A new home for British photography will open in London in late January 2023. The Centre for British Photography will build on the world-renowned Hyman Collection of British photography and the work of the Hyman Foundation. Three floors of exhibitions will present the diverse landscape of British photography today, as well as an historical overview. The 8,000 sq.ft. (800 square metre) Centre will be FREE to visit year-round and will offer exhibitions, events and talks, a shop and an archive and library.
The Centre will feature photographs from 1900 to the present, work by photographers living and working in the UK today, and images taken by those who immigrated to the UK. It will present self-generated exhibitions and those led by independent curators and organisations, as well as monographic displays. The Centre plans to stage numerous exhibitions throughout the year and also bring together the photographic community – professional and amateur – through its talks and events programme.
Centre for British Photography
Opening in January 2023
Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6LX