The opening of the second annual Photo London fair at Somerset House was, of course, greeted with rain. Inclement and London are synonymous after all. Luckily, weather did not hinder the dedicated VIP guests from attending the coveted early preview opening on Wednesday, May 18th. The sprawling layout of the fair, which covers two floors and dives deep into the bowels of Somerset House, boasts over 80 photography dealers from all over the globe. The variety of spaces inhabited by the dealers make for a very eclectic viewing experience – and some would say a welcome change from the more stayed and predictable open plan art fair constructions.
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