PHOTO LONDON 2021, Somerset House
Celebrating their debut at Somerset House HI-NOON are delighted to introduce new works into their collection of artist editions. The new editions, by leading and international artists including Catherine Yass and Lindsay Seers will be available exclusively, alongside works by acclaimed artists Karen Knorr, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Eva Stenram and exciting new talents Giulia Parlato and Yushi Li.
HI-NOON is an artist-led platform specialising in curated selections of photographic works in unique limited editions. Inspired by the culture of support and co-operation that thrives in artistic communities around the world, HI-NOON celebrates and sustains artistic practice through dynamically combining real world events – street poster campaigns, DJ parties, and exhibitions, with a distinct online presence.
Karen Knorr Open Studio During Photo London: 10–11 September
Karen Knorr will open the doors to her London studio during Photo London. On display will be a number of new works and a selection from Academies and Gentlemen.
Karen Knorr Open Studio: 10–11 September (Friday–Saturday, 10am-4pm)
To visit the studio please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Generations continues at Imperial War Museum London.
In partnership with the Royal Photographic Society (RPS), Jewish News, the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust and Dangoor Education, Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors showcases new works from 13 contemporary photographers, all members and Fellows of RPS. The exhibition includes Karen Knorr’s photograph of Sir Ben Helfgott MBE (born 22 November 1929) and Arza Helfgott. Sir Ben Helfgott is a Polish-born British Holocaust survivor and former champion weightlifter. He is one of two Jewish athletes known to have competed in the Olympics after surviving the Holocaust.
Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors is still on at Imperial War Museum in London till 9 January 2022.