Photo London Digital: Featured Exhibitors

Artsy Fairs
Oct 2, 2020 11:19am
ASZ Fine Art is an art gallery founded by Ana Sánchez Zinny in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It specialises in Contemporary Photography and is dedicated to supporting and presenting the work of emerging Argentinian artists. The gallery aims to promote photographers who explore the narrative and the symbolic in their art, whilst focusing their artistic processes in the creation of new meanings. In its role as a platform for reflection, education and production of Contemporary Photography, ASZ Fine Art regularly showcases the work of its artists, from fostering exhibitions in cultural institutions to participating in photography fairs.
HackelBury Fine Art deals in 20th and 21st-century artworks from a carefully selected stable of artists. The gallery was opened in 1998 and continues to evolve and progress through an expanding program of gallery exhibitions, museum projects and publishing ventures.
Our primary focus is on pioneering contemporary mid-career artists, with an emphasis on museum projects. Pushing the boundaries of various media; the work and practice of these artists encompasses the worlds of photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, architecture and performance.
Von Lintel Gallery Founded by Tarrah von Lintel more than 25 years ago, Von Lintel Gallery has continually developed its discerning curatorial point of view. The gallery predominantly features photography and unique works on paper that are forward-thinking and challenging while maintaining a strong sense of aesthetic tradition. Focusing on a selective roster of artists who quietly push the boundaries of medium and materiality, the gallery exhibits art that will continue to engage the viewer over time.
Tarrah von Lintel began her career in Paris, working first with Galerie Claire Burrus and then Thaddeus Ropac before opening her own gallery in Munich in 1993. Her gallery featured many NY artists, some of whom she continues to represent today, leading to her move to NYC’s growing Chelsea district in 1999. After 15 successful years in NY, the gallery relocated to Los Angeles, in recognition of LA’s growing importance on the international art scene.
Von Lintel artists have shown or placed work in important public collections, among them The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Museum of Modern Art; The Whitney Museum of American Art; the International Center of Photography; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the High Museum; The Getty; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art; and Londonʼs National Gallery of Art.
Galerie Springer Berlin will present new works by Edward Burtynsky, Ute Mahler and Werner Mahler, Kathrin Linkersdorff and Aitor Ortiz.
The presentation will be completed by works of Jens Liebchen, Arnold Odermatt and Georges Rousse.
The programme of the gallery is focusing on classic and contemporary photography and comprises a group of international artists whose works form insightful dialogues. Besides four to six exhibitions in Berlin and the participation in national and international art fairs, our activities are completed by support service for private and public collections. The gallery was founded in 1991 in Frankfurt (Main) as Springer & Winckler Galerie. In 1998 it moved to Berlin into the legendary spaces of Rudolf Springer. Since 2012 the gallery is run by Heide and Robert Springer as GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN, a name full of tradition.
Known for its program of contemporary photography, Yancey Richardson Gallery has chosen to feature gallery artists who utilize the reductive qualities of black and white photography to create work that explores complex concepts of beauty and desire. Through the classical medium of gelatin silver prints, the artists transform the literal into the evocative, dramatic and timeless. Our presentation includes recent work by Matt Lipps, Zanele Muholi and Mickalene Thomas in addition to iconic work by Irving Penn, Mark Steinmetz and Masao Yamamoto.
Founded in 2017, OPEN DOORS is a global platform for contemporary photographic artists. The gallery aims to give the world’s best emerging talent an opportunity to reach new audiences, and works with a very broad range of artists. From unique collage and sculptural artworks to dark room creations, landscapes, portrait and street artists.
As well as representing the developing careers of several award-winning photographic artists, OPEN DOORS believes in making art accessible, affordable and obtainable. We aim to surprise people by challenging what they believe photographic art to be whilst also respecting the more traditional photographic methods.
Founded in 1980 by Jacques and Helen Bellefeuille, Galerie de Bellefeuille is one of the largest and most recognized independently run art galleries in Canada. Quickly recognizing the underrepresentation of international art in the Canadian market, the directors worked to develop a relationship with a number of internationally acclaimed artists.
With a reputation for excellence and high levels of service, Galerie de Bellefeuille continues its vibrant cultural agenda, striving to present the best in fine Canadian and International art, from paintings and prints to photography and sculpture, spotlighting their artists at international art fairs such as Art NY, Art Toronto, Photo London, Expo Chicago, Art Miami and Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary.
Goodman Gallery is one of the most distinguished and longest-standing international contemporary art galleries. Established in Johannesburg in 1966, the gallery works with artists who are at once contemporary, influential and strive to shift perspectives and engender social transformation.
Founded during the era of apartheid, Goodman Gallery offered a non-discriminatory space when museums served the agenda of the autocratic government. Since 2008, under the directorship of Liza Essers, Goodman Gallery has expanded on this legacy, shifted its focus, and introduced numerous pivotal curatorial initiatives and partnerships. Essers has promoted a global outlook, while initiating unconventional interventions both within and outside of the traditional gallery space.
Founded in 1981, the Staley-Wise Gallery has pioneered fashion photography as an art form. The gallery has curated exhibitions highlighting excellence in the genre by photographers who have led the field through elegance, wit, and invention. This work has been recognized for exhibition in major museums globally and continues its influence in the art world.
Private dealers based in London and Scotland, we specialise in 19th and early 20th century photographs and photographically illustrated books, primarily focusing on the work of British photographers. We also act as agents for the sale of photographic collections, with an emphasis on placing significant historical work in public institutions. This year we will bring colour to Photo London, in works that reveal that from the earliest days of photography, colour was an important element, whether through the addition of hand-applied pigments or the use of processes that were not the familiar brown tones of albumen prints. We plan to exhibit hand-coloured, autochrome, cyanotype, tri-chrome carbro and photochrom prints, as well as daguerreotypes.

GALERIE NUMBER 8 is a young contemporary art gallery representing a globally diverse roster of emerging artists in photography and mixed media.
The brainchild of founder and chief curator Marie Gomis-Trezise, GALERIE NUMBER 8 presents work that looks to broaden common perceptions of identity, representation and the human condition.
The gallery operates online from Brussels.
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THE CLIMB: RESILIENCY
KVVADWOTHE CLIMB: RESILIENCY, 2017. Galerie Number 8
Tintera
TINTERA is the only private gallery in Egypt dedicated to photography. With a gallery in Cairo and an office in London, our aim is to raise the profile of contemporary and historical photography in and of Egypt through a program of exhibitions, events and research projects. We represent artists from Egypt and elsewhere, emerging and established, with Egypt being the common inspiration in their work.
The name TINTERA comes from the ancient Egyptian town of Dendera where a relief on the walls of the Temple of Hathor shows the sun projecting its rays on the land. When the medium of photography was introduced in 1839 photographers flocked to Egypt not only to capture the hieroglyphic inscriptions and monuments, but because they were also drawn to the abundance of light, the most essential component of photography. Throughout the 20th century Egypt continued to be a destination for the biggest names in photography and remains one of the most photographed places in the world. TINTERA was founded in order to shine light on these past photographers and on those working today.
Founded in 1983, Galerie Johannes Faber is exclusively showing and dealing with photography. They are specialists in Czech and Austrian photography as well as American classic, modern, and vintage photography.
Founded in 1991 by Rose Shoshana, ROSEGALLERY is an internationally recognized gallery of 20th and 21st century works on paper. Located in the renowned Bergamot Station Arts Center in Santa Monica, California, the gallery has become a leading consultant to distinguished collectors, advisors, prominent art museums, auction houses, and academic institutions. ROSEGALLERY is committed to the ongoing development, definition, and long-term conceptualization, preservation, and presentation of art collections. In recent years, the gallery has expanded to encompass artists specializing in alternate mediums, including design, book-making and sculptural objects. In addition to bi-monthly exhibitions, the gallery participates in art fairs both stateside and internationally.
The gallery program began in 1984 in a Victorian terraced house in London’s East End. Initially named Interim Art the gallery changed its name to Maureen Paley in 2004 as a celebration of its 20th anniversary. Since September 1999 the gallery has been situated in Bethnal Green. In July 2017 Maureen Paley opened a project space in Hove called Morena di Luna. From its inception, the gallery’s aim has remained consistent: to promote great and innovative artists in all media.
Maureen Paley was one of the first to present contemporary art in London’s East End and has been a pioneer of the current scene, promoting and showing a diverse range of international artists. Gallery artists include Turner prize winners Lawrence Abu Hamdan, 2019, Wolfgang Tillmans, 2000, and Gillian Wearing, 1997, and Turner Prize nominees Rebecca Warren, 2006 and Liam Gillick, 2002. Represented artists who also work with photography include Anne Hardy, Peter Hujar, Sarah Jones, Hannah Starkey and James Welling.
Seen Fifteen is a contemporary photography space based in Peckham, South East London. The gallery was founded in 2015 by Vivienne Gamble upon graduation from her MA Photography (History and Theory) at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London. The gallery’s artistic programme is dedicated to the work of contemporary photographers, with a specialist focus on photography’s “Expanded Field” and artists who push the boundaries of the medium. Artists exhibited by Seen Fifteen since 2015 include Megan Doherty, Laura El-Tantawy, Taisuke Koyama, Ciaran Og Arnold, Jan mccullough, Alexander Mourant, Jill Quigley, Maya Rochat and Martin Seeds. We are proud to be part of the creative community in the Bussey Building and Copeland Park, at the heart of Peckham’s artistic scene.
Born in London, Peter Fetterman Gallery has been deeply involved in the medium of photography for over 30 years. Initially a filmmaker and collector, he set up his first gallery over 20 years ago. He was one of the pioneer tenants of Bergamot Station, the Santa Monica Center of the Arts when it first opened in 1994.
The gallery has one of the largest inventories of classic 20th Century photography in the country particularly in humanist photography. Diverse holdings include work by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sebastião Salgado, Steve McCurry, Ansel Adams, Paul Caponigro, Willy Ronis, André Kertesz, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Lillian Bassman, Pentti Sammallahti, Sarah Moon and Jeffrey Conley.
Peter and his colleagues are committed to promoting the awareness and appreciation of the most powerful of the mediums in an intimate, user-friendly salon environment.
Persons Projects (formerly Gallery Taik Persons) was founded in 1995 in Helsinki and is since 2005 located in Berlin. The program is centered around a conceptually rigorous artistic practice with a main focus on the photographic process. It is the prime gallery for those selected artists who now make up what is known as the Helsinki School. Organising between seven and eight shows a year, the program varies between solo and group exhibitions by the Gallery’s main artists as well as guest artists curated by the gallery. Besides participating in international art fairs and museum exhibitions of its primary artists, Persons Projects publishes multiple art books books in independent publishing houses annually.Its creator and director Timothy Persons is Adjunct Professor at Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture. His curatorial experience ranges from senior curator for Kulturhuset in Stockholm to having been Senior Curatorial Advisor to the Danish National Museum of Photography in Copenhagen as well as KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki.
Sprüth Magers
Sprüth Magers is an international gallery dedicated to exhibiting groundbreaking modern and contemporary art. Since its inception in 1983, it has expanded from its roots in Cologne, Germany, and now has galleries located in Berlin, London and Los Angeles, as well as an office in Cologne and an outpost in Hong Kong. Its early shows in the 1980s featured a number of today’s most influential artists, who continue to exhibit with the gallery to this day. The gallery now works with over 60 artists and estates and regularly broadens its program with up-and-coming younger artists. Sprüth Magers is known for its rigorously curatorial approach to its program and enduring devotion to its artists, many of which regularly exhibit at the world’s most prestigious cultural institutions.
Internationally recognized for 40 years, we are the leading British dealer specialising in masterworks of early European photography from the1840's to 1860's. The gallery represents pioneering first exponents of the art including Talbot, Le Gray, Marville, Fenton and Tripe alongside the protosecessionist P.H.Emerson.
William Henry Fox Talbot, Trafalgar Square, 1844

William Henry Fox Talbot, Trafalgar Square, 1844