A ‘Photography Quarter’ is being created just off Oxford Street, and near to the Photography Gallery.

Concept image by Andreas Lechthaler Architecture

The project will see Ramillies Street, Ramillies Place, Hills Place and a small section of Great Marlborough Street transformed into a regularly changing photography gallery.

Location map

The aim is for the area to act as an open-air gallery space for the public with an annual ‘Photographers’ Gallery’ programme of light projections and large-scale art lining the streets.

In addition to the photography displays, additional seating and more planting will be installed, and a range of — to be specified — events will be taking place.

Work on the outdoor gallery has started, and completion is expected by Spring 2022.

Concept image by Andreas Lechthaler Architecture


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One comment
  1. Jennifer says:

    This is a fabulous idea. I’m a fan of the Photographer’s Gallery but that link up to Oxford Street is so grotty and just a smoker’s paradise full of rubbish. This is a great plan to tie it to the Gallery and entice people into the Gallery with accessible, outdoor photography.

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