Addicted to Instagram or permanently attached to your SLR? For photography fans, London's got plenty to get excited about. Keep up to date with the latest exhibition reviews, discover the best photography galleries to visit and see how just how good looking London is when captured in the lens. And if you're looking for inspiration, see the Top 40 Photos of London ever taken.
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Must-see London photography exhibitions
JEW: Photographs by John Offenbach
These 34 large-scale photographs by John Offenbach explore what it means to be Jewish today. Sitters include religious and secular Jews, school teachers and convicted criminals, homeless and wealthy people. The photographer travelled the globe to photograph people in twelve different countries including Ethiopia, Ukraine, Argentina and China.
Alfredo Jaar: 25 Years Later
Thousands upon thousands of eyes stare at you in Alfredo Jaar’s new exhibition. They peer out from a huge mound of slides on a massive light table, piled messily as high as your head. But as you get closer, you realise that it’s just one pair of eyes, repeated forever, on each slide.
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Michael Hoppen Gallery
Michael Hoppen Gallery, set up in 1993, exhibits exclusively fine art photography. The second floor is dedicated to high quality contemporary work from well known photographers such as Daido Moriyama, through rising stars such as Desiree Dolron to edgier, newly discovered talents. Superbly produced artists' books, some published in house, are available to buy from the gallery.
V&A Photographs Gallery
An early pioneer in collecting and exhibiting photography, the V&A now boasts a permanent gallery dedicated to the medium. The inaugural exhibition charts the history of the photography with a display of beautiful and remarkable images taken between 1839 and the 1960s. Two further spaces are devoted to exploring the work of key photographic figures such as Julia-Margaret Cameron and Henri-Cartier Bresson. Temporary displays, primarily showcasing contemporary photography, will be shown in the V&A’s existing photographs gallery.