Photo London Digital will Show up in October

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Photo London Digital will Show up in October

Photo London presents the first international photography fair online, Photo London Digital. The Fair which will run from 7–18 October 2020, with two preview days on 5 and 6 October.

Image: Awol Erizku (b. 1988), Black Fire (Mouzone Brothas), 2019, Digital chromatic print, 50.8 x 67.8 cm; (20 x 26 3/4 in.), Edition of 3 + 2 AP © the Artist Courtesy Ben Brown Fine Arts.

 

Photo London presents the first international photography fair online, Photo London Digital. The Fair which will run from 7–18 October 2020, with two preview days on 5 and 6 October.

Michael Benson and Fariba Farshad, Founders of Photo London, comment: ‘Photo London Digital builds on the outstanding achievements of the first five editions of the Fair that have created an unparalleled annual international photography event in London – the much-heralded Photo London week.

 

Awol Erizku (b. 1988), Black Fire (Mouzone Brothas), 2019, Digital chromatic print, 50.8 x 67.8 cm; (20 x 26 3/4 in.), Edition of 3 + 2 AP © the Artist Courtesy Ben Brown Fine Arts.

 

As ever, our exhibitors and the artists that they will showcase over the fourteen 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.

We are also thrilled that Photo London Digital has proved equal to the task of creating a truly international platform with galleries from 21 countries worldwide, including newcomers from Israel, USA, Argentina, Ghana, Egypt, Canada and Japan.

No matter where they come from our exhibitors present a stunning roster of brilliantly innovative artists and works – from the early experiments with the medium to the masters of the form and beyond them to contemporary work that pushes at the boundaries of photography.'

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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