Photo London 2018 highlights
Edward Burtynsky, East Embankment Gallery, Somerset House Fine art photographer renowned for chronicling human impact on planet earth. Exhibition features new and rarely seen work. Speaking as part of the Photo London Talks Programme on 17 May.
Sun Pictures Then & Now: Talbot and his Legacy Today, West Embankment Gallery, Somerset House Opportunity to see vintage Talbot prints alongside contemporary work inspired by him. Contributing artists include Cornelia Parker, Vera Lutter and Hiroshi Sugimoto. Parker will be speaking about Talbot as part of the Photo London Talks Programme, 17 May.
Pavilion Commission: Daido Moriyama, Pavilion, Somerset House Moriyama captures Japan’s societal upheavals and cultural shifts. Throughout his career, he has repeatedly returned to Tokyo’s enigmatic Shinjuku district as a subject for his work.
Mary McCartney at National Portrait Gallery Photographer Mary McCartney talks to Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the V& A, about her portraiture, move in to motion, love of dance and capturing intimate, almost voyeuristic, moments.
The Royal Photographic Society Presents Susan Lipper, Talks Auditorium, Somerset House Awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2015, Lipper presents themes from her portfolio including work from her new monograph, ‘Domesticated Land’, which will be released by MACK at Photo London.