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Visit us at Photo London 2023

Posted on 28 Apr 2023

Our space at Photo London is always buzzing with excitement as we present the season’s biggest sellers by photography’s biggest names.

Join us at our pop-up store in Somerset House at Photo London 2023 from 11 to 14 May, and discover a wealth of beautifully made photography books that deserve a place on your bookshelf.

Author tours

Join our renowned photography authors for a personal tour of their fair highlights. Numbers are limited so please sign up at the desk to reserve your space.

Thursday May 11 at 2pm:
William A. Ewing

Saturday May 13 at 4pm:
David Campany

Book signings

Come by our stand to meet some of the most exciting names in contemporary photography.

Thursday 11 May 2023, 3-4pm
Reclaim the Street book signing with Matt Stuart and Stephen McLaren

Friday 12 May, 6-7pm
Salt Works book signing with Tom Hegen

Saturday 13 May, 1-2pm
Eremozoic book signing with Jim Naughten

Sunday 14 May, 4-5pm
The Pleasure of Seeing book signing with Joel Meyerowitz

Curated selections

We asked Edward Burtynsky, Ekow Eshun and Holly Roussell to choose their favourite books from our photography list. Find out what they chose and why:

Curated selection: Edward Burtynsky

Curated selection: Ekow Eshun

Curated selection: Holly Roussell

This year's books

Here are just a few of the highlight titles you can expect at our stand.

William Klein: Yes

Own a piece of photography history: get a copy of the last book William Klein personally worked on before he passed in 2022. William Klein: Yes is a career retrospective that spans Klein’s legendary life of creative adventure. Its very design is integral to the artist and work it presents.

Chris Killip

Chris Killip needs no introduction, but this monograph has needed a second edition thanks to the first selling out in record time. We are delighted to present a new edition with the same stunning work by one of Britain’s most iconic photographers.

Reclaim The Street

Street photography lives forever, and with Stephen McLaren and Matt Stuart’s Reclaim The Street: Street Photography’s Moment, we shine a light on the vanguard of the new generation.

The Lives of Lee Miller

Lee Miller was a heroine in her own lifetime. Today we continue to champion her life and photography through titles like Antony Penrose’s The Lives of Lee Miller, which will soon be made into a major motion picture starring Kate Winslet. A limited number of signed copies of The Lives of Lee Miller and Lee Miller’s War will be available at our stand.

Want more? We have a special Photo London discount waiting for you when you visit: enjoy 25% off collector’s editions and 15% off trade books. You can find us in the Publishers section at Somerset House from 11 to 14 May.

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