Photo London

Somerset House, Strand, London

Wednesday 17 May
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TALK: 2.20-3.20PM : WEDNESDAY 17 MAY £13.50 (£12.50)

On Stereoscopy: Dr Brian May CBE in conversation with Denis Pellerin, curator Legendary Queen guitarist and author Dr Brian May CBE and curator, photo-historian and Stereoscopy expert Denis Pellerin will discuss May's passion for Stereoscopy and the running of the London Stereoscopic Company.

TALK: 4.20-5.20PM : WEDNESDAY 17 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

The Royal Photographic Society Presents: Paul Graham Photo London and The Royal Photographic Society present a talk with Paul Graham, one of the UK's most celebrated contemporary photographers whose work has been exhibited and published extensively internationally. This is the first of a new annual series from Photo London and The Royal Photographic Society.

TALK: 5.50-6.50PM : WEDNESDAY 17 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

The 2017 Winner of the Prix Pictet The Prix Pictet is recognised as the world's leading prize for photography. Now in its 7th cycle, the theme for this year's prize is 'Space'. 12 photographers have been shortlisted and their work will be exhibited in the Victoria and Albert Museum's Porter Gallery from the 6 - 28 May 2017. The winner will be announced in a ceremony on the 4 May.

Thursday 18 May
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TALK: 10-11.30AM : THURSDAY 18 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

On Corporate Collections: Loa Pictet in conversation with Deutsche Börse's Anne-Marie Beckmann, chaired by Jane Morris, Editor Loa Haagen Pictet was formerly a curator at Kunstmuseet Køge Skitsesamling and is currently a Board Member at Fondation de l'Hermitage, curator of the Pictet & Cie Collection, and chair of the International Association of Corporate Collections of Contemporary Art (IACCCA). Anne-Marie Beckmann is the Managing Director and curator of Art Collection Deutsche Börse. The conversation will be chaired by Jane Morris, Editor-at-Large of The Art Newspaper.

TALK: 11.45-12.45PM : THURSDAY 18 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Jack Davison in conversation with Kathy Ryan, Director of Photography for the New York Times Magazine Jack Davison is a London-based portrait and documentary photographer whose work has featured in numerous publications including New York Times Magazine, M le Mag (Le Monde), Luncheon, Double and British Vogue. Jack will be in conversation with Kathy Ryan, the Director of Photography for the New York Times Magazine, who supported Jack in the early years of his career.

TALK: 1-2.20PM : THURSDAY 18 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Taryn Simon in conversation with James Lingwood, Director of ArtAngel Photo London selected Taryn Simon as its Master of Photography for 2017 in recognition of her groundbreaking work. Taryn Simon is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work involves extensive research, guided by an interest in systems of categorisation and the precarious nature of survival. James Lingwood has been Co-Director of ArtAngel since 1991. Taryn's most recent work, An Occupation of Loss, will be restaged in London in collaboration with ArtAngel. Photo London will present a major exhibition of Taryn's work, Image Atlas, as part of the Public Programme.

TALK: 2.45-3.45PM : THURSDAY 18 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Adam Fuss in conversation with Antony Gormley, sculptor British-born photographer Adam Fuss uses a cameraless technique to create his images, relying on the most basic infrastructure of photography: objects, light and light-sensitive material. Adam will speak with the renowned British sculptor Antony Gormley, best known for his sculpture in public space. The conversation will explore the meeting of these two artistic practices.

TALK: 4.20-5.20PM : THURSDAY 18 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Diana Markosian in conversation with Rebecca McClelland, Editor and Photographic Director Diana Markosian is an American-Russian artist of Armenian descent, working as a documentary photographer and filmmaker. The newest member of Magnum Photos and not yet 30 years old, Diana's images explore the relationship between memory and place. Diana will speak with Rebecca McClelland, Editor and Photographic Director, who has worked at the Sunday Times magazine, Wallpaper*, Art World magazine, Avaunt magazine and PORT magazine.

TALK: 5.45-6.45PM : THURSDAY 18 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Ken Loach in conversation with stills photographer Joss Barratt, chaired by Neil Norman, film and culture critic Ken Loach, the English film and television director, is as well known for his socially engaged directing style as his left-wing politics. Part of Loach's filmmaking process involves stills photographer Joss Barratt documenting each aspect of the project, from set to cast. The conversation will be moderated by film and culture critic Neil Norman. This talk may be subject to change due to filming commitments. Should any changes occur, ticket holders will be informed immediately.

TALK: 7-8PM : THURSDAY 18 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

On Street Photography: Eamonn Doyle in conversation with Sean O'Hagan, critic Irish street photographer Eamonn Doyle, best known for his close-up images of Dublin's elderly inhabitants, will speak in conversation with Sean O'Hagan, photography critic for The Guardian and The Observer.

Friday 19 May
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TALK: 10-11AM : FRIDAY 19 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Juergen Teller in conversation with Adrian Searle, critic Considered one of the most important photographers of his generation, German fine art and fashion photographer Juergen Teller will present a special exhibition of recent work at Photo London 2017. Teller will speak about his practice and the works in his exhibition with Adrian Searle, Chief Art Critic of The Guardian.

TALK: 11.30-12.30 : FRIDAY 19 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Bruce Davidson in conversation with Shoair Mavlian, curator at Tate Modern Internationally renowned American photographer Bruce Davidson has been a member of Magnum Photos since 1958. Davidson will speak in conversation with Shoair Mavlian, Assistant Curator at Tate Modern, who has worked on some of Tate's most notable photography exhibitions.

TALK: 1-2PM : FRIDAY 19 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Mark Neville in conversation with David Campany, curator British photographer Mark Neville works at the intersection of art and documentary, investigating the social function of photography. British writer, curator, artist and teacher, David Campany has written on Neville's practice, and their conversation will cover Neville's experiences from working in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, to his documentation of London's working class.

TALK: 2.20-3.20PM : FRIDAY 19 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Penelope Umbrico in conversation with Francis Hodgson, critic Penelope Umbrico is a photographer best known for appropriating images found using search engines and picture sharing websites. Her work has been exhibited and published extensively internationally. She will be interviewed by renowned academic and critic, Francis Hodgson.

TALK: 4-5PM : FRIDAY 19 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Thomas Demand in conversation with Tobia Bezzola, Director of Museum Folkwang Thomas Demand is a German sculptor and photographer, who has exhibited in museum shows internationally. Demand uses paper and cardboard to reconstruct scenes he finds in images taken from various media sources to make his large-scale photographs. Demand will speak with Tobia Bezzola, Director of Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany.

TALK: 5.15-6.15PM : FRIDAY 19 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

David Hurn in conversation with Martin Parr English documentary photographer and member of Magnum Photos David Hurn has a longstanding international reputation as one of Britain's most influential reportage photographers. Hurn will speak with current Magnum president and British documentary photographer, photojournalist and photobook collector Martin Parr. Parr will curate a special exhibition at Photo London 2017, David Hurn's Swaps, a collection of work that Hurn has compiled over six decades through a series of swaps with fellow photographers.

TALK: 6.30-7.30PM : FRIDAY 19 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

The FT Weekend Presents: Diana Matar: "This Violent Land", new work from America

Saturday 20 May
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TALK: 10-11AM : SATURDAY 20 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Dan Holdsworth in conversation with Alistair Robinson, Programme Director at Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art British photographer Dan Holdsworth creates large-scale photographs and digital art characterised by the use of traditional techniques and unusually long exposure times, and by radical abstractions of geography. Holdsworth will speak with Alistair Robinson, Programme Director at Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, whose collection has acquired Holdsworth's work, and who has written extensively of Holdsworth's practice.

TALK: 11.30-12.30PM : SATURDAY 20 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Roger Ballen in conversation with Mark Lubell, Executive Director of International Center of Photography American-born Roger Ballen is widely considered one of the most influential and important photographic artists of the 21st century. His strange and extreme works confront the viewer and challenge them to come with him on a journey into their own minds as he explores the deeper recesses the psyche. Ballen will speak in conversation with Mark Lubell, Executive Director of the International Center of Photography since 2013 and previous Director of Magnum Photos.

TALK: 1-2.30PM : SATURDAY 20 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

'Schools: What's Next?': Tom Hunter (University of the Arts London) in conversation with Rut Blees Luxemburg (Royal College of Art) and Bruno Ceschel (publisher and academic), chaired by William A. Ewing London-based photographic artist and educator Tom Hunter will discuss the work of photography students today and the new direction of the medium with German photographer Rut Blees Luxemburg and publisher and academic Bruno Ceschel. Their conversation will be moderated by writer, Museum Director and curator of the 2017 Photo London Talks Programme, William A. Ewing.

TALK: 2.45-3.45PM : SATURDAY 20 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Carolyn Drake in conversation with Rena Effendi American photographer Carolyn Drake works on personal documentary projects and commissioned editorial work. Drake will speak in conversation with Rena Effendi, an Azerbaijani photographer, whose work focuses on themes of environment, post-conflict society, the effects of oil industry and social disparity.

LEICA TALK: 3-4PM : SATURDAY 20 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Artist 2 (TBD)

LEICA TALK: 4-5PM : SATURDAY 20 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Jacob Aue Sobol

TALK: 4-5.30PM : SATURDAY 20 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

The FT Weekend Presents: Stephen Gill Renowned British photographer Stephen Gill will present for the first time a new complete long-term series and other new work informed by nature.

TALK: 5.50-6.50PM : SATURDAY 20 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Isaac Julien in conversation Isaac Julien is an internationally acclaimed artist and filmmaker with photography at the core of his practice. One of the objectives of his practice is to break down the barriers that exist between different artistic disciplines, drawing from and commenting on film, dance, photography, music, theatre, painting and sculpture, and uniting them to construct a powerfully visual narrative. Photo London 2017 will present his seminal film Looking for Langston (1989).

TALK: 7-8PM : SATURDAY 20 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Daniel Berehulak in conversation with David Furst, International Picture Editor for The New York Times Daniel Berehulak is an award-winning Australian photographer and photojournalist based in New Delhi. He is a regular contributor to The New York Times, and has visited more than 60 countries for his commissioned work. Berehulak will speak with David Furst, International Picture Editor for The New York Times. Furst became an editor after a decade as a photojournalist focusing on the Middle East, and based in the Gaza Strip, Jerusalem and Iraq.

Sunday 21 May
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TALK: 10-11AM : SUNDAY 21 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Thaddaeus Ropac, gallerist, in conversation with Sylvain Levy, collector Austrian gallerist Thaddaeus Ropac specialises in international contemporary art. He founded Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in 1983, and represents more than 60 artists with galleries in Salzburg, Paris and a space about to open in London. Sylvain Levy, with his wife Dominique, founded the dslcollection in 2005. It is one of the rarest Chinese contemporary art collections in France. The dslcollection will present a multi-dimensional exhibition at Photo London 2017.

TALK: 11.30-12.30PM : SUNDAY 21 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Gastón Ugalde in conversation with Sophia de Maduro, curator Gastón Ugalde is an internationally known Bolivian artist, whose work is deeply rooted in Bolivian traditions and is filled with socio-political references. He was the recipient of the prestigious Konex award along with noted Brazilian architect Oscar Niemayer in 2002. Ugalde will speak about the Latin American scene with Sophia de Maduro, a member of the Curatorial Committee of Photo London, and the Founding Director and curator of Collections of the Alberto Vollmer Foundation, Venezuela.

TALK: 2.20-3.50PM : SUNDAY 21 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Mat Collishaw in conversation with Dr James Hyman, gallerist and collector Mat Collishaw is a key figure in the important generation of British artists who emerged from Goldsmith's College in the late 1980s. At Photo London 2017, Mat presents a Virtual Reality exhibition that restages Fox Talbot's pioneering 1839 exhibition of photography, which was the first major public exhibition of photographs. Collishaw will speak with Dr James Hyman, a fine art and vintage photography gallerist and collector, and co-founder of The Hyman Collection which includes photography from its earliest days in the 19th century through to contemporary practice. Their conversation will leap from the vintage prints of the 19th century to the future technologies in VR.

TALK: 4.20-5.20PM : SUNDAY 21 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

On Terence Donovan: Robin Muir, writer, Philippe Garner, curator, and Diana Donovan in conversation This panel discussion explores the work of the late Terence Donovan, the fashion photographer who become a household name synonymous with glamorous photographs of the 60s. Curator, author and former picture editor of Vogue, Robin Muir, who has written extensively on Donovan, will speak with Philippe Garner, ex- Sotheby's and Christie's, and Chair of the 2017 Photo London Curatorial Committee. Among other writings on 20th century photography, Garner contributed to the publication Terence Donovan: Portraits (2016). Diana Donovan, chairman of English National Ballet School, married Terence in 1970 and continues to manage his archive.

TALK: 5.50-6.50PM : SUNDAY 21 MAY £12.96 (£12.00)

Architecture & Photography: Hélène Binet in conversation with Valeria Carullo, curator at Royal Institute of British Architects Considered by many as one of the leading architectural photographers in the world, Swiss-French architectural photographer Hélène Binet will speak in conversation with Valeria Carullo, the curator at Royal Institute of British Architects, an institution that champions buildings to better suit communities and the environment. Their conversation will explore the importance of the role of photography within architecture and how photography is considered at all stages of designing and building modern structures. All Talks tickets must be bought in conjunction with a valid general admission ticket to Photo London for any public day of the Fair. Talks tickets are only valid with a Fair ticket.