The Photographers' Gallery
- Telephone 020 7087 9300
- Opening times Mon–Fri 10am–6pm; Thu 10am–8pm during exhibitions; Sat 10am–6pm; Sun 11am–8pm.
- Website www.thephotographersgallery.org.uk
The largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography. The Photographers' Gallery was founded in 1971 by Sue Davies OBE in a converted Lyon’s Tea Bar. In 2012 the gallery moved to a redeveloped 1910 warehouse in Ramillies Street, Soho. The venue comprises three exhibition spaces, a dedicated education and learning studio, a digital media wall, an area for the bookshop and print sales – including a gallery – as well as a cafe.
The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus. There are bicycle racks on Ramillies Street and Great Marlborough Street, metered parking spaces in the roads around The Photographers' Gallery and motorcycle parking on Great Marlborough Street.
There are 4 events at this location
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Feminist Avant-Garde Of The 1970s
Photographs, collage works, performances, films and videos by 48 artists and over 150 major works from the Verbund Collection in Vienna, all created at a moment when practices of emancipation, gender equality and civil rights protest movements became part of public discourse.
Tue 25 Oct
Wed 26 Oct
Thu 27 Oct
Histories Of Photography: Invention, Transformation & Affirmation
The art historian and lecturer Jelena Stojkovic delivers an eight week course following some of the main trajectories through which photography's histories unfolded over the course of around 150 years. Suitable for all levels.
Mon 31 Oct
Mon 7 Nov
Mon 14 Nov
Photographs that have been reimagined through cutting, embroidering and collaging.
Simon Fujiwara: Joanne
The Berlin-based British/Japanese artist Simon Fujiwara presents a highly-original contemporary project based upon a scandal attached to his former teacher Joanne Sally.