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Photo London Presents: ‘The Future of Photography: A New Landscape’ at Somerset House – 17th February 2016



Image: Chloe Dewe Mathews, Crude oil reservoir, Azerbaijan, 2010 ( Courtesy of Public Programme of Photo London 2016 )

Gathering some of the most interesting young photographers working today, this panel discussion will explore the changes in contemporary photography, and the way our perception of the medium is changing in an era when photography and the sharing of images is accessible to everyone.

The discussion will explore how these changes are affecting new bodies of work, and how new perceptions on curation of exhibitions is informing the commercial art world and is shaping the future of the medium.

The panel consists of:

Chloe Dewe Mathews, an award-winning photographic artist

Lydia Goldblatt, artist, photographer

Juno Calypso, artist working with photography, film and installation

chaired by Brandei Estes, Head of Photography at Sotheby’s


Contributor : Pippa Jane Wielgos


For more information or book tickets, visit the Somerset House website here

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