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Photo London 2022
Nick Brandt
Lineth and Kini, 2022

Photo London 2022

Olivo Barbieri » Nick Brandt » Lucien Clergue » Arthur Elgort » Franco Fontana » Andreas Gefeller » Sam Haskins » Frank Horvat » George Hoyningen-Huene » William Klein » Kacper Kowalski » Barry Lategan » Hiroshi Sugimoto » Bastiaan Woudt »

Fair: 12 May – 15 May 2022

Wed 11 May

Somerset House

The Strand
WC2R 1LA London

Atlas Gallery

49 Dorset Street
W1U 7NF London

+44 (0)20-72244192


Mon-Fri 10-18 . Sat 11-17

Photo London 2022
Bastiaan Woudt
Serene, 2022

This year’s presentation focuses on environmental crisis and how our artists are responding to it. We are proud to represent many photographers with insightful works that pivot around the landscape, documenting its changes. Our display allows great exposure to younger artists as well as established ones.

Bastiaan Woudt’s images of Himalaya from his series ‘Peak’ interact with the work of Polish photographer Kacper Kowalski, as he flies over frozen territories and explores melting glaciers in his new series ‘Event/Horizon’. A few earlier works by Kowalski consider the impact of industry on the land, echoing a pre-release selection of images from Nick Brandt’s new chapter of ‘The Day May Break’—shot in South America— that focuses on climate change.  

Choosing a more philosophical approach, Andreas Gefeller explores how natural structures are a metaphor for cultural and technological phenomena of today’s society. While Frauke Eigen searches for symmetry and harmony within nature, Franco Fontana’s eye extracts beauty out of an untouched landscape as much as out of a highway view or design on a road tarmac.

A separate section of the booth will showcase fashion prints. A selection of works by George Hoynigen Huene will celebrate the beginning of Atlas’ representation of the Estate. We will also display Arthur Elgort, William Klein and Sam Haskins.

Photo London 2022
George Hoyningen-Huene
Divers, Swimwear by Izod (Horst and Lee Miller), 1930
© The George Hoyningen-Huene Estate Archives