Le'Andra LeSeur, We Watched, 2017. Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)
Photo London Digital
October 7–18, 2020
Photo London
Online / International

Photo London presents Photo London Digital, this year’s fair taking place online with the its digital partner, Artsy, through solo and group shows, as well as presentations of familiar masterworks.

The exhibitors and the artists that they will showcase over the days of the fair lie at the heart of Photo London. The hundred galleries that join us for our inaugural digital edition make up one of our strongest groups to date. Within this it is particularly gratifying that, despite the current difficulties, we have been able to retain our commitment to young and emerging galleries and artists through our Discovery section.

The fair is delighted to welcome new exhibitors and organizations as well as the many returning, including Yancey Richardson, ROSE Gallery, Ben Brown Fine Arts, Sprüth Magers, Reflex Amsterdam, Aperture, Steven Kasher, Staley Wise, Fisheye, Galerie Thomas Zander Ed Cross Fine Art, PGI, Goodman Gallery, and Magnum Photos, among many others.

Artists, through monographic or group shows, as well as presentation of masterworks, include: Marc Lagrange, Tania Franco Klein, Stephen Shore, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Hannah StarkeyRichard Avedon, André Kertész, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Daido Moriyama, and Irving Penn among many others.

Photo London Digital will take place on a platform built by the fair’s digital partner, Artsy, and accessible both from the Photo London website and Artsy’s.

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