The Photographers' Gallery
The largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography. The Photographers' Gallery was founded in 1971 by Sue Davies OBE in a converted Lyon’s Tea Bar. In 2012 the gallery moved to a redeveloped 1910 warehouse in Ramillies Street, Soho. The venue comprises three exhibition spaces, a dedicated education and learning studio, a digital media wall, an area for the bookshop and print sales – including a gallery – as well as a cafe.
The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus. There are bicycle racks on Ramillies Street and Great Marlborough Street, metered parking spaces in the roads around The Photographers' Gallery and motorcycle parking on Great Marlborough Street.
Situated in the heart of Central London, at the gateway to Soho, The Photographers' Gallery (TPG) is the UK’s foremost centre for the presentation and exploration of photography in all its forms and home to an international community of photographers.
Open 7 days a week, TPG presents a diverse and critically acclaimed programme of exhibitions, events, talks, workshops and courses, as well as offering a unique, specialist bookshop, a dedicated space for the discovery and sale of photographic prints and a tranquil café.
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