Photo London 2015 Catalogue

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LUMA Foundation 6 FT Weekend 7 Awards 8 Partners 9



The Galleries 29 Discovery 159 Publishers and Special Exhibitors 176

THE PUBLIC PROGRAMME Music and Photography 184 CITIES: Sohei Nishino 185 Talks Programme 186 The Teaser: Rut Blees Luxemburg 187

The Exhibitions


Beneath the Surface: Photographs from the V&A collection 189 Genesis in Platinum: Sebasti達o Salgado 219 Prostitute: Kaveh Golestan 227




Photography comes home Somerset House has form. It has witnessed the intrigues of Tudor Kings and Queens, the machinations of the Navy Board (at the height of British Sea Power), the debates of countless learned societies including the Royal Society and, in our own times, the dark arts of the Inland Revenue. It was here, at a meeting of the Royal Society on 14 March 1839, that the Astronomer Royal, Sir John F. W. Herschel, coined the word ‘photography’. And so, now, 176 years after Herschel coined ‘photography’ we bring Photo London to Somerset House where we hope to become a fixture. Our vision is to create an outstanding international photography fair and, in so doing, spark an annual weeklong, city-wide celebration of photography. In May each year, the world will come to London to discover the best photography on the planet. So this first edition is both a beginning and a kind of homecoming. The response from galleries around the world has been phenomenal and, thanks to the support of the LUMA Foundation and FTWeekend, we have been able to create a vibrant public programme featuring three important exhibitions, as well as a collaborative installation between the London-based artist Rut Blees Luxemburg and Nuno Ricou Salgado and his team from in Lisbon. In addition, Francis Hodgson has curated a programme of talks, lectures and presentations. And then, as each night falls, the subterranean vaults beneath the Courtyard will be filled with music and photography. And finally, there’s the City itself. If this is a homecoming then the response of London’s great museums, auction houses and galleries illustrates the extent to which photography has been missed.There are too many people to mention here, but the close collaborations with so many of London’s institutions, particularly the Courtauld Institute, the V&A and the National Portrait Gallery have been truly remarkable. Enjoy this catalogue. Enjoy Photo London. We look forward to seeing you again in May 2016. Michael Benson and Fariba Farshad Directors of Photo London 5

LUMA Foundation The LUMA Foundation is pleased to support the public programme of Photo London and join other institutions in the city-wide celebration of photography. The LUMA Foundation was established in 2004 by Maja Hoffmann to support the activities of independent artists and pioneers, as well as institutions working in the fields of art and photography, publishing, documentary and multimedia.The Foundation specialises in challenging artistic projects combining a particular interest in environmental issues, human rights, education and culture in the broadest sense. The LUMA Foundation and LUMA Arles, the executive entity founded in 2014 in support of the project in Arles, are currently developing an experimental cultural centre in the Parc des Ateliers in the city of Arles, France, working with a core group of artistic advisors and the architects Frank Gehry and Annabelle Selldorf. This ambitious project envisions an interdisciplinary centre dedicated to the production of exhibitions and ideas, research, education and archives, and is supported by a growing number of public and private partnerships. The LUMA Foundation has also supported the International Photography Festival Les Rencontres d’Arles since 2002, in particular, the Discovery Award.


FT Weekend FT Weekend is delighted to begin its partnership with Photo London. This year sees FT Weekend celebrate its 30th Anniversary, and Photo London will be forming a part of this celebratory year. For the past three decades, FT Weekend has continuously evolved and now includes the award-winning titles; How To Spend It, FT Weekend Magazine; a greatly expanded House and Home section, Life and Arts and FT Money. Last year saw the launch of the FT Weekend app giving readers a beautifully designed way to enjoy coverage wherever they are. You can find it at FT Weekend brings art and culture to life through intelligent and thought-provoking coverage. From exhibition reviews to articles and interviews, there is something to delight and inspire all our readers.


Past, present and future Each edition of Photo London will feature awards that mark outstanding achievement and potential. Sebastião Salgado has been described as a photographer of vast compassion, intelligence and unyielding curiosity. He seeks not only to see but to understand through seeing. For the last 40 years he has travelled incessantly, chronicling many major events of our recent history; international conflicts, starvation and exodus. Most recently, for his monumental Genesis series, he has journeyed to the planet’s remaining wildernesses and brought back a mighty hymn to these pristine territories. Sebastião Salgado is an artist worthy of our highest admiration for his unparalleled eye-opening work and we are delighted that he has agreed to become the first Photo London Master of Photography. We aim to make Photo London a launch pad for photographers at the beginning of their careers. Participating galleries are invited to include emerging photographers alongside masters, and we have three major awards for young photographers. The John Kobal Foundation Award will be presented to the most outstanding emerging photographer to be shown at Photo London. The successful photographer will be invited to complete a two-month residency in New York run by Residency Unlimited. The Magnum Photos Graduate Photographers Award is a new opportunity for nominated graduates from UK undergraduate courses in photography or lens-based media to win mentoring from a Magnum photographer, and a portfolio review event with the award’s high-level nomination panel.The work of the ten winning nominees will be showcased in a slideshow at Photo London. The Metro Imaging Photo London Award will offer an emerging photographer a twelve-month tailored mentorship programme, based in London. In addition, Photo London is proud to host the winners of the LensCulture Exposure Awards. 8

Partners Institutions Barbican Art Gallery Imperial War Museum London National Portrait Gallery Science Museum Serpentine Sackler Gallery Tate Britain Tate Modern The Courtauld Institute of Art The Photographers’ Gallery Whitechapel Gallery Prizes John Kobal Foundation Award Magnum Photos Graduate Photographers Award Metro Imaging Photo London Award LensCulture Exposure Awards​ Hotels Athenaeum Hotel and Apartments Belgraves Hotel Café Royal citizenM London Bankside Corinthia Hotel London ME London Hotel One Aldwych The London EDITION The Savoy The Trafalgar Hotel, London Supporters Fernandez and Wells Photo Magazine The Eyes


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The Galleries ATLAS Gallery London Ayyam Gallery Beirut, Dubai, London Ben Brown Fine Arts London Bernard Quaritch Ltd London Bernheimer Lucerne, Munich Blanca Berlín Madrid CAMERA WORK Berlin Caroline Smulders Paris Christophe Guye Galerie Zurich Crane Kalman Brighton Brighton Danziger Gallery New York Edwynn Houk Gallery New York, Zurich Eleven Fine Art London Eric Franck Fine Art London Flowers Gallery London, New York Galerie Ernst Hilger Vienna Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire Paris Galerie Lumière des Roses Paris Galerie Pavlova Berlin Galerie Polaris Paris Galerie Thomas Zander Cologne GALLERY FIFTY ONE Antwerp Gazelli Art House Baku, London Grimaldi Gavin London HackelBury Fine Art London HADA Contemporary London Howard Greenberg Gallery New York in camera Paris Ingleby Gallery Edinburgh James Hyman Gallery London Kahmann Gallery Amsterdam Kasher|Potamkin New York La Galerie Particulière Paris LAMB Arts London, São Paulo Les Douches La Galerie Paris Michael Hoppen Gallery London Michael Reid Sydney Nailya Alexander Gallery New York Paul Kasmin Gallery New York Peter Fetterman Gallery Santa Monica Photo Gallery International Toyko Pi Artworks Istanbul, London Polka Galerie Paris Purdy Hicks Gallery London Riflemaker London Robert Hershkowitz Lindfield, London Robert Klein Gallery Boston Robert Morat Berlin, Hamburg Roland Belgrave Vintage Photography Ltd Brighton ROSEGALLERY Santa Monica Royal College of Art London SCHEUBLEIN + BAK Zurich School Gallery / Olivier Castaing Paris Steven Kasher Gallery New York

Sundaram Tagore Gallery New York, Hong Kong, Singapore Taka Ishii Gallery Paris, Tokyo Tasveer Bangalore The Little Black Gallery London The Photographers’ Gallery London The Ravestijn Gallery Amsterdam The Wapping Project Bankside London Timothy Taylor London Tristan Hoare Gallery London Yossi Milo Gallery New York

ATLAS Gallery Director: Ben Burdett Founded: 1994 ATLAS Gallery was founded in 1994 by Director and Owner Ben Burdett. ATLAS moved to its present location in Chiltern Street in 2001 and has, over the last decade, become one of the foremost galleries in London dealing exclusively in fine art photography. The gallery specialises primarily in classic and modern 20th century vintage photography, photojournalism and fashion photography, in addition to representing work by a number of important contemporary photographers. ATLAS is also the official agent of Magnum Photos in the UK. 49 Dorset Street London W1U 7NF United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Marc Riboud Ernst Haas Niko Luoma Jimmy Nelson Nick Brandt Represented Artists Olivo Barbieri Nick Brandt René Burri Robert Capa John Dominis Frauke Eigen Elliott Erwitt Andreas Gefeller Ernst Haas Jeremy Hunter Adam Jeppesen Michael Light Niko Luoma Danny Lyon Steve Macleod Jimmy Nelson Floris Neusüss Paolo Ventura

Niko Luoma Randomized Unfold IV, 2014 Inkjet pigment print, Diasec with floater frame 149  186 cm Series: Variations on a Standard of Space 31

Ayyam Gallery Director: Ead Samawi Founded: 2006 Founded in 2006, Ayyam Gallery is a leading arts organisation, managing the careers of a diverse roster of established and emerging artists from the Middle East. Blue-chip art spaces in Beirut, Dubai and London, a series of collaborative projects in the United States, Europe and Asia, and a multinational non-profit arts programme have furthered the gallery’s mandate of expanding the parameters of international art by introducing the dynamic art of the region to a global audience. With its widely respected multi-language publishing division and a custodianship programme that manages the estates of pioneering artists, Ayyam Gallery has also spearheaded recent efforts to document the region’s art history. 143 New Bond Street 1st Floor London W1S 2TP United Kingdom Beirut Tower, Zeitoune Street, Solidere Beirut Lebanon

Exhibited Artists Faisal Samra Sama Alshaibi Represented Artists Ammar Al Beik Rashed Al Shashai Nihad Al Turk Sadik Kwaish Alfraji Sama Alshaibi Shurooq Amin Asaad Arabi Athier Tammam Azzam Mohammad Bozorgi Safwan Dahoul Oussama Diab Walid El Masri Alireza Fani Khaled Hafez Samia Halaby Thaier Helal Rula Halawani Elias Izoli Khaled Jarrar Nadim Karam Farzad Kohan Abdul Karim Majdal Al-Beik Othman Moussa Mouteea Murad Mohannad Orabi Afshin Pirhashemi Kais Salman Faisal Samra Nida Sinnokrot

Unit B11, Alserkal Avenue Exit 43 of SZR, Street 8, Al Quoz 1 Dubai United Arab Emirates

Sama Alshaibi Mã Lam Tabkı (Unless weeping), 2014 Digital C--print 70  100 cm Series: Silsila 33

Ben Brown Fine Arts Directors: Ben Brown, Andreas Hecker Founded: 2004 Ben Brown Fine Arts has prominently positioned itself on the contemporary art scene with the sole United Kingdom representation of artists such as Ron Arad, Tony Bevan, Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne, Gavin Turk and Heinz Mack. The gallery is also renowned for its expertise in 20th century Italian art. Ben Brown Fine Arts opened its first London location in 2004 with an exhibition of photographs by the celebrated German photographer, Candida Höfer. Now with spaces in both London and Hong Kong, the gallery has continued to develop a strong exhibition programme featuring the work of emerging and established contemporary international photographers. 12 Brook’s Mews London W1K 4DG United Kingdom 301 Pedder Building 12 Pedder Street Central Hong Kong

Exhibited Artists Bernd & Hilla Becher Tseng Kwong Chi Kitty Chou Awol Erizku Ori Gersht Candida Höfer Vik Muniz Jiang Pengyi Thomas Ruff Hiroshi Sugimoto Chen Wei Represented Artists Ron Arad Miquel Barceló Tony Bevan Simon Birch Yoan Capote Chen Wei Kitty Chou Caio Fonseca Ori Gersht Candida Höfer Jiang Pengyi Wang Keping Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne Heinz Mack Martin Mull Vik Muniz Nabil Nahas José Parlá Djamel Tatah Tseng Kwong Chi Gavin Turk Not Vital Jan Worst Ye Linghan Estates of: Mimmo Rotella Keith Haring Tseng Kwong Chi

Ori Gersht On Reflection, Virtual E02, 2014 Inkjet pigment print 200  180 cm 35

Bernard Quaritch Ltd Director: Lindsey Stewart Founded: 1847 Bernard Quaritch specialises in fine 19th century photographs and later photographs by British photographers. We represent Roger Mayne and Mike Seaborne. We also sell photography books and publish books on photographic history. Recent publications include History of Photography in China by Terry Bennett (3 volumes), The Nicholas Brothers and A.T.W. Penn, Photographers of South India by Christopher Penn, and our latest book, Carrying off the Palaces: John Ruskin’s Lost Daguerreotypes by Ken Jacobson and Jenny Jacobson.

Exhibited Artists James Craig Annan John Blakemore Bill Brandt Lala Deen Dayal Roger Fenton John Havinden John Dudley Johnston Roger Mayne Raymond Moore Mike Seaborne Archibald H. P. Stuart-Wortley Represented Artists Roger Mayne Mike Seaborne

40 South Audley Street London W1K 2PR United Kingdom

Roger Mayne Girl Jiving, 1957, printed 1984 Gelatin silver print 34  23 cm 37

Bernheimer Directors: Blanca Bernheimer, Mark Buenger Founded: 1864 Bernheimer Fine Art Photography specialises in contemporary photography and vintage masterworks.The gallery has hosted outstanding exhibitions by photography masters including Irving Penn, Horst P. Horst and Robert Mapplethorpe. Since 2005, there has been an ongoing programme of exhibitions at the gallery premises in Munich. Since December 2013, we have operated a second gallery space for Fine Art Photography in Lucerne, Switzerland. Haldenstrasse 11 6006 Lucerne Switzerland Brienner Strasse 7 80333 Munich Germany

Exhibited Artists Veronica Bailey Horst P. Horst Michael Kenna Annie Leibovitz Jeanloup Sieff Gregor Toersz Represented Artists Veronica Bailey Lucien Clergue Sebastian Copeland Mat Hennek Horst P. Horst Michael Kenna Silke Lauffs Annie Leibovitz Guido Mocafico Irving Penn Mirella Ricciardi Toni Schneiders Jan C. Schlegel Jeanloup Sieff Christopher Thomas Gregor Törzs Vanessa von Zitzewitz

Horst P. Horst Vogue 1942 Model’s hand wearing a diamond--and--gold wristwatch and a ring of sapphires, rubies and diamonds, by Cartier Inkjet pigment print 133  167 cm 39

Blanca Berlín Director: Blanca Berlín Founded: 2007 Almost immediately after opening in January 2007, Blanca Berlín gallery became a focal point for Madrid’s visual and photographic community, as well as a point of reference within the art world in Spain and abroad. The gallery, specialising in photography, mainly aims at securing recognition for photography from Spain within the international art community. Blanca Berlín, located in the heart of Madrid, maintains a generous selection of photographs, promoting and presenting both established and emerging international artists on the art market in Spain. Calle del Limón 28 28015 Madrid Spain

Exhibited Artists Isabel Muñoz Flor Garduño Luis González Palma Michèle Maurin Miguel Soler-Roig Sylvia Plachy Ramón Masats Represented Artists Bohnchang Koo Brad Temkin Carlos Pérez Siquier Cássio Vasconcellos Castro Prieto Cecilia Paredes Chuck Ramírez Dalila Gonçalves Flor Garduño Han Sungpil Illan Wolff Isabel Muñoz Luis González Palma Michèle Maurin Miguel Soler-Roig Ouka Leele Pablo Boneu Paloma Navares Pep Carrió Ramón Masats Soledad Córdoba Sylvia Plachy Tatiana Parcero Toni Catany Veru Iché

Luis González Palma Escena # 10, 2011 Hand gold painted photographic paper 90  90 cm 41

CAMERA WORK Directors: Ute Hartjen, Benjamin Jäger Founded: 1997 CAMERA WORK gallery specialises in contemporary photography and vintage masterworks. Through the presentation of classical icons, the aim is to show the development of photo art from its inception to the present. Photography is increasingly influential in contemporary art. The ambition is to emphasise this increasing tendency also by paying special attention to contemporary artists with creative potential. Consequently CAMERA WORK established a second gallery for contemporary photography in Berlin in 2012: CWC GALLERY. CAMERA WORK Kantstrasse 149 10623 Berlin–Charlottenburg Germany CWC GALLERY Auguststrasse 11–13 10117 Berlin – Mitte Germany

Exhibited Artists Richard Avedon Peter Beard Anton Corbijn Patrick Demarchelier David Drebin Brian Duffy Robert Frank Russell James Steven Klein Jimmy Nelson Irving Penn Robert Polidori Bettina Rheims Herb Ritts Yoram Roth Steve Schapiro Martin Schoeller Christian Tagliavini Represented Artists Tina Berning and Michelangelo Di Battista Nick Brandt Michel Comte Anton Corbijn Patrick Demarchelier David Drebin Brian Duffy Elliott Erwitt Ralph Gibson Jean-Baptiste Huynh Russell James Nadav Kander Philipp Keel Steven Klein Silke Lauffs Robert Lebeck Roxanne Lowit Gered Mankowitz Will McBride Ralph Mecke Jimmy Nelson Robert Polidori Rankin Eugenio Recuenco Blaise Reutersward Bettina Rheims Herb Ritts Yoram Roth Paolo Roversi Steve Schapiro Martin Schoeller Jeanloup Sieff Christian Tagliavini Ellen von Unwerth Albert Watson

Herb Ritts Jack Nicholson III, London 1988 Gelatin silver print 35  28 cm 43

Caroline Smulders Director: Caroline Smulders Founded: 2007 Director of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris from 1992 – 2002 and of the post-war and contemporary department at Christie’s France from 2002 – 2006, Caroline Smulders created her own company in 2007. The exhibition area is used as a living and exhibition space related to exchanges created by the artists who work from here with collectors and curators. It is also a mobile space, which allows for planning of larger exhibitions in bigger spaces, in collaboration with foreign partners.

Exhibited Artists Gerard Malanga Kimiko Yoshida Represented Artists Anee Mann Madeleine Berkhemer Gérard Fromanger Gerard Malanga Jean-Pierre Raynaud Emmanuel Régent Pascale Simont Skall Veronika Veit

Caroline Smulders works with international photographers such as Gerard Malanga and Kimiko Yoshida. 4 rue Martel 75010 Paris France

Gerard Malanga Andy Warhol and his media toys, 1971 Gelatin silver print 71  55 cm 45

Christophe Guye Galerie Director: Christophe Guye Founded: 2010 Christophe Guye Galerie is a contemporary art gallery representing artists who consider the medium of photography within the larger context of contemporary art as a whole. First and foremost conceptual artists who chose to express their artistic vision through the use of the photography or film camera, or light sensitive materials, these artists notably contribute to the art historical discourse and the development within photographic practice and contemporary art at large. Dufourstrasse 31 8008 Zurich Switzerland

Exhibited Artists Jun Ahn Stephen Gill Rinko Kawauchi Nick Knight Kosuke Brigitte Lustenberger Lina Scheynius Beat Streuli Risaku Suzuki Kazuna Taguchi Dominique Teufen Represented Artists Jun Ahn Miles Aldridge Roger Ballen StĂŠphane Couturier Stephen Gill Bill Henson Ina Jang Rinko Kawauchi Nick Knight Kosuke Brigitte Lustenberger James Nizam Lina Scheynius Will Steacy Beat Streuli Risaku Suzuki Kazuna Taguchi Dominique Teufen Albert Watson Sascha Weidner Michael Wolf

Brigitte Lustenberger Flowers XXIII, 2011 C--print 40  32 cm 47

Crane Kalman Brighton Director: Richard Kalman Founded: 2005 Crane Kalman Brighton is an independent British photography gallery that specialises in exhibiting contemporary work. The gallery has been established to provide a platform to showcase the work of mostly up-and-coming, young British and some International artists. We have held solo exhibitions by artists such as Polly Borland, Simon Roberts, Jane Hilton, Tim Flach and the late Michael Ormerod, as well as the work of international photographers such as Terry Richardson, Joseph Szabo, Karine Laval and Hans van der Meer. 132 New Church Road Brighton BN3 4JD United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Lisa Creagh Ellie Davies Karine Laval Judith Lyons Michael Ormerod Represented Artists Ellie Davies Karine Laval Rosa Basurto Polly Borland Giacomo Brunelli Jeff Divine Tim Flach Chris Frazer Smith Samuel Hicks Hugh Holland John Holloway Shiho Kito Jeff Liao Judith Lyons Lisa Creagh Michael Ormerod Christoph Morlinghaus Morgan Silk

Karine Laval Poolscape #80, 2010 C--print 76.2  76.2 cm 49

Danziger Gallery Directors: James Danziger, Nera Lerner Founded: 1990 Founded in 1990, the Danziger Gallery has established itself as one of the leading photography venues in the world and is widely respected for the originality and diversity of its programming. Moving last year to a three-room exhibition space in Chelsea has afforded the gallery a certain nimbleness in terms of its programming – allowing it to mount major shows while also responding quickly to new artists and the technological evolution of the medium. Its programming pulls from the worlds of art, new media and print to create an up-to-date vision of photography’s place in the world. 521 W 23rd Street New York, NY 10011 United States

Exhibited Artists Christopher Bucklow Henri Cartier-Bresson Mark Cohen Thierry Cohen Thomas Demand Susan Derges Robert Frank Adam Fuss Hendrik Kerstens Jim Krantz Yuji Obata Abelardo Morell Enoc Perez Franco Rubartelli Ian Ruhter Edward Steichen Corinne Vionnet Garry Winogrand Represented Artists Christopher Bucklow Henri Cartier-Bresson Chuck Close Mark Cohen Thierry Cohen Susan Derges Robert Frank Paul Fusco Hisaji Hara Evelyn Hofer Seydou Keita Hendrik Kerstens Karen Knorr Jim Krantz Michael Light O. Winston Link Matt Lipps Glen Luchford Lucas Michael Inge Morath Yuji Obata Enoc Perez Carla van de Puttelaar Milton Rogovin The Sartorialist David Benjamin Sherry Patrick Smith Corinne Vionnet Tereza Vlckova Andy Warhol Lloyd Ziff

Enoc Perez Untitled, 2014 Unique hand painted collage on inkjet pigment print 68.6  48.2 cm 51

Edwynn Houk Gallery Directors: Edwynn Houk, Julie Castellano, Stefanie Little, Miki Wick-Kim Founded: 1980 Specialising in modern works from 1917–1939 and contemporary photography. 745 Fifth Avenue 10151 New York United States Stockerstrasse 33 8002 Zurich Switzerland

Represented Artists Valérie Belin Ilse Bing Bill Brandt Sebastiaan Bremer Brassaï Henri Cartier-Bresson Elliott Erwitt Lalla Essaydi Walker Evans Sissi Farassat Robert Frank Mona Kuhn André Kertész Vera Lutter Danny Lyon Sally Mann László Moholy-Nagy Abelardo Morell Vik Muniz Cathleen Naundorf Robert Polidori Man Ray Herb Ritts Stephen Shore Edward Weston

Vik Muniz Brigitte Bardot, 2004 150  120 cm 53

Eleven Fine Art Director: Charlie Phillips Founded: 2005 Eleven has established itself as a leading contemporary art gallery committed to furthering the careers and reputations of the artists it represents as well as supporting the work of innovative and emerging artists from the United Kingdom and beyond. 11 Eccleston Street London SW1W 9LX United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Harry Cory Wright Jane Hilton David Yarrow Dede Johnston Hugo Rittson-Thomas Represented Artists Gerry Fox Harry Cory Wright Jennie Ottinger Jonathan Yeo Kent Christensen Martha Parsey Natasha Kissell Natasha Law Roland Hicks Rick Giles

Harry Cory Wright Plate VIII. The Coast, 2015 C--print 148  180 cm / 83  100 cm 55

Eric Franck Fine Art Directors: Eric Franck, Augusta Edwards Founded: 1994 1982 – 1994: Galerie Eric Franck, Geneva 1990 –  2 000: Galerie Franck & Schulte, Berlin 1994 – 2015: Eric Franck Fine Art 2005 – 2015: Eric Franck represents the Norman Parkinson Archive with Elizabeth Smith 61 Willow Walk 1st Floor London SE1 5SF United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Cecil Beaton Henri Cartier-Bresson Geraldo de Barros Thomaz Farkas Gaspar Gasparian Heinz Hajek-Halke Chris Killip Karen Knorr Karen Knorr & Olivier Richon Josef Koudelka Markéta Luskacová Norman Parkinson Graham Smith Al Vandenberg Tom Wood Represented Artists Kiichi Asano Cecil Beaton Estate Robert Bergman Kate Brooks Henri Cartier-Bresson Gérard Castello-Lopes Estate Geraldo de Barros Estate Thomaz Farkas Estate Martine Franck Gaspar Gasparian Estate Beate Gütschow Heinz Hajek-Halke Chris Killip Karen Knorr Karen Knorr & Olivier Richon Josef Koudelka Markéta Luskacová Katarzyna Mirczak Norman Parkinson Estate Enzo Sellerio Graham Smith Jindrich Štreit Antanas Sutkus Dr János Szász Al Vandenberg Estate Rimaldas Vikšraitis Tom Wood

Karen Knorr and Olivier Richon Untitled, 1976 –77 Gelatin silver print Series: Punks 57

Flowers Gallery Directors: Matthew Flowers, Chris Littlewood Founded: 1970 Photography has played an integral part of the programme at Flowers Gallery since its inception in 1970. One of the first to open in London’s East End, there are now two spaces in London and one in New York. Currently representing over ten established photographers, the programme is most recognised for its engagement with important socio-cultural and environmental themes. Through a dedicated photography space established in 2008, the gallery also works with a number of invited artists and curators across a range of contemporary photographic practices. 82 Kingsland Road London E2 8DP United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Boomoon Edward Burtynsky Julie Cockburn Nadav Kander Mona Kuhn Jason Larkin Lorenzo Vitturi Michael Wolf Represented Artists Boomoon Edward Burtynsky Edmund Clark Julie Cockburn Nadav Kander Mona Kuhn Robert Polidori Simon Roberts Lorenzo Vitturi Michael Wolf Shen Wei

Boomoon Naksan #4277, 2010 Laserchrome print, face--mounted on Diasec 155.6  195.6 cm 59

Galerie Ernst Hilger Directors: Katrin-Sophie Dworczak, Michael Kaufmann Founded: 1971 Galerie Ernst Hilger represents the works of artists such as Erró and Mel Ramos, along with exponents of Austrian modernism. In addition, exhibitions have been dedicated to photography – exponents such as the Italian artist Massimo Vitali. The gallery provides a platform for young talents such as New York City-based Brian McKee. The roster of represented artists in Ernst Hilger’s four different spaces reflects the long history of the gallery, while simultaneously providing contemporary artists from cutting-edge countries with a platform to show their work. The gallery’s efforts have been rewarded through the participation of its artists in important international exhibitions and biennales.

Exhibited Artists Massimo Vitali Brian McKee Anastasia Khoroshilova Angel Marcos Mona Kuhn

Dorotheergasse 5 1010 Vienna Austria

Massimo Vitali #1825 dyptich bari vert. (Diptych) C--print, Diasec on aluminium 220  180 cm (each panel) 61

Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire Directors: Christine Ollier, Stéphane Magnan Founded: 1996 Inaugurated in Paris in 1996, the gallery’s programme comprises three main directions: the field of abstract and figurative painting, fine art photography dealing with the problematics of the image and notions of subject, and multidisciplinary works involving installation and video. The gallery marked its commitment toward contemporary photography with more than half the artists represented being photographers. 17 rue des Filles du Calvaire 75003 Paris France

Exhibited Artists Thierry Fontaine Karen Knorr Ellen Kooi Corinne Mercadier Represented Artists Antoine D’Agata Helena Almeida John Beech Ismaïl Bahri Elodie Brémaud Paz Corona Thibaut Cuisset John Davies Marcel Dinahet Gilbert Fastenaekens Thierry Fontaine Dominique Gauthier Noémie Goudal Laura Henno James Hyde Ellen Kooi Karen Knorr Katinka Lampe Anni Leppälä Corinne Mercadier Olivier Mosset Erwan Morère Benjamin Mouly Nelli Palomäki Paola de Pietri Catherine Poncin Martín Sastre Yusuf Sevinçli Dorothée Smith Emmanuelle Villard Matt Wilson Edouard Wolton

Karen Knoor The Sound of Rain, Junargarh Fort, Bikaner, 2008 –13 122  152 cm Series: India song Karen Knoor Amrita’s Message, Nagaur Fort, Nagaur, 2008 –13 122  152 cm Series: India song 63

Galerie Lumière des Roses Directors: Philippe Jacquier, Marion Jacquier Founded: 2004

Exhibited Artists David Bailey ‘Anonymous’

19th and 20th century photographs. Galerie Lumière des Roses explores the immense and fertile field of anonymous photography to single out images that the eye – regardless of the signature – will identify as holding an intrinsic value, freedom, a force of evocation or any other reason for which there will not necessarily be a word.

Represented Artists ‘Anonymous’

12 –14 rue Jean Jacques Rousseau 93100 Montreuil France

David Bailey Look for Deneuve, Look for Dorléac, 1967 Xograph 22  17 cm 65

Galerie Pavlova Director: Michael Dooney Founded: 2013 Michael Dooney established Galerie Pavlova as the first and only gallery in Europe with a focus on contemporary photography from Australia and New Zealand. Galerie Pavlova is operated with an institutional model and ethos, despite it being a commercial gallery. Acting as a window to contemporary photography from Australia and New Zealand, one aim of the gallery is to encourage a dialogue and cultural exchange between the German and European audiences and photographic artists associated with Oceania.

Exhibited Artists Michael Corridore Polixeni Papapetrou Kate Robertson Represented Artists Kate Robertson Polixeni Papapetrou David Collins Jacqueline Ball Michael Corridore Clare Rae Carine Thevenau

Linienstrasse 116 10115 Berlin Germany

Polixeni Papapetrou Salt Man, 2013 Inkjet pigment print, 120  120 cm /150  150 cm Series: The Ghillies 67

Galerie Polaris Director: Bernard Utudjian Founded: 1989 After having been located at 8 rue Saint-Claude for several years, Polaris Gallery moved to a larger space at 15 rue des Arquebusiers, a few steps away from its first premises in Le Marais. Polaris focusses mainly on emerging young artists, often presenting their first solo shows at the gallery. The gallery’s aim is to support its artists in the long run rather than showcasing trends in contemporary art. 15 rue des Arquebusiers 75003 Paris France

Exhibited Artists Anthony Hernandez Iwajla Klinke Louis Heilbronn Bouchra Khalili Represented Artists Eric Aupol Bart Baele Yto Barrada Mari Bastashevski Monika Brandmeier Matthias Bruggmann Antonio Caballero John Casey Simon Faithfull Speedy Graphito Patrick Guns Louis Heilbronn Anthony Hernandez Bouchra Khalili Iwajla Klinke Christian Lhopital Nigel Rolfe Max Rohr Laure Tixier Walter Van Beirendonck Clémence Van Lunen Adrien Vermont Simon Willems

Anthony Hernandez Landscape for the Homeless #18, 1989 Dye destruction print 75  95 cm Anthony Hernandez Landscape for the Homeless #19, 1989 Dye destruction print 75  95 cm 69

Galerie Thomas Zander Directors: Thomas Zander, Natalie Gaida Founded: 1996 Galerie Thomas Zander was founded in Cologne in 1996. In five to six exhibitions per year, the gallery presents expanded photography as well as media and conceptual art from the 20th and 21st century. The gallery’s photography section, established since the very beginning, is the foundation of the programme. It centres on artists considering their medium within the larger concerns of contemporary art. In 2012, a second space, Second Space, was opened directly above the main gallery. Schönhauser Strasse 8 50968 Cologne Germany

Exhibited Artists Robert Adams Lewis Baltz Peter Downsbrough Mitch Epstein Anthony Hernandez Candida Höfer Dieter Meier Trevor Paglen Judith Joy Ross Represented Artists Robert Adams Diane Arbus Lewis Baltz Lothar Baumgarten Victor Burgin Peter Downsbrough Don Dudley Mitch Epstein Walker Evans Lee Friedlander Andrea Geyer Philippe Gronon Anthony Hernandez Candida Höfer Anthony McCall John McLaughlin Dieter Meier Gabriele & Helmut Nothhelfer Trevor Paglen Tod Papageorge Max Regenberg Judith Joy Ross Santiago Sierra Larry Sultan Molly Springfield Henry Wessel Garry Winogrand

Mitch Epstein American Elm, Central Park, New York, 2011 Gelatin silver print 50.8  61 cm Series: New York Arbor © Black River Productions, Ltd. / Mitch Epstein 71

GALLERY FIFTY ONE Director: Roger Szmulewicz Founded: 2000 Founded in 2000, GALLERY FIFTY ONE specialises in fine art photography of the 20th and 21st century: vintage, classic, fashion, African and contemporary photography. Since 2011, the gallery has been engaged in a dialogue between photography and works on paper. These exhibitions are regularly conducted to emphasise the artistic gaze of photography. An additional space, FIFTY ONE TOO, was opened in 2014. Zirkstraat 20 2000 Antwerp Belgium Hofstraat 2 2000 Antwerp Belgium

Exhibited Artists William Klein Masao Yamamoto Seydou Keïta Malick Sidibé Delphine Burtin Jacques Sonck Bruno V. Roels Represented Artists Philip Kwame Apagya Cornelius August Azaglo Alvin Booth Delphine Burtin Jean-Dominique Burton Tom Butler Elinor Carucci Simon Chaput Jean Depara Arpaïs du bois Norbert Ghisoland Peter Granser Frank Horvat Yaakov Israel Seydou Keïta Annie Kevans William Klein Adama Kouyaté Jacques Henri Lartigue Saul Leiter Steve McCurry J.D. Okhai Ojeikere Bruno V. Roels Emile Savitry Hans-Christian Schink Jan C. Schlegel Malick Sidibé Kerry Skarbakka Jacques Sonck Deanna Templeton Friederike von Rauch Weegee (Arthur Fellig) Michael Wolf Masao Yamamoto Jan Yoors

William Klein Look Left, London, 2000 Unique painted contact (paint 2006) 50  60 cm Signed, titled and dated by the artist 73

Gazelli Art House Director: Mila Askarova Founded: 2003 Contemporary art gallery Gazelli Art House supports a wide range of international artists, presenting a broad and critically acclaimed programme of exhibitions to a diverse audience with exhibition spaces in London and Baku. Founded in 2003 in Baku, Azerbaijan, the gallery held exhibitions with Azeri artists. After hosting conceptually interlinked off-site exhibitions across London, Founder and Director of Gazelli Art House, Mila Askarova, opened a permanent space on Dover Street, London, in 2012. 39 Dover Street London W1S 4NN United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Aaron Koblin & Ben Tricklebank Alinka Echeverria Charlotte Colbert Francesco Jodice Walter & Zoniel Represented Artists Aaron Koblin Alinka Echeverria Aron Demetz Aziz+Cutcher Charlotte Colbert Francesco Jodice Giovanni Ozzola Jane McAdam Freud Niyaz Najafov Recycle Group Saad Qureshi Shan Hur Stanley Casselman Walter & Zoniel

109A Nizami Street Baku Azerbaijan

Francesco Jodice Capri, The Diefenbach Chronicles, # 003, 2013 Inkjet on cotton paper, dibond aluminium, plexiglass, woodframe 150  190 cm 75

Grimaldi Gavin Directors: Camilla Grimaldi, Julie Gavin Founded: 2014 Grimaldi Gavin represents a diverse range of international artists with a focus on presenting solo and group exhibitions of groundbreaking and experimental contemporary photography. The programme seeks to explore the future of the medium, how it is displayed and experienced. 27 Albemarle Street Lower Ground Floor London W1S 4DW United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Miles Aldridge Valérie Belin Goldschmied & Chiari Karen Knorr Karine Laval Sophy Rickett Clare Strand Massimo Vitali Represented Artists Miles Aldridge Roy Arden Martina Bacigalupo Valérie Belin Joachim Brohm Emma Critchley Peter Fraser Goldschmied & Chiari Karen Knorr Karine Laval Sinaida Michalskaja Domingo Milella Sophy Rickett Jem Southam Heidi Specker Clare Strand Massimo Vitali Tomoko Yoneda Fabio Zonta

Lara Baladi A New World, 2010 Permanent pigment print on gesso coated aluminium 180  180 cm Series: Diary of the Future 77

HackelBury Fine Art Directors: Marcus Bury, Sascha Hackel, Kate Stevens Founded: 1998 Our primary focus is on pioneering contemporary mid-career artists, with an emphasis on museum projects. Pushing the boundaries of various media, the work and practice of these artists encompasses the worlds of photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, architecture and performance.

Exhibited Artists Doug & Mike Starn Garry Fabian Miller William Klein Represented Artists Bill Armstrong Garry Fabian Miller Stephen Inggs The Estate of Pascal Kern William Klein Saul Leiter Ian McKeever Malick Sidibe Doug & Mike Starn

4 Launceston Place London W8 5RL United Kingdom

Garry Fabian Miller Voyage in Winter’s Brightness, 2013 Light, water, Lambda C--print from dye destruction print 119  142 cm 79



HADA Contemporary Director: Tom Woo Founded: 2010 We aim to offer a thorough understanding of the rapid transformation of Eastern and Western cultural spheres. We focus on narrowing discrepancies originating from the geographical limitation and time lapse through the immediate translation and bridging of current artistic cultures and discourses. We work to stimulate artistic creativity of both emerging and established talents from Korea and East Asia.

Exhibited Artists Ahn Jinkyun Noh Suntag Chun Kyungwoo Chung Heeseung Represented Artists Ahn Jinkyun Chun Kyungwoo Chung Heeseung Gwon Osang Ham Jin Je Baak Kim Minae Min Jungyeon Noh Suntag Shin Meekyoung

21 Vyner Street London E2 9DG United Kingdom


1 Chun Kyungwoo Versus #2, 2007 Digital C--print 66  90 cm 2 Chun Kyungwoo 1 Hour Portrait #10, 2002 Digital C--print 105  80 cm 3 Chun Kyungwoo Brea Things #06, 2008 Digital C--print 100  130 cm 81

Howard Greenberg Gallery Director: Howard Greenberg Founded: 1981 Howard Greenberg Gallery has a long and established programme of exhibitions presenting both 20th century and contemporary photographic art. 41 East 57th Street Suite 1406 10022 New York United States

Exhibited Artists Richard Avedon Bruce Davidson Saul Leiter Joel Meyerowitz W. Eugene Smith Represented Artists Berenice Abbott Frédéric Brenner Edward Burtynksy William Gedney Frank Gohlke Kenro Izu James Karales William Klein Jacques Henri Lartigue Leon Levinstein Vivian Maier Martin Munkácsi Arnold Newman Marvin Newman Ruth Orkin Gordon Parks Ken Schles Edward Steichen Minor White

W. Eugene Smith Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946 Gelatin silver print, printed 1950s 37.5  32.4 cm © Black Star Agency 83

in camera Directors: Hanane Hilmi-Obadia, Jean Noël de Soye Founded: 2008 in camera gallery was opened in Paris in June 2008 by Hanane Hilmi and Jean Noël de Soye. Its ambition is to support the work of contemporary and 20th century photographers. Most of the artists of the gallery are internationally renowned, they have been published in numerous editorials and are part of many public and private collections. in camera continues its international development by working with worldwide acclaimed artists such as Robert Longo. The gallery is also associated with The Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Arts. 21 rue Las Cases 75007 Paris France

Exhibited Artists Nobuyoshi Araki Kenro Izu Robert Longo Dolorès Marat Represented Artists Emi Anrakuji Nobuyoshi Araki Francisco Araya Evgenia Arbugaeva Jane Evelyn Atwood Jerry Berndt Édouard Boubat Alexandra Catiere Jean Noël de Soye Stéphane Duroy Julian Germain Kenro Izu Robert Longo Eri Makita Dolorès Marat Hein-Kuhn Oh Gueorgui Pinkhassov Eva Rubinstein Txema Salvans Cindy Sherman Bertien van Manen

Robert Longo Men in the Cities, 1977 – 83 Inkjet pigment print 100  66.6 cm 85

Ingleby Gallery Directors: Richard Ingleby, Florence Ingleby Founded: 1998 Founded in 1998, Ingleby Gallery maintains an ambitious programme of exhibitions and off-site projects by established and emerging artists. Over the past 17 years, it has secured a reputation as one of the country’s leading private galleries, renowned for the quality of its publications and exhibitions which regularly tour to museums. The Gallery represents artists of international standing and we are pleased to advise public, private and corporate clients on building and maintaining collections.

Exhibited Artists Ben Cauchi Thomas Joshua Cooper Susan Derges Peter Liversidge Garry Fabian Miller

15 Calton Road Edinburgh EH8 8DL United Kingdom

Ben Cauchi The Thin Veil, 2013 Ambrotype 43  36 cm 87

James Hyman Gallery Director: James Hyman Founded: 1999 James Hyman Gallery is the leading specialist in London in 19th and 20th century vintage photography. The gallery represents many of the most important contemporary British photographers, and is proud to represent New Wave photographer Raymond Cauchetier and work with the Estate of André Kertész. The gallery frequently sells and loans to museums and discreetly sources works for private collectors. 16 Savile Row London W1S 3PL United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Berenice Abbott Robert Adams Eugène Atget Edouard Baldus Bill Brandt Brassaï Harry Callahan Raymond Cauchetier Robert Frank J.B. Greene Bert Hardy André Kertész Man Ray Charles Negre Martin Parr Tony Ray-Jones Aaron Siskind Homer Sykes Jon Tonks Andy Warhol Edward Weston Represented Artists Raymond Cauchetier Anna Fox Ken Grant Mark Power Paul Reas Andy Sewell Homer Sykes Jon Tonks

Raymond Cauchetier A Bout de Souffle (Jean--Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg), 1959 Gelatin silver print 100  80 cm 89

Kahmann Gallery Director: Roy Kahmann Founded: 2005 Kahmann Gallery embodies all that is photography. Founded in 2005 with a focus on Dutch vintage photography, the scope has broadened over time to include equal volumes of work of international and contemporary photographers. Kahmann Gallery will remain a specialist in the sale of unique photography that has made history or will most likely do so. Lindengracht 35 1015KB Amsterdam The Netherlands

Exhibited Artists Sanne Sannes Gerard Fieret Frank Ockenfels 3 Jasper Krabbé Casper Faassen Schilte & Portielje Represented Artists Sanne Sannes Gerard Fieret Schilte & Portielje Frank Ockenfels 3 Casper Faassen Jasper Krabbé Sarah Mei Herman Takeshi Shikama Eikoh Hosoe Antoine D’Agata Albert Watson Jeroen Hofman Machiel Botman Eva Besnyö Rutger ten Broeke Robert van der Hilst Christien Jaspars Ata Kandó Barry Kornbluh Tiane Doan Na Champassak Maura Sullivan Linelle Deunk Paul den Hollander Lonneke van der Palen Katrien Vermeire Jeroen Toirkens

Casper Faassen Schim (Shadow), 2014 Photography and oil paint on Setasand 50  50 cm 91

Kasher|Potamkin Directors: Steven Kasher, Andi Potamkin, Samantha Choppa Founded: 2014 Kasher|Potamkin, a collaboration between Steven Kasher (Steven Kasher Gallery) and Andi Potamkin (Three Squares Studio), is a boutique-meets-gallery concept located in the heart of Chelsea at 515 West 26th Street in a 1,100-square-foot space with direct views to the High Line. Curated from floor to ceiling, Kasher|Potamkin presents handcrafted, rare objects, as well as unique works of art and design where aesthetics and craftsmanship are paramount. By situating works of art in an intimate, home-like environment, Kasher|Potamkin expands the conversation on how to integrate art and life.

Exhibited Artists Miles Aldridge Aneta Bartos Tim Hailand Marianna Rothen Represented Artists Aneta Bartos John Breed Mia Fonssagrives-Solow Maurizio Galante The Haas Brothers Tim Hailand Sergei Isupov Marianna Rothen Vee Speers Luke Stephenson

Kasher|Potamkin 515 West 26th Street, Floor 2 New York, NY 10001 United States

Miles Aldridge The Cult of The Self #3, 2013 Digital C--print 99.1  152.4 cm 93

La Galerie Particulière Directors: Guillaume Foucher, Frédéric Biousse, Audrey Bazin Founded: 2009 Opened in 2009 in Paris’ historic Marais district, La Galerie Particulière shows – on an alternate basis – young emerging artists and major internationally renowned artists who had never benefited from a solo show in France (Byung-Hun Min, David Hilliard, Ethan Murrow, Todd Hido, Michael Wolf, Kate MccGwire, Anthony Goicolea and others). In May 2012, the opening of our second gallery in the same street allowed us to diversify our programme, and show more intimate, acute and innovative works, as well as video. In September 2014, we opened a new space in Brussels, Belgium. Whatever their medium of choice, our artists share the idea of identity building as their key subject.

Exhibited Artists Todd Hido Represented Artists Anne-Lise Broyer Anthony Goicolea Byung-Hun Min Cesar Del Valle Claudine Doury David Hilliard Ethan Murrow Floriane De Lassée Kate MccGwire Laurent Millet Levi Van Veluw Michael Wolf Motoi Yamamoto Pierrick Naud Sylvain Couzinet-Jacques Todd Hido Ville Lenkkeri

16 et 11 rue du Perche 75003 Paris France Place du Châtelain 14 1050 Ixelles, Brussels Belgium

Todd Hido #9248--a, 2002 Digital C--print 50  50 cm 95

LAMB Arts Director: Lucinda Bellm Founded: 2013 LAMB Arts was established in 2013 as a UK-based gallery with an adamant focus on Latin America. The focus of the LAMB Arts programme lies between SĂŁo Paulo and London with the aim of promoting young contemporary artists using both cities as a platform as well as international art fairs. In November 2014, LAMB Arts opened a permanent space in London. LAMB Arts thrives on artistic diversity; consequently all shows and art fairs feature art from several different media.

Exhibited Artists Ruben Brulat Kate Bellm Represented Artists Luiz Hermano Patricia Camet Fernando Otero Ruben Brulat Christopher Page Renata De Bonis Carla Chaim Victor Florido James Hillman Annie Morris Santiago Parra

10 White Horse Street London W1J 7LJ United Kingdom

Ruben Brulat Douces brise (Kiketi, Georgia), 2013 137  109 cm 97

Les Douches La Galerie Director: Françoise Morin Founded: 2006 Les Douches la Galerie directed by Françoise Morin features photography, both contemporary and vintage, organised around a common theme known as ‘documentary style’. The gallery also shows experimental photographic work that explores and innovates formal applications of the art of photography. Les Douches also organises gettogethers with the movers and shakers of the art world: institutional people, gallery owners, journalists, curators – or enlightened, curious amateurs. 5 rue Legouvé 75010 Paris France

Exhibited Artists Berenice Abbott Tom Arndt Alexis Cordesse Stéphane Couturier Ernst Haas Ezra Nahmad Represented Artists Berenice Abbott Tom Arndt Jean-Christophe Béchet Sébastien Camboulive Alexis Cordesse Stéphane Couturier Aymeric Fouquez Thierry Girard Ernst Haas Rodolf Hervé Juraj Lipscher Vivian Maier André Mérian Ezra Nahmad Sophal Neak Jacqueline Salmon Pierre Schwartz Homer Sykes Sabine Weiss Bruce Wrighton

Tom Arndt Bicentennial Fete, Browerville, Minnesota, 1976 Gelatin silver print 25  25 cm 99

Michael Hoppen Gallery Directors: Michael Hoppen, Clemency Cooke Founded: 1993 Showing fine 19th and 20th century vintage photography and 21st century photographic art, The Michael Hoppen Gallery was founded in 1993 at 3 Jubilee Place in the heart of Chelsea, London. Michael Hoppen Contemporary followed in 2000, creating one of Europe’s largest collections of photography. 3 Jubilee Place London SW3 3TD United Kingdom

Ishiuchi Miyako Frida by Ishiuchi#23, Mexico, 2012 –15 C--print 112.5  76 cm © Ishiuchi Miyako ‘Frida by Ishiuchi# 23’

Exhibited Artists Bruce Bernard David Goldblatt Charles Jones Kikuji Kawada Ishiuchi Miyako Sohei Nishino Simon Norfolk Shomei Tomatsu Represented Artists Nobuyoshi Araki Jeff Bark Peter Beard Bruce Bernard Guy Bourdin Bill Brandt Brassaï Henri Cartier-Bresson Alejandro Chaskielberg Horacio Coppola John Davies John Deakin Robert Doisneau Eamonn Doyle Dr Harold Edgerton Lucas Foglia Fernand Fonssagrives Masahisa Fukase Hisaji Hara Lucien Hervé Scarlett Hooft Graafland Kati Horna Eikoh Hosoe Ishiuchi Miyako Charles Jones Colin Jones Kikuji Kawada Koichiro Kurita William Klein Jacques-Henri Lartigue Neil Libbert Sarah Moon Daido Moriyama Sohei Nishino Simon Norfolk Leopoldo Pomés Akira Sato Boris Savelev Chloe Sells Noé Sendas Toshio Shibata Osamu Shiihara Gunnar Smoliansky Joseph Szabo Miroslav Tichý Shomei Tomatsu Yoshihiko Ueda Yumiko Utsu André Villers Tim Walker Bradford Washburn Brett Weston Weegee 101

Michael Reid Director: Michael Reid Founded: 2004 Michael Reid as an organisation is a suite of art galleries, the administrative hub of which can be found in Sydney. All three galleries specialise in Australian art, with the Sydney and Berlin galleries placing a strong emphasis on contemporary photography and indigenous art from our cities. 44 Roslyn Gardens Elizabeth Bay Sydney NSW 2011 Australia

Exhibited Artists Joseph McGlennon Petrina Hicks Represented Artists Nici Cumpston Marian Drew Rex Dupain Petrina Hicks Joseph McGlennon Fabian Muir Catherine Nelson Deborah Paauwe Joan Ross Christian Thompson

Ackerstrasse 163 10115 Berlin Germany Murrurundi Boyd Street Murrurundi Upper Hunter Valley New South Wales Australia

Petrina Hicks Venus, 2013 Inkjet pigment print 120  120 cm 103

Nailya Alexander Gallery Director: Nailya Alexander Founded: 2004 Member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) since 2000, the gallery opened in New York City in 2004, specialising in Russian vintage and international contemporary photography. 41 E 57th Street, Suite 704 10022 New York United States

Exhibited Artists Max Alpert Denis Brihat Semyon Fridlyand Alexander Grinberg Aleksandr Rodchenko Pentti Sammallahti Arkady Shaikhet George Tice Alexey Titarenko Evgeny Khaldey Represented Artists Nikolai Bakharev Denis Brihat Jane Hilton Nicholas Hughes Sergey Maximishin Boris Mikhailov Evgeny Mokhorev Irina Nakhova Pentti Sammallahti George Tice Alexey Titarenko Max Alpert Lev Borodulin Emmanuil Evzerikhin Semyon Fridlyand Alexander Grinberg Boris Ignatovich Evgeny Khaldey Yakov Khalip Moisei Nappelbaum Max Penson Aleksandr Rodchenko Ivan Shagin Arkady Shaikhet Sergey Shimansky Georgy Zelma Alexander Zhitomirsky

Alexey Titarenko Untitled (Crowd 2), Vasileostrovskaya Metro Station, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1993 Gelatin silver print 40  40 cm Series: City of Shadows 105

Paul Kasmin Gallery Directors: Clara Ha, Nicholas Olney, Edith Dicconson, Eric Gleason Founded: 1989 Paul Kasmin Gallery represents several generations of internationally recognised contemporary painters, sculptors and photographers. Since its inception in 1989, the gallery has presented a programme of exceptional one-person exhibitions and dynamic group shows. The gallery has three locations in New York, publishes a variety of catalogues and monographs, and participates in international art fairs and numerous public art projects. We are committed to supporting an ongoing intellectual and visual dialogue with influential modern and contemporary artists. 293 Tenth Avenue 10001 New York United States 515 West 27th Street New York United States

Exhibited Artists Tina Barney Represented Artists Laylah Ali Ron Arad Arman Tina Barney Mattia Bonetti Constantin Brancusi James Capper Saint Clair Cemin Taner Ceylan William N. Copley Ian Davenport Jirí Georg Dokoupil Barry Flanagan Caio Fonseca Walton Ford Simon Hantaï Nir Hod Robert Indiana Deborah Kass David LaChapelle Les Lalanne Liu Dan Morris Louis Nyoman Masriadi Santi Moix Robert Motherwell James Nares Iván Navarro Jules Olitski Erik Parker Elliott Puckette Mark Ryden Will Ryman Makoto Saito Tai Xiangzhou Tseng Kwong Chi Andy Warhol

Tina Barney Michael Stipe, Room 100, 2008 C--print 121.9  152.4 cm © Tina Barney 107

Peter Fetterman Gallery Directors: Peter Fetterman, Douglas Marshall Founded: 1989 Since its establishment in 1989, Peter Fetterman Gallery has been committed to promoting the awareness and appreciation of the photographic medium as fine art. Specialising in modern humanist, fashion and documentary work, the gallery has developed one of the largest inventories of blue-chip classic photography in the United States while continually hosting exhibitions by the most acclaimed 20th century and contemporary photographers. 2525 Michigan Ave #A1 90404 Santa Monica United States

Exhibited Artists Sebastião Salgado Henri Cartier-Bresson Lillian Bassman Heinrich Kühn André Kertész Gregori Maiofis Yousuf Karsh Steve McCurry Stephen Wilkes Represented Artists Lillian Bassman Ruth Bernhard Édouard Boubat Giacomo Brunelli Henri Cartier-Bresson Robert Doisneau Elliott Erwitt Martine Franck Bert Hardy Yousuf Karsh Michael Kenna Gregori Maiofis Steve McCurry Willy Ronis Sebastião Salgado Pentti Sammallahti Stephen Wilkes

Sebastião Salgado Figure Eight, Serra Pelada, Brazil, 1986 Gelatin silver print © Sebastião Salgado / Amazonas Images 109

Photo Gallery International Director: Sayaka Takahashi Founded: 1979 Photo Gallery International specialises in fine art photography, contemporary, vintage and postwar Japanese photography. Photography captures not only fragments of life, but also a universal reality, which transcends time and place. Since opening in 1979, we have served as a place that people visit to look at actual prints in person. We have continuously introduced artwork by both domestic and foreign artists whose works are representative of their era. 4-12-32 Shibaura, Minato-ku Tokyo 108-0023 Japan

Exhibited Artists Yasuhiro Ishimoto Ikko Narahara Yoshihiko Ito Kazuyuki Soeno Takashi Arai Michiko Kon Represented Artists Yasuhiro Ishimoto Kikuji Kawada Ikko Narahara Issei Suda Kozo Miyoshi Michiko Kon Yoshihiko Ito James Nakagawa Takashi Arai Yuji Hamada Harry Callahan Aaron Siskind Robert Adams Linda Connor

Yasuhiro Ishimoto The Formal Stone Pavement near the Main Entrance of the Old Shoin, 1953 Gelatin silver print 35.6  27.9 cm Series: Katsura © Kochi Prefecture, Ishimoto Yasuhiro Photo Center 111

Pi Artworks London/Istanbul Director: Yesim Turanli Founded: 1998

Exhibited Artists Maria Friberg

Pi Artworks was founded by Yesim Turanli in 1998 in Istanbul and for the past 17 years has been introducing international artists to the primary market. Since its founding, Pi Artworks has been committed to showcasing the best of contemporary Turkish and international art to Istanbul’s growing art scene, alongside providing an international platform for its roster of artists to showcase their work. The gallery is located at the famous historical Misir Apartmani in Istanbul, and in October 2013 Pi Artworks London opened on Eastcastle Street, in the heart of Fitzrovia.

Represented Artists Nancy Atakan Yesim Akdeniz Volkan Aslan Osman Dinc Nezaket Ekici Maria Friberg Susan Hefuna HORASAN Tayeba Begum Lipi Nejat Sati Paul Schwer Gulay Semercioglu Mehmet Ali Uysal Ümmühan Yörük Farniyaz Zaker

55 Eastcastle Street London W1W 8EG United Kingdom 163/4 Istikal Caddesi, Misir Apartment, Galatasaray Beyoglu 34430 Istanbul Turkey

Maria Friberg Still Lives 5, 2005 Digital C--print 180  230 cm 113

Polka Galerie Directors: Adélie de Ipanema, Edouard Genestar Founded: 2007 Established in 2007 by Adélie de Ipanema and her brother, Edouard Genestar, Polka Galerie is located in the heart of the Marais district in Paris. The gallery represents fifteen photographers. Each year, within its 300 square metres divided into two spaces, the gallery organises ten exhibitions, which question the different forms of photographic art within modern and contemporary practices. 12 rue Saint-Gilles 75003 Paris France

Exhibited Artists Alexander Gronsky Sebastião Salgado Toshio Shibata Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Represented Artists Jacob Aue Sobol Gilles Caron Elliott Erwitt Joakim Eskildsen Stanley Greene Alexander Gronsky Philippe Guionie Françoise Huguier William Klein Jean-Marie Périer Marc Riboud Sebastião Salgado Toshio Shibata Donata Wenders Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre

Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Cooling Tower, Power Station, Scheibler Textile Factory, Lodz, Poland, 2012 Giclée print 150  190 cm Series: Industry 115

Purdy Hicks Gallery Directors: Rebecca Hicks, Nicola Shane Founded: 1995 Purdy Hicks Gallery was established in 1995 in East London and moved to its present location on Bankside next to Tate Modern two years later. Since its inauguration the gallery has supported both established and emerging artists who share a radical approach to our changing world. Photography is a strong focus, with artists pushing the boundaries of contemporary practice. 65 Hopton Street London SE1 9GZ United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Susan Derges Joakim Eskildsen Tom Hunter Ola Kolehmainen Tessa Traeger Awoiska van der Molen Bettina von Zwehl Represented Artists Chan-Hyo Bae Susan Derges Samuel Fosso Tom Hunter Leila Jeffreys Sandra Kantanen Eeva Karhu Ola Kolehmainen Anni Leppälä Neeta Madahar Susanna Majuri Diana Matar Jorma Puranen Tessa Traeger Santeri Tuori Awoiska van der Molen Bettina von Zwehl

Susan Derges Tide Pool Cloud 22, 2015 Unique C--print 121  64 cm 117

Riflemaker Directors: Virginia Damtsa, Tot Taylor Founded: 2003 Located in the oldest public building in the West End of London Riflemaker presents a solo project of 1970s photo collages by Penelope Slinger for Photo London. The gallery’s represented artists have recently featured in museum exhibitions at MoMA, New York, Tate, London, The Hayward Gallery, London, National Portrait Gallery, London, Venice Biennale, Fourth Plinth Project, LACMA, Los Angeles, Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, UCLA, Los Angeles, Nottingham Contemporary, MiMA and the ICA London. 79 Beak Street London W1F 9SU United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Penelope Slinger Represented Artists Shoja Azari Analog Alice Anderson Catherine Anyango William Burroughs Christopher Bucklow Judy Chicago Adam de Boer Juan Fontanive Jaime Gili Leah Gordon Josephine King Liliane Lijn Francesca Lowe John Maeda Marta Marcé Penelope Slinger Stuart Pearson Wright Wen Wu

Penelope Slinger Bird in the Hand, 1977 Unique photographic collage on card 50  35 cm 119

Robert Hershkowitz Directors: Robert and Paula Hershkowitz Founded: 1977 Robert and Paula Hershkowitz are long-established private dealers specialising in masterworks by European photographers made mainly before 1860. Cockhaise, Monteswood Lane Lindfield RH16 2QP United Kingdom + 44 (0)1444 482240 3 Sloane Avenue London SW3 3JD United Kingdom + 44 (0)20 75810362

Exhibited Artists William Henry Fox Talbot Francis Frith Roger Fenton P.H. Emerson Samuel Bourne Linnaeus Tripe Henry White Marquis de Rostaing Represented Artists William Henry Fox Talbot Roger Fenton Francis Frith Frederick Evans Peter Henry Emerson Linnaeus Tripe James Anderson Hill and Adamson Samuel Bourne Lewis Carroll Gustave Le Gray Charles Nègre Charles Clifford Auguste Salzmann Alfred Backhouse Gustave de Beaucorps Charles Marville Julia Margaret Cameron John Dillwyn Llewelyn Felix Teynard John Beasley Greene Marquis de Rostaing Giacomo Caneva Henri Le Secq Benjamin Brecknell Turner Frédéric Flacheron Eugene Piot Henri Le Secq Dr Claudius Galen Wheelhouse Reverend George Bridges Henry White Édouard Baldus Louis De Clercq Louis-Adolphe Humbert de Molard Eugene Le Dien Emile Pécarrère Hugh Owen Robert MacPherson James Robertson Reverend Calvert Jones Paul Mares Louis Robert Thomas Sutton

Francis Frith The Statues of the Plain, Thebes, 1857 Albumen print from a glass negative 45.1  66 cm 121

Robert Klein Gallery Directors: Robert Klein, Maja Orsic, Hank Hauptmann, Laurent Dupont Founded: 1980 Robert Klein Gallery was established in 1980 and ranks among the world’s most prestigious showrooms of fine art photography. Robert Klein Gallery maintains an extensive and ever-changing inventory of 19th century, 20th century and contemporary photographs. Participating in international art fairs such as Paris Photo and The AIPAD Photography Show in New York, Robert Klein Gallery provides its contemporary artists with international exposure while exhibiting works by recognised masters. 38 Newbury Street 02116 Boston, MA United States Robert Klein Gallery @ Ars Libri 500 Harrison Ave 02116 Boston, MA United States

Heinrich Kuhn Nude Study, Mary Warner, Tyrol, Austria, 1907 Vintage pigment transfer print on Japan tissue 30.5  24.2 cm

Exhibited Artists Diane Arbus Harry Callahan Henri Cartier-Bresson Walker Evans Gohar Dashti Formento & Formento Shadi Ghadirian Mario Giacomelli Cig Harvey Horst P. Horst Kenro Izu Bill Jacobson Yousuf Karsh Arno Rafael Minkkinen Irving Penn Aaron Siskind Edward Steichen Alfred Stieglitz Paul Strand Newsha Tavakolian Paulette Tavormina Alex Webb Rebecca Norris Webb Edward Weston Francesca Woodman Masao Yamamoto Represented Artists Jesse Alexander Jessica Backhaus Roger Ballen Tom Baril Magda Biernat Julie Blackmon Jeff Brouws Christian Chaize Mark Cohen Gohar Dashti Bruce Davidson Jim Dow Elliott Erwitt Franco Fontana Formento & Formento Shadi Ghadirian Karen Halverson Horst P. Horst Cig Harvey Chip Hooper Bill Jacobson Bahman Jalali Rana Javadi Chris Jordan Yousuf Karsh William Klein Chema Madoz Arno Rafael Minkkinen Mehran Mohajer Tahmineh Monzavi Olivia Parker Paulette Tavormina Gregory Vershbow Alex Webb Wang Wusheng 123

Robert Morat Director: Robert Morat Since opening its doors in Hamburg, Germany, the gallery has focussed on new emerging positions in contemporary photography. Since 2010, the gallery also operates a project space in Berlin, showing alternating exhibitions by represented artists. Kleine Hamburger Strasse 2 10115 Berlin Germany Kleine Reichenstrasse 1 20457 Hamburg Germany

Exhibited Artists Adam Bartos Olaf Otto Becker Yann Mingard Rob Hornstra Robert Voit Represented Artists Jessica Backhaus Adam Bartos Peter Bialobrzeski Joakim Eskildsen Peter Granser Ron Jude MĂĽrten Lange Yann Mingard Ute + Werner Mahler Christian Patterson Simon Roberts Hans-Christian Schink Bertien van Manen Robert Voit

Rob Hornstra TONIA, 2009 Digital C--print 58  50 cm 125

Roland Belgrave Vintage Photography Ltd Director: Roland Belgrave Roland Belgrave specialises in vintage photographs and photo books, primarily those produced between the 1850s and the early 1900s. Early travel and exploration is a speciality, although we are interested in all exotic and eclectic early photography that might be considered out of the ordinary. We also exhibit a small number of contemporary photographers such as Derry Moore and Stephane Graff.

Represented Artists Linneaus Tripe Francis Frith Samuel Bourne Felice Beato Herbert Ponting Roger Fenton Stephane Graff Derry Moore

49 Hova Villas Brighton BN3 3DJ United Kingdom

Herbert George Ponting Midnight in the Antarctic Summer, 1910 Blue-toned carbon print with Ponting’s blindstamp lower right, Fine Art Society label on backing board, contemporary oak frame 54.5  74.5 cm 127

ROSEGALLERY Director: Rose Shoshana Founded: 1991 Founded in 1991 by Rose Shoshana, ROSEGALLERY is an internationally recognised gallery of 20th and 21st century works on paper. The gallery staff have become leading consultants to distinguished collectors and advisors for prominent art museums, auction houses and academic institutions. ROSEGALLERY is committed to the ongoing development, definition, and long-term conceptualisation, preservation and presentation of art collections. In addition to bi-monthly exhibitions, the gallery participates in worldwide art fairs.

Exhibited Artists Jo Ann Callis Mark Cohen William Eggleston Elger Esser

Bergamot Station Arts Center 2525 Michigan Avenue Gallery G5 90404 Santa Monica United States

William Eggleston Untitled, 1970 –73 Dye Transfer print 40.6  50.8 cm © The Eggleston Artistic Trust and ROSEGALLERY, Santa Monica 129

Royal College of Art A Conversation at the Edge of an Object – Work from the Royal College of Art’s MA Photography Alumni. We understand photography as a discourse that encompasses multiple practices. This disregard for a fixed essence is photography’s strength: no aesthetic purity but a range of rhetorical forms used for the creation of fact, fiction and fantasy. Whether still or moving, analogue or digital, the photographic image is for us a visual form that aims to be thoughtful as well as playful: an allegorical and thoroughly visual form. Works selected by our guest curator for Photo London were made between 2010 to 2014. They are indicative of the practices our students develop on our MA course.

Exhibited Artists Sidsel Christensen Philip Dorl Dominic Hawgood Eugenia Ivanissevich Mandhukai Kaylin Agata Madejska Joanna Piotrowska Tom Pope Tereza Zelenkova

This exhibition has been organised by Professor Olivier Richon, Head of Photography and Sarah Jones, Senior Tutor and Reader in Photography at the Royal College of Art, and is curated by Daniel C. Blight. We would like to thank The Stanley Foundation for its support. Kensington Gore London SW7 2EU United Kingdom

Dominic Hawgood I Command You Get Out, 2014 LED light panel and Arduino LED strip, duratran 102  76 cm Mandhukai Kaylin Lemons, 2014 Duratran on perspex 120  150 cm 131

SCHEUBLEIN + BAK Directors: Christina Scheublein, Georg Bak Founded: 2011 SCHEUBLEIN + BAK is based at Sihlberg Castle in Zurich and was founded by Christina Scheublein & Georg Bak in May 2011. The gallery is dedicated to offer acclaimed and highly gifted emerging artists a platform to show their work in historic settings beyond the customary white-cube context. SCHEUBLEIN + BAK is driven by a focus on curating and presenting extraordinary exhibitions with select artistic positions that reflect the cornerstones of the global discourse on contemporary art.

Exhibited Artists Dan Holdsworth Gottfried J채ger Michael Reisch Represented Artists Edward Burtynsky Pascal Danz Andrea Heller Dan Holdsworth Gottfried J채ger Damien Meade Michael Reisch Oskar Schmidt Nikolai Winter

Schloss Sihlberg Sihlberg 10 8002 Zurich Switzerland

Ursel J채ger Gottfried J채ger zeigt seine Lochblendenstruktur 3.8.14 F 2.6, 1967, 1968 133

School Gallery / Olivier Castaing Director: Olivier Castaing Founded: 1988 School Gallery currently presents its eighth annual programme. This gallery aims to be a place of discovered works and to promote contemporary art in all its forms, with important presentations of French and international photographers. Photography occupies a very particular place in the gallery programme. The gallery will premiere a set of photographs taken during the events in Londonderry (1969) from the Gilles Caron estate. Gilles Caron very quickly became an iconic figure for journalists, a symbol for aid workers, a standard-bearer for reporters who risked their lives testifying to the horror and the beauty of the world, and a myth for all those who, consciously or otherwise, dreamed of taking the same perilous path.

Exhibited Artists Gilles Caron Bachelot Caron Nicolas Dhervillers Joakim Eneroth Sacha Goldberger Represented Artists Jakob + Macfarlane Susanna Hesselberg Vee Speers Emilie Benoist Cécile le Talec Raphaël Tachdjian Marie Orensanz Ghyslain Bertholon Chiachio Giannone Naji Kamouche Pascal Bauer Vincent Ruffin Michaela Spiegel Dominique Bailly Yveline Tropea

322 rue Saint Martin 75003 Paris France

Gilles Caron American Army 173rd Airborne Brigade. South Vietnam, December 1967, 1967 Gelatin silver print 30.0  39.9 cm 135

Steven Kasher Gallery Directors: Steven Kasher, Maya Piergies, Kat Jones Founded: 1995 Steven Kasher Gallery specialises in fine art photography, contemporary and vintage. The gallery works with important photographers and major photographic archives such as the Associated Press, National Geographic Society, The New York Times,The Andy Warhol Foundation and Magnum. Under the imprint SteidlKasher we have published books on John Chamberlain, Mike Disfarmer, Chauncey Hare, Andy Warhol and others. Founded in 1995, we’ve been a member of AIPAD since 2000. 515 W 26th Street 10001 New York United States

Exhibited Artists Diane Arbus Richard Avedon Bruce Davidson Danny Fitzgerald Leonard Freed Jerome Liebling Danny Lyon Cynthia MacAdams Vivian Maier Elaine Mayes Fred W. McDarrah Charles Moore Lewis Morley Wingate Paine Stephen Shames Represented Artists A-CHAN Miles Aldridge Marc Asnin Jonathan Becker Melissa Cacciola Henry Chalfant John Chamberlain Bob Colacello Mike Disfarmer Phyllis Galembo Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Joel Grey Ashkan Hornavar Paul Kooiker Jerome Liebling Roxanne Lowit Vivian Maier Jim Marshall Elaine Mayes Fred W. McDarrah Charles Moore Daido Moriyama Lewis Morley Wingate Paine Lou Reed Clifford Ross Leo Rubinfien Mark Seliger Stephen Shames Christopher Thomas Andy Warhol Weegee (Arthur Fellig) Brett Weston

Jerome Liebling Butterfly Boy, New York City, 1949 Gelatin silver print 28  35.5 cm 137

Sundaram Tagore Gallery Directors: Sundaram Tagore, Faina Goldstein Founded: 2000 Established in 2000, Sundaram Tagore Gallery is devoted to examining the exchange of ideas between Western and non-Western cultures. We focus on developing exhibitions and hosting not-forprofit events that encourage spiritual, social and aesthetic dialogues. In a world where communication is instant and cultures are colliding and melding as never before, our goal is to provide venues for art that transcend boundaries of all sorts. With alliances across the globe, our interest in cross-cultural exchange extends beyond the visual arts into many other disciplines, including poetry, literature, performance art, film and music. 547 West 27th Street New York, NY 10001 United States 1100 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10028 United States 57– 59 Hollywood Road Central, Hong Kong China

Exhibited Artists Sebastião Salgado Represented Artists Miya Ando Frances Barth Fernando Botero Edward Burtynsky Tom Doyle Golnaz Fathi Barry Freedland Denise Green Stan Gregory Fré Ilgen Kim Joon Nathan Slate Joseph Hosook Kang Jane Lee Annie Leibovitz Vittorio Matino Ricardo Mazal Steve Mccurry Judith Murray Michael Petry Robert Polidori Bruce Porter Sohan Qadri Sebastião Salgado Hiroshi Senju Donald Sultan Joan Vennum Merrill Wagner Lee Waisler Susan Weil Betty Weiss Robert Yasuda

Gillman Barracks 5 Lock Road 01– 05 Gillman Barracks Singapore 108933

Sebastião Salgado Southern Right Whale, Valdés Peninsula, Argentina, 2004 Gelatin silver print 180  125 cm © Sebastião Salgado / Amazonas Images 139

Taka Ishii Gallery Director: Elisa Uematsu Founded: 1994 Taka Ishii Gallery opened in 1994 with an exhibition programme devoted to exploring the conceptual foundations and implications of contemporary (photo) graphic practice. The gallery has since exhibited and published the work of contemporary master Japanese and foreign artists as well as supported the development of younger artists. In the winter of 2011, the gallery inaugurated Taka Ishii Gallery Photography / Film, a second exhibition space located in the Roppongi district of Tokyo. 1-3-2 5F Kiyosumi Koto-ku 135-0024 Tokyo Japan

Exhibited Artists Nobuyoshi Araki Naoya Hatakeyama Daido Moriyama Leo Rubinfien Represented Artists Nobuyoshi Araki Larry Clark Naoya Hatakeyama Minoru Hirata Eikoh Hosoe Tomoki Imai Masahiro Kodaira Daido Moriyama Toshiya Murakoshi Ikko Narahara Kiyoji Otsuji Leo Rubinfien Lina Scheynius Teikoh Shiotani Kiyoshi Suzuki Keiichi Tahara Yutaka Takanashi Yosuke Takeda Shomei Tomatsu Nao Tsuda Ed van der Elsken Katsumi Watanabe Garry Winogrand Ayaka Yamamoto Nakaji Yasui Erika Yoshino

Daido Moriyama Shinjuku, 2002/2008 Gelatin silver print 55.5  83.8 cm 141

Tasveer Directors: Abhishek Poddar, Shalini Gupta, Nathaniel Gaskell Founded: 2006 Established in 2006,Tasveer began as the first pan-India gallery dedicated exclusively to photography. Founded by Abhishek Poddar, Shalini Gupta and Naveen Kishore, Tasveer’s main gallery space and head office is in Bangalore. Additionally the gallery manages spaces in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Each year the gallery programmes six exhibitions which highlight different areas of India’s visual culture, be it in the context of politics, history, culture or art. Sua House 26/1 Kasturba Cross Road 560001 Bangalore India

Exhibited Artists Christopher Taylor Derry Moore Jyoti Bhatt Karen Knorr Ram Shergill Vivek Vilasini Represented Artists Andreas Volwahsen Anna Fox Annu Palakunnathu Matthew Christopher Taylor Derry Moore Jyoti Bhatt Karen Knorr Maïmouna Guerresi Marc Riboud Martine Franck Michael Kenna Norman Parkinson Prashant Panjiar Raghu Rai Ram Shergill Ryan Lobo Saibal Das Sebastian Cortés Shadi Ghadirian Sunil Gupta Swapan Nayak T S Satyan Tim Hall

Derry Moore, Interior, Jodhpur, 1980 Gelatin silver print 40.6  50.8 cm 143

The Little Black Gallery Directors: Ghislain Pascal, Tamara Beckwith-Veroni Founded: 2008 The Little Black Gallery is London’s boutique photography gallery specialising in contemporary photography from around the world. It is also home to the Bob Carlos Clarke Foundation and has a permanent room of work by the legendary photographer. The gallery is co-owned by Tamara BeckwithVeroni and Ghislain Pascal. 13A Park Walk London SW10 0AJ United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Bob Carlos Clarke Anja Niemi Vee Speers Tyler Udall Represented Artists Bob Carlos Clarke Mike Figgis Marco Glaviano Patrick Lichfield Anja Niemi Vee Speers Alistair Taylor-Young Tyler Udall Martin Usborne

Anja Niemi The Chrysler, 2014 C--print 50  70 cm 145

The Photographers’ Gallery Director: Brett Rogers Founded: 1971 Print Sales has been an integral part of The Photographers’ Gallery since its opening in 1971, supporting both the organisation and its photographers through the sale of contemporary, modern, vintage, rare and limited edition fine art prints. We currently represent thirty-five British and international photographers including emerging contemporary artists talents as well as acclaimed photographers and estates such as Sebastião Salgado, Elliott Erwitt and Jacques Henri Lartigue. We also offer rare buying opportunities through our special Gallery Editions scheme, whereby world-renowned photographers and artists donate a limited edition print to help support The Photographers’ Gallery. All profits from Print Sales directly support The Photographers’ Gallery public programme and further allow us to support younger emerging artists at crucial stages of their careers. 16 – 18 Ramillies Street London W1F 7LW United Kingdom printsales

Exhibited Artists Bert Hardy Elliott Erwitt Jacques Henri Lartigue Manuel Álvarez Bravo Maurizio Anzeri Pentti Sammallahti Tamas Dezso Sebastião Salgado Represented Artists Angus Boulton Bert Hardy Chrystel Lebas Clarisse d’Arcimoles Daniel Naude Dorothy Bohm Ed van der Elsken Elliott Erwitt George Rodger Giacomo Brunelli Guy Tillim Jacques Henri Lartigue John Hinde Julie Blackmon Julie Cockburn Kurt Tong Luke Stephenson Manuel Álvarez Bravo Mari Mahr Martina Lindqvist Michal Chelbin Mike Perry Nicholas Hughes Pentti Sammallahti Sebastião Salgado Simon Roberts Sophie Gerrard Stephen Gill Tamas Dezso Vee Speers Weegee (Arthur Fellig) Wolfgang Suschitzky

Maurizio Anzeri Vapensiero, 2015 Embroidery on photo Series of 39 pieces 147

The Ravestijn Gallery Directors: Jasper Bode, Narda van ’t Veer Founded: 2012 The Ravestijn Gallery was founded in Amsterdam by Jasper Bode and Narda van ’t Veer with a focus on inquisitive and provocative approaches to contemporary photography. Bode and van ’t Veer respectively bring together several decades of experience curating photography exhibitions and representing a diverse group of photographic talents in The Netherlands and abroad. Westerdoksdijk 603-A 1013 BX Amsterdam The Netherlands

Exhibited Artists Darren Harvey-Regan Ruth van Beek Eva Stenram Jean-Francois Lepage Represented Artists Eva Stenram Darren Harvey-Regan Jean-Francois Lepage Ruth van Beek Mark Nettenbreijers Vincent Fournier Freudenthal / Verhagen Rose Hartman Koen Hauser Atze Haytsma Nico Krijno Lernert & Sander

Eva Stenram Drape (Centrefold II), 2012 Digital C--print 27.2  40.8 cm 149

The Wapping Project Bankside Director: Dr Jules Wright Founded: 2008 The gallery represents a small, international group of fine art photographers born after 1970. It also shows the work of the late Lillian Bassman and Deborah Turbeville, the fine art work of Susan Meiselas and the fashion photography of Paolo Roversi. All photographers work on film, shooting medium and large format, print in small editions and elect to create work with challenging content. 37 Dover Street London W1S 4JN United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Elina Brotherus Lydia Goldblatt Alexander Gronsky Jacqueline Hassink Abbas Kowsari Juul Kraijer Edgar Martins Stephen J. Morgan Paolo Roversi Jeffrey Stockbridge Mitra Tabrizian Thomas Zanon-Larcher Represented Artists Lillian Bassman Elina Brotherus Lydia Goldblatt Alexander Gronsky Jacqueline Hassink Abbas Kowsari Juul Kraijer Edgar Martins Susan Meiselas Stephen J. Morgan Paolo Roversi Jeffrey Stockbridge Mitra Tabrizian Deborah Turbeville Thomas Zanon-Larcher

Mitra Tabrizian The Long Wait, 2005 – 6 Digital C--print 122  153 cm Series: Border 151

Timothy Taylor Director: Timothy Taylor Founded: 1996

Exhibited Artists Diane Arbus

Timothy Taylor represents a diverse yet focussed programme, stemming from an interest in post-war European abstraction, that places historically significant figures alongside their established and younger peers.The Estate of Diane Arbus exemplifies a core element of the gallery’s programme that prides itself on a selection of artists who differ in their techniques, epochs and origins, but who are committed to the highest standards within their chosen medium.

Represented Artists Diane Arbus Robert Bechtle Jean-Marc Bustamante Gabriel de la Mora Armen Eloyan Lee Friedlander Adam Fuss Ewan Gibbs Philip Guston Simon Hantaï Hans Hartung Volker Hüller Jessica Jackson Hutchins Eemyun Kang Alex Katz Jonathan Lasker Agnes Martin Eddie Martinez Josephine Meckseper Richard Patterson Mai-Thu Perret Serge Poliakoff Fiona Rae Sean Scully Kiki Smith Tony Smith Antoni Tàpies Eduardo Terrazas Liliane Tomasko Lucy Williams

15 Carlos Place London W1K 2EX United Kingdom

Diane Arbus Young Couple on a Bench in Washington Square Park, N.Y.C., 1965 Gelatin silver print 36.4  36.4 cm 153

Tristan Hoare Gallery Director: Tristan Hoare Founded: 2009 Tristan Hoare Gallery focusses on emerging and established international contemporary artists. London

Exhibited Artists Alejandro Guijarro Leonora Hamill Ursula Schulz-Dornburg Malick Sidibé Represented Artists Alejandro Guijarro Leonora Hamill Rose Klabin Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Edith Marie Pasquier Ursula Schulz-Dornburg Malick Sidibé

Leonora Hamill Sculpture II Saigon, 2010 Analogue C--print 150  190 cm 155

Yossi Milo Gallery Directors: Yossi Milo, Alissa Schoenfeld Founded: 2000 Yossi Milo Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting the work of international artists who break new ground in the field of contemporary photography, video and works on paper. Established in 2000, the gallery has exhibited the first New York solo shows of Pieter Hugo, Alec Soth, Loretta Lux, Matthew Brandt, Mike Brodie, Robert Bergman, Kohei Yoshiyuki, and recently began representation of German artist Marco Breuer,Takuma Nakahira, a co-founder of the influential ‘Provoke’ movement in 1970s Japan, and Israeli video artist Nevet Yitzhak. 245 Tenth Avenue 10001 New York United States

Exhibited Artists Marco Breuer Pieter Hugo Chris McCaw Alison Rossiter Represented Artists Matthew Brandt Marco Breuer Mike Brodie Andrew Bush Julie Cockburn David Goldes Tim Hetherington Pieter Hugo Simen Johan Myoung Ho Lee Sze Tsung Leong Loretta Lux Chris McCaw Takuma Nakahira Muzi Quawson Doug Rickard Alison Rossiter Mark Ruwedel Alessandra Sanguinetti Lise Sarfati Assaf Shaham Jacob Aue Sobol Ezra Stoller Lorenzo Vitturi Nevet Yitzhak Yoon Ji Seon Kohei Yoshiyuki

Pieter Hugo Mimi Afrika, Wheatland Farm, Graaff--Reinet, 2013 Digital C--print 102.9  81.9 cm Series: Kin 157


Discovery A.I. London Edel Assanti London G/P Gallery Tokyo Galerie Vanessa Quang Paris IBASHO Antwerp PUG Oslo Roman Road London Tiwani Contemporary London

A.I. Director: Anne-Marie Tong Founded: 2013 Based in London, A.I. is a platform exhibiting emerging artists to an international audience; it is committed to encouraging an East-West dialogue. The gallery runs a series of pop-up exhibitions and an online space.

Exhibited Artists Sarah Choo Jing Fiona Struengmann Represented Artists Sarah Choo Jing Ian Newman Fiona Struengmann Nicole Stott

3, 8 Princelet Street London E1 6QJ United Kingdom

Sarah Choo Jing It was a Tuesday like any other Tuesday, 2014 Digital C--print, face--mounted on Dibond 130  91 cm 161

Edel Assanti Directors: Charlie Fellowes, Jeremy Epstein Founded: 2012 Edel Assanti is a London-based gallery working with international, interdisciplinary artists. 74a Newman Street London W1T 3DB United Kingdom

Exhibited Artists Noemie Goudal Represented Artists Jodie Carey Gordon Cheung Marcin Dudek Noemie Goudal Jesse Hlebo Alex Hoda Nicolai Howalt Andrew Sutherland

Noemie Goudal Tectonic I, 2014 Digital C--print 168  185 cm 163

G/P Gallery Directors: Shigeo Goto, Sawako Fukai Founded: 2008 Established in 2008, G/P has been playing a role as the platform for contemporary Japanese photography by discovering and promoting young Japanese photographers’ works to the international world of contemporary photography. G/P gallery’s mission is to discover, encourage and promote Japanese young and powerful photographers, to generate the appreciation for photography as an art form through discussions and criticism, and to be at the frontier of contemporary photography through maintaining active cultural exchange between international photographers. 1-18-4 NADiff A/P/A/R/T 2F Ebisu, Shibuya-ku 150-0013 Tokyo Japan

Exhibited Artists Daisuke Yokota Taisuke Koyama Takashi Kawashima Takaaki Akaishi Kazuo Yoshida Ryo Fujimoto Hiroshi Takizawa Kazuhito Tanaka Takeshi Mita Yusaku Yamazaki Kenta Cobayashi Represented Artists Yumiko Utsu Taisuke Koyama Mayumi Hosokura Daisuke Yokota Takashi Kawashima Takaaki Akaishi Kazuo Yoshida Ryo Fujimoto Stephen Gill Viviane Sassen Ina Jang Paul Kooiker Yoshihiko Ueda Kishin Shinoyama

2-9-13 TOLOT 2F Shinonome, Koto-ku 135-0062 Tokyo Japan

Takashi Kawashima From the series of unfinished topography / collection, 2015 Digital C--print 52.2  39.5 cm 165

Galerie Vanessa Quang Director: Vanessa Quang Founded: 2000 The gallery was born in 2000. It has a strong commitment which is translated by a dynamic and open programme of all contemporary artistic forms. 7 rue des Filles du Calvaire 75003 Paris France

Exhibited Artists Christophe Luxereau Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen Emeric Lhuisset Represented Artists Markus Henttonen Lydia Venieri Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen Reynald Drouhin Christophe Luxereau Charley Case Carlos Franklin Martin Lord Erwin Redl Jari Silomäki Pekka Jylhä Michaël Cros Flavia Bigi

Christophe Luxerau Untitled, 2 015 Lambda print 5 0  70 cm Series: Chemical Sunset 167

IBASHO Directors: Annemarie Zethof, Martijn van Pieterson Founded: 2014 IBASHO – ‘a place where one feels comfortable and at ease’. IBASHO is a new gallery in Antwerp, Belgium, offering vintage and contemporary Japanese and International Fine Art Photography. IBASHO hopes to show the versatility and beauty of Japanese photography in its many guises, from the raw and unpolished to the minimalist and still.The international photography complements and deepens the Japanese collection and focusses on the beautiful that can be called ‘Japanese aesthetics’. Tolstraat 67 2000 Antwerp Belgium

Exhibited Artists Daido Moriyama Keizo Kitajima Shomei Tomatsu Miyako Ishiuchi Issei Suda Toshiko Okanoue Takashi Yasumura Yoshinori Mizutani Artists in Collection Daido Moriyama Keizo Kitajima Issei Suda Shomei Tomatsu Eikoh Hosoe Akiko Takizawa Asako Narahashi Hiromi Tsuchida Hiroshi Sugimoto Ikko Narahara Yoshinori Mizutani Miyako Ishiuchi Naoya Hatakeyama Nobuyoshi Araki Takashi Yasumura Toshiko Okanoue Toshio Shibata Yoshihiro Tatsuki Aaron Siskind Harry Callahan Jeanloup Sieff Mario Giacomelli Brett Weston Wynn Bullock Aart Klein Edward Weston Ray Metzker

Takashi Yasumura Aso, 2003 Digital C--print 44.3  55.3 cm Series: Nature Tracing 169

PUG Directors: Anette Skuggedal, Ellen-K Willas Founded: 2007 PUG OSLO [Pop-Up Gallery] is based in Norway. The gallery is committed to presenting photography-based art by internationally acclaimed artists. We believe in the artists who combine creative integrity and intent with the highest level of craftsmanship, as they push the boundaries of contemporary photography. Our concept allows us to present exhibitions in spaces such as an abandoned factory building, a fortress and the oldest auction house in Oslo, where the work challenges the space. PUG OSLO appreciates the cooperation with museums, such as Fotografiska in Stockholm. PUG OSLO is member of AIPAD (Association of International Photography Art Dealers).

Exhibited Artists Jeff Cowen Steinar Christensen Arno Rafael Minkkinen Yamamoto Masao Matthias Olmeta Represented Artists Roger Ballen Nick Brandt Jeff Cowen Steinar Christensen Lisa Holden Sally Mann Yamamoto Masao Arno Rafael Minkkinen Jimmy Nelson Matthias Olmeta Joyce Tenneson Joel-Peter Witkin

Thomas Heftyes Gate 42c 0264 Oslo Norway

Steinar Christensen Kerberos Present II, 2015 Inkjet pigment print 90  120 cm Series: Shelter 171

Roman Road Director: Marisa Bellani Founded: 2013

Exhibited Artists Thomas Mailaender

Founded in 2013 by Marisa Bellani, Roman Road is a contemporary art gallery committed to bolstering the talents of up-and-coming and mid-career artists. Located in the East End of London, the gallery endeavours to inspire its audiences to connect with emerging art today through innovative solo and group exhibitions and intriguing displays. With a focus on photography amongst other media including sculpture, painting and installation, Roman Road strives to impart and reinforce an ‘experience’ of art in all its curated projects. In addition to internal exhibitions, the gallery conceives and achieves international pop-up shows and participates in prominent art fairs.

Represented Artists Antony Cairns Tom Esam Thomas Mailaender Aida Silvestri Josh Whitaker

69 Roman Road London E2 0QN United Kingdom

Thomas Mailaender Barbie Fitness, 2014 Cyanotype on plasterboard 250  120 cm Thomas Mailaender Drug Dealer, 2014 Cyanotype on plasterboard 250  120 cm Thomas Mailaender Gombrich Lap Dance, 2014 Cyanotype on plasterboard 250  120 cm 173

Tiwani Contemporary Director: Maria Varnava Founded: 2011 Tiwani Contemporary exhibits and represents international emerging and established artists, focussing on Africa and its diaspora. The gallery presents work through its exhibition programme and participation in art fairs. In addition to its commercial activities, Tiwani Contemporary runs a public programme supported by the A.G. Leventis Foundation. The gallery works in collaboration with the Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos (CCA, Lagos) on both its exhibition and public programmes.

Exhibited Artists Mory Bamba J.D. ’Okhai Ojeikere Alida Rodrigues Abraham Oghobase Andrew Esiebo Represented Artists Abraham Oghobase Andrew Esiebo Theo Eshetu Simone Leigh Mary Evans Virginia Chihota Francisco Vidal ruby onyinyechi amanze

16 Little Portland Street London W1W 8BP United Kingdom

Andrew Esiebo Untitled, Lagos, Nigeria, 2010 C--print 120  80 cm Series: Who We Are 175

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Richard Misrach The Mysterious Opacity of Other Beings (Detail)

Hiroshi Sugimoto PPTRD 020, 2014 Platinum and palladium print

Specialising in platinum and palladium prints, amanasalto is dedicated to the planning, production and distribution of limited edition photographic prints, books and portfolios with world-renowned artists and photographers. Hiroshi Sugimoto’s PPTRD (Pre-Photography Time Recording Device), an exceptionally rare work that captures fossils from Sugimoto’s private collection, will be shown at Photo London. Also on view is (PRODUCT)RED version of Tadao Ando’s ANDO × ANDO The 2nd Round – The Photographs, a portfolio box including platinum prints and an exclusive scroll drawing by Ando himself. Based in Tokyo, IMA gallery curates photography exhibitions offering novel approaches and perspectives, with its main focus on the introduction of emerging Japanese artists to an international audience.


Aperture, a not-for-profit foundation, connects the photo community and its audiences with the most inspiring work, the sharpest ideas and with each other – in print, in person and online. The Aperture lounge will feature new book releases and artist signings, as well as works from the limited edition programme by artists including: Sama Alshaibi, Jo Ann Callis, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Pieter Hugo, Richard Misrach, James Mollison, Daniel Naudé, Erwin Olaf, Martin Parr, David Benjamin Sherry and Paul Strand among others.

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Simon Brann Thorpe Toy Soldiers Mehairez No.03, 2010 –12 (project completion 2015) Rotimi Fani-Kayode Cargo of the Middle Passage, 1989

Established in 1988 with the mission of advocating the inclusion of historically marginalised photographic practices, Autograph ABP is a charity that works internationally in photography and film, cultural identity, race, representation and human rights. As an agency, gallery and publishing house, Autograph ABP produces an extraordinary programme of exhibitions and events, commissions and publications. We collaborate with artists, scholars and institutions – nationally and internationally – engaging audiences around the world. We build strategic alliances across the broad arena of contemporary photographic art practice to advance public debate relating to representation and cultural difference. Our publications include Limited Edition books, artist monographs and broadsheet newspapers. We represent artists for print sales and commercially license the photography championed through our online Image Bank. Our research highlights the continuing importance of making accessible contemporary as well as historical work that has been repeatedly undervalued and overlooked.

Founded in 1994, Dewi Lewis Publishing has an international reputation with a list that has included books by leading British and international photographers such as Martin Parr, Simon Norfolk, Pentti Sammallahti, Ed van der Elsken, John Blakemore, Paolo Pellegrin, Simon Roberts, Brian Griffin, Anders Petersen and Bruce Gilden. Each year the company publishes around 20 new titles with the aim of bringing to the attention of a wider public accessible but challenging contemporary photography by both established and lesser known practitioners. Dewi Lewis Publishing also works in close collaboration with a number of European publishers and is a founding member ofThe European Publishers Award for Photography, which is now in its 22nd year. In 2014 Dewi Lewis Publishing received the PHotoEspaña Award forThe Outstanding Publishing House of theYear. Previous recognition has included awards from the KrasznaKrausz Foundation andThe Royal Photographic Society. During Photo London we will be showcasing many new titles including work by Jan Brykczynski, Martin Parr, ´ Phillip Toledano, Anderson & Low, Simon Brann Thorpe, Mahtab Hussain, Jon Tonks and Ambroise Tézenas. We will also carry a stock of rare and out of print titles as well as special limited editions. 177



Peter Bialobrzeski Nail Houses #34, Shanghai 2013 Collector’s Edition

Quality is the key criterion for programme development at HATJE CANTZ. The wide-ranging programme of HATJE CANTZ VERLAG makes this publishing house one of the leading international publishers for the visual arts, new media, photography and architecture with global distribution. HATJE CANTZ publishes books that are standard-bearers for attention to detail and a passion for art. Expertise, commitment and an inquiring approach determine the diversity and strategic trajectory of the publishing programme. Enthusiasm and a passion for new and undiscovered art have defined the profile of this publishing house from the time of its establishment in 1945 to the present day. ‘Publishing means creating spaces for the mind.’ Gerd Hatje, founder of HATJE CANTZ.

Seba Kurtis Mirrors, 2014

HOTSHOE is the UK’s leading contemporary photography magazine. Published seasonally it is repeatedly the first to spot and support innovative work. Its accessible features are not only the product of a powerful visual aesthetic, but also strong writing and intelligent design. The multitude of voices and opinions that makes up HOTSHOE includes some of the most important names in photography today, writing in one of the few truly independent publications. During Photo London HOTSHOE launches HOTSHOE Editions, a selection of prints from some of our favourite photographers whose works have appeared in HOTSHOE such as Seba Kurtis, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Harley Weir, EstherTeichmann, Lucas Foglia, Aaron McElroy, Federico Clavarino and Diana Scherer. Each print comes in an edition of 100 at a size of 12" × 16", giving collectors the chance to own something truly beautiful at an affordable price. 178

Kehrer Verlag


Newsha Tavakolian From the book Blank Pages of an Iranian Photo Album, 2015

Kehrer Verlag is an independent publishing house specialising in photography and fine art books. It is one of the five publishers offering the annual European Publishers Award for Photography, an initiative to encourage the publication of contemporary photography. At Photo London we will be presenting many new titles including work by Christoph Bangert, Hannah Collins, Dima Gavrysh, Michael Marten, David Parker, Tim Richmond, Sheila Rock, Jeffrey Silverthorne, Vee Speers, Newsha Tavakolian, Nikki Toole and Martin Usborne.

Books with artists, writers and curators.



Thames & Hudson

Stephen Shore ¯ ¯ January 11, 2010 Beit Jala, From Galilee to the Negev, Phaidon Press, 2014

Phaidon is the premier global publisher of the creative arts with over 1,500 titles in print. We work with the world’s most influential artists, photographers, chefs, writers and thinkers to produce innovative books on art, photography, design, architecture, fashion, food and travel, and illustrated books for children. Photography books by Phaidon range from career monographs to limited edition photobooks; from thematic surveys to primers on photography. We publish the work of some of the most renowned and influential photographers around the world, including Roger Ballen, Nan Goldin, Danny Lyon, Steve McCurry, Joel Meyerowitz, Martin Parr, Stephen Shore and WolfgangTillmans. Phaidon’s beautiful illustrated books are treasured worldwide for their outstanding content and awardwinning production. Each book is designed meticulously and the content carefully curated and edited to showcase creativity and imagination that can inspire us all. A number of Phaidon photography titles will be available to buy at Photo London and many of our authors will be attending the festival for talks and book signings. See the full programme for more details. 180

Thames & Hudson is an international publisher of beautifully illustrated books. With a passion for visual culture, titles range from art, architecture, design, fashion and popular culture to photography, history, lifestyle, children’s and gift. Founded in 1949, Thames & Hudson has always prided itself on the very high standards of the books it produces, both in content and quality of production, and attracts many authors, artists, designers, illustrators and photographers who are distinguished in their own fields.



Alluring © Raina Stinson, USA, Grand Prize, Single Image Category, LensCulture Exposure Awards

The 31 award-winning photographers featured in LensCulture’s Photo London exhibition are the winners and finalists of the 6th annual LensCulture Exposure Awards. These fresh, diverse points of view come from photographers representing six continents and 18 countries – an up-to-the-minute snapshot of the best in global contemporary photography. LensCulture is one of the most popular online destinations to discover curated contemporary photography from around the world. Our mission is simple: to discover the best of contemporary photography and share it with the largest audience possible (we reach an audience of over 1.2 million monthly). To accomplish our mission, LensCulture sponsors several international photography grants, awards and competitions throughout the year, and we are active partners with festivals, fairs and portfolio reviews around the world. In addition to exhibitions, we create projections that are screened at international photography festivals. In 2015, LensCulture is launching a major online education initiative to revolutionise interactions and learning among photographers, editors, curators, educators and publishers no matter where they are (physically) in the world.

Rankin Tongue Tied, 2011

Rankin is a British photographer, publisher, film director and humanitarian. With a portfolio ranging from portraiture to documentary, he has shot The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Kate Moss, Tony Blair and The Queen to name only a few. Having co-founded the magazine Dazed & Confused, he has remained a prevalent force in publishing. Principally a portrait photographer, Rankin tapped into the consciousness of the 1990s and 2000s with an intimate approach and playful sense of humour. The eclectic range of his work over the years has shown his adaptability both in terms of craft and style. 181



The public programme is the beating heart of Photo London. With the generous support of the LUMA Foundation, we have sought to create a vibrant photography programme that fits perfectly, if occasionally somewhat rambunctiously, with the architectural splendours that surround it. It is perhaps the kind of thing of which Edward Seymour (first Duke of Somerset) would be thrilled to see in his former home. Visitors arriving from the Strand will be greeted by The Teaser, a public lightbox installation in the Courtyard produced by Rut Blees Luxemburg in collaboration with Alexander García Düttmann and Nuno Ricou Salgado. Depending on precisely when you arrive you may, or may not, find actors declaiming passages from The Academic Year, the novel from which the work derives. Those coming from the Embankment will discover our three specially commissioned exhibitions. Beneath the Surface, 128 rarely-shown photographic works from the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Photographs Collection (a show so impressive that the team at Somerset House asked to keep it until late August). Then there are previously unseen large-format platinum prints from Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis series; and, finally, the first UK exhibition of Iranian photographer Kaveh Golestan’s Prostitute curated by Vali Mahlouji. Programmed in spaces ranging from cafés to lecture theatres around the site and beyond, Photo London’s lively talks and lectures programme, curated by Professor Francis Hodgson, will feature some two dozen of the world’s finest photographers, including: Don McCullin, Sebastião Salgado, Susan Derges, Todd Hido, Mitch Epstein, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Rankin and Stephen Shore. The programme will also carry a special focus on collecting photography and the issues surrounding it, whether for the individual collector, corporations or major cultural institutions. And then, as night falls, Photo London goes underground. The eerie caverns of the Deadhouse will be filled with projections of documentary photographs from the worlds of disco, reggae, dancehall, and grime accompanied by live DJ sets. Edward Seymour and his Tudor chums would, you feel, have dined heartily on the feast of photography set before them.


Music and Photography

During Photo London four evening events will take place in the subterranean Deadhouse situated directly beneath the Courtyard of Somerset House, combining music with photography. We have invited some of London’s key contemporary music figures to host takeovers in the space. For the opening night, YOYO founders Seb Chew and Leo Greenslade will be DJ’ing and presenting a series of photographs from their extensive archive of parties around the world. The following night we have JustJam, the brainchild of London photographers Tim & Barry, who will be streaming live online from the 184

event and displaying a selection of their extensive back catalogue of images. On Saturday, Rinse FM will be providing DJs to accompany the iconic imagery of Disco photographer Bill Bernstein. The Photo London closing party on Sunday will feature music from Don Letts and Earl Gateshead, with foundation reggae photography from Beth Lesser. Images taken from Disco – the Bill Bernstein Photographs Published by Real Art Press, October 2015 © Bill Bernstein

Sohei Nishino CITIES

Nishino’s large-scale dioramas are the result o­f an elaborate process. For each intricate project, Nishino photographs a city f­rom every possible angle over the course of­several months.Thousands of­exposures are assembled into a diorama that forms a dense and compacted photographic map of­the city. Frame by ­frame the photographer works through the city’s streets, meticulously producing a collage that is a journey of its own. As a new Goliga edition (, Nishino’s diorama o­f London will be produced as an oversized print.

A special installation of­the print will be presented as part of Photo London.The London diorama will be sectioned and divided into approximately 1,000 prints, each measuring 10 ×16 cm. Participants can choose to purchase 10 o­f these prints to be housed in a custom-made box. Each o­f the prints is unique so as sections of­the diorama are selected, they are removed f­rom the installation.

Sohei Nishino Diorama Map London, 2010 (detail) 185

Photo London Talks Francis Hodgson

Often it seems analysts can say anything they like about photographs, painting them over in the colours of their own theoretical positions. Poor mute photographs, I sometimes feel, as another ream of unreadable paper settles about them. Yet photographs aren’t mute by any means; and we all live in the world photographs have made. Photography is hugely influential in every sector; it has been for generations. One (brilliant) recent book is simply titled Photography Changes Everything. To treat it either as marginal or as an empty bucket into which to pour theories developed elsewhere is to miss its real importance. The talks programme for the inaugural Photo London of 2015 was devised with those ideas in mind. Consciously anchored in the practical experience of the people who make photography and do stuff with it, the talks are intended above all to allow interested audiences to share in plain language what the speakers have gained from experience. We have grouped our speakers in companionable pairs or trios deliberately to challenge each other. Our invitation to them is to articulate the habits of mind which perhaps they take for granted. To our public, we extend the invitation to be entertained in all seriousness. Neither lectures nor seminars, we have opened real conversations on photography to a wider audience. We have divided our proceedings in two main strands. The first, naturally enough in the context of the inaugural Photo London, is a wide-ranging overview of collecting, with contributions from curators and collectors, publishers and artists, critics and historians. Elsewhere, we have a strand devoted more simply to the photographers, to give them the platform they so obviously deserve. Partnered with a number of institutions beyond the fair that are using the opportunity to arrange talks on photography of their own, we have given London a theme for a week in May. 186

Most talks are open to all; they will be individually recorded and circulated as appropriate after the fair has closed. Contributions will come from Susan Derges, SebastiĂŁo Salgado, Bill Ewing, Colin Ford, Ori Gersht, Stephen Gill, Todd Hido, Tom Hunter, Idris Khan, Tim Marlow, Rankin, Don McCullin and Nadav Kander among others. For up-to-date programming details, please see the Photo London website:

Rut Blees Luxemburg The Teaser In collaboration with Alexander García Düttmann and Nuno Ricou Salgado

Arranged around the public Courtyard of Somerset House, Photo London has commissioned Rut Blees Luxemburg to present a lightbox project consisting of 10 lightbox cubes and 10 framed lights to show photographs that reveal an urban ‘love story’ overlayed with text by philosopher Alexander García Düttmann. From 12 – 4 pm on Saturday 23 May, the installation will become the set for a performance reading of Blees Luxemburg's and García Düttmann’s collaborative publication The Academic Year, in association with SPBH Editions. The outdoor lightboxes form part of a European outdoor art project by, a cultural association based in Lisbon. Since 2005, has worked towards the development, dissemination and creation of projects, particularly in the visual, performing and public arts, that allow audiences to reflect on the contemporary world. The Teaser is part of’s Flâneur Project, which explores representations of urban life through the eyes of commissioned photographers, presenting their work in public spaces. The photographers are encouraged to create work that gives a fresh take on the dynamics of cities and their geographic and social landscapes. ‘The photographer is an armed version of the solitary walker reconnoitering, stalking, cruising the urban inferno, the voyeuristic stroller who discovers the city as a landscape of voluptuous extremes. Adept of the joys of watching, connoisseur of empathy, the flâneur finds the world ‘picturesque’.’ On Photography, Susan Sontag


BENEATH THE SURFACE Photographs from the V&A collection Martin Roth, Director Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) started collecting photographs when it opened in 1852, and when photography was a little over ten years old. More than 160 years have passed, and in that time the Museum’s collection has grown in parallel with the medium to become one of the largest and most important in the world. It is international in scope and covers the entire history of photography from 1839 to the present. Photography is now a vital and thriving medium. The scale and number of photographic exhibitions, books, galleries, fairs, writers, specialised curators, museum collections, private collections and practitioners grows each year. This exhibition of photographs from the V&A’s remarkable collection forms a central part of the programme of Photo London at Somerset House. It includes several that have never, or rarely, been exhibited before. It is wonderful to see this extraordinary group of photographs in new surroundings and alongside works brought to Photo London by exhibitors from around the world. The exhibition remains until 24 August at Somerset House after the fair closes, allowing more visitors more time to enjoy it. I would like to thank the organisers of Photo London, Somerset House and other generous V&A benefactors for their support in making this collaboration possible.


Donald Woodman Tina, 1982 Gelatin silver print 427  355 mm 190

Beneath the Surface Martin Barnes, Senior Curator, Photographs Victoria and Albert Museum, London

This exhibition is a cross-section from the V&A’s Photographs Collection, like a geological sample, examining the substance below the most visible layer. It delves into the collection’s depths, mostly bypassing the more familiar. The title Beneath the Surface guides a selection that is both a physical unearthing of collection items and a presentation of images that resonate visually or metaphorically with the theme. Since the exhibition celebrates the opening of Photo London there is also an appropriate concentration of images made in the city. Ranging from 19th century amateurs to well-known contemporary artists, all the photographers highlighted here share a fascination for things that are overlooked, hidden, or now vanished. Within the V&A collection, there are many justly famous, instantly recognisable and frequently exhibited works by the major names in photography. But there are also numerous little-known gems that now take centre stage in this exhibition, further revealing the collection’s richness and diversity. With such historic scope – numbering millions of photographs across various departments – it is inevitable that some images have not been exhibited in a lifetime, and others never shown at all. This is not the result of deliberate neglect, but the effect of combined circumstances. The sheer number of photographs means that each must wait its turn for exhibition in a limited share of Museum space. The history of photography is being continually reassessed and items rise and fall over the years in their relevance and popularity with scholars, curators and the public. Photographic prints and books have always been available to view in the V&A’s Prints & Drawings Study Room and National Art Library, and exhibiting them in gallery spaces has not often been the primary method of access. Some items have suffered over time and needed conservation treatment to make them presentable now. So these photographs have not exactly been hidden, merely waiting patiently for the right opportunity for public show. Some of the photographic prints in Beneath the Surface have not been exhibited since their creation in the 19th century. Others have not yet been shown because they have only very recently been made and added to the collection. Some particularly satisfying discoveries have been the images of long-lost London sites made by William Strudwick in the 1860s and by Benjamin Stone in the early 1900s. With the gallery at Somerset House situated on the banks of the Thames, Victor Prout’s journey in panoramic photographs along the river from Westminster to Oxford in 1862 makes a fitting geographic connection with the theme as well as the site of the exhibition. The humble and overlooked details of London’s characterful 191

streets are the subject of both Robert Brownjohn and John Gay’s works made in the 1960s, while Thurston Hopkins’ images of the same period revel in its nightlife. More recently, Rut Blees Luxemburg and Stephen Gill observe the city’s underbelly with forensic or mythical inflections. Water is a recurring motif throughout, its ever-changing surface suggesting the intricacies below, and depicted with lyricism by David Kronig, Elizabeth Williams and Susan Derges. In the works of Floris Neusüss and Donald Woodman, the human form is submerged in water, while in the pieces by Ackroyd & Harvey, Pedro Meyer and Robert Heinecken figures emerge from organic growth, patina, decay and the lapses of time. Henry Irving’s pairings of trees photographed from the same standpoint in both summer and winter reveal the structure of branches as well as the passage of the year. Records of archaeological excavation, former civilisations and the perpetually changing cityscape can be seen here too in works by Francis Bedford, Jane Dixon or Naoya Hatakeyama, and in the photographs of the Colosseum and the Temple of Vesta in Rome, made in the 1860s by an as yet unidentified photographer whose enormous prints are an impressive achievement for the period. The Museum itself – its backstage processes and sites of preservation that are not usually foregrounded – are revealed in Charles Thurston Thompson, Sinje Dillenkofer and Nigel Shafran’s photographs. The processes of photography are well suited to unveil more than first meets the unaided human eye. In photographs, time and experience can be distilled, through careful editing and sequences, double exposures, digital manipulation and other experimental adaptations. Details, movement and atmosphere that would normally be ungraspable can become enduring and vivid through the lens. However, it is not primarily through equipment or technique, but rather through the skilfully trained eye and receptive curiosity of the photographer, that a sense of revelation becomes possible. It is hoped that this eclectic mix of photographs dealing with what lurks beneath surface appearances will sharpen attention to what often lies hidden, even in plain sight.

Exhibition curated by Martin Barnes, with grateful acknowledgement for the invaluable collaboration of V&A Curator of Photographs, Susanna Brown and Assistant Curator, Hinde Haest. This exhibition would not have been possible without the support of the LUMA Foundation, the Pictet Group, Candlestar and The Stanley Foundation. 192

Rut Blees Luxemburg Nach Innen / In Deeper, 1999 C--print 1500  1800 mm

The title of this photograph of steps leading down to the river Thames is based on a quote by Roland Barthes: ‘To get out, go in deeper.’ Luxemburg is known for nocturnal urban images with long exposure times capturing the city in the eerie glow of streetlights. Instead of describing actual locations, her photographs evoke psychological and mythical spaces filled with reflection, traces and reverie. Footprints visible on the steps lead down and back again, a symbol for the starting or finishing point of a journey – or the act of disappearance and reappearance. 193

Nigel Shafran Series: Ten Photographs taken for the V&A Annual Report 2012/13, printed 2014 Digital inkjet print 508  677 mm 194

Nigel Shafran Series: Ten Photographs taken for the V&A Annual Report 2012/13, printed 2014 Digital inkjet print 508  677 mm

The Victoria and Albert Museum commissioned Nigel Shafran to take a series of photographs for the V&A’s Annual Report. Navigating between the galleries, study rooms, service areas, offices and stores of the museum he developed an archaeology of the building showing the traces of its human use. Whether made in public spaces or behind the scenes, his quietly attentive photographs unveil the sculptural qualities of the everyday, and offer a candid representation of the museum’s working life. 195


William Strudwick Almonry, Westminster Abbey, about 1866 Albumen print 282  240 mm

In the late 1860s, Henry Cole, founding Director of the V&A, encouraged the purchase of a series of photographs titled Old London: Views by W. Strudwick. Strudwick acted as a photographic storekeeper at the Museum, but also worked as a draftsman, architect, sculptor and poet. His series documents a wide variety of subjects all over London, including the medieval coaching inns prior to their demolition to make way for the railways, and the riverside shortly before the construction of the Embankment. Strudwick’s project echoes other similar survey initiatives at this time, which recognised photography as the quintessential medium to save from oblivion what was about to disappear. 197

William Strudwick The George Inn, Borough, about 1860 Albumen print 221  286 mm 198

William Strudwick Soap Warehouse, Fore Street, Lambeth, 1860 –1868 Albumen print 286  254 mm 199

Robert Brownjohn Series: Street Level, 1961 Gelatin silver prints All approximately 240  160 mm 200

Robert Brownjohn Series: Street Level, 1961 Gelatin silver prints All approximately 240  160 mm

In the course of a single day Robert Brownjohn accumulated 137 photographs of London street signs. Their vernacular urban typography inspired his own practice as a designer and filmmaker. The images were published in the magazine Typographica in 1961 as the picture story ‘Street-Level’, with an introduction by Brownjohn, who wrote: ‘They show what weather, wit, accident, lack of judgment, bad taste, bad spelling, necessity and good loud repetition can do to put a sort of music into the streets where we walk.’ 201

Benjamin Stone Prison Yard, Newgate Prison, 1902 Platinum print 155  203 mm 202

Benjamin Stone Graveyard, Newgate Prison, 1902 Platinum print 155  203 mm

In their quest to record Britain’s heritage, the members of the National Photographic Record and Survey Association did not hesitate to include more sinister subjects. Benjamin Stone and George Scamell photographed the desolate Newgate Prison in the year it closed down, two years before its demolition. It had been considered the cradle of female prison reform since the visit of philanthropist Elizabeth Fry in 1813. The images are part of the National Photographic Record archive, initiated by Stone in 1897 and comprising over 5,000 prints. 203

Jane Dixon Regeneration II (Chicago), 2007 Photo--etching 405  585 mm 204

For her Regeneration series (2006–10) Dixon visited cities which had been rebuilt after destruction. This photographic etching is based on the artist’s own manipulated photograph of present-day Chicago, which was ravaged by fire in 1871. The corrosive effect of the acid during the etching process has abstracted the descriptive qualities of the original photograph. Stripping the surface of its layers, Dixon’s methods resemble those of archaeology and forensics. Both figuratively and in a literal sense, her etchings are concerned with the disappearance and replacement of physical structures and with lost and found space.

Naoya Hatakeyama Tunnel #4910 Series: Underground, 1999 C--print 485  485 mm

This underground picture turns a darkened sewage tunnel in Shibuya, Japan into a sublime landscape of architectural decay. A fraction of the structure is lit by a light on a tripod, revealing a crumbling cement ceiling. The photographer used a fifteen--minute long exposure time to allow for the gloomy conditions and also to give the piece a contemplative quality that enhances the grandeur of the site. 205

David Kronig The Face of the Water, 1959 – 64 Gelatin silver prints All approximately 243  194 mm 206

Kronig tested his book design for The Face of the Water by creating a full--scale dummy. Although it was never published, the mock--up allows an insight into his creative process. Kronig’s desire to ‘make still images move’ is reflected in his studies of the water surface. Meandering across the pages, his photographs suggest fluidity through careful sequencing. They were taken where the river Arve joins the Rhône near Geneva, where Kronig lived from 1959 to 1964.


Harold Eugene Edgerton Marine Organisms, Shadowgraph of a Shrimp, 1978 printed 1982 C--print 269  204 mm 208

Edgerton was an electrical engineer and began to take photographs as scientific experiments. To do this he invented the stroboscope, which allowed him to take split--second pictures of objects in motion, which could not be seen by the human eye. For this ‘camera-less’ shadowgraph, he shone light through fluid, projecting the shadow of a nearly transparent shrimp and a starfish directly on the light sensitive photographic surface.

Stephen Gill Series: Talking to Ants, 2009 –13 Pigment print 1016  1016 mm

Gill sourced objects and creatures from the streets of East London for this series. He placed them directly into the body of his camera, exposing the film and material simultaneously. He explains: ‘I hoped through this method to encourage the spirit of the place to clamber aboard the images and be encapsulated in the film emulsion, like objects embedded in amber. My aim was to evoke the feeling of the area at the same time as describing its appearance as the subject was both in front and behind the camera lens at the same moment.’ 209

Henry Irving Gingko Tree – Kew – November, Bromley, Kent Gingko (Maidenhair) Tree – Kew – July, Bromley, Kent, about 1900 Platinum prints Approximately 240  180 mm 210

Henry Irving Acacia – Kew – November, Bromley, Kent Acacia, Bromley, Kent Elm – Bromley Common – February, Bromley, Kent, about 1900 Platinum prints Approximately 240  180 mm

Despite its remarkable and consistent quality, Irving’s work has long gone unnoticed. He mastered complex photographic processes such as platinum printing, and worked methodically on large series of images showing botanical specimens from Bromley, Horley and London’s Kew Gardens. His photographs were exhibited during his lifetime at the Royal Photographic Society and used as illustrations for a number of publications, including Flowers and Plants for Designers and Schools (1907), Trees and their Life Histories (1909) and How to Know the Trees (1911). 211

Floris Neusßss Untitled, 1958 Gelatin silver print 395  278 mm 212

NeusĂźss has dedicated his career to experimenting with photograms, a process in which the subject is recorded directly on light sensitive paper without using a camera. This image was taken during a performance in Arles called Dissolving of Bodies, in which life--size photograms of human figures were exposed to the elements. One was buried, another burned, a third flown on a kite and a fourth immersed in the sea.

Floris Neusüss Wasserauflösung / Water Dissolution, 1977 Gelatin silver print 180  274 mm 213

Ackroyd & Harvey Mother and Child, 1998/2000 Gelatin silver print 1830  1150 mm 214

The work of Ackroyd & Harvey conflates photography and photosynthesis. By projecting a negative over a surface of seeds, the germinating grass produces varying amounts of chlorophyll, resulting in shades of green that form an image. The living grass ‘photograph’ was re-shot to scale and printed on black and white paper to preserve the ephemeral original. The image depicts Ackroyd and her daughter, providing a symbolic and literal take on genetics. The process and subject raises questions about preservation and posterity.


Beneath the Surface List of works All works from the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum Ackroyd & Harvey (Heather Ackroyd, born 1959, and Daniel Harvey, born 1959) Mother and Child, 1998/2000 Gelatin silver print 1830  1150 mm Museum no. E.5585-2000 Francis Bedford (1815–94) Gizeh: Excavated Temple at the Foot of the Sphinx, 1862 Albumen print 245  295 mm Museum no. 53:654 Brassaï (1899–1984) Le pont Louis-Philippe vu à travers le pont Marie, about 1935 Gelatin silver print 295  210 mm Bequest of Madame Gilberte Jacqueline Boyer Museum no. E.868-2014 Robert Brownjohn (1925–70) Series: Street Level, 1961 Gelatin silver prints all approximately 240  160 mm Purchase funded by the Photographs Acquisition Group Museum nos. E. 661, 667, 703, 724, 725, 726, 727, 729, 731, 736, 737, 738, 739, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744-2012 Susan Derges (born 1955) Eden 4 and Eden 5, 2004 Dye destruction print photograms 1015  1830 mm and 1015  2438 mm Given by the photographer Museum nos. E.137-2015, E.445-2010 Sinje Dillenkofer (born 1959) Case 100: Set of the Queen’s Diamonds and Pearls of King August the Strong, about 1719, 2009 Inkjet print 242  560 mm Museum no. E.567-2014 Jane Dixon (born 1963) Regeneration II (Chicago), 2007 Series: Regeneration, 2006–10 Photo-etching 405  585 mm Museum no. E.27-2011


J.K. Dixon (active 1900s) ‘The Dog’s Head in the Pot’ Ironmongers, 1902 From the National Photographic Record and Survey (1897–1910) Platinum print 167  120 mm Transferred from the British Museum Museum no. E.3180-2000 Harold Eugene Edgerton (1903–90) Marine Organisms, 1978, printed 1982 C-prints 269  204 mm, 228  178 mm, 270  204 mm Given by the photographer Museum nos. Ph.234 to 236-1982 John Gay (Hans Göhler, 1909–99) Manhole Covers, about 1961 Gelatin silver prints all approximately 150  150 mm Bequest of the photographer V&A Archive of Art and Design Stephen Gill (born 1971) From the series Talking to Ants, 2009–13 Pigment prints 1016  1016 mm Purchased through the Cecil Beaton Royalties Fund Museum nos. E.643 to 645-2014 Naoya Hatakeyama (born 1958) Tunnel #4910 Series: Underground, 1999 C-print 485  485 mm Purchased through the Cecil Beaton Royalties Fund Museum no. E.6-2003 Robert Friedli Heinecken (1931–2006) From the portfolio Are You Rea, 1964–68 Lithographs 274  168 mm, 229  192 mm, 205  160 mm, 279  157 mm Purchased through the Cecil Beaton Royalties Fund Museum nos. E.840:10, 21, 22, 27-2003

Thurston Hopkins (1913–2014) In the Mall, 1952 239  298 mm Can Can, 1958 245  295 mm Soho Club, 1959 295  227 mm Battersea, 1950 296  245 mm Gelatin silver prints Museum nos. Ph.6, 12, 20, 23-1976 Henry Irving (active 1899–1922) Acacia – Kew – November, Bromley, Kent Acacia, Bromley, Kent Elm – Bromley Common – February, Bromley, Kent Elm, Bromley, Kent Aspen Poplar – Lincoln’s Inn Fields Gardens – February, Bromley, Kent Aspen Poplar, Bromley, Kent Sycamore, Bromley, Kent Sycamore – Hampton Court Park – March, Bromley, Kent Alder – Kew – February, Bromley, Kent Alder – Kew – July, Bromley, Kent Deciduous Cypress – Keston – March, Bromley, Kent Deciduous Cypress – Keston – August, Bromley, Kent Gingko Tree – Kew – November, Bromley, Kent Gingko (Maidenhair) Tree – Kew – July, Bromley, Kent White Poplar with Catkins – Spring, Horley, Surrey White Poplar – Summer Wych Elm – Winter, Horley, Surrey Wych Elm – Summer, Horley, Surrey about 1900 Platinum prints all approximately 240  180 mm Museum nos. Ph.2216-1901; Ph.2099-1900; Ph.2234-1901; Ph.2114-1900; Ph.2253-1901; Ph.2137, 2140-1900; Ph.2255, 2218, 2217, 2232, 2231, 2236, 2235-1901; Ph.3523, 3522, 3531, 3530-1904 Mark Klett (born 1952) Under the Dark Cloth – Monument Valley, 1989 Gelatin silver print 402  508 mm Museum no. E.880-1994

David Kronig (1923–93) The Face of the Water, 1959–64 Gelatin silver prints all approximately 243  194 mm Museum no. Ph.751-1987 Rut Blees Luxemburg (born 1967) Nach innen / In Deeper, 1999 C-print 1500  1800 mm Given by Adrian Sassoon Museum no. E.831-2000 H.J. Malby (active 1900s) Sunday Morning Bird Market in Bethnal Green, 1904 75  98 mm, 71  100 mm, 75  99 mm, 75  98 mm Planning a Petty Theft; The Start of a Pilfering Expedition; Waiting a Chance of Stealing the Wood Paving Blocks; Bethnal Green – Young ‘Hooligans’, 1904 60  72 mm, 65  88 mm, 66  99 mm, 72  100 mm From the National Photographic Record and Survey (1897–1910) Platinum prints Transferred from the British Museum Museum nos. E.3158 to 3160-2000; E.3165 to 3168-2000 Pedro Meyer (born 1935) The Meyers, Mexico City, Mexico, 1940/2000 Gelatin silver print 890  965 mm Given by Mark Haworth-Booth Museum no. E.1130-2008 Floris Neusüss (born 1937) Untitled, 1958 395  298 mm Wasserauflösung / Water Dissolution, 1977 180  274 mm Gelatin silver prints Given by the photographer Museum nos. E.78, 82-2011

Victor Albert Prout (1835–77) Barges at Oxford Henley-on-Thames Eton College Hampton Court (Second View) Duke of Buccleuch’s Mansion, Richmond Kew Ait Series: The Thames London to Oxford, 1862 Albumen prints 115  285 mm Museum nos. Ph.97, 108, 120, 125, 130, 134-1987 Edgar Scamell (active 1900s) Street Hawker selling Firewood in London, 1895 From the National Photographic Record and Survey (1897–1910) Platinum print 155  203 mm Transferred from the British Museum Museum no. E.3603-2000 George Scamell (active 1900s) Ward, Newgate Prison, 1900 From the National Photographic Record and Survey (1897–1910) Platinum print 155  203 mm Transferred from the British Museum Museum no. E.3401-2000 Nigel Shafran (born 1964) Series: Ten Photographs taken for the V&A Annual Report 2012/13, printed 2014 Digital inkjet prints 508  677 mm Purchased through the Cecil Beaton Royalties Fund Museum nos. E.7 to 10-2015; E.12 to 14-2015 Benjamin Stone (1838–1914) Prisoners’ Common Room, Newgate Prison Graveyard, Newgate Prison Prison Yard, Newgate Prison, 1902 From the National Photographic Record and Survey (1897–1910) Platinum prints 155  203 mm Transferred from the British Museum Museum nos. E.3400, 3371, 3392-2000

William Strudwick (1834–1910) Tabard Inn, London, Borough, about 1865 242  281 mm St. Paul’s, London, about 1865 242  283 mm Lambeth Riverside, about 1865 246  288 mm Bishops Walk, Lambeth, 1866 246  288 mm Princes Street, Lambeth, about 1865 246  284 mm New Street, Vauxhall, about 1865 268  285 mm Soap Warehouse, Fore Street, Lambeth, 1868 286  245 mm Riverside, Lambeth, about 1865 221  284 mm Palace Yard, Lambeth, about 1865 284  242 mm Fore Street, York Warf, Lambeth, about 1865 240  280 mm Fore Street, Lambeth, about 1865 286  245 mm Houses of Parliament, Westminster, about 1865 238  288 mm Butcher’s Row, Whitechapel, about 1865 236  282 mm The George Inn, Borough, London, about 1860 221  286 mm Almonry, Westminster Abbey, about 1865 282  240 mm The King’s Head Inn, Borough, about 1865 241  284 mm Peter’s Lane, Smithfield, about 1865 284  240 mm Bishopsgate, about 1865 288  226 mm Series: Old London: Views by W. Strudwick Albumen prints Museum nos. 59:371; 59:375; 59:379; 59:383; 59:388; 59:392; 59:394; 59:398; 59:400; 59:427; 59:443; 59:444; 62:392; 62:406; 62:422; 67:458; 67:459; 67:465

Charles Thurston Thompson (1816–68) Detail of ‘The Holy Family’ by Joshua Reynolds 290  239 mm Detail from ‘Edith and the Monks finding the Body of Harold’ by William Hamilton, 1860 392  330 mm Albumen prints Museum nos. 39:489; 39:493 Arthur Tress (born 1940) Flood Dream, Ocean City, New Jersey, 1971 Gelatin silver print 480  485 mm Given by the American Friends of the V&A through the generosity of David Knaus Museum no. E.577-2001 Elizabeth Williams (born 1949) Weathering the Storm (1–5), about 1983 Gelatin silver prints 420  277 mm Museum nos. Ph.329 to 333-1987 Donald Woodman (born 1945) Tina, 1982 Gelatin silver print 427  355 mm Museum no. Ph.79-1984 Unknown photographer Colosseum; Temple of Vesta, Piazza di Bocca della Verità, 1860s Albumen prints 720  940 mm © Victoria and Albert Museum, London Museum nos. E.135, 136-2015 Unknown photographer Life at the Front during WWI Spreads from L’Illustration, 16 October 1915, 30 January 1915 Offset lithography 410  600 mm NCOL.2-2015; NCOL.3-2015




A decade or so ago, the Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado decided to look at the world with new eyes. For 30 years, he had recorded the harsh side of humanity, its suffering from famine, poverty and war and the displacement forced on tens of millions of people by man-made calamities. The experience left him dejected with the state of the world. Then, in the late 1990s, he and his wife, Lélia Wanick Salgado, embarked on an ambitious plan to transform arid land owned by his family in Brazil by reforesting it with the original species that once thrived there. The programme brought new life to the land and it revived Salgado, inspiring Genesis, the latest of his long-term photographic projects, this time with nature at its heart. Put simply, Genesis began as a quest for the world as it was, as it was formed, as it evolved, as it existed for millennia before modern life began distancing us from the very source of our being. It became a journey to the landscapes, seascapes, animals and peoples that have so far escaped the long reach of today’s world. And it demonstrates that our planet still harbours vast and remote regions where nature reigns in silent and pristine dignity. Eight years and 32 journeys to distant corners of the planet resulted in a 520-page photographic book, Genesis, and eponymous exhibitions in a score of cities. The Salt of the Earth, a documentary about Salgado’s life directed by Juliano Ribeiro Salgado and Wim Wenders, including Genesis, was recently shortlisted for an Oscar. Photographs from Genesis now also constitute a special portfolio comprising 50 platinum prints on Arches Aquarelle paper, in an edition of 16, plus three Artist Proofs. Through these photographs, Genesis offers a visual tribute to a fragile planet that we all have a duty to protect. Its wonders are to be found in polar circles and tropical rainforests, in wide savannahs and scorching deserts, on glaciercovered mountains and solitary islands. Some regions are too cold or arid for all but the hardiest forms of life; others are home to animals and ancient tribes whose survival depends on their isolation. The project was named Genesis because Salgado imagined turning back the clock to the volcanic eruptions and earthquakes that shaped the earth; to the air, water and fire that gave birth to life; to the oldest animal species that still resist domestication; to remote tribes whose way of life is largely unchanged; and to extant early forms of human organisation. Salgado wanted to examine how humanity and nature have long co-existed in ecological balance. 219

His approach was not that of a journalist or scientist or anthropologist. In his own words, in Genesis, ‘I followed a romantic dream to find – and share – an unspoiled world that all too often is beyond our eyes and reach.’ His goal was not to go where man had never before set foot, although untamed nature is usually to be found in pretty inaccessible places. Rather, he simply wanted to show nature at its best wherever it could be found. And he found it in boundless spaces of immense biodiversity which, amazingly, cover almost half the earth’s surface: in the deserts of Sahara and Namibia; on the icebergs of the Antarctic and the glaciers of Alaska; in the tropical forests of Brazil and Indonesia; and in mountain ranges of awe-inspiring splendour. Salgado’s earlier global projects, Workers, Migrations and many others, had forced him to share the trials and tribulations of humanity. This one brought challenges of a different kind. Travelling on foot, in boats, small planes or balloons, all the while photographing volcanoes, icebergs, deserts or jungles, he beheld a world unchanged in millennia. And with animals in the wild – from the penguins, sea lions and whales of the Antarctic and South Atlantic to the lions, wildebeests and elephants of Africa – he witnessed the endlessly repeated cycles of life. He was often deeply moved by what he saw. He spent four weeks in a tiny boat recording the Southern Right whale in one of its largest breeding grounds off the Valdés Peninsula on Argentina’s Atlantic coast. While waiting for the best light to photograph, 15-metre-long whales and their young played around his boat, sometimes coming so close that he could have stroked them. And who would not be touched by one of nature’s grandest spectacles, that of a 40-tonne animal leaping into the sky, then crashing with a thundering sound into the water? His search for ancient communities proved more complex. While ‘uncontacted’ tribes still live in the jungles of the Amazon and New Guinea, of the remote peoples that he visited, only the Zo’é Indians in the Amazon and the Stone Korowai in West Papua have barely been touched by the outside world. Many others maintain strong identities and have kept the age-old shapes of their wooden homes, their languages, religious rituals, hunting methods and diets. But they no longer live in total isolation. Salgado’s aim was to portray these peoples as close as possible to their ancestral way of life. Some wear second-hand clothes distributed by evangelical groups, but he was able to show the ceremonial attires and tribal customs of which they are most proud and which in a few decades may survive only in photographs. Sooner or later, the modern world will touch them – or they will go looking for it. Yet even in this vanishing world, he found communities that still live in harmony with nature. Genesis, then, is the record of Salgado’s journey into the unknown, his love poem to the majesty and fragility of earth, to the mosaic of beauty that nature still offers. And it is this that Genesis celebrates. But Salgado also concluded his odyssey with a sombre awareness that, through ignorance, rapacity or indifference, we risk losing this extraordinary legacy.


Iceberg between Paulet Island and the South Shetland Islands on the Weddell Sea Antarctic Peninsula, 2005 © Sebastião Salgado / Amazonas images / NB Pictures 221

Typically, the women in the Zo’é village of Towari Ypy use the red fruit of the urucum (Bixa orellana) to color their bodies. It is also used in cooking. Pará, Brazil, 2009 © Sebastião Salgado / Amazonas images / NB Pictures 222

Teureum, sikeirei and leader of the Mentawai clan. This shaman is preparing a filter for sago, with the leaves of this same tree. Siberut Island, West Sumatra, Indonesia, 2008 © Sebastião Salgado / Amazonas images / NB Pictures 223

Large sand dunes between Albrg and Tin Merzouga, Tadrart South of Djanet, Algeria, 2009 © Sebastião Salgado / Amazonas images / NB Pictures 224

Marine iguana Galápagos, Ecuador, 2004 © Sebastião Salgado / Amazonas images / NB Pictures 225


PROSTITUTE Kaveh Golestan Vali Mahlouji

Prostitute (1975 –77) by the pioneering documentary photographer Kaveh Golestan (1950 – 2013) constitutes the last extant photographic document of the Citadel of Shahr-e No – the notoriously squalid and vibrant red-light district of Tehran – before it was burnt down (with an undisclosed number of residents trapped inside) during the Iranian revolution in 1979. After scorching, the remnants of the quarters were destroyed and the entire neighbourhood was bulldozed flat and out of sight by official decree. The formation of the district dated back to the 1920s. It was a thriving red-light quarter by the 1940s. The area came to be called the Citadel after the erection of a wall in 1953 that enshrined it as an inner city ghetto. The exclusion of the neighbourhood from the open city landscape was an initiative of the post 1953 CIA-aided coup d’état that deposed the government of Dr Mosaddeq and installed General Zahedi as prime minister. The Citadel of Shahr-e No became also known as the Zahedi Citadel. The walled ghetto was accessed through a gate and was structured internally around two main avenues, broadly dividing living and business quarters. One of the avenues consisted mainly of houses where the women lived and raised their children some of whom were born into, and lived their entire lives inside, the neighbourhood. The other avenue was largely a business quarter where women received their clients. Throughout the district madames and pimps were busy cutting deals and trading in addictive substances. The area was rich with drinking dens, cabarets and other entertainments catering mainly for a highly bohemian clientele including artists and writers. Foreign directors of film and theatre such as Bernardo Bertolucci and Peter Brook adored the place. By the mid 1960s, it had its own health clinic, police station and a small but very active social services department. A few years before the Iranian revolution, Golestan completed a very personal mission. Without an official permit he brought his camera to bear on the Citadel of Shahr-e No, publicly exposing its interior in three consecutive photo-essays in the Iranian daily Ayandegan in 1977. Golestan spent a year and a half between 1975 and 1977 carefully composing the sixty-one portraits, edited down from a substantially larger pool of negatives. His project involved several years of extensive study and research, long visits to the district during which he befriended many of its residents. His meticulous observation and sensitivity to the individual subjectivities of the women has produced a remarkable body of portraits. For Golestan photography is a civic refuge at the disposal of those robbed of citizenship. Here, this condition was exemplified by the segregation of his subjects from the mainstream of society, not just by 227

their abject poverty or illegal profession, but physically and geographically by enclosure within the walled ghetto. His transgressive lens became a conduit for the marginalised to interact with the mainstream, to overcome public denial about the truth of their experiences. Golestan consciously identified with the excluded, his aim was to summon us to action, to move, to radicalise and politicise his audience. Indeed, when he showed these photographs at Tehran University in 1978, his exhibition was shut down prematurely after fourteen days – the works remain unseen to date. The project was originally conceived as a triptych; Prostitute, Worker, Asylum. It included parallel exposés of low-income labourers and mentally handicapped children who had been abandoned to the care of an asylum. Focussing on those robbed of citizenship, his engagement with the marginalised and socially excluded was part of a contemporary movement that found its voice in films of, amongst others, Ahmad Faroughi, Ebrahim Golestan, Forough Farrokhzad and Kamran Shirdel. To a lesser or greater degree these works investigated the radical implications of the discourse of natural rights as defined by the plights of women, the poor, labourers, abandoned children, the mentally ill and inmates. They were opportunities for the invisible to be seen and heard. Importantly, Golestan insisted that we should look at the photographs formally as portraits: ‘I consider this an exhibition of portrait photography. This is the context within which I framed the work. Naturally, in order to portray the reality, I have ensured that some of the sitters are portrayed within their [individual] setting. This was possible in the context of the Prostitute and Worker series but not when I photographed the children. There, I literally had only ten minutes.’ The scene, the situation of dispossessed citizenship, is supplanted by the centrality of the person. Golestan consciously attempts to avoid turning the prostitute into a sign whilst creating Shahr-e No. These images are mostly consciously constructed intimate portrayals of individual subjectivities. Young and apparently not so young women gaze directly at the spectator, quietly enduring their various predicaments. The gaze of the women varies. They are frank, sharp, probing, passive, exhausted, furious, introverted, defensive, warning, aggressive, hate-filled, pleading, unbalanced, sceptical, cynical, indifferent, anticipating or demanding. To avoid fetishism, Golestan’s own photographic gaze must sublimate sexual drives and mitigate patriarchal marks of masculine ownership. Nevertheless, notions of beauty, femininity, desire, erotic sensibility and the politics of sexuality are often openly projected through the technologies of the gaze. Similarly, the dynamic field of power relations through which the photographer creates Shahr-e No misses no intimate detail of costume, of a jewel if there is one, of a gesture, or a crack in the wall, a fold in the cloth. Whether ravishing beauties or distressingly abused individuals, these historically compounded portraits of trauma constitute one of the strongest topographies of femaleness produced photographically in Iran.


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Untitled Series: Prostitute, 1975 –77 © Kaveh Golestan Estate 230

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Artist Index A Abbott Berenice 89, 99 Ackroyd & Harvey 214 Adams Robert 71, 89 Ahn Jun 47 Akaishi Takaaki 165 Aldridge Miles 77, 93 Alpert Max 105 Alshaibi Sama 33, 176 Álvarez Bravo Manuel 147 Annan James Craig 37 Anzeri Maurizio 147 Arai Takashi 111 Araki Nobuyoshi 85, 141 Arbus Diane 123, 137, 153 Arndt Tom 99 Atget Eugène 89 Avedon Richard 43, 83, 137

B Bailey David 65 Bailey Veronica 39 Baldus Edouard 89 Baltz Lewis 71 Bamba Mory 175 Barney Tina 107 Bartos Aneta 93 Bartos Adam 125 Bassman Lillian 109 Beard Peter 43 Beaton Cecil 57 Becher Bernd & Hilla 35 Becker Olaf Otto 125 Bedford Francis 216 Belin Valérie 77 Bellm Kate 97 Bernard Bruce 101 Bhatt Jyoti 143 Blakemore John 37, 177 Blees Luxemburg Rut 178, 187, 193, 216 Boomoon 59 Bourne Samuel 121 Brandt Bill 37, 89 Brandt Nick 31 Brassaï 89, 216 Breuer Marco 157 Brihat Denis 105 Brotherus Elina 151 Brownjohn Robert 200, 201, 216 Brulat Ruben 97 Bucklow Christopher 51 Burtin Delphine 73 Burtynsky Edward 59

C Callahan Harry 89, 123 Callis Jo Ann 129, 176 Carlos Clarke Bob 145 Caron Bachelot 135 Caron Gilles 135 Cartier-Bresson Henri 51, 57,109,123 234

Cauchetier Raymond 89 Cauchi Ben 87 Choo Jing Sarah 161 Chou Kitty 35 Christensen Sidsel 131 Christensen Steinar 171 Cobayashi Kenta 165 Cockburn Julie 59 Cohen Mark 51, 129 Cohen Thierry 51 Colbert Charlotte 75 Cooper Thomas Joshua 87 Corbijn Anton 43 Cordesse Alexis 99 Corridore Michael 67 Couturier Stéphane 99 Cowen Jeff 171 Creagh Lisa 49

D Dashti Gohar 123 Davidson Bruce 83, 137 Davies Ellie 49 de Barros Geraldo 57 de Rostaing Marquis 121 Deen Dayal Lala 37 Demand Thomas 51 Demarchelier Patrick 43 Derges Susan 51, 87, 117, 216 Dezso Tamas 147 Dhervillers Nicolas 135 Dillenkofer Sinje 216 Dixon J.K. 216 Dixon Jane 204, 216 Dorl Philip 131 Downsbrough Peter 71 Drebin David 43 Dudley Johnston John 37 Duffy Brian 43

E Echeverria Alinka 75 Edgerton Harold Eugene 208, 216 Eggleston William 129 Emerson P.H. 121 Eneroth Joakim 135 Epstein Mitch 71 Erizku Awol 35 Erwitt Elliott 147 Esiebo Andrew 175 Eskildsen Joakim 117 Esser Elger 129 Evans Walker 123

F Faassen Casper 91 Farkas Thomaz 57 Fenton Roger 37, 121 Fieret Gerard 91 Fitzgerald Danny 137 Fontaine Thierry 63 Formento & Formento 123

Fox Talbot William Henry 121 Frank Robert 43, 51, 89 Frazier LaToya Ruby 176 Freed Leonard 137 Friberg Maria 113 Fridlyand Semyon 105 Frith Francis 121 Fujimoto Ryo 165 Fuss Adam 51

G Garduño Flor 41 Gasparian Gaspar 57 Gay (Hans Göhler) John 216 Gersht Ori 35 Ghadirian Shadi 123 Giacomelli Mario 123 Gill Stephen 47, 209, 216 Goldberger Sacha 135 Goldblatt David 101 Goldblatt Lydia 151 Goldschmied & Chiari 77 Golestan Kaveh 229, 230, 231, 232, 233 González Palma Luis 41 Goudal Noemie 163 Greene JB 89 Grinberg Alexander 105 Gronsky Alexander 115, 151 Guijarro Alejandro 155

H Haas Ernst 31, 99 Hailand Tim 93 Hajek-Halke Heinz 57 Hamill Leonora 155 Hardy Bert 89, 147 Harvey Cig 123 Harvey-Regan Darren 149 Hassink Jacqueline 151 Hatakeyama Naoya 141, 205, 216 Havinden John 37 Hawgood Dominic 131 Heeseung Chung 81 Heilbronn Louis 69 Heinecken Robert 216 Hernandez Anthony 69, 71 Hicks Petrina 103 Hido Todd 95 Hilton Jane 55 Höfer Candida 35, 71 Holdsworth Dan 133 Hopkins Thurston 216 Hornstra Rob 125 Horst Horst P. 39, 123 Hugo Pieter 157, 176 Hunter Tom 117

I Irving Henry 210, 211, 216 Ishimoto Yasuhiro 111 Ito Yoshihiko 111

Ivanissevich Eugenia 131 Izu Kenro 83, 85, 123 Ishiuchi Miyako 101, 169

J Jacobson Bill 123 Jäger Gottfried 133 James Russell 43 Jinkyun Ahn 81 Jodice Francesco 75 Johnston Dede 55 Jones Charles 101

K Kander Nadav 59 Karsh Yousuf 109, 123 Kawada Kikuji 101 Kawashima Takashi 165 Kawauchi Rinko 47 Kaylin Mandhukai 131 Keïta Seydou 73 Kenna Michael 39 Kerstens Hendrik 51 Kertész André 89, 109 Khaldey Evgeny 105 Khalili Bouchra 69 Khoroshilova Anastasia 61 Killip Chris 57 Kitajima Keizo 169 Klein Steven 43 Klein William 73, 79 Klett Mark 216 Klinke Iwajla 69 Knight Nick 47 Knorr Karen 57, 63, 77, 143 Knorr & Richon Karen, Olivier 57 Koblin & Tricklebank Aaron, Ben 75 Kolehmainen Ola 117 Kon Michiko 111 Kooi Ellen 63 Kosuke 47 Koudelka Josef 57 Kowsari Abbas 151 Koyama Taisuke 165 Krabbé Jasper 91 Kraijer Juul 151 Krantz Jim 51 Kronig David 206, 207, 216 Kuhn Mona 59, 61 Kühn Heinrich 109, 123 Kwong Chi Tseng 35 Kyungwoo Chun 81

L Larkin Jason 59 Lartigue Jacques Henri 147 Laval Karine 49, 77 Leibovitz Annie 39 Leiter Saul 83 Lepage Jean-Francois 149 Lhuisset Emeric 167 Liebling Jerome 137

Liversidge Peter 87 Longo Robert 85 Luoma Niko 31 Luskacová Markéta 57 ˇ Lustenberger Brigitte 47 Luxereau Christophe 167 Lyon Danny 137 Lyons Judith 49

M MacAdams Cynthia 137 Madejska Agata 131 Maier Vivian 137 Mailaender Thomas 173 Maiofis Gregori 109 Malanga Gerard 45 Malby H.J. 216 Marat Dolorès 85 Marchand & Meffre Yves, Romain 115 Marcos Angel 61 Martins Edgar 151 Masats Ramón 41 Maurin Michèle 41 Mayes Elaine 137 Mayne Roger 37 McCaw Chris 157 McCurry Steve 109 McDarrah Fred W. 137 McGlennon Joseph 103 McKee Brian 61 Meier Dieter 71 Mercadier Corinne 63 Meyer Pedro 216 Meyerowitz Joel 83 Miller Garry Fabian 79, 87 Mingard Yann 125 Minkkinen Arno Rafael 123, 171 Misrach Richard 176 Mita Takeshi 165 Mizutani Yoshinori 169 Mollison James 176 Moore Raymond 37 Moore Charles 137 Moore Derry 127, 143 Morell Abelardo 51, 53 Morgan Stephen J. 151 Moriyama Daido 141, 169 Morley Lewis 137 Muniz Vik 35, 53 Muñoz Isabel 41

O Obata Yuji 51 Ockenfels 3 Frank 91 Oghobase Abraham 175 Ojeikere J.D. ’Okhai 175 Okanoue Toshiko 169 Olaf Erwin 176 Olmeta Mattias 171 Ormerod Michael 49

P Paglen Trevor 71 Paine Wingate 137 Papapetrou Polixeni 67 Parkinson Norman 57 Parr Martin 89, 176, 177 Pengyi Jiang 35 Penn Irving 43, 123 Perez Enoc 51 Piotrowska Joanna 131 Plachy Sylvia 41 Polidori Robert 43 Pope Tom 131 Prout Victor Albert 217

R Rankin 181 Ray Man 89 Ray-Jones Tony 89 Reisch Michael 133 Rheims Bettina 43 Riboud Marc 31 Rickett Sophy 77 Ritts Herb 43 Rittson-Thomas Hugot 55 Robertson Kate 67 Rodchenko Aleksandr 105 Rodrigues Alida 175 Roels Bruno V. 73 Ross Judith Joy 71 Rossiter Alison 157 Roth Yoram 43 Rothen Marianna 93 Roversi Paolo 151 Rubartelli Franco 51 Rubinfien Leo 141 Ruff Thomas 35 Ruhter Ian 51



Nahmad Ezra 99 Narahara Ikko 111 Naudé Daniel 176 Negre Charles 89 Nelson Jimmy 31, 43 Neusüss Floris 212, 213, 216 Niemi Anja 145 Nishino Sohei 101, 185 Norfolk Simon 101, 177 Norris Webb Rebecca 123

Salgado Sebastião 109, 115, 139, 147, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225 Sammallahti Pentti 105, 147, 177 Samra Faisal 33 Sannes Sanne 91 Scamell Edgar 217 Scamell George 217 Schapiro Steve 43 Scheynius Lina 47

Schilte & Portielje 91 Schoeller Martin 43 Schulz-Dornburg Ursula 155 Seaborne Mike 37 Shafran Nigel 194, 195, 217 Shaikhet Arkady 105 Shames Stephen 137 Shergill Ram 143 Sherry David Benjamin 176 Shibata Toshio 115 Sidibé Malick 73, 155 Sieff Jeanloup 39 Siskind Aaron 89, 123 Skyum Larsen Nikolaj Bendix 167 Slinger Penelope 119 Smith Graham 57 Smith W. Eugene 83 Soeno Kazuyuki 111 Soler-Roig Miguel 41 Sonck Jacques 73 Speers Vee 145 Starn Doug & Mike 79 Steichen Edward 51, 123 Stenram Eva 149 Stieglitz Alfred 123 Stockbridge Jeffrey 151 Stone Benjamin 202, 203, 217 Strand Clare 77 Strand Paul 123, 176 Streuli Beat 47 Strudwick William 197, 198, 199, 217 Struengmann Fiona 161 Stuart-Wortley Archibald H. P. 37 Suda Issei 169 Sugimoto Hiroshi 35, 176 Suntag Noh 81 Suzuki Risaku 47 Sykes Homer 89

V van Beek Ruth 149 van der Molen Awoiska 117 Vandenberg Al 57 Vilasini Vivek 143 Vionnet Corinne 51 Vitali Massimo 61, 77 Vitturi Lorenzo 59 Voit Robert 125 von Zwehl Bettina 117

W Walter & Zoniel 75 Warhol Andy 89 Webb Alex 123 Wei Chen 35 Weston Edward 89, 123 White Henry 121 Wilkes Stephen 109 Williams Elizabeth 217 Winogrand Garry 51 Wolf Michael 59 Wood Tom 57 Woodman Francesca 123 Woodman Donald 190, 217 Wright Harry Cory 55

Y Yamamoto Masao 73, 123, 171 Yamazaki Yusaku 165 Yarrow David 55 Yasumura Takashi 169 Yokota Daisuke 165 Yoshida Kimiko 45 Yoshida Kazuo 165



Tabrizian Mitra 151 Tagliavini Christian 43 Taguchi Kazuna 47 Takizawa Hiroshi 165 Tanaka Kazuhito 165 Tavakolian Newsha 123, 179 Tavormina Paulette 123 Taylor Christopher 143 Teufen Dominique 47 Thurston Thompson Charles 217 Tice George 105 Titarenko Alexey 105 Törzs Gregor 39 Tomatsu Shomei 101, 169 Tonks Jon 89, 177 Traeger Tessa 117 Tress Arthur 217 Tripe Linnaeus 121

Zanon-Larcher Thomas 151 Zelenkova Tereza 131

U Udall Tyler 145 235

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Ratan Engineer It is with great sadness that we learned, shortly before going to press, of the untimely death of Ratan Engineer, aged 61. Ratan was a great friend and supporter of Photo London. We shall miss his wise counsel as a member of the Advisory Board. Our condolences go to his family.


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