The best of Photo London, Somerset House, 2018
Photo London, the UK's largest selling exhibition of the best (and the worst) photography from all over the world, is back.
Now in its fourth year, the glamorous fair has, once again, taken over the whole of Somerset House for four days. There's an embarrassment of riches on display – more than 118 galleries are exhibiting – and certainly no way to see everything.
Over the past ten years, Cole has explored the reflective properties of water in her work. Serving as a natural refractive lens, water allows Cole to capture the moving human figure in unconventional and ethereal ways. Of the four Cole images on display at Bau Xi Photo Gallery, Kew At Night, is the most visually interrogating. Take the time to glance around the stand, though, as the populated landscape shots by Canadian photographer Joshua Jensen are quite remarkable, both in terms of perspective and subject matter.
Image: Barbara Cole, Kew At Night, Courtesy of Bau Xi Photo