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International Photography Fair Somerset House, London, 9–12 September 2021 #PhotoLondonFair Campaign image by @chiaraambrosiovisualartist

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For the 48th edition of the Photo London magazine, we are delighted to introduce photographer Christina Seely, who will be presented by @equinomgallery in the Discovery section at this year’s Fair.

Seely is a research-based visual artist whose multidisciplinary photographic practice stretches into the fields of science, design, sound, and architecture and culminates in a range of visual and collaborative translations.

Click on the link in bio to read the magazine!

Image: Christina Seely, Terra Systema - Flumen 10, 2017 Vellum + Archival Inkjet Prints, 38 x 30 in (96.50 x 76.20 cm), edition of 4. Courtesy of the Artist and EUQINOM Gallery.

#ChristinaSeely #EUQINOMGallery #PLmagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #photolondonexhibitor

Photo London

For the 48th edition of the Photo London magazine, we are delighted to introduce photographer Christina Seely, who will be presented by @equinomgallery in the Discovery section at this year’s Fair. Seely is a research-based visual artist whose multidisciplinary photographic practice stretches into the fields of science, design, sound, and architecture and culminates in a range of visual and collaborative translations. Click on the link in bio to read the magazine! Image: Christina Seely, Terra Systema - Flumen 10, 2017 Vellum + Archival Inkjet Prints, 38 x 30 in (96.50 x 76.20 cm), edition of 4. Courtesy of the Artist and EUQINOM Gallery. #ChristinaSeely #EUQINOMGallery #PLmagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #photolondonexhibitor

Photo London

Summer photography reads? Our Book Club has you covered! ⭐ Book of the Month: Revue NEUF, @delpireandco - @pepbonet_noor 'Hellbangers', @hannibal_books - Neil Folberg 'A Mirror in Macedonia', @lecturis - @jamie.hawkesworth 'The British Isles', @mack_books - @davidhurnphoto Isle of Wight Festival 1969 & 1970, @caferoyalbooks - @rinkokawauchi 'Des Osieaux', @atelier_exb - @erikmadiganheck ‘The Garden’, @damiani_books ..and more! Don't miss the Book Club live talk on Wednesday, 28 July. Stuart Alexander, Editorial Director of delpire & co, and Francis Hodgson, profes­sor in the Culture of Photography at the University of Brighton, will discuss the seminal role played by Revue NEUF and the beginnings of Delpire Editeur. Hit the link in bio to explore this month's book club and reserve your place for the live talk! Images: Revue NEUF cover, © delpire & co, 2021; Pep Bonet, Botswana, Ghanzi, May 2017. © Pep Bonet; book cover Neil Folberg, ‘A Mirror in Macedonia’, Lecturis, 2021. Courtesy @vnfgallery; From Jamie Hawkesworth, ‘The British Isles’, MACK, 2021. © the Artist Courtesy MACK; David Hurn, Isle of Wight Festival 1969 & 1970, Café Royal Books, 2021; Des oiseaux © Rinko Kawauchi Courtesy Atelier EXB / Editions Xavier Barral. @noorimages #revueneuf #delpireandco #pepbonet #hellbangers #hannibalbooks #neilfolberg #lecturis #jamiehawkesworth #thebritishisles #mackbooks davidhurnphoto #isleofwightfestival #caferoyalbooks #rinkokawauchi #desoiseaux #atelierexb #photolondonbookclub #photolondonacademy #photolondonfair

LIVE TODAY!
6.30 pm BST | 7.30 pm CET | 13.30 pm ET

Join South African photographer Guy Tillim as he discusses his work with Valeria Carullo, Photographs Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (@riba)

Free. Register via the link in bio to attend!

Guy Tillim creates complex, photo essays exploring life in troubled regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. He has photographed child soldiers in Congo, refugees in Angola, people who live in the high rises of Johannesburg, and the surrealistic decay of post-colonial modern architecture in many parts of the continent.

Image: © and Courtesy Guy Tillim.

#GuyTillim #ValeriaCarullo #Africa #RIBA #builtenvironment #PhotoLondonLive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

Photo London

LIVE TODAY! 6.30 pm BST | 7.30 pm CET | 13.30 pm ET Join South African photographer Guy Tillim as he discusses his work with Valeria Carullo, Photographs Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (@riba) Free. Register via the link in bio to attend! Guy Tillim creates complex, photo essays exploring life in troubled regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. He has photographed child soldiers in Congo, refugees in Angola, people who live in the high rises of Johannesburg, and the surrealistic decay of post-colonial modern architecture in many parts of the continent. Image: © and Courtesy Guy Tillim. #GuyTillim #ValeriaCarullo #Africa #RIBA #builtenvironment #PhotoLondonLive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

📣Applications for the second edition Photo London Digital are now open!📣

We are delighted that the first edition was met with tremendous enthusiasm. Many of you asked us to continue and enhance our digital work, and as a response, we have invested time and dedication to offering exclusive content through the Academy. Each month we continue our commitment to bringing great photography to those far and near and now with the second edition of Photo London Digital, we are extending an invitation to participate to those who feel unable to travel despite the easing of restrictions in the UK.

The digital fair will supplement the physical event at Somerset House and will run on artsy.com and on photolondon.org from 9–28 September 2021 (preview on Artsy on 8 September), alongside our programme of Talks, which this year moves entirely online.

We are excited to keep growing in new directions with the support of our incredible partners and pleased to share this journey with you. 🎉🤩

@artsy #artsy #photolondondigital21 #photolondondigital #photolondonfair

Photo London

📣Applications for the second edition Photo London Digital are now open!📣 We are delighted that the first edition was met with tremendous enthusiasm. Many of you asked us to continue and enhance our digital work, and as a response, we have invested time and dedication to offering exclusive content through the Academy. Each month we continue our commitment to bringing great photography to those far and near and now with the second edition of Photo London Digital, we are extending an invitation to participate to those who feel unable to travel despite the easing of restrictions in the UK. The digital fair will supplement the physical event at Somerset House and will run on artsy.com and on photolondon.org from 9–28 September 2021 (preview on Artsy on 8 September), alongside our programme of Talks, which this year moves entirely online. We are excited to keep growing in new directions with the support of our incredible partners and pleased to share this journey with you. 🎉🤩 @artsy #artsy #photolondondigital21 #photolondondigital #photolondonfair

This Wednesday don't miss South African photographer Guy Tillim in conversation with Valeria Carullo, Photographs Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (@riba). They will be talking about Tillim's work and his representation of the built environment, in particular his photos of the African cities.

Wed 7 July, 6.30 pm BST | 7.30 pm CET | 13.30 pm ET.
Free, registration required via the link in bio!

Guy Tillim creates complex, photo essays exploring life in troubled regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. He has photographed child soldiers in Congo, refugees in Angola, people who live in the high rises of Johannesburg, and the surrealistic decay of post-colonial modern architecture in many parts of the continent.

Image: © and Courtesy Guy Tillim.

#GuyTillim #ValeriaCarullo #Africa #RIBA #builtenvironment #PhotoLondonLive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

Photo London

This Wednesday don't miss South African photographer Guy Tillim in conversation with Valeria Carullo, Photographs Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (@riba). They will be talking about Tillim's work and his representation of the built environment, in particular his photos of the African cities. Wed 7 July, 6.30 pm BST | 7.30 pm CET | 13.30 pm ET. Free, registration required via the link in bio! Guy Tillim creates complex, photo essays exploring life in troubled regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. He has photographed child soldiers in Congo, refugees in Angola, people who live in the high rises of Johannesburg, and the surrealistic decay of post-colonial modern architecture in many parts of the continent. Image: © and Courtesy Guy Tillim. #GuyTillim #ValeriaCarullo #Africa #RIBA #builtenvironment #PhotoLondonLive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

Next Wednesday, 7 July
6.30 pm BST | 7.30 pm CET | 13.30 pm ET

Join South African photographer Guy Tillim as he discusses his photos of African cities, the built environment and his work with Valeria Carullo, Photographs Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (@riba)

Guy Tillim (born 1962) is known for his work focusing on troubled regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. His photographs and projects have been exhibited internationally and form the basis of several of Tillim's published books.

Free, register via the link in bio!

Image: © and Courtesy Guy Tillim.

#GuyTillim #ValeriaCarullo #Africa #RIBA #builtenvironment #PhotoLondonLive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

Photo London

Next Wednesday, 7 July 6.30 pm BST | 7.30 pm CET | 13.30 pm ET Join South African photographer Guy Tillim as he discusses his photos of African cities, the built environment and his work with Valeria Carullo, Photographs Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (@riba) Guy Tillim (born 1962) is known for his work focusing on troubled regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. His photographs and projects have been exhibited internationally and form the basis of several of Tillim's published books. Free, register via the link in bio! Image: © and Courtesy Guy Tillim. #GuyTillim #ValeriaCarullo #Africa #RIBA #builtenvironment #PhotoLondonLive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

Photo London

Meet the new Nikon Z fc! This mirrorless camera combines the look and feel of the legendary Nikon FM2 film camera with the innovation of Nikon Z. From daily explorations to big adventures, you get the freedom to capture brilliant photos and movies. Moment to moment. Check out the launch video and find out more about this brand new camera in our stories! Image: © George Karbus. @nikonuknordic #NikonZfc #PLpartner

South African photographer Guy Tillim creates complex, photo essays exploring life in troubled regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. He has photographed child soldiers in Congo, refugees in Angola, people who live in the high rises of Johannesburg, and the surrealistic decay of post-colonial modern architecture in many parts of the continent.

Next Wednesday, 7th July, join Guy Tillim for a conversation on his photos of African cities, the representation of the built environment and his wider practice with Valeria Carullo, Photographs Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (@riba)

6.30 pm BST | 7.30 pm CET | 13.30 pm ET. Free, registration required via the link in bio!

Image: © and Courtesy Guy Tillim.

#GuyTillim #ValeriaCarullo #Africa #RIBA #builtenvironment #PhotoLondonLive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

Photo London

South African photographer Guy Tillim creates complex, photo essays exploring life in troubled regions of Sub-Saharan Africa. He has photographed child soldiers in Congo, refugees in Angola, people who live in the high rises of Johannesburg, and the surrealistic decay of post-colonial modern architecture in many parts of the continent. Next Wednesday, 7th July, join Guy Tillim for a conversation on his photos of African cities, the representation of the built environment and his wider practice with Valeria Carullo, Photographs Curator at the Royal Institute of British Architects (@riba) 6.30 pm BST | 7.30 pm CET | 13.30 pm ET. Free, registration required via the link in bio! Image: © and Courtesy Guy Tillim. #GuyTillim #ValeriaCarullo #Africa #RIBA #builtenvironment #PhotoLondonLive #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

From his Prix Pictet award-winning series 'Yangtze – The Long River' through to his intimate figure studies, Nadav Kander’s photographic work has been described as both beautiful and uneasy, alluding to the quiet and emotive aspects of human experience and the plurality of truths beneath the surface.

Kander is the protagonist of our latest magazine - hit the link in bio to read it!

@nadavkander @prix_pictet @flowersgallery

Image: Yibin VIII (Bathers), Sichuan Province, 2007, from the series 'Yangtze – The Long River'.

#nadavkander  #PLmagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

Photo London

From his Prix Pictet award-winning series 'Yangtze – The Long River' through to his intimate figure studies, Nadav Kander’s photographic work has been described as both beautiful and uneasy, alluding to the quiet and emotive aspects of human experience and the plurality of truths beneath the surface. Kander is the protagonist of our latest magazine - hit the link in bio to read it! @nadavkander @prix_pictet @flowersgallery Image: Yibin VIII (Bathers), Sichuan Province, 2007, from the series 'Yangtze – The Long River'. #nadavkander #PLmagazine #PhotoLondonAcademy #PhotoLondonFair

In late 2020, Teju Cole photographed his kitchen counter every day over the course of five weeks, working in the still life tradition, and composed a long essay.

The resulting book, 'Golden Apple of the Sun' (MACK, 2021) is a luminous and humane work, presented with the formal boldness and oblique intelligence we have come to expect from Teju Cole.

'Golden Apple of the Sun' is part of our June Photography Book Club. Hit the link in bio to discover this and the other recommended titles!

@mack_books @_tejucole

Image: Teju Cole, ‘Golden Apple of the Sun’. © Teju Cole Courtesy MACK.

#tejucole #mack #photolondonbookclub #photolondonacademy #photolondonfair#photographybook #photographybookclub

Photo London

In late 2020, Teju Cole photographed his kitchen counter every day over the course of five weeks, working in the still life tradition, and composed a long essay. The resulting book, 'Golden Apple of the Sun' (MACK, 2021) is a luminous and humane work, presented with the formal boldness and oblique intelligence we have come to expect from Teju Cole. 'Golden Apple of the Sun' is part of our June Photography Book Club. Hit the link in bio to discover this and the other recommended titles! @mack_books @_tejucole Image: Teju Cole, ‘Golden Apple of the Sun’. © Teju Cole Courtesy MACK. #tejucole #mack #photolondonbookclub #photolondonacademy #photolondonfair #photographybook #photographybookclub

Congratulations to Annie Leibovitz on receiving the Académie des beaux-arts Photography Award – William Klein! 🎉👏

A lifetime achievement award, the biannual Académie des beaux-arts Photography Award – William Klein honours a photographer of any nationality for their body of work and long-term contribution to the field of photography.

The award was created in was in 2019 by the Académie des beaux-arts with the support of the Chengdu Contemporary Image Museum in a tribute to the work of photographer, painter, visual artist, graphic designer and film director William Klein.

Klein is an honorary member of the jury, which this year includes also our very own founder, Fariba Farshad!

Read more academiedesbeauxarts.fr

Image: © Annie Leibovitz.

@academiedesbeauxarts @annieleibovitz #annieleibovitz #academiedesbeauxarts #williamkleinaward #faribafarshad

Photo London

Congratulations to Annie Leibovitz on receiving the Académie des beaux-arts Photography Award – William Klein! 🎉👏 A lifetime achievement award, the biannual Académie des beaux-arts Photography Award – William Klein honours a photographer of any nationality for their body of work and long-term contribution to the field of photography. The award was created in was in 2019 by the Académie des beaux-arts with the support of the Chengdu Contemporary Image Museum in a tribute to the work of photographer, painter, visual artist, graphic designer and film director William Klein. Klein is an honorary member of the jury, which this year includes also our very own founder, Fariba Farshad! Read more academiedesbeauxarts.fr Image: © Annie Leibovitz. @academiedesbeauxarts @annieleibovitz #annieleibovitz #academiedesbeauxarts #williamkleinaward #faribafarshad

Sebastião Salgado: 'AMAZÔNIA' - LIVE TODAY‼️

Sebastião Salgado, one of the most recognised photographers working today, presents his latest project and book AMAZÔNIA (Taschen, 2021) in conversation with his long time gallerist Peter Fetterman.

Don't miss this extraordinary occasion to hear Salgado talk about the six years he spent in the Brazilian Amazon documenting its natural beauty and indigenous peoples, and all the challenges he faced to complete this project. 🍃🌴🌳

5 pm BST | 6pm CET | 12 pm ET | 9 am PT
Register via the link in bio - it's FREE as part of our Book Club photolondon.org/bookclub

Image: An igapó, a type of forest frequently flooded by river water, with palms and other emerging trees. In the center of the photo, a tree whose trunk is covered with water: an aldina (Aldina latifolia). At right, a jauari palm tree (Astrocaryum jauari). Anavilhanas archipelago, Anavilhanas National Park, Lower Rio Negro. State of Amazonas, 2019. © Sebastião Salgado Courtesy TASCHEN.

@sebastiaosalgadooficial @peterfettermangallery @taschen

#sebastiaosalgado #amazonia #taschen #photolondonbookclub #photolondonacademy #photolondonfair

Photo London

Sebastião Salgado: 'AMAZÔNIA' - LIVE TODAY‼️ Sebastião Salgado, one of the most recognised photographers working today, presents his latest project and book AMAZÔNIA (Taschen, 2021) in conversation with his long time gallerist Peter Fetterman. Don't miss this extraordinary occasion to hear Salgado talk about the six years he spent in the Brazilian Amazon documenting its natural beauty and indigenous peoples, and all the challenges he faced to complete this project. 🍃🌴🌳 5 pm BST | 6pm CET | 12 pm ET | 9 am PT Register via the link in bio - it's FREE as part of our Book Club photolondon.org/bookclub Image: An igapó, a type of forest frequently flooded by river water, with palms and other emerging trees. In the center of the photo, a tree whose trunk is covered with water: an aldina (Aldina latifolia). At right, a jauari palm tree (Astrocaryum jauari). Anavilhanas archipelago, Anavilhanas National Park, Lower Rio Negro. State of Amazonas, 2019. © Sebastião Salgado Courtesy TASCHEN. @sebastiaosalgadooficial @peterfettermangallery @taschen #sebastiaosalgado #amazonia #taschen #photolondonbookclub #photolondonacademy #photolondonfair

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