- Serpentine Gallery
Situated in a classical 1934 tea pavilion and surrounded by the beautiful parkland of Kensington Gardens, the Serpentine is a unique Gallery in a perfect setting. Since it was founded in 1970, it has established an international reputation for excellence, presenting pioneering exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. Man Ray, Henry Moore, Andy Warhol, Bridget Riley, Damien Hirst and Rachel Whiteread are just a few of the artists who have exhibited at the Gallery.
- Rhubarb Rhubarb
Rhubarb-Rhubarb has grown from ten years of Seeing the Light - a training agency dedicated to developing new talent, and the Rhubarb-Rhubarb Festival of the Image. In 2004 the two will be collapsed into one company - Rhubarb-Rhubarb, which will bring together the work of local, national and international photographers through exhibitions, debate, managing light business mentoring schemes, publication, sales and representation, advocacy of good practice and strategic partnerships.
- Photoworks: Commissioning and publishing photography
Photoworks celebrate photography and encourage critical debate. Their projects include local and international initiatives and involve work from all photographic genres. Photoworks provides opportunities for emerging and established artists, curators and writers. They collaborate with individuals and organizations, bringing together ideas and expertise from diverse social contexts and across different artforms.
- The Photographers' Gallery
The Photographers' Gallery, the first independent gallery in Britain devoted to photography, was founded in 1971 at 8 Great Newport Street. This building now houses the Gallery's primary exhibition space and a bookshop. In 1980 the Gallery also moved into 5 Great Newport Street; initially rented, the freehold was purchased in 1986 thanks to a successful funding campaign.
- National Media Museum
Founded in 1983, the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television quickly became the most visited national museum outside London, attracting approximately 750,000 visitors each year.
- Modern Art Oxford
Modern Art Oxford is an acclaimed centre for the display of temporary exhibitions of contemporary, cutting-edge art. Since it's foundation in 1965, the galleries have boasted the work of pioneering artists such as Jackson Pollock, Donald Judd, David Goldblatt, Yoko Ono as well as more recent British artists such as Tracey Emin, and the Chapman brothers
- British Journal of Photography
An online resource and information for photographers. Subscribers have access to the entire site, you can search content from back issues, keep up to date with news, enter awards and competitions and post images in the gallery. The site is also a useful resource for job listings.
- Aperture Foundation
Aperture-the premier not-for-profit arts institution dedicated to advancing fine photography-was founded in 1952 by six profoundly gifted individuals possessed of lofty ideals and high ambition: photographers Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Barbara Morgan, and Minor White; historian Beaumont Newhall; and writer/curator Nancy Newhall. With scant resources, these prescient artists created a new periodical, Aperture magazine, to serve the medium, and photography users and fine art lovers worldwide.