Exhibitions in London

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Lorenzo Vitturi: Dalston Anatomy

  • Free

Focusing on east London’s Ridley Road Market, the Italian artist and local resident manages to distil the area’s individuality and dynamism in these captivating photographs. Spurred on by the transforming power of gentrification, Vitturi captures the ‘face’ of a disappearing locale. READ OUR INTERVIEW HERE.

  1. Photographers' Gallery Ramillies Street, W1F 7LW
  2. Sat Aug 30 - Sun Oct 19
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Martin Parr: Signs Of The Times

  • Free

Parr’s photographs from the revealing 1990s TV series about the taste of the nation.

  1. Beetles & Huxley Swallow Street, W1B 4DE
  2. Sat Aug 30
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IWM Contemporary: Mark Neville

  • Free

As part of the launch of the Imperial War Museum's new First World War Galleries, this exhibition from British artist Mark Neville is a response to the war in Afghanistan. The photographs and films are a moving and direct portrayal of young British soldiers, and Afghan children growing up in the midst of the violence.

  1. Imperial War Museum Lambeth Rd, SE1 6HZ
  2. Until Thu Sep 25
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Joan Fontcuberta: Stranger Than Fiction

The Science Museum’s Media Space, which launched last year, showcases work held in the National Photography Collection and aims to explore the connections between photography, science, art and technology. Barcelona-born Joan Fontcuberta’s ‘Stranger Than Fiction’ plays on the viewer’s trust in the authenticity of photography by presenting mischievously misleading evidence of extraordinary creatures, people and places. The conceptual

  1. Science Museum Exhibition Rd, SW7 2DD
  2. Until Sun Nov 9
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Primrose: Early Colour Photography in Russia

  • Free

The social history of Russia is charted through this beautiful and intriguing assortment of images.

  1. Photographers' Gallery 16-18 Ramillies St, W1F 7LW
  2. Sat Aug 30 - Sun Oct 19
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Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album

  • Rated as: 4/5

Many stars claim that had they not been actors, they’d have been hooligans; by all accounts Dennis Hopper (1936-2010) managed to be both. In 1955 aged 19, he appeared in ‘Rebel Without a Cause’. In 1961, wife-to-be Brooke Hayward gave him a camera and for the next few years he interspersed his acting roles and drug-related insanity with thousands of black-and-white photographs.

  1. Royal Academy of Arts Burlington House, Piccadilly, W1J 0BD
  2. Until Sun Oct 19
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Nina B
Nina B

Many of your exhibitions are closed. Your website is clearly not regularly updated.