19-21 May, 2017
Offprint London returns for its third edition to Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, hosting 140 independent and experimental publishers in contemporary art, photography and graphic design, in collaboration with Tate Modern.
12 May-21 May, 2017
The second year of the festival, FIX Photo is curated in response to the consequences of the dramatic political shifts of 2016. Exhibiting artists will issue a positive challenge to the social and cultural divisions of the past year through the presentation of work connected by four key themes: Identity, Community, Unity & Harmony and Environment.
18-20 May 2017
Founded in 2011, the London Photo Festival was set up by Emma Mapp and Kit Shah to give fellow new and emerging photographers an affordable way to display their art. This year’s theme is travel photography.
18-21 May 2017
Photo London was created in 2015 to give London an international photography event befitting the city’s status as a global cultural capital. Hosted each May at Somerset House, it has already established itself as a world-class photography fair and a catalyst for London’s dynamic photography community.
Admission: Variable, booking required
20 May 2017
Join acclaimed Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas for a talk related to her Multistory project and publication A Room of Their Own.
20-21 May 2017
On display and for sale will be unique and original vintage works from the entire history of photography from the 1840s through the 20th Century. Vintage modern masters from the 1920s will rub shoulders with rare daguerreotypes and original 1960s film and fashion press prints.
21 May 2017
Photographica is the United Kingdom’s largest photographic collectors fair and is organized by the Photographic Collectors Club of Great Britain. Having grown from small beginnings a typical Photographica will have around 135 tables offering everything from daguerreotypes and images, to brass and mahogany field cameras and Leica, through to old and new photographic books, collectible photographic accessories and supplies and tools for restoration.
25 May 2017
Part of a series of events inviting leading scholars, writers and artists to reflect on the question who are we becoming? Join us for lectures, conversation and photography that will look at how ideas of free movement, citizenship, national identity and Empire play out in the context of Britain’s planned exit from the European Union.
02 June 2017
Photographer Gemma Levine is celebrated for work in British Portraiture and her significant collaboration with sculptor Henry Moore. Having developed her technique under Moore’s mentorship, Levine expanded her practice to incorporate sitters ranging from Princess Diana and Tony Blair to David Hockney and Anthony Caro. Join Gemma Levine and Curator Ann Harezlak as they discuss Levine’s career, artistic mentorship and the special relationship between photography and sculpture.
18 June 2017
Swedish artist Emanuel Almborg discusses his Whitechapel Gallery commission Learning Matter, exploring anti-authoritarian pedagogies, democracy and collaboration. He is joined in conversation by Daskalopoulos Head of Education and Programmes Sofia Victorino.