There’s nothing quite like going to an amazing exhibition to get yourself inspired! We’ve been having quite a few discussions at Best Photo Prints recently since coming back to the office about which shows we are most looking forward to in 2015! Here is our selection below of ones not to miss! In no particular order.
Only In England, Walker Art Gallery Liverpool
Notions of Englishness by photographers Martin Parr and Tony Ray Jones.
Light-works: Contemporary Photography and Art in Focus, Mottisfont, Hampshire
Light-works: Contemporary Photography introduces an international selection of accomplished artists whose works focus on the effects of light, using unusual techniques to get breathtaking results.
Ponte City | Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse, Photography Gallery Scottish National Portrait Gallery Edinburgh
Photo-journalism surrounding the iconic Ponte City structure in Johannesburg, South Africa.
James Bridle, The Photographers Gallery, London
Bridle explores how technology both affects culture and reproduces and shapes political power.
Close & Far: Russian Photography Now, Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick
Pioneer colour photographers document a pre-revolutionary Russia and look at 21st century Russia.
Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2015, The Photographers Gallery London
The annual Deutsche Börse Photography Prize never disappoints, nominees have recently been listed. The Deutsche Börse Photography Prize aims to reward a contemporary photographer of any nationality, who has made the most significant contribution (exhibition or publication) to the medium of photography in Europe in the previous year.
Free Range Photography Week, Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane London
We always enjoy this one. The annual Free Range exhibitions showcase the best new talent from artists/photographers around the country. In the heart of a burning Brick Lane in summer time.
Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon, National Portrait Gallery, London
The immensely popular icon has an eagerly awaited exhibition showcasing her incredible life.
SUNIL SHAH: UGANDA STORIES, MEZZANINE GALLERY, New Art Exchange Nottingham
In this exhibition, Sunil Shah explores very personal themes linked to his family’s roots and heritage as Ugandan Asians, and offers wider narratives
around exile, displacement and dispossession
Photo London, Somerset House London
Photo London will showcase the broad range of photographic practice – from vintage to contemporary. Photo London is produced by Candlestar, an internationally renowned cultural consultancy with an outstanding reputation within the field of photography and the arts.