Photo London 2023 opens its doors to visitors next week physically from 10 May (preview day) and 11 May to 14 May at Somerset House in London. Photo London Digital will be running from 10 May to 29 May.

This year, the Photo London 2023 will showcase 125 exhibitors from 56 cities worldwide including Brighton, London, New York, Atlanta, Berlin, Paris, Mexico City, Tehran and Melbourne. There will be exhibitions showing recent work by this year’s Master of Photography Martin Parr as well as two group shows of a selection of photographs by pioneering women photographers working in Britain over the last 100 years curated by the Centre for British Photography as well as images by contemporary Mexican photographers.

Photo London 2023 exhibitions Sasha Goldenberger

Invasion Day One: Objects in mirror are closer than they appear (2021). Courtesy of Sasha Goldberger and Galerie XII.

The Photo London Talks Programme, which is curated by Aperture and features leading photographers, curators, writers and critics to discuss the photographic medium and its significance in the contemporary art world, returns on-site throughout the duration of the Fair and online from 25 April to 15 May. Featured talks include Lynsey Addario in conversation with Fiona Shields, Joy Gregory in conversation with Alona Pardo, and ‘Martin Parr: Through the Photo Book’.

There will also be a series of workshops in partnership with Nikon UK, which are free of charge to Photo London ticket holders. Tickets for Photo London 2023 are on sale now. To discover the full range of ticket options just go to Photo London Tickets.

Fair Founders Michael Benson and Fariba Farshad said, ‘From documentary images that bear witness to our rapidly changing era, through to works that push the boundaries of photography, these are exciting times for photography in all its forms and we are delighted that our various partners have joined with us in a celebration of the medium.’

Photo London 2023 exhibitions Jean Pierre Attal

Passerelle I. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Olivier Waltman.

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