The 2012 festival is taking place throughout June with a focus in King’s Cross, Bloomsbury, Euston & Fitzrovia.
THE 2012 FESTIVAL
In June 2012, London’s most celebrated venues (Museum of London, British Library, British Museum, Tate Modern, the V&A and more…) will play host to a world-class, city-wide celebration of photography as the London Festival of Photography returns for its second year.
Encompassing street, documentary and conceptual photography, the festival includes 18 exhibitions and 40 satellite events including workshops, talks and screenings.
Exhibitions will vary in style and format, presenting a comprehensive mixture of disciplines with work from both established and emerging photographers. Content will be curated around the theme, Inside Out: Reflections on the Public and the Private.
The festival opens to the public on 1 June 2012 (many exhibitions are open during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee bank holiday weekend 2, 3, 4 & 5 June). Press events and private views will take place on 31 May 2012. If you’d like to receive exclusive updates and advance tickets to festival events and invites to private views, please consider becoming aBest Friend or Industry Friend.
Please check the festival website for updated exhibition information, some venues’ exhibitions last throughout the summer.