For the second time, the London Festival of Photography is exploring and dedicating its appreciation for the best contemporary and historic visual artists.
London’s most celebrated venues including Museum of London, Tate Modern, the V&A and more will be hosting 18 exhibitions and 30 events for the international celebration of photography.
The exhibitions portray storytelling while encouraging a variety of discourse regarding social, economic and political issues through documenting street and conceptual photography.
The content varies in style and format yet centered around the theme, Inside Out: Reflections on the Public and the Private.
The festival appeals to photography admirers of all kinds and opens to the public today until 30 June 2012.