Photo London 2018: Programming

  • Caleb Charland, Vinegar Batteries with Glassware and Shelf, 2013. Courtesy of East Wing

    Caleb Charland, Vinegar Batteries with Glassware and Shelf, 2013. Courtesy of East Wing

Public Programme Overview

Photo London's Public Programme includes a host of world class exhibitions, installations, tours, talks, book signings, events and awards. The 2018 Programme features important exhibitions by Photo London Master of Photography Edward Burtynsky, White Cube presents Darren Almond, Sun pictures Then and now: Talbot and His Legacy Today, Es Devlin: Mask, and Unwavering Vision #3. Installations Exit from Paradise, 1968, Daido Moriyama and Austria. The Art of Discovery complete an international line-up of unique site-specific works. Find out more here.

  • Edward Burtynsky, Oil Bunkering #1, Niger Delta, Nigeria, 2016

    Edward Burtynsky, Oil Bunkering #1, Niger Delta, Nigeria, 2016

Talks

The 2018 Talks Programme features over twenty inspiring conversations by many leading names working in photography today. With speakers including pioneers like Joel Meyerowitz and Vera Lutter to emerging artists like Max Pinckers and Laia Abril, the programme is guest curated by William A. Ewing, curator and writer. The Talks Programme is supported by LUMA Foundation, and Arts Council England. Find out more here.

  • Joel Meyerowitz, from the series Red Heads. Courtesy of Joel Meyerowitz and Howard Greenberg Gallery

    Joel Meyerowitz, from the series Red Heads. Courtesy of Joel Meyerowitz and Howard Greenberg Gallery

Public Tours

Photo London Tours provide an excellent overview to the Fair, and an introduction to the fascinating world of photography.

The Tours are led by knowledgeable guides and take place through the duration of the Fair. Book your place on a tour now. Please note Public Tour tickets do not include admission to the Fair. Day Pass tickets can be purchased here.

For enquiries please email tours@photolondon.org

  • Mario Cresci, Luminescenze #08, Bergamo 2016, Courtesy of Matèria

    Mario Cresci, Luminescenze #08, Bergamo 2016, Courtesy of Matèria