Photo London 2015 at Somerset House, London

Photo London 2015 will open next month. The organisers say:

Photo London will feature a major international photography fair with over 70 of the world’s leading photography galleries together with an innovative public programme supported by the LUMA Foundation. This four-day event is the biggest takeover of Somerset House yet – the very building in which Sir John F. W. Herschel reportedly coined the term photography in 1839. A broad range of photographic practice – from vintage to contemporary – will be showcased from 21 May to 24 May.

The international galleries and exhibitors will show within the existing rooms of Somerset House, each with their own exhibition space.  Aimed at the city’s burgeoning photography audience and a new generation of collectors, the fair includes a courtyard installation by Rut Blees Luxemburg in collaboration with Nuno Salgado, the UK debut of Kāveh Golestān’s Prostitute series and unseen platinum prints from Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis series, plus music screenings, social events and a series of talks curated by Professor Francis Hodgson.

You can find out more and how to buy tickets at the Photo London website here.

The public programme of talks, exhibitions, book signings and live performances is now online here.