We are thrilled to announce the dates for the tenth edition of Photo London in 2025. Building on the resounding success of our ninth edition, which welcomed more than 120 exhibitors and a record number of collectors and institutional groups, the Fair will return to Somerset House from 15-18 May (VIP Preview 14 May).

Video © Gwilym Lewis-Brooke


Applications for 2025 are now open to galleries representing the best in photography from across the world. The Fair will continue to present powerful photography of the very highest standard to a global audience. Through strong curation by exhibiting galleries, Photo London aims to ensure a special anniversary edition that is both a celebration of the 10 years of the Fair, and of the rich traditions of photography and an exploration of the medium’s future possibilities as it crosses the boundaries between photography and other art forms.

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We are delighted to announce Photo London’s ninth edition details.


Our Master of Photography for 2024 is one of France’s most popular and acclaimed photographers, Valérie Belin.

The ninth edition of Photo London will deliver an exciting line-up of exhibitors: this year’s Fair will offer visitors the opportunity to marvel at, explore and acquire some of the finest photographic works. With its vibrant Public Programme, the Fair will present three major exhibitions including a display by 2024 Master of Photography recipient Valérie Belin.


For our 128th issue, Photo London is pleased to showcase four female photographers – Kate Banazi, Jo Bradford, Gina Cross, and Christine Wilkinson. Artworks featured in this issue will be exhibited by Gina Cross Projects (Discovery, D12) at Photo London in May 2024.


Take a look at the latest titles to hit the shelves that we think deserve a place in your photobook collection. Featuring Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness, Volume II* as our Book of the month.

Bringing together the video recordings of the world-class panels and talks held at Photo London. A free resource that continues to give everyone access to conversations with many artists and curators.

Photo London 2024 catalogue

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Gain a deeper insight into this year’s Fair with our digital catalogue.

Enjoy a large-scale digital publication including a welcome note from Founders Michael Benson and Fariba Farshad, essays and images from all the commissioned exhibitions, as well as a double page spread on all of our exhibitors.

Discover a full breakdown of the Public Programme’s talks, workshops and satellite events.