As part of the Photography at Quaglino’s series the famous London restaurant is currently exhibiting A Few Portraits, a selection of the many images of iconic individuals taken over a number of years by AOP photographer member Jillian Edelstein. Since 1929, Quaglino’s has played host to royalty, rock stars and high society and Edelstein’s exhibition reflects the calibre of guests it has welcomed through its doors.Read More
No place like home?
"I have forgotten the language of my fathers and have not yet learned the language of my children."
AOP Awards Launch
The Association of Photographers is excited to announce the launch of this year’s Awards programme. As it’s 30 years since the Photographers Awards first began, the Association has recognised this landmark date by transforming the Awards programme.Read More
In this photographer-to-photographer round-up of current copyright concerns AOP Board member Nick Dunmur explains how the Association is acting to support and protect its members' work and businesses. This feature first appeared in Image magazine.Read More
Image issue 422 out now
In this issue gallerist Laura Noble writes on the ins and outs of editioning and AOP members Tessa Traeger and Chris Harrison are our featured photographers for Tessa's Chemistry of Light and Chris's I Belong Jarrow. Nick Dunmur updates members on formal and informal copyright discussions and we look at how some members use their smartphones to take images for business and pleasure. The Digital Plumber revisits storage and backup. More about Image.Read More
Major new London art fair showcases photography
This weekend sees the inaugural outing for Art13 London, a global art fair which has a section devoted to contemporary photography. Galleries presenting photography at the fair include 2902 Gallery, Singapore, Jack Bell, London, Brancolini Grimaldi, London, Kleinschmidt Fine Photographs, Wiesbaden, Michael Hoppen Gallery, London and Galerie Paris-Beijing, Paris and Beijing.
Lee Miller - online picture library launch
The Lee Miller Archives have announced that 24 April 2013 will see the long-awaited trade launch of the new online picture library containing around 3000 images from the extensive archive of Lee Miller’s extraordinary catalogue of work. Painstakingly converted into digital format from original prints and negatives, the new online library brings many never seen before images to immediate access for researchers, academics, arts collectors and the public alike.Read More
Q&A with Idris Khan
Bespoke framing company John Jones has teamed up with The Photographer’s Gallery to host a special 'in conversation' event with photographic artist Idris Khan. Khan is known for his multi-layered artworks inspired by diverse ‘musical scores, literary texts, and the history of art and photography’.Read More