A celebration of photography
A preview of the images on show at the forthcoming Photo London fair.
Nobuyoshi Araki / Hamiltons Gallery
From its home in Somerset House, Photo London is a four-day event celebrating everything related to photography. This image of flowers by Nobuyoshi Araki is one of the pieces that will be exhibited.
Helen Levitt / Thomas Zander Gallery
Helen Levitt's street photographs catch intimate scenes such as this one of a New York couple from 1978.
Larry Sultan / MACK
A homage to his parents living in 1980s southern California, Larry Sultan's photographs capture the colour of his home life.
Cortis & Sonderegger / East Wing
Swiss artists Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger recreate the world's most iconic photographs. The one is inspired by Toshihiko Sato's image of the Concorde crash of 2000.
Asako Narahashi / IBASHO
Tokyo based photographer Asako Narahashi's camera remains half submerged underwater, creating dreamlike landscapes.
Andrea Grützner / Robert Morat Galerie
Part of a project called Tanztee, meaning "tea dance" in German, Andrea Grutzner's colourful photographs illustrate the companionship of a rural eastern German community.
ARTHUR ELGORT / ATLAS GALLERY
Known for his work for Vogue, Arthur Elgort's portrait of Christy Turlington was taken in New Orleans in 1990.
Martin Essl / Galerie Esther Woerdehoff
This image is from a series titled Le Chateau Rouge – N° 1 after the Parisian metro station and is typical of Martin Essl's work by focusing on colour and light to tell a fictional story.
Guy Bourdin / Louise Alexander Gallery
French fashion photographer Guy Bourdin's image of jousting models embodies his distinctive style of working.
Robert Mapplethorpe / Alison Jacques
Finally, Robert Mapplethorpe's portrait of hands will also be on show at Photo London in Somerset House, 18-21 May 2017.