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The Photographers' Gallery, London

Explore the The Photographers' Gallery on your university or college trip to London.

The Photographers' Gallery was founded in London in 1971, and was the first independent gallery in Britain that was devoted entirely to photography. 

From the latest emerging talent, to historical archives and established artists, you will experience photography in all its forms at The Photographers' Gallery.

The building itself is a photo opportunity, as the six storey construction was originally an Edwardian warehouse that has been redeveloped by Irish architects O’Donnell + Tuomey.

Alongside regular visits to the gallery, it also operates a DEVELOP programme. This includes an array of talks, discussions and workshops, specifically tailored to inform young people about the opportunities to work in photography. The programme particularly aims to involve young people who might otherwise not have these opportunities due to social, educational or economic disadvantage.