Find us in London's West End, at the gateway to the creative hub of Soho. We are easily accessible by foot, cycle, London Underground (Oxford Circus Tube Station), National Rail and London Buses.
Our bright and spacious Café is just off Oxford Street and has in place a number of protective measures to help stop the spread of infection whether you are taking away or sitting down.
Our Bookshop is one of London’s best and most treasured independent centres for photography book lovers.
Print Sales has been an integral part of The Photographers' Gallery since its opening in 1971, supporting both the organisation and its photographers through the sale of contemporary, modern, vintage, rare and limited
A collection of material related to our founding in 1971 and subsequent history
A lens in our third floor window offers a projected view of the scene outside
For 14–24 year olds.
Photographers and artists presenting their work for review
Considered part of the slow movement menu, slow looking is simply a way of spending longer using skills of observation.
Engaging pupils in looking at, thinking about, discussing and making photography in ways that best suit each school’s learning plans, timetable and health and safety procedures.
We've commissioned artists and educators to create workshops to help us stay creative and connected at this time of isolation.
An online resource from our Digital Programme that explores, maps and responds to photography's increasingly automated, networked life.
The Social is our regular bar night for photographers and artists. Each session focuses on a theme, with tips from photographers and other professionals working with photography or related media.
Young people leading public tours of the exhibitions
Twilight events that offer the chance for teachers and trainee teachers to come together to share professional practice.
A programme inviting visitors to spend time with a single image