A Young Person Recommends...
Since 2011, The Photographers’ Gallery has supported young people aged 25 and under to write reviews of current photography exhibitions and books, which are published as part of the A Young Person Recommends… series. Reviews are commissioned monthly to be featured in our Teachers and Educators’ E-Newsletter, and are archived here on our website. Young people are paid to write their review, reimbursed for exhibition entry or towards the price of a book, and given writing tips and editorial advice.
A Young Person Recommends… is part of our Young People’s Programme’s wider commitment to providing spaces for young people to share ideas, opinions and experiences with a general audience and to develop critical thinking skills. This is complemented by our Outset Teen Tours programme, which offers 13-19 year olds the opportunity to research, develop and deliver a twenty-minute public talk on one of our exhibitions.
If you are under 25 and interested in writing a review, please email us at email@example.com
Shaelyn Stout reviews the photobook A Year in the Life of Richmond Park by Joanna Jackson
Amreeta Chada reviews the exhibition Shot in Soho
Fatima Shirazi reviews the exhibition [SUR]PASSING
Anisa Maharjan reviews the exhibition TPG New Talent
Marianne Tynan reviews the exhibition AI: More than Human
Rory Bishop reviews the exhibition Diane Arbus: In the beginning
Tanne Van Der Wal reviews the photobook Life in Photographs by Annie Leibovitz
Kadijatou Diallo reviews the exhibition LIBERTY / DIASPORA by Omar Victor Diop at Autograph
Noor Shahzad reviews the exhibition Another Kind of Life at The Barbican Centre
Lorna Byrne reviews the photobook A Beautiful Ghetto by Devin Allen
Karman Siu reviews the photobook On High: The Adventures of Legendary Mountaineer, Photographer, and Scientist Brad Washburn
Celeste Dias reviews the exhibition Instant Stories. Wim Wenders' Polaroids
Alba Imeri reviews the exhibition 4 Saints in 3 Acts – A Snapshot of the American Avant-garde at The Photographers' Gallery
Lara Baxter reviews the exhibition Studio Africa! at Tristan Hoare
Maja Szczepanczyk reviews the book Lonely Planet’s Best Ever Photography Tips
Carlotta Midolo reviews the exhibition Gregory Crewdson: Cathedral of the Pines at The Photographers' Gallery
Elena Kehtarnavaz reviews the book Sparking Past: Klaus Speidel & Benjamin Hugard.
Emmanuel Panayi reviews the book Muchismo by Cristina De Middel.
Daniel Hawley reviews the book Eternal London by Giacomo Brunelli
Malakiya Phombeah Savagey reviews the book Read This If You Want To Take Great Photographs by Henry Carroll
Brooke Tobie reviews the book Delicious by Kristin-Lee Moolman.
Bea Arkell reviews the book Real Food by Martin Parr.
Lo Harley reviews the book Pages From The Glossies by Helmut Newton
Shahram Saadat reviews the book The Home Front by Kenneth Graves
Hollie Lockwood reviews the exhibition Saul Leiter: Retrospective at The Photographers' Gallery
Tamsin Paternoster reviews the book Shoot! Existential Photography
Shabnam Raji reviews the book The Geometry of Innocence