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Photo London

8 – 12 September 2021

What to expect

Photo London features the world's most iconic photographers, leading photography galleries and publishers, alongside the most exciting emerging galleries and talents exhibiting in the Discovery section.

With a growing roster of exhibitors from 14 countries, the Fair brings together UK-based galleries like James Hyman Gallery, Large Glass, October Gallery, Stewart & Skeels and The Photographers' Gallery, Atlas and major international galleries like Christophe Guye Galerie (Zürich), Galerie Peter Sillem (Frankfurt), Robert Morat (Berlin), Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporanea (Lisbon) and Galerie Thierry Bigaignon (Paris).

In the Discovery section, London's emerging spaces Black Box Projects A.I. Gallery, Encounter Contemporary, Open Doors, SEAGER Gallery will present alongside US-based Marshall Contemporary (Los Angeles); Gudberg Nerger (Hamburg), EUQINOM Gallery (San Francisco) and Tintera (Cairo) among others.

In the Publishers section, Photo London is delighted to welcome new exhibitor Gost Book (London), Kehrer Verlag (Heidelberg), Hoxton Mini Press (London), Éditions Xavier Barral / Atelier EXB (Paris), Dewi Lewis Publishing (U.K.), Benrido Atelier (Kyoto) and Thames & Hudson (London).

In addition, Photo London presents a unique Public Programme, including special exhibitions by the Master of Photography 2020-21 Shirin Neshat, in partnership with Goodman Gallery, and Robert Capa, in collaboration with Messums; as a series of talks with Lee Friedlander, Thomas Walther, Adam Lowe, Nancy Burson, Lorenzo Vitturi, and more; the Emerging Photographer Award, a series of professional photography workshops realised in partnership with Nikon UK and portfolio reviews led by the British Journal of Photography.

Those who are unable to travel can still experience the fair online through Photo London Digital, which will run alongside the physical Fair from 09-28 September 2021.

How to get there

Getting to London is easy. Trains run to London Paddington from across the South West and Wales.

Things to see and do in London

With so much to do in London, why not make a weekend of it. The city is constantly changing, meaning there’s almost always something new to see or do, with pop-up galleries and exhibitions springing up all the time. Make sure you don't miss the historical attractions and UNESCO World Heritage Sites too, like the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Palace of Westminster, and Maritime Greenwich.

If nightlife or shopping are more your thing, London won’t disappoint. London's music scene and heritage is truly spectacular. There are hundreds of live music venues, covering almost every genre imaginable. Equally, In London you can truly shop till you drop. From the high street of Oxford Street to the street markets of Camden, Portabello Road and Brick Lane there’s something for everyone.

Find out more about London and plan your trip.