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What to Expect at This Year’s Photo London 2018

Photo London will once again return to Somerset House for its fourth edition of the fair. The world-class photography fair will feature over 101 galleries from 18 different countries and take place from May 17 – May 20,2018.

 

The galleries exhibiting in 2018 were selected by an expert Curatorial Committee led by Philippe Garner, Former Director at Christie’s and International Head of Photographs and 20th Century Decorative Arts and Design. For the first time, a selected group of participating galleries have created special projects: Olivier Castaing/School Gallery (Paris) who will present an installation on ‘1968’; Hans P. Kraus Jr. (New York) who will curate a major exhibition on the legacy of William Henry Fox Talbot with vintage prints shown alongside contemporary artworks by Adam Fuss, Cornelia Parker, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Mike Robinson and Vera Lutter; and White Cube (London) who will create a solo show by Darren Almond.

 

This year’s Master of Photography is Canadian fine art photographer Edward Burtynsky. As part of Photo London’s 2018 Public Programme, Burtynsky will present a special exhibition of new and rarely-seen work including a preview of his latest project Anthropocene.

 

“We’ve had five great extinctions,” Burtynsky says, referring to prehistoric devastations from the “Great Dying” of the Permian eruptions, to the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs. “Now our species is having a similar effect—we are the equivalent of a meteor impact.”

 

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See below for the full exhibitor list.

 

Participating Galleries: 

Akio Nagasawa, Tokyo

ATLAS Gallery, London

Augusta Edwards Fine Art, London

Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto – Vancouver

Beetles and Huxley, London

Bernard Quaritch Ltd, London

BILDHALLE, Zurich

Blanca Berlín, Madrid

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York

Camera Oscura Galeria De Arte, Madrid

CAMERA WORK, Berlin

Casa Nova Arte E Cultural Contemporânea, Brazil

Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago

Christophe Guye Galerie, Zurich

Contrasto Galleria, Milan

Crane Kalman, Brighton

Danziger Gallery, New York

David Hill, London

Eleven Fine Art, Twickenham

England & Co, London

Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles

Flowers Gallery, London – New York

Galerie Clémentine de la Féronnière, Paris

Galerie Esther Woerdehoff, Paris

Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna

Galerie Johannes Faber, Vienna

Galerie les Filles du Calvaire, Paris

Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Galleria del Cembalo, Rome

Galleria Valeria Bella, Milan

Galerie Vasari, Buenos Aires

Gallery Taik Persons, Berlin – Helsinki

Galerie Tanit, Beirut – Munich

Gazelli Art House, Baku – London

HackelBury Fine Art, London

Hamiltons, London

Hans P. Kraus Jr., New York

HDM Gallery, Beijing

Heillandi Gallery, Lugano

Holden Luntz Gallery, Palm Beach

Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

IBASHO, Antwerp

Iconic Images, London

ILEX Gallery, Rome

James Hyman, London

Louise Alexander Gallery, Porto Cervo

Magnum Photos, London – Paris

Mariane Ibrahim, Seattle

Mohsen Gallery, Beirut

Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen

Michael Hoppen Gallery, London

Nailya Alexander, New York

Ncontemporary, London

Officine dell’Immagine, Milan

Paci Contemporary, Brescia

Peter Fetterman Gallery, Santa Monica

PILAR SERRA, Madrid

Podbielski Contemporary, Berlin

Polka Galerie, Paris

Purdy Hicks Gallery, London

Robert Hershkowitz Ltd, Lindfield – London

Robert Morat Galerie, Berlin

RocioSantaCruz, Barcelona

Roland Belgrave Vintage Photography Ltd., Brighton

Roman Road, London

Ronchini, London

ROSEGallery, Santa Monica

School Gallery / Olivier Castaing, Paris

See + Gallery, Beijing

Staley-Wise, New York

The Little Black Gallery, London

Three Shadows plus3 Gallery, Beijing

The Photographers’ Gallery, London

TJ Boulting, London

White Cube, London

White Space Gallery, London

Yumiko Chiba Associates, Tokyo

29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery, Milan

55Bellechasse, Paris & Miami

Special Exhibitors: 

Leica Camera

British Journal of Photography/Austrian National Tourist Office

LensCulture

Discovery Galleries: 

A.I. Gallery, London

Almanaque, Mexico

Art + Text, Budapest

Black Box Projects, London

Cob Gallery, London

Espace JB, Carouge

EUQINOMprojects, San Francisco

Galerie Jo Van de Loo, Munich

H-Gallery, Paris

Joanna Bryant and Julian Page, London

Kana Kawanishi Gallery, Tokyo

l’étrangère, London

LARGE GLASS, London

LhGWR, Den Haag

MARYMARY Gallery, New York

Maximillian William, London

MMX Gallery, London

ON Gallery, Beijing

Raffaella De Chirico Contemporary Art, Turin

Sid Motion Gallery, London

Webber Gallery Space, London

Yuka Tsurano Gallery, Tokyo

 

Photo London 2018, May 17-20, 2018, Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA
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