London Festival of Photography

5 out of 5 stars
(15user reviews)
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London-wide festival of documentary, street and conceptual photography. Around 18 exhibitions and 40 workshops and other events are included, focused on venues around King's Cross, Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia, including the British Library and the British Museum. See the website for a programme.


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Really cool stuff, love that they've had so many different exhibitions that were still related to one theme. And the venues are all so close to one another, you can just stroll from one to the next - really well done, definitely going to next year's one!

something for everyone. Some really Great venues like Kurt Tong's exhibition in the old horse hospital, which is a must to see, while you look round you can Enjoy some Chinese tea!

great exhibitions, though some are harder to find than others! Favorites so far include Tiksi at Camulet gallery, Inside Out and Behind closed doors at Fitzroy Community Center and Minnie Wiesz.. Am looking forward to seeing the rest before the end of month.

Don't miss Kurt Tong's exhibition at the Horse Hospital! Great installation!

Amazing event!With a small team they put up brilliant exhibitions,talks and workshops around London!Definitely recommending to everyone!

amazing!!!! just returning from portfolio reviews... and was so helpfull. When would I have another chance to have my portfolio reviewed by people such as Sue Steward - Photography Critic for The Evening Standard and for BBC Radio2’s Arts Magazine. The festival, spread all over, King's Cross, Euston, is creative and charming!!! There are 24hrs exhibitions, one is under some archs in construction... Really charming places!!!! I am in hunt! With the festival map in hand, I find myself descovering such beautiful area of London!!! Congratulations!!!!!

Poor compared to other events - gallery been shut three times when I've tried to visit. Badly organised.

Amazing festival. Excited to see Gadaffi archive and loved the Edward Burtynsky exhibition.