The place we all should love to go to see the art of photography at its finest. We think these places deserve a spot on the list as they outreach many by their impressive collections and exhibitions.
In no particular order.
1. The Photographers' Gallery
This is a public gallery open to who ever decide to pop in. And is one the best we like to think, with all sorts of relevant stuff.
2. Getty Images Gallery
A relevant place to come with a surprising amount of great work to stare at until your hearts content. It's really good. Obviously you can buy work from here too.
3. Michael Hoppen Gallery
This is a great gallery in chelsea, london. Its got some amazing work relevant to what's on exhibition at the time. And the work speaks for itself.
4. Atlas Gallery
A highly rates gallery that has some of the worlds best work within its walls, if it was up to me id make sure you go here.
5. Little Black Gallery
Cant say much for this one apart from that its a 'little black gallery' in chelsea, london. Having had a look at what they offer it seems they like the simple and extraordinary.
6. The Wapping Project Bankside
This is a great gallery, its got some fascinating work screaming to be seen.
7. Snap Galleries
This is a contemporary gallery with a love for music and pop culture. If thats your dig, why not.
8. V&A Photographs Gallery
The V&A Museum isn't a normal participant to the photographic scene but they do have a Photography Gallery section worth having a peak at.
9. Beetles & Huxley
Beetle & Huxley are a great gallery full of history and the people that played a part in it. Definitely worth a look.
10. Hamiltons Gallery
This is a very reputable gallery and holds its name by the work it shows, say no more.
11. Magnum Photos
Magnum Photos are one of a kind when it comes to what they choose to show which is completely contributed to the whats happening with the world at this current time, and it show in the work too. Amazing.
12. The Camera Club Gallery
The Camera Club is and I quote "One of the oldest and most distinguished photographic clubs in the world, and many notable figures in the history of photography have been members." what more would you like to know.
13. The Brick Lane Gallery
If your a contemporary art kind of person this should be the first place to visit, it takes on photography as well, hence being in the list because we like it.
14. Photofusion Photography Centre Gallery
Photofusion is more for the educational viewer, with work from their students, none the less it's still worth a view.
15. Proud Galleries
Ok so; dont know much about Proud galleries but it looks like they have good coverage across Europe so maybe thats an excuse to see one of their three galleries in London.