Photo London 2019 | Public Programme
A select group of participants have created special projects for this year’s edition as part of the Public Programme, supported by the Luma Foundation. Howard Greenberg Gallery will showcase a selection of works by the late American street photographer Vivian Maier - the first major presentation of the work in the UK. Essential works by pioneering photographer Roger Fenton, known as one of the first war photographers, will be on loan from the Wilson Centre and the Victoria and Albert Museum. And Irish photographer, electronic music producer and DJ Eamonn Doylewill show audio-visual work titled ‘Made in Dublin’ in collaboration with Michael Hoppen Gallery. The New York Times will display a selection of drone images by staff Photographer and Pulitzer Prize winner, Josh Haner on the theme of climate change.
Ben Brown Fine Arts will present a new project in collaboration with Photo London and Somerset House by leading British artist Gavin Turk featuring a giant bronze egg sculpture that will installed on the Embankment terrace ahead of the fair. The egg will inspire an Instagram photography competition with entries being projected on the walls of the Great Arch Hall during the fair. And, in the cavernous Deadhouse space beneath Somerset House, Artuner, an online contemporary art platform that develops international projects in both the physical and digital worlds, will present an exhibition exploring the boundaries of the medium of photography through the works of Ana Elisa Egreja, Paul Kneale, and Tabor Robak.