Photo London 2017 18 – 21 May at Somerset House, in this Edition you can find a perfect balance between the new and the classic in Photography. New formats, daring subjects and innovative points of view. For photography Lovers now there is not only Paris, now you can have more of that hype and enjoy the classics that never age.

Starting with the first year of EAST WING GALLERY in Photo London, is showing Cortis&Sonderegger, Series ICONS.

Collectively they conceive and manufacture surreal worlds in their series Icons, focusing on monumental moments in history, while questioning the temporal nature of experience and memory.

RobertCapa-soldier-remake Cortis&Sonderegger, Series ICONS.

Making of “The Fallen Soldier“ (by Robert Capa, 1936), 2016

Paying close attention to the original lighting and vantage point of the camera in an attempt to literally ‘re-make’ these events, which range from the crash of the Hindenburg and the supersonic passenger jet, Concorde, to the last photograph of the Titanic and the raising of the American flag on Iwo Jima. Cortis & Sonderegger expanded this self-imposed challenge to include important moments in the history of photography; remaking images by Henri Cartier Bresson, William Eggleston, Man Ray, Ansel Adams and Andreas Gursky.

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Next door you can find not only the classics that never die, but an intriguing and special selection of classical works by Peter Fetterman, Peter Fetterman Gallery The Founder who was Born in UK and moved to Santa Monica has a unique eye.



Rene Burri
Rio de Janeiro, Ministere de Sante, Brazil


Bombay Bathing Fashion, Oyster Bay, N.Y.

Zo'e women in State of Para, Brazil (2009) - Sebastião Salgado

Zo’e women in State of Para, Brazil (2009) – Sebastião Salgado


Roman Road Gallery always brings new insights.


Natalia LL, Consumer Art, 1972 (printed 1991). 20 hand-printed photographs on archival paper, 27 x 38.4 each (28 x 39.4 x 2 cm with frame), unique. Courtesy of Roman Road and the artist. © Ollie Hammick

Since 1975, Natalia LL has engaged in the global feminist art movement and her art became an instrument in the fight for equal rights in Poland. Her work has been exhibited in notable exhibitions and institutions internationally, including in The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop at Tate Modern, London from late 2015 to early 2016. In May 2017, Natalia LL will be featured in a retrospective exhibition at the Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej in Toruń, Poland.


Hamiltons Gallery

Modern gallery staging rotating exhibitions featuring renowned contemporary photographers that always sets up an amazing booth.

Must Visits: Atlas Gallery, Brown Fine Arts,

We let you discover the new works of Miles Aldridge. And some faces we have seen. Thomas Hoepker, william Klein, Simon Baker guiding the tours,

As well many talks and competitions tooks place, check the Lens Culture Competition Winners




And just so much more to see.


Photo London 2017 18 – 21 May at Somerset House