Photo London & Solo Exhibition at White Conduit Projects in Islington

Photo London at Somerset House with Augusta Edwards Fine Art & The Hyman Collection
11–14 May 2023 (Preview Day 10 May 2023)

Karen Knorr: Every Encounter Treasured at White Conduit Projects, Islington
11–24 May 2023

Photo London opens next week at Somerset House in London bringing with it a flurry of photography across the capital. Karen Knorr’s work will be featured at the fair with the launching of a new limited edition print with Augusta Edwards Fine Art and as part of a group exhibition showcasing women photographers from The Hyman Collection. Outside the fair White Conduit Projects will present a solo exhibition of Knorr’s Monogotari worksand Belgravia is on view as part of a group exhibition at the Centre for British Photography.

Solo Exhibition: Every Encounter Treasured, White Conduit Projects, Islington, London
White Conduit Projects presents Every Encounter Treasured by Karen Knorr coinciding with Photo London, showcasing a selection of works from Japan and her Monogatari series including a number of small unique works.

Photo London – The Pavilion, Booth G15 : Launch of A3 Limited Edition Print, Augusta Edwards Fine Art
Augusta Edwards Fine Art will present a selection of works from gallery artists: Geraldo de Barros, Javier Godoy, Alvaro Hoppe, Chris Killip, Karen Knorr, Graham Smith, Mauricio Valenzuela, Al Vandenberg, Jaime Villaseca and Tom Wood. The gallery will launch a new limited edition A3 print of Ganesha’s Mount, Chavi Niwas, Jaipur, 2020 from Karen Knorr’s India Song.

Photo London – Embankment West Gallery: Writing Her Own Script. Women Photographers from the Hyman Collection
The group exhibition Writing her own Script celebrates many of the pioneering women photographers at work in Britain over the last 100 years. It charts a course from the 1930s to the present and provides an overview of photography in Britain that focuses on two strands: a humanistic documentary tradition and a more personal, performative, practice. It includes a work from Karen Knorr’s 1990–1991 series Capital.