Photo London, one of the world’s biggest photography fairs, is bringing together the world’s leading galleries to show and sell work by photographers for this year’s edition.
Relaunched in 2015, the annual photography fair now in its eight year has become a firm fixture on the fine art and professional photography calendar and this year brings together 125 exhibitors from 56 countries.
According to digitalcameraworld.com, this week the event returns to Somerset House in London’s West End on 11-14 May. An amazing place, the outlet writes, to keep your pulse on what’s happening in the industry, network and find inspiration. Not only that, there will also be galleries, exhibitors, book publishers, and a public programme of talks and tours.
Those who can’t be in London are not left out as the fourth edition of Photo London Digital will run from 10-29 May. Launched in 2020 during the pandemic, this virtual festival has now evolved into a year-round event, incorporating online panel discussions and workshops for people who aren’t able to attend in person.
Led by the Master of Photography exhibition “Martin Parr. Recent Works’” this year’s fair also includes the group shows “Writing her own Script. Women Photographers from the Hyman Collection” and “Fotografía Maroma”, awards for young photographers, a talks programme curated by Aperture, and plenty more.
Tickets to Photo London 2023, which opens 1 pm to 8 pm daily with no re-entry, are now on sale.