The Photographers' Gallery (London) Reviews
Description:8 and 5 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7HY. Telephone +44 020 7831 1772. Fax +44 020 7836 9704. Monday - Saturday ... more
Newest Review: ... (it's at numbers 5 and 8 of the same street), you're straight into exhibition space as soon as you're through the door, with no kind of introduction or description. There is an information desk at number 5, but it was empty all the time I was in that building, and I couldn't see any obvious exhibition guide leaflets or anything like that. This led me to feel a bit like I'd ... more
Customer The Photographers' Gallery (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/02/01, updated on 13/02/01 (Very useful, 104 readings)
The Photographers' Gallery, just by Leicester Square, is a small, simple venue which tends to host "cutting edge" photographic exhibitions. I've only seen one display there, the Citibank Photography Prize nominations, but if that's typical of what they show, then I won't be eagerly awaiting every new installation. (As it was only a temporary exhibition, I won't review it here, suffice to say that I came out a mere 35 minutes after going in, and in no better state of enlightenment about the photographers or their subjects.) However, the small size of the gallery, and its central location, means that it would be possible to just nip in and see Read the complete review
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