Exhibitors 2024 announced

Photo London 2024 presents a dazzling array of photography talent.


With over a hundred exhibitors from 44 cities, Photo London 2024 presents the very best of the past, present and future of photography – showcasing works from the world’s leading artists and galleries together with an exciting line up of emerging talent.


Joseph Rodriguez, We Are The World, Spanish Harlem NY, 1985. Courtesy Galerie Bene Taschen.


The exhibitor roster encapsulates the extraordinary breadth of the medium, from the earliest historic photography on show which comes courtesy of Robert Hershkowitz Ltd. and complements the Public Programme exhibition he is curating spanning the same period, ‘The Magic Art of French Calotype’ to twentieth century highlights including a solo presentation of unseen colour photographs from the 1950s by New York legend Helen Levitt, shown by Zander Galerie (Cologne, Paris) alongside prints of Picasso and Bridget Bardot by Edward Quinn, on show at Suite 59 Gallery.


The Great Eastern, 1857, Courtesy of Robert Hershkowitz Ltd



Bridging the gap between the historic and the contemporary is the ‘Being There’ series (2023), presented by Galerie Binome / Magnin-A, and further contemporary pieces pushing the frontiers of the medium are photorealistic 3D works by Giuseppe Lo Schiavo, represented with a solo show at Spazio Nuovo, which exist within a hybridisation of reality and virtuality; while Open Doors Gallery presents Sander Coer’s latest series ‘POST’ (2023), which uses AI-generated imagery to explores the intersection of constructed memories and perceptions with a tender gaze that seeks to establish new perspectives on masculinity.

Omar Victor Diop & Lee Shulman, ‘Being There 01’, 2023,from The Anonymous Project
© Omar Victor Diop & Lee Shulman, The Anonymous Project. Courtesy galleries BINOME & MAGNIN-A


A strong feature of this year’s Fair is the number of galleries presenting solo shows, and especially ones honouring contemporary women photographers. These include: analogue prints by Jacquie Maria Wessels, on show at Galerie Baudelaire; also, Lydia Goldblatt’s lyrical harnessing of light, time and surface to consider themes of transience and emotional experience, presented by Robert Morat Galerie and Florence Di Benedetto at Podbielski Contemporary. Other solo exhibitions include David Bailey at Camera Eye; while Peter Fetterman Gallery presents a booth dedicated to Michael Kenna’s mysterious photographs.

A special presentation of Turkish photography introduces Istanbul galleries DIRIMART, Galeri Nev Istanbul, GALERIST, March Art Project, SANATORIUM, Versus Art Project Vision Art Platform, and Galeri Nev Ankara, to the Fair.

The important role of the photo book in the photography ecosystem is illustrated through the continuing expansion of the Fair’s publishing section where ten publishers will be participating.

Sergen Sehitoglu, ‘GSV2’, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and SANATORIUM.


Discovery will once again be a highlight of the Fair, curated by Charlotte Jansen, the section will showcase the very best emerging artists and galleries from across the globe, including  Erika Deák Galéria, presenting Andi Galdi Vinko, who published the award-winning ‘Sorry I Disappeared I Gave Birth But Now I’m Back’ (a second edition of the book launches with Trolley Books at Photo London); Cierra Britton Gallery bringing two incredible photographers exploring portrait photography as an act of reclamation of Black bodies: Kennedi Carter and Satchel Lee; Palm* Studios, from the photographic duo behind the renowned Palm Photo Prize, presenting a three-artist booth of Caroline Tompkins, Lola & Pani (a project on global teenhood) and fine art/fashion photographer Jacob Lillis, an overlooked British landscape photographer, also known for his work for Simone Rocha.

Jacob Lillis, ‘Flowers & Cars’, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Palm Studios, London.


Koop Projects presents a booth dedicated to African women artists exploring personal and political fractures through their family histories, folklore narratives and imagined archives, including one of the most significant artists working on the continent today, Senzeni Marasela. Another highlight is a solo booth with Bright Gallery, presented by the young Accra-based fashion fine art photographer Kweku Yeboah.

Maheder Haileselassie, ‘Exploration I’, 2023. Courtesy of the artist and Koop Projects.



Photo London’s Founders Michael Benson and Fariba Farshad comment:

“We are delighted to present such a vibrant mix of galleries and artists at all levels and to have extended the international reach of the Fair. As well as welcoming galleries and artists from over 40 cities, we have run most extensive programme ever to engage the interest of collectors in cities around the world including New York, Paris, Stockholm, Istanbul, Zurich and of course we have been working hard in London to engage collector networks beyond our photography strongholds — enthusing collectors of contemporary and other art forms with the excitement of collecting photography. As a result we are looking forward to welcoming many new collectors to the Fair in May. Our public programme this year reflects this approach with exhibitions celebrating 25 years of the Deutsche Borse prize as well as two exhibitions that underline the enduring importance of the French photography scene — from the magic of the early pioneers to the contemporary excellence of our Master of Photography Valérie Belin. We look forward to May with great anticipation. We truly believe that this year’s Fair will be a perfect foundation for the spectacular celebration of photography that will mark our tenth edition in 2025.”


Photo London 2024 offers visitors the opportunity to marvel at, explore, and acquire some of the world’s finest photographic works.

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See the full list of exhibitors here