Today we’re talking about some of the must see photography exhibitions that you can find in London over the next few months.
Exhibits are a great resource to not only have an enjoyable day out, but they can also be a great way to observe great images and learn new tips and tricks.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
This exhibit in the Natural History museum sees 100 images narrowed down from almost 50,000 entries by professionals and amateurs from more than 90 countries.
Previous years have seen some of the most spectacular images of wildlife imaginable and this year promises to be no different.
The exhibit will be available to visit until May 28, 2018, so there’s plenty of time to enjoy it.
World Press Photo
Like the Wildlife Photographer exhibit, this brings together a collection of images from photographers all over the world.
The World Press Photo exhibit “honours the photographer whose visual creativity and skills made a picture that captures or represents an event or issue of great journalistic importance in the last year.”
If you are a fan of photojournalism or wish to pursue a career in journalism, this is a must-see exhibit. The exhibitions is on from 3rd to 20th November 2017 in the Southbank Centre.
Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2017
If you are a fan of portrait photography, then get yourself to the Taylor Wessing exhibit. Running from November 16th to February 8th, 2018 in the National Portrait Gallery, this exhibit brings together the very best of modern portraiture.
Landscape Photographer of the Year
One of the most stunning collections of landscape photography you’re likely to find right now, the Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibit is also one of the most accessible exhibits in the country.
The exhibit will run from November 20th, 2017 until February 4th, 2018 and is housed in London’s Waterloo station. Entry is free and the exhibit will be available as long as the station is open, making it wildly accessible.
Once the exhibit has finished in Waterloo, selected winning images will tour train stations across the country.
This exhibit showcases the work of Indian photographers in India. Many of the more wildly distributed images of India between the invention of the camera and Indian independence were taken by British photographers and used as a method of propaganda for people back in Britain, but also as a way to say to Indian people that the British way of life was superior.
The focuses of this exhibit are two key moments in modern Indian history – 1857, the year of the Mutiny, and 1947, the year of independence.
The exhibit is open now and will be available to visit until 31st March 2018 in the Science Museum. Entry is free but booking is required.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this look at some of the most exciting exhibits in London right now, and make sure to share your experiences with us on Facebook if you attend any of these exhibits.