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UK Photography Exhibitions for the summer

Looking for something to add to you stay cation then why not take in one of the UK photographic exhibition that are on around the country

Vivian Maier Anthology

MK Gallery

  • Duration: 11 June - 25 September 2022

  • Opening Times: Tuesday – Sunday | 10am–5pm ( Closed Mondays )

  • Café, bar & shop: open late: Tuesday, Friday & Saturday to 7.30pm

  • Cost: From (free to £11.50) (Tuesday £1 for MK residents - which may make those days busy?) Location: MK Gallery, 900 Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes, MK9 3QA

  • MK Gallery LINK

  • Review of exhibition LINK

Brick Lane 1978: The Turning Point

Four Corners Gallery

  • On now until 10 September 2022

  • Tuesday – Saturday 11am-6pm, until 8pm Thursdays

  • Free entry

  • 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 0QN. Nearest tube: Bethnal Green, Central Line

  • LINK

Street Photography Assignments

Fujifilm House of Photography, London

  • On now until 29 September

  • Free entry

  • 8-9 Long Acre, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9LH

  • LINK

Surrealism Beyond Borders

Tate Modern, London

  • On now until 29 August 2022

  • Open daily 10am – 6pm

  • Tickets: £18 / Free with ticket for Members, £5 Tate Collective, Concessions available

  • Millbank, London SW1P 4RG

  • LINK

How to Win at Photography

The Photographers Gallery

  • On now until 25 September 2022

  • Monday-Wednesday and Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 11am-6pm, Thursday and Friday 10am – 8pm.

  • 16-18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW

  • Tickets: £5/£2.50 Concession

  • LINK

‘Known and Strange: Photographs from the Collection’


  • Until 6 November

  • Featuring works from the V&A’s collection, ‘Known and Strange’ explores photography’s ability to transition from the familiar into the abstract, the ordinary into the otherworldly. The display includes impressive acquisitions from artists such as Paul Graham, Susan Meiselas, Dafna Talmor, Zanele Muholi and Tom Lovelace. Viewers are invited to challenge everyday assumptions and experience broader perspectives through both time and space.

  • LINK

Ishiuchi Miyako

Stills Centre for Photography, Edinburgh

  • 8 October 2022

  • The most extensive UK exhibition of Ishiuchi Miyako’s work to date, and coinciding with the Edinburgh Art Festival, Stills presents the post-war Japanese photographer’s most renowned series. Mother’s is an emotive documentation of the belongings of victims of Hiroshima’s atomic bomb. Methodically placed with great care, the stained and torn clothing conveys a personal side to the collective trauma caused by the act of war. Elsewhere in the show, Frida catalogues Frida Kahlo’s corsets, cosmetics, shoes and more as relics of an incredibly complex creative life. Through Miyako’s eye, these images are heavy-laden with histories

  • LINK

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