Visitors to the Southbank this autumn can take in a unique and eclectic photography exhibition as The London Photo Show returns for its fourth year.
Among the work on display at London’s Bargehouse Gallery, Oxo Tower Wharf between 17 to 21 October 2019 will be the iconic image that Lady Gaga used to mark her 10 millionth Twitter follower when she was the first celebrity to hit the landmark in 2011.
Captured by revered press photographer Greg Brennan when Lady Gaga visited London in 2011, the image is part of an exclusive collection of celebrity portraits, some of which have never been seen by the public.
It’s the first time Greg has exhibited work from a career that spanned over 30 years, documenting the world’s biggest news stories and photographing famous (and infamous) personalities throughout the decades. Lady Gaga, Bill Clinton and the Queen are just some of the celebrities that have requested personal copies of his portraits.
The London Photo Show gives professional, semi-professional, independent and amateur photographers from all over the world the opportunity to exhibit their work to the general public in a professional and high-profile location.
Visitors to the show will enjoy unique and inspiring images from over 60 photographers from around the globe, with a wide-ranging mix of subject genres including portraiture, fine art, wildlife, architecture, fashion, nature, travel, sport, reportage and landscape.
FOR A FULL LIST OF THIS YEAR’S EXHIBITORS VISIT: https://londonphotoshow.org/exhibitors-2019/