London Photo Festival & London Photo Gallery

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We are delighted to announce our judge for October’s Festival!

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Laura Noble is the Director of L A Noble Gallery in London.  She is also a curator & author of The Art Of Collecting Photography, with primary essays in many monographs including In Paradiso, Deborah Baker, 2014, Hidden Identities: Unfinished (Yvonne De Rosa) 2013, Undisclosed (Bertil Nilsson), 2011 & many more.  

 Her blog has a global following with personal thoughts & opinions on the art world & art practice.

 As a nominator for the Prix Pictet Prize & judge on many photographic competitions & residency programmes her commitment to photography is paramount.

 She curates & lectures on all aspects of collecting photography, professional & gallery practice worldwide as a regular visiting lecturer at Sotheby’s Institute in London.  As an avid collector Laura prides herself on discovering new talent & writes extensively on photography in numerous journals worldwide including: Foam Magazine, COLLECT,  Eyemazing, GUP, Hotshoe, Snoeks, f22/State magazine, Next Level & Image. She was also Editor at large for Photoicon for two years. Her regular photography book column in fLIP magazine has a dedicated long -running readership.

 With a commitment to emerging photographers L A Noble Gallery runs an internship program, regular portfolio reviews & consultations for photographers at every stage of their careers. L A Noble Gallery has made photography accessible to a wide new audience & participates & exhibits at several photography fairs & festivals worldwide.




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