Longlists on show at Photo London 2023
Visit the Kraszna-Krausz booth located in Space P13, Publishing Section in the East Wing of Somerset House. The fair runs until Sunday 14 May (closing at 6.30pm). For more info and ticket details, please visit the Photo London website.
The Kraszna-Krausz Foundation is very pleased to announce the longlists for the 38th edition of the prize. Click here to see the books selected by our expert panels of judges. The twenty selected titles are on display at Photo London until Sunday.
Kraszna-Krausz Foundation at Photo London
(Booth P13, Publishing Section, East Wing).
Open: Thursday 11th May – Sunday 14th May
Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA
For more info and ticket details, please visit the Photo London website.
The winners will be announced in June.
Artists included in the 2023 longlist also feature elsewhere in the fair, and in activity across London (*and Barcelona) this week…
A Stranger in My Mother’s Kitchen by Celine Marchbank is available to buy at Dewi Lewis’s stand at Photo London (P03). Celine Marchbank will be doing a book signing there on Saturday, 13 May 3.00 pm – 4.00 pm.
MACK (publisher of SCUMB Manifesto by Justine Kurland) are showing at Offprint London in the Turbine Hall of Tate Modern (Friday 12 – Sunday 14 May).
FT Weekend Presents: Photographing motherhood – Andi Gáldi Vinkó in conversation with Susan Bright (Wednesday. 10 May 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm)
Isaac Julien’s What Freedom is to Me exhibition is currently on show at Tate Britain.
Publishing at Photo London
There is a section dedicated to photo book publishing at the fair.
Exhibiting publishers this year are 5Uhr30.com, ACC Art Books, Aperture, Atelier EXB, Blow Up Press, Dewi Lewis Publishing, Hoxton Mini Press, Imageless, Jane & Jeremy, Kehrer Verlag, Overlapse, Setanta and Thames & Hudson.
Other photobook publishing activity in London in May
Offprint London returns to Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall for its seventh edition. From 12th to 14th May it will host independent experimental, and socially-engaged publishers in the fields of arts, architecture, design, humanities, and visual culture.
Photographs: David Tett Photography