Exhibition Expedition: West End

Based in East London – the heart of all things creatives as they say – I rarely travel to the West End and always try to plan my journeys well, packing as many activities as can be done in one go into each visit. Making notes of any interesting exhibitions and events in town, I then try to group them based on their location, connecting the most remote ones with a single line on a map:

Exhibition map

OK, this isn’t exactly the same area, but all three galleries are located few minutes walk away from one of the Victoria line underground stations and all three currently have some great work on display:

1. Jim Naughten: Conflict and Costume at Margaret Street gallery (Oxford Circus) until 13th April.

Jim Naughten

Jim Naughten

2. Joachim Brohm: Places & Edges at Brancolini Grimaldi (Green Park) until 11th May

Joachim Brohm

Joachim Brohm

3. Isabelle Pateer: Unsettled at Photofusion (Brixton) until 26th April.

Isabelle Pateer

Isabelle Pateer

Are there any other shows worth visiting in the area? Please leave you recommendations in the comment section below.

Enjoy exploring photography!


About Tina Remiz

I am a documentary storyteller and visual artist of Latvian origin, currently based in the UK's capital.

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