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Photography Exhibitions

The latest photography exhibitions and exhibition openings worldwide, selected by our team of photo enthusiasts and professional photographers. Photo exhibitions listed in this page are sorted in chronological order, updated daily.

Nathalie Boutté: Crossing-over

Nathalie Boutté’s (French, b. 1967) handmade collages embrace photography, sculpture and painting. Using colored paper and a meticulous cutting and pasting process, the self-taught French artist creates mesmerizing re-interpretations of…

Zoltán Gaál: A Journey

道 The character reads “journey” but has other meanings too: teaching, morality, motive, process, direction, route, way forward, advancement. Everyone’s life is a journey, but this journey’s one way, with…

Fred Cray – Dissolve

Fred Cray’s new series of unique Dissolve prints present a radical new body of work.  Although he continues to adhere to his previous process of transforming photographic imagery through manipulation,…

Soho Photo Gallery presents

The gallery is proud to open its 46th season with the following solo shows. Steven Gilbert – Shelter Austin Jensen – Above and Beyond Carol Julien – In Limbo Arnold…

Sebastião Salgado: Genesis

“In GENESIS, my camera allowed nature to speak to me. And it was my privilege to listen.” Sebastião Salgado photographer (born Aimorés, Brazil, 1944) following his previous long-term projects, between…

Viktoria Binschtok

The precisely re-staged photographs, which always refer to already existing images, refuse to be easily classified in standard genres by their artificial appearance—cuts, overlappings of several visual layers, and elements…

Liu Bolin, Ghost Stories

Sculptor, performer and photographer, Liu Bolin, nicknamed “the invisible man”, presents in this retrospective exhibition photographs from the four main themes addressed in his work for more than ten years:…

Richard et Pablo Bartholomew, Affinités

More than twenty-five years separate the photographs of Richard and Pablo Bartholomew, but the similarities in their subjects and the way they look at Indian society are striking. This exhibition at…

Zhang Haier: Muse

A fundamental aspect of SCoP’s mission is to showcase the work of China’s leading photographers; to afford an opportunity to see a wide survey of their work in one place.…

Julie Cockburn: All Work and No Play

Centred around the appropriation and alteration of found images, Julie Cockburn’s work appears familiar and often nostalgic. Her source materials, such as 1940s and 50s studio portrait photographs of unknown…

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