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The Photographers' Gallery
Britain's first independent gallery devoted to photography
Started in 1971 on Great Newport St as a space for photographers to display, discuss and sell their work and to promote it as a serious international art form, this gallery remains the UK's primary venue for contemporary photography. Located just inside Soho's frame on the northern tip that hangs just below Oxford St [shopping shopping shopping] and within a minute of Carnaby St to the south, the gallery took over the current space in 2011. Tube station: Oxford Circus. Walking distance from Old Compton St: six minutes.
16–18 Ramillies St (near Oxford St)
London, England W1F 7LW
Mon to Wed 10am—6pm; Thu 10am—8pm; Fri and Sat 10am—6pm; Sun 11am—6pm
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