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REVIEW

  • Zoltan Alexander

nº24 / PHOTOLONDON 2018

The core of PhotoLondon at Somerset House was based on sensual shapes, landscapes, still lives, abstract objects and nudity.






FROM PAPER CLOUDS TO NUDITY


A fair with awkwardly charming interactions



 


Interviews and featured galleries, artists by Zoltan Alexander


Trine Søndergaard at Asbaek Gallery (Copenhagen), Jesús León at Almanaque Gallery (Mexico City), Shen Wei at On Gallery (Beijing), Giulia Marchi at Matéria Gallery (Rome), Neo-Avant-Garde Hungarian photographers at Art+Text Gallery (Budapest), Márton Perlaki at Webber Gallery (London), Peckham24 with Dafna Talmor at TOBE Gallery (Budapest), Hannah Hughes at Copeland Gallery (London), Daido Moriyama at Hamiltons Gallery (London)



 


PhotoLondon 2018 / © video by Zoltan Alexander ZOLTAN+MEDIA




It is the 4th year that the International Photographic Fair PhotoLondon returns to Somerset House. From across the world over 100 galleries, 18 countries and 22 emerging galleries were showcasing the best from old masters to emerging artists that photography can offer.


The core of this year's fair was based on sensual shapes, landscapes, still lives, abstract objects and nudity. The Master of Photography was dedicated to Edward Burtynsky curated by Flowers Gallery on the Embankment level.