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The 30th Photographers Awards
A selection of the Best of the AOP's annnual Photographers Awards.
The 30th AOP Photographers Awards is still seen as the competition to enter despite the large variety of other professional photography competitions. Celebrating exceptional work by the industry’s elite, judged by the industry, this competition is only open to Full Photographer Members of the AOP. Regarded as the original awards for professional Photographers, selection and entry into the book, and accompanying exhibition, is considered one of the highest accolades available to Photographers today. Successful entries can use this award as a stamp of professional quality and industry recognition.
The Lowry Hotel, Manchester
27th February - 2nd April 2014
The Hospital Club, London
To Be Announced.
Dates to be announced in the New Year.
Sarah Moon - About Colour
Almost thirty years of image making has made Sarah Moon a legend in her own lifetime. Well known for her personalised commercial and editorial work since the early 1970s
Until 5th April 2014
Michael Hoppen Gallery
London, SW3 3TD
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013
Now in its 50th year, wildlife photographer of the year provides a global showcase of the very best of nature photography
Until 23rd March 2014
Natural History MuseumLondon, SW7 5BD
Open for Business
The story of contemporary British manufacturing and industry told through the lens of 9 Magnum photographers: Jonas Bendiksen, Stuart Franklin, Bruce Gilden, David Hurn, Peter Marlow, Martin Parr, Mark Power, Chris Steele-Perkins and Alessandra Sanguinetti.
Until 5 May 2014
National Media MuseumBradford, BD1 1NQ
David Bailey has made an outstanding contribution to photography and the visual arts, creating consistently imaginative and thought-provoking portraits. As well as new work, this landmark exhibition includes a wide variety of Bailey’s photographs from a career that has spanned more than half a century.
Until 1st June 2014National Portrait Gallery
Tuori photographs the same place, from the same spot, over and over again at different times and seasons, sometimes years apart. Multiple images, both black and white and colour, are then superimposed. The process is similar for the moving images from the Forest series: they are the result of layering, colour video with black and white photographs. This gives the films the clarity and richness of a photograph combined with the movement and time of a video.
From 26 February, Until 22 March 2014
Purdy Hicks GalleryLondon, SE1 9GZ
Somerset HouseLondon, WC2R 1LA
St Martin-in-the-Fields Crypt Gallery
London, WC2N 4JJ
David Lynch: The Factory Photographs, Taking Shots: The Photography of William S. Burroughs and Andy Warhol: Photographs: 1976-1978.
(Admission to Warhol, Lynch and Burroughs
£4 (£2.50 concs)
Free admission on Monday from 10.00-18.00 and
Thursday from 18.00-20.00)
Until 30th March 2013.
The Photographers Gallery
16 – 18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW
There is nothing scheduled at the moment, but keep checking back for updates!