Photographers’ Gallery to Close for Major Redevelopment

London’s Photographers’ Gallery will close on 19 September for major redevelopment. When the gallery reopens in late 2011 it will boast three floors of gallery space, a ground floor café, a bigger bookshop, better accessibility and a whole floor dedicated to learning.

“We’re bursting at the seams,” said the gallery’s director Brett Rogers. “With the Sally Mann show, we’ve been getting eight to 10 thousand visitors a week.”

The new gallery will have room for larger scale works and more exhibitions.  It will also respond to the changing landscape of photography, with a digital wall where members of the public can upload their own photos.

During the closure, look out for pop-up Photographers’ Gallery exhibitions around London:

The gallery’s lecture series will also continue at various London venues, including a series of “photography socials” at Soho pubs and bars.

For more information see www.photonet.org.uk

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  1. Good to hear some positive news with all the cuts going on in the arts communities. I look forward to the reopening in 2011.

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