Photo London brings together 80 of the world’s leading galleries in one of the major international photography fairs. Photo London runs for four days at Somerset House and visitors will be able to visit the main fair of 80 of the world’s leading galleries, gain access to major publishers, book signings, special installations and entry to three major exhibitions.
Highlights include :
Don McCullin: Photo London Master of Photography 2016
This exhibitions will honour the work of legendary war photographer, Don McCullin, recently named as the Photo London Master of Photography 2016. Visitors to Photo London will have a rare opportunity to hear Don McCullin speak in a public conversation at Somerset House with Tate Photography Curator, Simon Baker on Thursday 19 May 2016.
Craigie Horsfield, from the collection of the Wilson Centre for Photography
At the Embankment Galleries at Somerset House there will be an exhibition by Turner Prize nominated artist Craigie Horsfield . The Wilson Centre is the private collection of Michael G. Wilson OBE. The Centre loans photographs to museums throughout the world and is delighted to be exhibiting a selection of Horsfield’s photographs from the collection.
Sergei Chilikov: Photoprovocation, from the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
The celebrated Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow (formerly Moscow House of Photography) is the only museum in Russia to have a specialised programme of festivals and projects. Olga Sviblova, its Director, will curate a special exhibition for Photo London at Somerset House of contemporary Russian photography from Sergei Chilikov.
Day tickets £25.00, concessions £20.00 (plus booking fees)
Children (age 4-16) £16.00, Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) £65.00 (plus booking fees)
Weekend Pass £36.00 (plus booking fees)
If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the Somerset House website here
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