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Keith May 18
Felt arty might delete later
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MMX GALLERY May 15
Valda Bailey’s glass prints in Discovery, Booth D20
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Peter Kalu May 17
Who do you see? Answers on a postcard (tweet)?
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steve austen-brown 🕷🇪🇺 May 15
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lowRedPhoto May 18
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Bill Williams May 19
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Neil Juggins May 19
Really enjoyed . Fantastic range of work and lovely to see so many friends there. Well worth going too. Last day today.
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TheWalkingLibrarian May 15
A warm welcome back to Photo London .
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Neil Juggins May 19
Some of my favourite images from were by Casper Sejersen including this one.
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The Photographers’ Gallery May 15
The UK’s largest quality photography event returns to Somerset House 16–19 May featuring work by over 400 artists including Stephen Shore, Diane Arbus, Vivian Maier, Nan Goldin, Richard Mosse, Mitch Epstein, Ansel Adams & more!
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Zoe Whishaw May 17
Beautiful work on display from Noell Oszvald at
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Catherine Edelman Gallery May 17
It's day 3 at ! Here is another glimpse at the work we are showcasing. [Work by Ysabel Lemay, Jess Dugan, and Laurent Millet.]
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Happy London Press Jun 14
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Edward Burtynsky Feb 27
Congratulations to Stephen Shore as 's 2019 Master of Photography. Stephen is a hero of mine, and an early influence after seeing the New Topographics in 1975. This is a much deserved honour.
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HEJ Coffee May 16
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Gold Circle May 19
Our top discovery at this year's has to be John MacLean's new works presented by . Cool aesthetics / incredible technique. Last day of
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AJ May 19
is incredible. So many inspiring pictures, both from well known names and new talent. Great atmosphere in Summerset House too.
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Jeremy Hoare May 19
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Harry Cory Wright Mar 29
Myself and Dagmar in Dusseldorf printing a more cosmic vision of the British landscape.
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X Vaughan Williams May 18
Discovering exciting new bits of at the - who knew that rhubarb was growing below the courtyard?
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