Top 5 Photography Exhibitions in London

Hello Photoion fans, we’re back today with another look at some of the best photography exhibitions in London right now. Today we’re taking a look at 5 exhibitions that you can check out now. Some of these will be closing soon, so be sure to take advantage of them before they’re gone!

Exhibition 'Otherworlds'

Exhibition ‘Otherworlds: Visions of Our Solar System’ by Michael Benson

Exhibition 1 – Otherworlds: Visions of Our Solar System

Natural History Museum
Ends 15 May 2016

Otherworlds is a stunning exhibitions exploring the furthest reaches of space, and some of the most impressive pictures ever taken.
This wonderful exhibition not only combines some of the finest space photography of the last 60 years, but also provides context for the workings and environments of other planets by providing earthly examples, many of which come from areas beautiful enough to deserve their own exhibits!

Photo by Akihiko Okamura, 'Northern Ireland' 1970

Photo by Akihiko Okamura, ‘Northern Ireland’ 1970

Exhibition 2 – Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers
Barbican Centre
Ends June 19 2016

Strange and Familiar is an appropriately named series of images from 23 international photographers who have turned their unique eyes on the average British people and are presenting their work for all to see.

This exhibition will be both warmly familiar, as you star into the eyes of people just like yourself, but will also be incredibly revealing as you see Britain through the eyes of people looking from the outside in.

Milly, John and Jean MacLellan, by Paul Strand, 1954

Milly, John and Jean MacLellan, by Paul Strand, 1954

Exhibition 3 – Paul Strand: Photography and Film for the 20th Century.
V&A
July 3 2016

Following the life’s work of Paul Strand, this series documents the evolution of the 20th Century through the lens of a man who watched the automobile replace the horse and cart, lived through 2 of the greatest wars the world has seen, and documented everyday life for Americans throughout the Depression.

Strand’s work is a beautiful exploration of everyday humanity in an ever changing century that saw humanity advance further and faster than ever before.

Kate Moss by Mario Testino, Vogue

Kate Moss by Mario Testino, Vogue