Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
From the website:
"London Photograph Fairs, now in its 18th year is devoted solely to the sale of photographic images from the 19th and 20th century, and to books on the history and art of photography.
The fair has a friendly, clubbable feel about it and is is the place for friends to meet, swap and sell rare photographs and generally catch up on the gossip.
The quality of material offered is high, and covers cased images, stereo cards, rare topographical images and albums, art prints including Emerson and Cameron, and 20th century prints by Ponting and the pictorialist school. The fair also has probably the finest range of rare and out of print books on the art and history of photography assembled anywhere in Europe.
We always have room for a small group of contemporary photographers showing their own work at below gallery prices.
The capacity of the fair is approximately fifty tables and we usually have forty to forty five dealers exhibiting at any one event. "
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