"We are once again looking forward to filling the gallery space at The Bargehouse with authentic, raw, and evocative images, many captured throughout the pandemic. "
The London Photo Show is set to return, in its sixth year running to the Southbank this autumn, giving professional, semi-professional, independent and amateur photographers from all over the world the chance to exhibit their work to the public in a professional and high-profile location.
Show organisers are calling upon photographers of all abilities to enter their most well-loved shots, which will be displayed at London’s Bargehouse Gallery, situated in the iconic Oxo Tower Wharf, between 11 and 14 November 2021.
Founder and professional photographer, Andrew Mason, who established the photography exhibition in 2016 to put a focus on undiscovered talent, said: “We can’t wait to bring the show back to the Southbank this November. Even though we managed to run the event last year, it was on a smaller scale, we are hoping this year will be the biggest yet. We are once again looking forward to filling the gallery space at The Bargehouse with authentic, raw, and evocative images, many captured throughout the pandemic.
“I know myself the thrill and fulfilment that comes from seeing your own work exhibited in a public arena. Our event is more than welcoming to photographers of any level, that’s what makes us different. Our doors are not just open to those at the top of the profession.
“The London Photo Show is known for bringing together those with a love of photography all under one roof each year. The event offers the chance for anyone involved to build their profile and get noticed, whilst allowing visitors the chance to see some truly original artwork for free.”
The open exhibition, which welcomes all subject genres including portraiture, fine art, wildlife, architecture, fashion, nature, travel, sport, reportage, and landscape is expected to host submissions from around 60 photographers around the globe. The event is open to the public across four days with no admission fee.
Andrew ended: “The show was started so that photography can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone – its foundations have been built on inclusivity and we can’t wait to see what artwork this time around.”
Places at The London Photo Show are extremely limited and those wishing to reserve their place should visit: www.londonphotoshow.org for further information.
With costs starting from just £275, exhibitor packages include:
· Wall space with your bio and information
· Advice on choosing and printing images
· Photographer networking events in the lead up to the exhibition
· Hanging of images by professional installation team
· Invitations to the Private View for you and your guests
· Exhibitors profile listi