1st June – 30th June
@ Various venues:
Museum of London,
Tate Modern and the V&A
Entry: £Free (16 exhibitions)
(Two paid-for exhibitions)
This year, the festival has chosen King’s Cross as its hub and benefits from long-term partnerships with such establishments as the British Library, St Pancras International, the Guardian Gallery and King’s Cross Station.
Encompassing street, documentary and conceptual photography, the festival includes 18 exhibitions and 30 satellite events including workshops, talks and screenings.
Exhibitions will vary in style and format, presenting a comprehensive mixture of disciplines with work from both established and emerging photographers. Content will be curated around the theme, Inside Out: Reflections on the Public and the Private.
Here are some of the exhibitions you can visit for FREE:
Inside Out: London Festival of Photography Prize: Fitzrovia Community Centre, 1 to 30 June
Contemporary London Street Photography: King’s Cross Station, 1 June to 15 August
Money in Bamako and London: British Museum, 1 to 30 June
Beneath the Surface – Steve Bloom: Guardian Gallery, 1 to 28 June
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