Photofusion’s Top Ten Exhibitions to see

As one of London’s established photographic galleries, Photofusion is always on the look out for new and exciting exhibitions to see around the city. Here is a list of our Top Ten for this season, compiled by our intern Laura Trosh…

1. Ansel Adams: Photography from the Mountains to the Sea
Until 28 April 2013
National Maritime Museum

This exhibition brings together Ansel Adams’ most powerful images of water in all its forms. Over 100 original prints are on display, from tiny, detailed images to 3 metre high photographic murals.

2. Light from the Middle East: New Photography
Until 7 April 2013


This exhibition displays work from photographers across the Middle East, exploring the way in which these artists investigate the language and techniques of photography.

3. Nicola Green, In Seven Days…/Simon Roberts, The Election Project
Flowers Gallery
14 Feb – 09 April 2013


This exhibition unites two iconic bodies of work by Flowers Gallery’s most recently represented artists; Nicola Green and Simon Roberts. Viewers are encourages to examine the role of the artist in recording political events and election campaigns through two different mediums and starkly contrasting visual languages.

4. Marilyn Monroe: A British Love Affair
Until 24 March 2013
National Portrait Gallery

A collection of Marilyn Monroe’s photographs and magazine covers from 1947 to 1962, shot by the British Photographers who worked with and admired her.

5. Phil Healey: Forgotten memories of things that never were
Underground Gallery
Until 9 February 2013

An exhibition of Phil Healey’s portraits without people, focusing instead on the spaces they occupy and the impact they have on the environment.

6. Astronomy photographer of the year
Royal Museums Greenwich
Until 17 February 2013

A collection of the winning entries from the Astronomy Photographer of the Year award.

7. Juergen Teller :Woo
Institute of the Contemporary Arts
Until 17 March 2013

An overview of Teller’s career, from his fashion and commercial works in the 80’s to his more recent landscapes and family portraits.

8. Unknown Heroine: Sanja Ivekovic
Calvert 22, Shoreditch and South London Gallery, Camberwell
Until 24 February 2013

The first solo exhibition in the UK of the work of Croatian Artist, Sanja Ivekovic, ranging from collage, film and photography to performance and installation.

9. Man Ray: Contacts
ATLAS Gallery
21 Feb – 28 March 2013

An extremely rare collection of Many Ray contact prints from a private collection goes on display at ATLAS Gallery on February 21st, including some of the artists most celebrated images alongside rarely seen portraits of Hemingway, Picasso, Braque and James Joyce. Scheduled in tandem with the Man Ray retrospective at the National Portrait Gallery this February.

10. Christopher Baker: Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise
Saatchi Gallery

Hello World! Or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise is a large-scale audio visual installation comprised of thousands of video diaries gathered from the internet.