unique challenges for the artist.

Kensuke’s unique artwork has been exhibited globally at art fairs & exhibitions around the world and is now found in various collections. Open Doors Gallery is the UK representative for his work.

To enquire about Kensuke's work, contact @odprintsales or see the Open Doors Gallery website for more details - www.opendoors.gallery/artists/kensuke-koike

Image: Kensuke Koike, ‘Mula Meme’, 1943-2020, switched vintage photo, 131x119mm. © the Artist Courtesy OPEN DOORS

@odtakeovers #KensukeKoike #odtakeovers #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Kensuke Koike (@kensukekoike, b.1980, Japan) creates unique artwork by manipulating found vintage photographic material. The resulting sculptures are often witty, dynamic and abstract. He says: “Before I used archival images, I was shooting photographs on my own and altering them. But because I had the negatives and originals, I could make mistakes in the cutting and altering of them – I could just print another copy of an image and start all over again. I began to use archival images because I wanted to try something more challenging and to delve deeper into the meaning of an image. More risk means that I have to think twice before cutting the originals, and that is important.” – Kensuke Koike Kensuke’s work revolves around the idea of using the assets found within an image to create something new and contemporary. The process often starts as a puzzle begging to be solved with each image setting its own unique challenges for the artist. Kensuke’s unique artwork has been exhibited globally at art fairs & exhibitions around the world and is now found in various collections. Open Doors Gallery is the UK representative for his work. To enquire about Kensuke's work, contact @odprintsales or see the Open Doors Gallery website for more details - www.opendoors.gallery/artists/kensuke-koike Image: Kensuke Koike, ‘Mula Meme’, 1943-2020, switched vintage photo, 131x119mm. © the Artist Courtesy OPEN DOORS @odtakeovers #KensukeKoike #odtakeovers #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

Mark Ruwedel’s exhibition that runs at Large Glass, London, until 6 March is a selection of photographs taken from his in-progress epic ‘Los Angeles: Landscapes of Four Ecologies’, a work funded by a Guggenheim Fellowship awarded in 2014.

At a time when predictions of climate catastrophe are becoming ever more frequent, these gelatin silver prints, hand-printed and mounted by the artist, feel especially timely as evidence of this moment of escalating consequences, and are imbued with - in Ruwedel’s words - a “tragic beauty”.

“When I say epic, I am thinking of a project that is almost too large and has porous boundaries, almost out of control,” says Ruwedel of the work. One might think also of fire, and of Los Angeles itself, sprawling, reaching, cultivated and uncultivated, the results of industry spreading uncontained.

www.largeglass.co.uk  @largeglassgallery

#MarkRuwedel #LosAngeles #LargeGlassGallery #GuggenheimFellowship #LargeFormat #BlackAndWhite #Analogue #AmericanWest #MACKbooks #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Mark Ruwedel’s exhibition that runs at Large Glass, London, until 6 March is a selection of photographs taken from his in-progress epic ‘Los Angeles: Landscapes of Four Ecologies’, a work funded by a Guggenheim Fellowship awarded in 2014. At a time when predictions of climate catastrophe are becoming ever more frequent, these gelatin silver prints, hand-printed and mounted by the artist, feel especially timely as evidence of this moment of escalating consequences, and are imbued with - in Ruwedel’s words - a “tragic beauty”. “When I say epic, I am thinking of a project that is almost too large and has porous boundaries, almost out of control,” says Ruwedel of the work. One might think also of fire, and of Los Angeles itself, sprawling, reaching, cultivated and uncultivated, the results of industry spreading uncontained. www.largeglass.co.uk @largeglassgallery #MarkRuwedel #LosAngeles #LargeGlassGallery #GuggenheimFellowship #LargeFormat #BlackAndWhite #Analogue #AmericanWest #MACKbooks #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

Nobuyoshi Araki's 'Flower Rondeau' series takes its name from a form of medieval French musical poetry, which the artist channels through his tightly cropped, lustrous compositions [...] Like his contemporary Robert Mapplethorpe, Araki's flower photographs demonstrate the powerful symbolism of nature and comment on our own undeniable fears and instincts.

In relation to these works, Araki wrote: 'Flowers become more enriched with life as they approach their death. The most beautiful moment is just before they perish. When coming close to them, one is enraptured with sexual spirituality and I can hear the Flower Rondeau.’*

Michael Hoppen Gallery is delighted to present a new selection of Araki's photography, which continue to explore the Japanese artists enduring fascination with flowers. Having celebrated his 80th birthday a couple of months ago, Araki's work has been exhibited this year at exhibitions all over the world.

Image: Nobuyoshi Araki, ‘Tokyo Still Life 2001/2020’, RP-Pro Crystal print, 50.8 x 61 cm. © the Artist, courtesy of Michael Hoppen Gallery.

michaelhoppengallery.com  @michaelhoppengallery

*taken from the catalogue of 'Unearthed: Photography's Roots', on display at the @dulwichgallery, London, until 9 May 2021.

#michaelhoppengallery #NobuyoshiAraki #FlowerRondeau #RobertMapplethorpe #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Nobuyoshi Araki's 'Flower Rondeau' series takes its name from a form of medieval French musical poetry, which the artist channels through his tightly cropped, lustrous compositions [...] Like his contemporary Robert Mapplethorpe, Araki's flower photographs demonstrate the powerful symbolism of nature and comment on our own undeniable fears and instincts. In relation to these works, Araki wrote: 'Flowers become more enriched with life as they approach their death. The most beautiful moment is just before they perish. When coming close to them, one is enraptured with sexual spirituality and I can hear the Flower Rondeau.’* Michael Hoppen Gallery is delighted to present a new selection of Araki's photography, which continue to explore the Japanese artists enduring fascination with flowers. Having celebrated his 80th birthday a couple of months ago, Araki's work has been exhibited this year at exhibitions all over the world. Image: Nobuyoshi Araki, ‘Tokyo Still Life 2001/2020’, RP-Pro Crystal print, 50.8 x 61 cm. © the Artist, courtesy of Michael Hoppen Gallery. michaelhoppengallery.com @michaelhoppengallery *taken from the catalogue of 'Unearthed: Photography's Roots', on display at the @dulwichgallery, London, until 9 May 2021. #michaelhoppengallery #NobuyoshiAraki #FlowerRondeau #RobertMapplethorpe #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

For the very first issue of our online magazine in 2021, Photo London is delighted to showcase Alys Tomlinson, the award-winning editorial and fine art documentary photographer based in London.

This issue features a selection of works from the artist’s ‘Lost Summer’ project; the photographs were taken between June and August 2020, comprising 44 portraits of local teenagers in north London whose proms were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Three of these portraits were awarded 1st Prize in the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2020.

A small selection of works from the ‘Vera’ and ‘Ex-Voto’ series is also included, together with two videos on the artist’s work.

Read the magazine via the link in bio 💫

Image: Alys Tomlinson, ‘Ex-Voto’, Untitled 04, 2016-18

@alystomlinson @hackelburyfineart #alystomlinson #hackelburyfineart #lostsummer #TaylorWessingPhotographicPortraitPrize #PLmagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

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For the very first issue of our online magazine in 2021, Photo London is delighted to showcase Alys Tomlinson, the award-winning editorial and fine art documentary photographer based in London. This issue features a selection of works from the artist’s ‘Lost Summer’ project; the photographs were taken between June and August 2020, comprising 44 portraits of local teenagers in north London whose proms were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Three of these portraits were awarded 1st Prize in the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2020. A small selection of works from the ‘Vera’ and ‘Ex-Voto’ series is also included, together with two videos on the artist’s work. Read the magazine via the link in bio 💫 Image: Alys Tomlinson, ‘Ex-Voto’, Untitled 04, 2016-18 @alystomlinson @hackelburyfineart #alystomlinson #hackelburyfineart #lostsummer #TaylorWessingPhotographicPortraitPrize #PLmagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

Robert Mapplethorpe, ‘Javier’, New York 1985
Vintage silver print, 25,1x25,4cm (10x10“)
Signed recto on mount, printed for:
A Season in Hell, The Limited Editions Club New York 1986
Available via @galeriejohannesfaber

#RobertMapplethorpe #galeriejohannesfaber #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Robert Mapplethorpe, ‘Javier’, New York 1985 Vintage silver print, 25,1x25,4cm (10x10“) Signed recto on mount, printed for: A Season in Hell, The Limited Editions Club New York 1986 Available via @galeriejohannesfaber #RobertMapplethorpe #galeriejohannesfaber #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

André Príncipe, ‘Untitled’ (2020), from “A Hard rain is going to fall”
Inkjet print, 111,5 x 142 cm. © André Príncipe Courtesy: Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea

André Príncipe’s ‘A Hard rain is going to fall’ is a group of images shot over the last ten years in Europe and Asia. which express the state of the world today. Organised as an installation, the photographs are on view at @galeriacarloscarvalho, Lisbon, until 27 February.

www.carloscarvalho-ac.com

#andreprincipe #ahardrainisgoingtofall #galeriacarloscarvalho #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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André Príncipe, ‘Untitled’ (2020), from “A Hard rain is going to fall” Inkjet print, 111,5 x 142 cm. © André Príncipe Courtesy: Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea André Príncipe’s ‘A Hard rain is going to fall’ is a group of images shot over the last ten years in Europe and Asia. which express the state of the world today. Organised as an installation, the photographs are on view at @galeriacarloscarvalho, Lisbon, until 27 February. www.carloscarvalho-ac.com #andreprincipe #ahardrainisgoingtofall #galeriacarloscarvalho #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

Through his pictures and movies, @juliendrach (France, 1973) sheds new light on the hidden, sometimes invisible part of reality. There is a thin line between imagery and imaginary, and he invites us to cross this line.

The artist’s very personal compositions are like ephemeral, instantaneous paintings. Through mysterious images, he finds his own sense of aesthetics and brings details from every day to life, presenting the wide poetical power of his pictures and blending the boundaries between cinema, painting and photography

@spazionuovo www.spazionuovo.net

Image: Julien Drach, ‘Sans titre’, 2019, 105x105 cm . Fine Art print on cotton paper. Edition of 8 + 2 AP © Julien Drach & Spazio Nuovo, Roma

#JulienDrach #spazionuovo #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Through his pictures and movies, @juliendrach (France, 1973) sheds new light on the hidden, sometimes invisible part of reality. There is a thin line between imagery and imaginary, and he invites us to cross this line. The artist’s very personal compositions are like ephemeral, instantaneous paintings. Through mysterious images, he finds his own sense of aesthetics and brings details from every day to life, presenting the wide poetical power of his pictures and blending the boundaries between cinema, painting and photography @spazionuovo www.spazionuovo.net Image: Julien Drach, ‘Sans titre’, 2019, 105x105 cm . Fine Art print on cotton paper. Edition of 8 + 2 AP © Julien Drach & Spazio Nuovo, Roma #JulienDrach #spazionuovo #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

‘Hyperborea - Stories from the Russian Arctic’, on view at @thephotographersgallery until 21 February 2021, marks the first major UK exhibition of the award-winning Russian photographer, @evgenia_arbugaeva. Featuring brand new work, this exhibition is the culmination of a long-term project (begun in 2013) focused on the remote land and people of the Russian Arctic.

thephotographersgallery.org.uk

Limited edition prints are available from £1,700 + VAT through the Print Sales Gallery (@tpgprintsales)

Image: Untitled 90, 2019-2020, from Chukotka © Evgenia Arbugaeva.

#EvgeniaArbugaeva #thephotographersgallery #tpgprintsales  #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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‘Hyperborea - Stories from the Russian Arctic’, on view at @thephotographersgallery until 21 February 2021, marks the first major UK exhibition of the award-winning Russian photographer, @evgenia_arbugaeva. Featuring brand new work, this exhibition is the culmination of a long-term project (begun in 2013) focused on the remote land and people of the Russian Arctic. thephotographersgallery.org.uk Limited edition prints are available from £1,700 + VAT through the Print Sales Gallery (@tpgprintsales) Image: Untitled 90, 2019-2020, from Chukotka © Evgenia Arbugaeva. #EvgeniaArbugaeva #thephotographersgallery #tpgprintsales #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

Twice a year, swallows cross the Sahara and the Mediterranean to reach sub-Saharan Africa and Europe. Observing their migrating journey, the artistic duo, photographer Edouard Taufenbach and musician Régis Campo, 2020 winners of the Swiss Life 4-Hand Prize, sought to develop a sensitive representation of the passage of time, movement, and exchanges and circulations within a space.

The resulting series entitled ‘Le Bleu du Ciel’ is an experiment at the crossroads of artistic and scientific uses of photographic and musical mediums. The @galerie_thierry_bigaignon, Paris, will host the series early 2021, but meanwhile, as a special preview, you can discover the project through its special Viewing Room and get the opportunity to acquire one artwork of the series.

www.thierrybigaignon.com/viewing-room-le-bleu-du-ciel-preview

Image: © Edouard Taufenbach, 2020. Courtesy Galerie Thierry Bigaignon.

#EdouardTaufenbach #RégisCampo #LeBleuduCiel #galeriethierrybigaignon #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Twice a year, swallows cross the Sahara and the Mediterranean to reach sub-Saharan Africa and Europe. Observing their migrating journey, the artistic duo, photographer Edouard Taufenbach and musician Régis Campo, 2020 winners of the Swiss Life 4-Hand Prize, sought to develop a sensitive representation of the passage of time, movement, and exchanges and circulations within a space. The resulting series entitled ‘Le Bleu du Ciel’ is an experiment at the crossroads of artistic and scientific uses of photographic and musical mediums. The @galerie_thierry_bigaignon, Paris, will host the series early 2021, but meanwhile, as a special preview, you can discover the project through its special Viewing Room and get the opportunity to acquire one artwork of the series. www.thierrybigaignon.com/viewing-room-le-bleu-du-ciel-preview Image: © Edouard Taufenbach, 2020. Courtesy Galerie Thierry Bigaignon. #EdouardTaufenbach #RégisCampo #LeBleuduCiel #galeriethierrybigaignon #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

Until 30 January, @christopheguyegalerie is delighted to present ‘The Garden’, @erikmadiganheck’s second solo exhibition at the gallery.

‘The Garden’ is an ongoing body of work depicting primarily Heck’s family in a variety of richly colourful surroundings. The photographs draw upon diverse sacred and mythical pictorial traditions to develop a colour-based narrative that pushes the aesthetic possibilities of a photograph.

The exhibition at the gallery focuses on works at the intersection between photography and painting. These works highlight the artist’s relationship with colour, which stems from a life-long love affair with painting. ‘For me, painting was always more about the colour,’ Heck says. ‘And I think that’s where my photography crosses over; how you can push colour in a way that a painter can with a brush.’

Tour the exhibition online at christopheguye.com and hear Heck talking about ‘The Garden’ on the Photo London Academy - https://photolondon.org/connect/erik-madigan-heck-the-garden/

Image: Erik Madigan Heck, 'Giambattista Valli Blue, Archive', 2020. © the Artist Courtesy Christophe Guye Galerie.

#ChristopheGuye #ChristopheGuyeGalerie #TheGarden #ErikMadiganHeck #photolondonacademy #connect #photolondonconnects #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Until 30 January, @christopheguyegalerie is delighted to present ‘The Garden’, @erikmadiganheck’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. ‘The Garden’ is an ongoing body of work depicting primarily Heck’s family in a variety of richly colourful surroundings. The photographs draw upon diverse sacred and mythical pictorial traditions to develop a colour-based narrative that pushes the aesthetic possibilities of a photograph. The exhibition at the gallery focuses on works at the intersection between photography and painting. These works highlight the artist’s relationship with colour, which stems from a life-long love affair with painting. ‘For me, painting was always more about the colour,’ Heck says. ‘And I think that’s where my photography crosses over; how you can push colour in a way that a painter can with a brush.’ Tour the exhibition online at christopheguye.com and hear Heck talking about ‘The Garden’ on the Photo London Academy - https://photolondon.org/connect/erik-madigan-heck-the-garden/ Image: Erik Madigan Heck, 'Giambattista Valli Blue, Archive', 2020. © the Artist Courtesy Christophe Guye Galerie. #ChristopheGuye #ChristopheGuyeGalerie #TheGarden #ErikMadiganHeck #photolondonacademy #connect #photolondonconnects #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

Open Call! @photoworks_uk are partnering with @englishheritage to commission  photographers aged between 18-25 to make new work in 2021!

Four successful applicants will be invited to select an English Heritage site to use as a creative springboard. Each winner will receive a fee of £2,400, plus a residency which will take place from March to May 2021. The deadline to apply is 18 January 2021.

Apply here https://bit.ly/34lBUYm

Image: © Elliott Cole, Untitled, from the series A Hull To Hold The Waves At Bay, 2019

#photoworksuk #englishheritage #opencall #photolondonexhibitor

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Open Call! @photoworks_uk are partnering with @englishheritage to commission photographers aged between 18-25 to make new work in 2021! Four successful applicants will be invited to select an English Heritage site to use as a creative springboard. Each winner will receive a fee of £2,400, plus a residency which will take place from March to May 2021. The deadline to apply is 18 January 2021. Apply here https://bit.ly/34lBUYm Image: © Elliott Cole, Untitled, from the series A Hull To Hold The Waves At Bay, 2019 #photoworksuk #englishheritage #opencall #photolondonexhibitor

Ellie Davies is a fine art photographer (LCC MA graduate, 2008) who has been working in the forests of the UK for the past ten years, producing work which explores the complex interrelationship between the landscape and the individual.

Her work explores the fabricated nature of the landscape by making a variety of temporary and non-invasive interventions in the forest, which place the viewer in the gap between reality and fantasy. Creating this space encourages the viewer to re-evaluate the way in which their relationship with the landscape is formed, and the extent to which it is a product of cultural heritage or personal experience. 

In her new series ‘Seascapes’ (2020), Ellie continues her long preoccupation with the woodland, this time combined with mesmerising images of the sea to offer a personal commentary on the threat of rising water levels in her beloved New Forest and a mediation on her relationship with the woods themselves intrinsically linked to a nostalgia for her childhood spent there.

Image: Ellie Davies, ‘Seascape 7’, 2020, 90 cm x 120 cm, Edition 5/7. Available at @cranekalmanbrightongallery. Prices starting at £1,800 exc VAT. Also available as: 68 cm x 90 cm, Edition 14/7, prices starting at £1200 exc VAT.

#cranekalmanbrightongallery #elliedavies #seascapes #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

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Ellie Davies is a fine art photographer (LCC MA graduate, 2008) who has been working in the forests of the UK for the past ten years, producing work which explores the complex interrelationship between the landscape and the individual. Her work explores the fabricated nature of the landscape by making a variety of temporary and non-invasive interventions in the forest, which place the viewer in the gap between reality and fantasy. Creating this space encourages the viewer to re-evaluate the way in which their relationship with the landscape is formed, and the extent to which it is a product of cultural heritage or personal experience. In her new series ‘Seascapes’ (2020), Ellie continues her long preoccupation with the woodland, this time combined with mesmerising images of the sea to offer a personal commentary on the threat of rising water levels in her beloved New Forest and a mediation on her relationship with the woods themselves intrinsically linked to a nostalgia for her childhood spent there. Image: Ellie Davies, ‘Seascape 7’, 2020, 90 cm x 120 cm, Edition 5/7. Available at @cranekalmanbrightongallery. Prices starting at £1,800 exc VAT. Also available as: 68 cm x 90 cm, Edition 14/7, prices starting at £1200 exc VAT. #cranekalmanbrightongallery #elliedavies #seascapes #photolondonexhibitor #photolondonfair

From participating in New York’s active Gay Liberation Movement in the 1970s to his more recent campaigning for gay liberation in India, Sunil Gupta has been inspirational to generations of photographic activists and LGBTQ+ rights campaigners.

Get exclusive access to Gupta’s major retrospective at @thephotographersgallery, 'From Here to Eternity’, with the virtual tour now live on our Talks Archive via the link in bio.

📸 Sunil Gupta, ‘Shroud’, 1999, From the series ‘From Here To Eternity’. Courtesy the artist and Hales Gallery, Stephen Bulger Gallery and Vadehra Art Gallery © Sunil Gupta.

#sunilgupta #fromheretoeternity #thephotographersgallery  #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

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From participating in New York’s active Gay Liberation Movement in the 1970s to his more recent campaigning for gay liberation in India, Sunil Gupta has been inspirational to generations of photographic activists and LGBTQ+ rights campaigners. Get exclusive access to Gupta’s major retrospective at @thephotographersgallery, 'From Here to Eternity’, with the virtual tour now live on our Talks Archive via the link in bio. 📸 Sunil Gupta, ‘Shroud’, 1999, From the series ‘From Here To Eternity’. Courtesy the artist and Hales Gallery, Stephen Bulger Gallery and Vadehra Art Gallery © Sunil Gupta. #sunilgupta #fromheretoeternity #thephotographersgallery #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

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"A lot of the young people that collaborate with me as my outdoor studio assistants are confronted with drug abuse and various other daily challenges. Criminality is extremely high, robberies occur daily, it’s a massive challenge, not only to work but also to live there” says @robinrhodeofficial. Listen to the full conversation on 'The City’ episode of the @prix_pictet podcast ‘A lens on sustainability’. Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or here https://www.prixpictet.com/podcast-a-lens-on-sustainability/ #thecity #urbanspace #robinrhode #drugabuse #criminality #inequality #prixpictet #photographypodcast #sustainability #sustainabilitypodcast

In the latest talk from our archive, Shirin Neshat talks Yasufumi Nakamori, Senior Curator of International Art (Photography) at @tate Modern.

Click on the link in bio to watch the video!

Over the past three decades, working across photography, video and cinema, Neshat has dedicated her practice to an understanding of the religious and political forces of power that have shaped Iranian and other Islamic cultures. Her art centres on the contrasts between Islam and the West, femininity and masculinity, public life and private life, antiquity and modernity, and bridging the spaces between these subjects.

Shirin Neshat, ‘Untitled’, from ‘Roja’ series, 2016, LE silver gelatin print. © the Artist Courtesy of Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels and Goodman Gallery, London.

@shirin__neshat @nakamoriyasufumi @gladstone.gallery @goodman_gallery #shirinneshat #yasufuminakamori #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

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In the latest talk from our archive, Shirin Neshat talks Yasufumi Nakamori, Senior Curator of International Art (Photography) at @tate Modern. Click on the link in bio to watch the video! Over the past three decades, working across photography, video and cinema, Neshat has dedicated her practice to an understanding of the religious and political forces of power that have shaped Iranian and other Islamic cultures. Her art centres on the contrasts between Islam and the West, femininity and masculinity, public life and private life, antiquity and modernity, and bridging the spaces between these subjects. Shirin Neshat, ‘Untitled’, from ‘Roja’ series, 2016, LE silver gelatin print. © the Artist Courtesy of Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels and Goodman Gallery, London. @shirin__neshat @nakamoriyasufumi @gladstone.gallery @goodman_gallery #shirinneshat #yasufuminakamori #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

For the thirty-second edition of our magazine, Photo London is delighted to present the works of João Miguel Barros, an award-winning photographer/author who divides his time between Lisbon and Macau.

“Photography is subversive not when it frightens, repels, or even stigmatises, but when it is pensive when it thinks”.
— Roland Barthes

This issue features an introduction by Rita Lougares, Artistic Director at Museu Colecção Berardo, a selection of works from Ghana Stories and Photo-Scripts, as well as a short video.

Follow the link in bio to read the magazine or visit https://photolondon.org/academy/magazine/

📸 João Miguel Barros, ‘Blood, Sweat & Tears’ (Macau, China, Oct. 2017) © and courtesy João Miguel Barros.

#JoãoMiguelBarros #GhanaStories #PhotoScripts  #PLmagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

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For the thirty-second edition of our magazine, Photo London is delighted to present the works of João Miguel Barros, an award-winning photographer/author who divides his time between Lisbon and Macau. “Photography is subversive not when it frightens, repels, or even stigmatises, but when it is pensive when it thinks”. — Roland Barthes This issue features an introduction by Rita Lougares, Artistic Director at Museu Colecção Berardo, a selection of works from Ghana Stories and Photo-Scripts, as well as a short video. Follow the link in bio to read the magazine or visit https://photolondon.org/academy/magazine/ 📸 João Miguel Barros, ‘Blood, Sweat & Tears’ (Macau, China, Oct. 2017) © and courtesy João Miguel Barros. #JoãoMiguelBarros #GhanaStories #PhotoScripts #PLmagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

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How does the natural world influence the way we look at the broader question of sustainability? The second episode of @prix_pictet podcast ‘A lens on sustainability’ explores our symbiotic relationship with the plant-based world. featuring interviews with photographers @janelle__lynch and @awoiska_vandermolen, @hansulrichobrist, Artistic Director of the @serpentineuk, and Joshua Chuang from the @nypl. Don’t miss the accompanying e-book illustrating these conversations on the link in the episode description. Available now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or here https://www.prixpictet.com/podcast-a-lens-on-sustainability/ #JanelleLynch #Awoiskavandermollen #NYPublicLibrary #HansUlrichObrist #SerpentineGalleries #Botany #PlantPhotography #prixpictet #photographypodcast #sustainability #sustainabilitypodcast

On the quest for the perfect gift? 🎁

Check out our holiday gift guide, featuring photography books, limited edition prints, photographs, and collector boxes under £1000 - and from as little as £20.

Follow the link in bio to discover the full list, including works by @alystomlinson, winner of the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2020, @maria_lax_, @martonperlaki, @alexandermourant, and @seanlotman.

Pictured @albarrancabrera’s limited edition box set available from @atelier_exb. The box set includes a signed copy of the publication ‘Des Oiseaux’ and a colour archival pigment print, ‘The Mouth of Krishna, #710’ (2018) made by the artists and enhanced with gold leaf on Gampi Washi paper. ✨✨

@seenfifteen @hackelburyfineart @smithdavidsongallery @webber_gallery @kehrerverlag @mmxgallery @odprintsales @galeriacarloscarvalho @spazionuovo @ibasho___gallery

#christmasgiftguide #photogrpahygifts #christmasgift #limitededitionprint #collectorbox #photographybook #albarrancabrera #marialax #martonperlaki #alexandermourant #seanlotman #PhotoLondonFair

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On the quest for the perfect gift? 🎁 Check out our holiday gift guide, featuring photography books, limited edition prints, photographs, and collector boxes under £1000 - and from as little as £20. Follow the link in bio to discover the full list, including works by @alystomlinson, winner of the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2020, @maria_lax_, @martonperlaki, @alexandermourant, and @seanlotman. Pictured @albarrancabrera’s limited edition box set available from @atelier_exb. The box set includes a signed copy of the publication ‘Des Oiseaux’ and a colour archival pigment print, ‘The Mouth of Krishna, #710’ (2018) made by the artists and enhanced with gold leaf on Gampi Washi paper. ✨✨ @seenfifteen @hackelburyfineart @smithdavidsongallery @webber_gallery @kehrerverlag @mmxgallery @odprintsales @galeriacarloscarvalho @spazionuovo @ibasho___gallery #christmasgiftguide #photogrpahygifts #christmasgift #limitededitionprint #collectorbox #photographybook #albarrancabrera #marialax #martonperlaki #alexandermourant #seanlotman #PhotoLondonFair

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🔊Volume on 🔊 for this clip of the interview with Irish photographer Richard Mosse from the @prix_pictet podcast ‘A lens on sustainability’. Listen to the full conversation now https://www.prixpictet.com/podcast-a-lens-on-sustainability/   #richardmosse  #heatmaps #refugee  #migration #prixpictet  #photographypodcast  #sustainability  #sustainabilitypodcast

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Incredible conversation with @danielbeltraphoto on his series  #Spill for the first episode of the @prix_pictet podcast ‘A lens on sustainability’. The topic of this first episode - Fire - coincides with the newly announced theme for the 9th Prix Pictet. Listen to the podcast now https://www.prixpictet.com/podcast-a-lens-on-sustainability/ #oil  #oilspill  #danielbeltra #prixpictet  #photographypodcast  #sustainability  #sustainabilitypodcast

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Last chance to shop! Get your @photoworks_uk fundraising prints until 9pm GMT tomorrow, Wednesday 9 December! photoworks.org.uk/shop/ Browse works by artists who have been an integral part of their programme in 2020. 50% of sales go to the artists directly and 50% to Photoworks to fund new opportunities for artists in 2021. #Photoworks #printsale #fundraising

In celebration of his latest Rizzoli monograph, PLAY, join portrait photographer Rankin as he discusses over 30 years of photographing musicians. 🎶 🎸

Watch the video now on our Talks Archive via the link in bio!

PLAY draws exclusively on Rankin’s archive of photographs of the biggest names in contemporary music from the rock gods who shaped our musical landscape to the British Invasion of the 1990s and the American superstars who mix music and production to define what the record industry is today.

In conversation with curator Mimi Gray, Rankin discusses his favourite images of the most influential artists of the last three decades, from David Bowie and Elton John to Pharrell, the Spice Girls, Grimes, and Bjork.

📸 Deborah Harry, the lead singer of Blondie. © and Courtesy RANKIN.

@rizzolibooksuk @rankinarchive #rankin #debbieharry #blondie #DavidBowie #EltonJohn #Pharrell #SpiceGirls #Grimes #Bjork #musicicons #90smusic #portraitphotography #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

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In celebration of his latest Rizzoli monograph, PLAY, join portrait photographer Rankin as he discusses over 30 years of photographing musicians. 🎶 🎸 Watch the video now on our Talks Archive via the link in bio! PLAY draws exclusively on Rankin’s archive of photographs of the biggest names in contemporary music from the rock gods who shaped our musical landscape to the British Invasion of the 1990s and the American superstars who mix music and production to define what the record industry is today. In conversation with curator Mimi Gray, Rankin discusses his favourite images of the most influential artists of the last three decades, from David Bowie and Elton John to Pharrell, the Spice Girls, Grimes, and Bjork. 📸 Deborah Harry, the lead singer of Blondie. © and Courtesy RANKIN. @rizzolibooksuk @rankinarchive #rankin #debbieharry #blondie #DavidBowie #EltonJohn #Pharrell #SpiceGirls #Grimes #Bjork #musicicons #90smusic #portraitphotography #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair

The thirty-first issue of the Photo London magazine showcases a body of work by photographer Balint Alovits. Read it via the link in bio!

Alovits's body of work consists of over three-hundred portraits of students, staff and alumni part of the diverse community of artists, designers and creatives at the internationally renowned Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London.

During October–November 2020, the project culminated in a special exhibition titled CSM’s Church of Fashion at the iconic Mayfair's restaurant and cocktail bar @sketchlondon. Selected works from the exhibition are available to shop online.

Presented in partnership with @artisall.info, this issue includes a complete catalogue of portraits from the project, presented alongside feature interviews with a selection of the sitters and insightful articles in response to the work.

Alovits’s project was realised by @emilyondineburke and @Johannatcrafoord (as editors), in collaboration with the @thats_so_csm Instagram account and was co-directed by curator Lina Sophie Stallmann.

@auc.art @csm_news #BalintAlovits #artisall #thatssocsm  #PLMagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

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The thirty-first issue of the Photo London magazine showcases a body of work by photographer Balint Alovits. Read it via the link in bio! Alovits's body of work consists of over three-hundred portraits of students, staff and alumni part of the diverse community of artists, designers and creatives at the internationally renowned Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. During October–November 2020, the project culminated in a special exhibition titled CSM’s Church of Fashion at the iconic Mayfair's restaurant and cocktail bar @sketchlondon. Selected works from the exhibition are available to shop online. Presented in partnership with @artisall.info, this issue includes a complete catalogue of portraits from the project, presented alongside feature interviews with a selection of the sitters and insightful articles in response to the work. Alovits’s project was realised by @emilyondineburke and @Johannatcrafoord (as editors), in collaboration with the @thats_so_csm Instagram account and was co-directed by curator Lina Sophie Stallmann. @auc.art @csm_news #BalintAlovits #artisall #thatssocsm #PLMagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

Win tickets to Photo London 2021! 🎉🎉

We are giving away two tickets to Photo London 2021. Complete the short survey via the link in bio to be in with a chance of winning.

It takes only a few minutes to answer and we greatly appreciate your feedback, which allows us to understand our visitors better and further improve our services. 🙏

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Win tickets to Photo London 2021! 🎉🎉 We are giving away two tickets to Photo London 2021. Complete the short survey via the link in bio to be in with a chance of winning. It takes only a few minutes to answer and we greatly appreciate your feedback, which allows us to understand our visitors better and further improve our services. 🙏 Data collected is anonymous. Ph by @jeffreymilstein. #PhotoLondonFair #PhotoLondonFair21

✨Don’t miss the Nikon X National Gallery webinar 'Exploring the art of Still-Life within Paintings and Photography' ✨

Tuesday 15th December 2020, 5–6 pm GMT. Book now via the link in bio!

@nikonuknordic and The @nationalgallery are delighted to partner together for their first joint webinar, exploring the celebrated art of still-life. 🍷🌿🍈🍇
 
This one-hour event will see Nikon Ambassador @donnacrous and the National Gallery’s Curatorial Fellow @lucy_chiswell discuss the similarities and differences between two major art forms - painting and photography.
 
During this talk, Lucy will discuss the artistic qualities of Adraien Coort’s small but powerful 16th Century painting Still Life with a Bowl of Strawberries, a Spray of Gooseberries, Asparagus and a Plum, part of The National Gallery’s permanent collection, whilst Donna will share how she drew inspiration from this piece, using it to inform the creation of her own photography work, commissioned especially for this talk.
 
This lively discussion will give you tips on how to emulate the light, composition and colour seen in both Donna’s images and Adraien Coorts paintings whilst also giving you behind the scenes access into the processes used by both artists.

Image: Adriaen Coorte. Still Life with Strawberries, Gooseberries and Asparagus. 1703. © The National Gallery, London.

#AdraienCoorts #NationalGallery #NikonUKNordic #PLPartner #webinar #stilllife

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✨Don’t miss the Nikon X National Gallery webinar 'Exploring the art of Still-Life within Paintings and Photography' ✨ Tuesday 15th December 2020, 5–6 pm GMT. Book now via the link in bio! @nikonuknordic and The @nationalgallery are delighted to partner together for their first joint webinar, exploring the celebrated art of still-life. 🍷🌿🍈🍇 This one-hour event will see Nikon Ambassador @donnacrous and the National Gallery’s Curatorial Fellow @lucy_chiswell discuss the similarities and differences between two major art forms - painting and photography. During this talk, Lucy will discuss the artistic qualities of Adraien Coort’s small but powerful 16th Century painting Still Life with a Bowl of Strawberries, a Spray of Gooseberries, Asparagus and a Plum, part of The National Gallery’s permanent collection, whilst Donna will share how she drew inspiration from this piece, using it to inform the creation of her own photography work, commissioned especially for this talk. This lively discussion will give you tips on how to emulate the light, composition and colour seen in both Donna’s images and Adraien Coorts paintings whilst also giving you behind the scenes access into the processes used by both artists. Image: Adriaen Coorte. Still Life with Strawberries, Gooseberries and Asparagus. 1703. © The National Gallery, London. #AdraienCoorts #NationalGallery #NikonUKNordic #PLPartner #webinar #stilllife

Martin Parr walks through the latest @martinparrfdn exhibition ‘The Station’ by Chris Killip. Photographed in 1985, Killip’s images document the style, theatricality and raw energy of the Anarcho-Punk movement.

These images were taken at The Station, a music venue in Gateshead, the majority of which have previously lain unseen in Killip’s archives. The exhibition tour will be followed by a look into the MPF archive.

Watch the tour on our Talks Archive via the link in bio!

The Station by Chris Killip runs at the Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol, through December 20.

📸The Station, 1985 © Chris Killip.

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Martin Parr walks through the latest @martinparrfdn exhibition ‘The Station’ by Chris Killip. Photographed in 1985, Killip’s images document the style, theatricality and raw energy of the Anarcho-Punk movement. These images were taken at The Station, a music venue in Gateshead, the majority of which have previously lain unseen in Killip’s archives. The exhibition tour will be followed by a look into the MPF archive. Watch the tour on our Talks Archive via the link in bio! The Station by Chris Killip runs at the Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol, through December 20. 📸The Station, 1985 © Chris Killip. @martinparrstudio #ChrisKillip #TheStation #MartinParr #MartinParrFoundation #anarchopunk #virtualtour #punkphotography #TalksArchive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

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In the first episode of @prix_pictet’s podcast ‘A Lens on Sustainability’, Pioneering Brazilian documentary photographer @sebastiao.salgado.photographs, @unicef Goodwill Ambassador, discusses his terrifying encounters photographing 600 burning oil wells in Kuwait set on fire by Saddam Hussein, reforesting over 17,000 acres of Brazil by planting 2.8-million trees, and his thoughts on the role of photography in the climate change crisis. The topic of this first episode - Fire - coincides with the newly announced theme for the 9th Prix Pictet. Listen to the podcast via the link in bio and hear Salgado’s interview in full alongside that of celebrated photographers Richard Mosse and @danielbeltraphoto, and philosopher A.C. Grayling. Cover image: Sebastião Salgado, Kuwait, 1991. Copyright Sebastião Salgado. #prixpictet #kuwait #sebastiaosalgado #unicef #fire #oil #brazil #amazon #reforestation #deforestation #sustainability #sustainabilitypodcast #photographypodcast #artpodcast

In our latest talks archive video, @NOORimages’ @andreabruce and @jonlowenstein reflect on their experience reporting within the tense political and social climate in America today.

Follow the link in bio or visit photolondon.org/academy/talks to watch the panel.

Jon Lowenstein discusses his work following BLM activist Jedidah Brown. Andrea Bruce shares an exclusive sneak-peek into her project “Our Democracy” that explores how the meaning of democracy itself can vary from one community to another.

This panel discussion originally took place during Photo London Digital and teas organised in collaboration with @Nikonuknordic.

Image: © and Courtesy Jon Lowenstein

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In our latest talks archive video, @NOORimages’ @andreabruce and @jonlowenstein reflect on their experience reporting within the tense political and social climate in America today. Follow the link in bio or visit photolondon.org/academy/talks to watch the panel. Jon Lowenstein discusses his work following BLM activist Jedidah Brown. Andrea Bruce shares an exclusive sneak-peek into her project “Our Democracy” that explores how the meaning of democracy itself can vary from one community to another. This panel discussion originally took place during Photo London Digital and teas organised in collaboration with @Nikonuknordic. Image: © and Courtesy Jon Lowenstein #andreabruce #jonlowenstein #noor #noorimages #PhotoLondonLives #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonDigital #PhotoLondonFair