Photo London Digital

Photo London Digital, 7–18 October

Karen Knorr is exhibiting a number of works as part of Photo London Digital with Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Danziger Gallery, Augusta Edwards Fine Art and HI-NOON. Knorr’s up-coming monograph Questions (After Brecht) will be launched online by publisher GOST Books. Photo London Digital is the first international photography fair online and will take place on a platform built by the Fair’s digital partner, Artsy, and accessible both from the Photo London website and Artsy’s.

Michael Benson and Fariba Farshad, Founders of Photo London, comment: ‘Photo London Digital builds on the outstanding achievements of the first five editions of the Fair that have created an unparalleled annual international photography event in London – the much-heralded Photo London week. As ever, our exhibitors and the artists that they will showcase over the fourteen days of the Fair, lie at the heart of Photo London. No matter where they come from our exhibitors present a stunning roster of brilliantly innovative artists and works – from the early experiments with the medium to the masters of the form and beyond them to contemporary work that pushes at the boundaries of photography’

Sundaram Tagore Gallery
Established in 2000, Sundaram Tagore Gallery is devoted to examining the exchange of ideas between Western and non-Western cultures.

Danziger Gallery
Danziger Gallery is a fine art photography gallery that represents many prominent contemporary and 20th century photographers.

Augusta Edwards Fine Art
Specialising in classical 20th century and contemporary photography with a specific emphasis on British documentary photography from the 1970s-1980s, pre and post war European photography and Latin American photography from the 1940s-1950s.

HI-NOON is an artist-led enterprise, that presents editioned artworks by a diverse selection of leading and emerging artists.

GOST Books
Founded in 2013, GOST Books is an independent visual arts and photography publisher based in London. GOST publishes a small roster of approximately 8 books a year of diverse subject matter and design, making an uncategorisable output a trademark of GOST.