Future Perfect – Across the Pond

This just came across our desk:


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It’s cold outside (for many) and perhaps you are already thinking of the next vacation.

I am.

And of course it’s Weds. Time to think ahead.

Well here is a plan. One thing I heard at PhotoLA from many of the quality dealers was thatParis Photo is a must-do event in the world of photography.

Ok, and the Arles Festival, and AIPAD.

The people who organize Paris Photo have just added
PHOTO-LONDON!

With the quality of the last 5 years in Paris, this should be the start of another great photography event.

Stick with us. We’ll get you all over the world in photography.

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Info:

photo-london 2007
London’s international photography fair

May 31 to June 3, 2007
at Old Billingsgate, London, UK

Preview (on invitation only):
Wednesday, May 30th, 2007 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm;

From the Press Release:

photo-london 2007 : new management, a new concept, a new venue

photo-london and Paris Photo join forces
On November 2006, photo-london was taken over by Reed Exhibitions, owner and organizer of Paris Photo, now the most important photography fair in the world.
photo-london is held in the spring, and Paris Photo in the autumn. The Paris Photo team will be managing photo-london with Daniel Newburg, photo-london’s founder, in the role of creative director.

A new concept: Contemporary photography since 1970
While Paris Photo offers a panoramic overview of fine art photography from its early days to the most contemporary production, photo-london will now focus exclusively on contemporary photography since 1970. It aims to show the diversity of subjects, concepts, styles and techniques explored by photo-based artists, from documentary work to conceptual art photography, as well as image combined with media such as audio, video, and installation. photo-london will provide a unique platform to highlight the latest international trends and expressions available in the medium of photography.

A new venue: Old Billingsgate
The fourth photo-london will take place from 31 May – 3 June, 2007 in a new and exceptional venue, Old Billingsgate, a magnificent 19th-century market building designed by Sir Horace Jones and entirely renovated in 1988 by acclaimed architect Richard Rogers. At the foot of the City, next to the Tower of London and facing the Thames, Old Billingsgate is within easy access of Waterloo Station.
With its 7,800 square metres of floor space, photo-london will host some 60 exhibitors – international galleries and publishers.

A strong commitment to quality
A selection committee made up of international art dealers will choose the participating galleries for photo-london 07, according to criteria based on the quality of the specific projects submitted and conforming to the fair’s new concept.

“Zoom in” programme for collectors
The “Zoom in” viewing programme will offer invited collectors and art professionals VIP access to the latest events in London’s photography scene. Coinciding with photography auctions taking place in the capital, photo-london will open privileged access to photo-related events and locations, from the V & A, to the Tate and East
London.

Advance notice for those making travel arrangements:

photo-london details

Dates: 31 May – 3 June, 2007
Opening by invitation only: Wednesday 30 May, from 7pm to 10pm
Venue: Old Billingsgate, 1 Old Billingsgate Walk, 16 Lower Thames Street, EC3R 6DX, London
Opening hours: from Thursday 31 May to Saturday 2 June, f rom 11am to 8pm
On Sunday 3 June, from 11am to 7pm
General admission: £15
Catalogue: £20

For travel arrangements and accommodation:
Turon Travel Inc.
2 Wooster Street
New York, NY 10013
Tel:1 212-925-5453

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  • Phone: 212.857.0000
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  • July 8th-Oct.19th, 2014
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  • Los Angeles, CA. 90049
  • Tel: 310-440-7300
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  • New York,NY 10001
  • Tel: 212-414-0370
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  • New York,NY 10022
  • Tel: 212-334-0100
  • Staley-Wise Gallery
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  • 560 Broadway
  • New York,NY
  • 10012
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  • New York, NY 10028
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