Another Magazine Stand Out Moments from PhotoLondon 2015

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Stand Out Moments from PhotoLondon 2015

By Olivia Singer

This weekend, London's Somerset House was transformed into a giant photographic fair, with over 70 exhibitors descending on the capital for the inaugral edition of Photo London. With galleries from around the world bringing their finest examples of photography from William Eggleston to Nick Knight, Malick Sidibe to Nobuyaski Araki (who, in fact, seemed to appear in almost every room) alongside a brilliant programme of talks and screenings, the fair was an opportunity to celebrate some of the greatest names in the industry as well as discovering some new delights. Here, we look over some of the moments that particularly stood out...

Untitled, from Early Color Portfolio, Circa 1976 Photography by Jo Ann Callis, Copyright Jo Ann Callis, Courtesy of ROSEGALLERY

Untitled, from Early Color Portfolio, Circa 1976 Photography by Jo Ann Callis, Copyright Jo Ann Callis, Courtesy of ROSEGALLERY

Jo Ann Callis' Other Rooms at ROSEGALLERY
Jo Ann Callis' strangely sexual images manage to capture an elusive eroticism, her wonderfully saturated palette and suggestive-yet-awkward posturing a beautiful exploration of sexuality, femininity and domesticity. Originally shot in the early 70s, it was not until 2014 that Callis decided to exhibit them when she produced book Other Rooms and exhibited a full series at Santa Monica's ROSEGALLERY, and their presence at Photo London was delightfully disconcerting.

Untitled, from Early Color Portfolio, Circa 1976 Photography by Jo Ann Callis, Copyright Jo Ann Callis, Courtesy of ROSEGALLERY

Untitled, from Early Color Portfolio, Circa 1976 Photography by Jo Ann Callis, Copyright Jo Ann Callis, Courtesy of ROSEGALLERY

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