Photographic galleries and museums worldwide, a comprehensive list of websites
American Museum of Photography
Online exhibits. Classic photographs, daguerreotypes, historical photographs.
Atlas Gallery Fine Art Photography
49 Dorset Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 7NF
California Museum of Photography. UCR.
Searchable exhibitions, webworks, collections, photographers.
Chris Beetles Fine Photographs, London
Fine photographic prints by the world’s masters of photography, including Terry O’Neill, Eve Arnold and Bruce Davidson.
The European House of Photography, Paris
The photography collection includes more than 400,000 photographs and negatives dating from the invention of photography to the present day.
Europeana Photography Project
Europeana Photography (European ancient photographic vintage repositories of digitized pictures of historical quality) is a EU-funded digitization project aimed at enriching Europeana with masterpieces of early photography provided by a public-private partner consortium.
Based in London and Paris, Flaere Gallery is a fine art photography gallery specialising in limited edition 20th century and contemporary fine art photography.
Foto8 specialises in photojournalism exhibitions. 1 – 5 Honduras Street, London, EC1Y 0TH
Verein zur Förderung künstlerischer Fotografie und neuer Medien Association for the Promotion of Art Photography and New Media, Vienna, Austria.
Getty Images Gallery
The Getty Images Gallery showcases photos taken from contemporary libraries and its Hulton Archive. 46 Eastcastle Street, Mayfair, London, W1W 8DX
International Centre of Photography
The International Center of Photography (ICP) is a leading institution dedicated to the practice and understanding of photography and the reproduced image. Through exhibitions, educational programs and community outreach, they offer an open forum for dialogue about the role images play in our culture.
Michael Hoppen Galler, Chelsea, London
The Michael Hoppen Gallery is devoted exclusively to the photographic image. Since 1993 the gallery has become an important presence in the world of photography. They also promote younger and lesser known artists, providing collectors with a venue to discover new talent.
Moscow House of Photography
A Russian museum which maintains a large collection of old and contemporary Russian photographic masterpieces and also organizes festivals and large scale projects.
Museo Ken Damy, Brescia, Italy.
Contemporary Italian and international photography.
New York photographers and photography galleries.
A directory of photography New York International. Photography in New York International is a bi-monthly gallery guide to fine art photography with listings of New York City, national and international exhibitions, private dealers, websites, auctions and events.
Nailya Alexander Gallery
Nailya Alexander Gallery specializes in European and American contemporary, Russian vintage (1920s-1960s) and WW II photography. The gallery’s focus has been the rediscovery of lesser known, significant periods and artists in the history of photography, dedication to gallery artists and support of emerging talent.
Parisienne de Photographie
Parisienne de Photographie is a local, semi-public enterprise created in 2005 by the City of Paris to digitise and manage reproduction rights to its photographic and iconographic collections.
Photofusion’s photography gallery encourages work that has a strong thematic basis dealing with contemporary issues, whether social, environmental, cultural or aesthetic. 17A Electric Lane, Brixton, London SW9 8LA
Photographers’ Gallery, London
The first independent photography gallery in Britain. The gallery has developed a reputation as Britain’s primary venue for contemporary photography.
The international online platform and online fold-out book dsplaying the work of master photographers, present and past.
Proud Galleries (Chelsea, London) has become one of Europe’s most popular private photographic galleries. They focus on photography reflecting popular culture, encompassing rock & roll, fashion, sporting moments and more.
V&A Photography Collection
The Victoria & Albert Museum began acquiring photographs in 1852, and today The V&A Photography Collection is one of the largest and most important in the world. Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2RL