Photographers Gallery in London- A proper home for photographers. It comes up as a significant new voice in the cultural landscape and a unique centre for photography
Photographers Gallery– The largest gallery in London dedicated to photography from the emerging talent to historical archives and established artists. Here is the place to see photography in all its forms. You can see the photographs of famous international photographers like as Juergen Teller, Robert Capa, Sebastião Salgado, Andreas Gursky and Taryn Simon, Martin Parr, Zineb Sedira, Nick Knight and Corinne Day and many more.
The Photographers’ Gallery was founded in 1971 by Sue Davies OBE in a converted Lyon’s Tea Bar at No. 8 Great Newport Street in London’s Covent Garden. It is the first gallery in the world devoted solely to photography. The aim, born from Davies’ own passion for photography, and frustration provide a proper home for photographers. Subsequently The Photographers’ Gallery come up as a significant new voice in the cultural landscape and a unique centre for photography.
Photographers Gallery: Admission ticket price, opening hours
Admission Tickets: Free admission before 12.00 every day. Exhibition Day Pass £4 (£2.50 Concessions), Advance Online Booking £2.50. Concessions- Students with ID, Jobseeker with ID, Senior (60+), Disabled (Companion Free). Free for members/sponsors/partner organisations, 18 years and under and ICOM card holders
Opening Hours: Open daily. Monday to Saturday 10am – 6pm, Thursday 10am – 8pm during exhibitions, Sunday 11am – 6pm. Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Address and nearest tube to Photographers Gallery
Address: 16 – 18 Ramillies Street, London, W1F 7LW
Telephone and Email: 020 7087 9300 Email. [email protected]
Nearest Tube/Train Bus: Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Piccadilly Circus. Bus- Bus numbers 10 25 55 73 98 390. Please visit the Journey Planner of Transport for London to see how to get there.
Car parking: No car park is available. Using public transport is advised