Sheidia Soleimani in FAD Magazine

'11 artists we love at Photo London 2019' by Mark Westall

16 May 2019 Photo London opened last night and we had a quick look around. Below are ten artists/photographers you should search and when you are finding them you’ll probably find other cool stuff as well.


C3 Christophe Guye Galerie
Miles Aldridge and Erik Madigan Heck


MILES ALDRIDGE, New Utopias #3 2018 New Utopias 87 x 150 cm (34 1/4 x 59 in.) Screenprint in colours with silver ink printed on 410gsm Somerset Paper © Miles Aldridge / Courtesy of Christophe Guye Galerie


ERIK MADIGAN HECK, Not Titled Yet 2019 152.4 x 101.6 cm (60 x 40 in.) Chromogenic print © Erik Madigan Heck / Courtesy of Christophe Guye Galerie


C8 Artitled 
Tom Blachford


TOM BLACHFORD Futuro I 2017 Midnight Modern 92,5 x 137,5 cm and 124,5 x 185,5 cm Archival Pigment Print Tom Blachford courtesy of ARTITLED contemporary


F10 Pace 
Es Devlin


ES DEVLIN MASK IN MOTION 2018 2365mm x 1410mm x 1150mm 3D printed SLA, acrylic, steel, LED, rotational motor 


Mark Dorf


MARK DORF Landscape 12 2017 Transposition 60 x 30 x 9 in. UV print on Dibond, birch plywood, tempered glass, house plant, fake grass, bark, resin, fluorescent light, bottled water Courtesy of the artist


+ there is a book signing with the wonderful Daniel Lismore on Saturday


F13 Camera Work 
Christian Tagliavini


CHRISTIAN TAGLIAVINI Cubism II 2008 Dame di Cartone 100 x 80 cm Laserchrome Print © Christian Tagliavini / Courtesy of CAMERA WORK


G24 Roman Road 
Alix Marie




G17 carlier/gebauer
Ricard Mosse




A2 Galerie Thomas Zander
Mitch Epstein


MITCH EPSTEIN Lancaster Against Pipelines Lockdown Device, Pennsylvania 2018 Property Rights C-Print © Black River Productions, Ltd. / Mitch Epstein, courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne


A3 Edel Assanti
Sheida Soleimani





Plus a special mention for Mary McCartney 


Photo London 2019 Pavilion Commission Off Pointe by Mary McCartney is proudly presented by The Royal Photographic Society.


“I wanted to reveal unseen aspects of the world of ballet, showing the ups-and-downs, the prestige and the chaos of life behind-the-scenes at the Royal Ballet. I was particularly interested in the contrast between the sometimes gruelling, painful lifestyle of the dancers and their fairy-tale performances… I wanted the photographs to dispel many myths about the life of dancers and show the real-life effort they devote to come across as the poised perfection played out on-stage.” 


Mary McCartney, 2019



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