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Must-See Photography Exhibitions in London

GunelComment
Must-See Photography Exhibitions in London

To me, photography is inseparable part of my every day life and travels. London is a hub of creativity and great photography exhibitions all year-round - and this is one of the reasons why I am still absolutely in love with it.

Here are the 2019 must-see photography exhibitions in London and I’m so looking forward to checking them all out.

I expect this list to grow and I’m always looking for recommendations - so let me know your recommendations in comments.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

When: 19 October 2018 - 30 June 2019

Where: Natural History Museum

Photo Credit: Natural History Museum

Now in its fifty-fourth year, Wildlife Photographer of the Year showcases extraordinary animal behaviour and the breathtaking diversity of life on Earth.

Explore the world's best nature photography, exhibited on 100 exquisite light panels.

Experience the changing face of nature and uncover the surprising, and sometimes challenging, stories behind the photographs.

Chosen from over 45,000 entries by expert judges, the images were awarded for their creativity, originality and technical excellence.

Photo London

When: 16-19 May 2019

Where: Somerset House

Photo Credit: Somerset House

Photo Credit: Somerset House

Showcasing the very best of the past, present and future of photography, this year’s Photo London is bigger than ever, with almost 100 of the world’s leading galleries, featuring artists ranging from established masters to rising stars.

Check out the full list of exhibitions and event programme.

Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2019

When: 8 March 2019- 2 June 2019

Where: The Photographers’ Gallery

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Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2019

The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize is an annual award established by The Photographers’ Gallery, London, in 1997 and in partnership with the Deutsche Börse Group since 2005 to identify and support talent, excellence and innovation.

his year’s nominees survey a vast range of topical issues through the lens and language of photography. Collectively their projects explore state and gender politics, social injustice, human rights and conceptual approaches to image making