Ways of Seeing: Inside The Photographers' Gallery

The Photographers' Gallery was founded in London’s Covent Garden in 1971 as the first public gallery in the UK dedicated to the medium and its practitioners. It has been a tireless champion of photography’s pivotal and influential role, socially and culturally, and continues to advocate it as one our most significant and resonant art forms. From the outset TPG has been an institution fuelled as much by the passion and commitment of its staff as by the many photographers who have shown there. This Viewpoint aims to share the different histories and perspectives from the people that have worked and shown there alongside key moments and paraphernalia from our archive. As with all of our Viewpoints, this one will be added to over time.  

Wed 21 Feb 2018
A Director's View

Brett Rogers OBE, Director of The Photographers' Gallery, tells her story of getting to know TPG and some of her personal programme highlights . 

Thu 22 Feb 2018
The Photographers' Gallery Foundation and the Concerned Photographer
Mon 19 Feb 2018
Ways of Looking at Photography Lecture Series
5 Years With the Face
David Goldblatt: South Africa
The Body Politic: Re-Presentations of Sexuality
Retrospective: Gordon Parks
The Impossible Science of Being: Dialogues Between Anthropology and Photography
Altered States of America: Catherine Opie
Brixton Studio: Harry Jacobs, Jitka Hanzlova, Nikki S. Lee, Eileen Perrier, Jimmy Robert
Cinémathèque de Tanger: Explorations in Film & Video
Zineb Sedira: Saphir
The Family and the Land: Sally Mann