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Call for applications: First Brittany Grand Prize of Photography

The French region of Brittany launches its first photographic contest. Open to “professional p...

Galleries: MIA Photo Fair 2018 Opens Application

The eighteenth edition of the MIA Photo Fair will be held from 9 to 12 March 2018 in Milan. The fair...

Bieke Depoorter Wins Levallois Prize 2017

The Levallois 2017 Prize for young international photography has been been given to the Belgian pho...
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Joe Shore, Marilyn Monroe (In shorts), 1952 © Joe Shore and Fahey/Klein Gallery, LA
Joe Shore, Marilyn Monroe (In shorts), 1952 © Joe Shore and Fahey/Klein Gallery, LA

For this third edition of the London Photo Fair, we asked about thirty galleries exhibiting at Somerset House to present five photographs that can be bought on their stand, and for each director to give us the reason for their choice when they wanted to. This week, during three editions of The Eye of Photography – from Wednesday to Friday – you will find a selection of images representing all the eras and styles, from black and white documentary to contemporary abstract color. We hope that this will guide you in your purchases if you have such a desire. Have a good Fair!

Jonas Cuénin

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Photo London: 5 images to buy at England and Co

The Eye of Photography asked the galleries exhibiting at Photo London to each present five photographs to be purchased. England and Co presents a selection of very poetic images by Michael Druks, Bill Brandt and John Aldus.

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Photo London: 5 images to buy at Filles du Calvaire Gallery

The Eye of Photography asked galleries exhibiting at Photo London 2017 to select five photographs to buy. Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire decided exclusively to show Karen Knorr’s last series, The Lanesborough (2015), taken in a former hospital that is, today, one of the most ex...

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Photo London: 5 images to buy at Danziger Gallery

The Eye of Photography asked the galleries exhibiting at Photo London to each present five photographs to be purchased. James Danziger has selected works by Todd Hido, Chuck Close, Daniel Gordon, William Eggleston and Richard Avedon.