Photo © Matt Stuart
Street Photography: born in Paris, grew up in New York, now lives in London. Come join us for talks, shooting, panel discussions, drinks and much more.
Street London returns in August this year with a new theme. We want to explore the ‘borders’ of street photography: where street photography meets photojournalism, art photography and portraiture.
Hoxton Mini Press, the renowned East London publisher, joins iN‑PUBLiC’s Nick Turpin and guest creative directors, Kristin Van den Eede and Olly Lang, to once again create an unrivalled gathering in the world’s capital of street photography. Originally founded by Jason Reed of the Observe Collective, this annual event has become a highlight of the street photography calendar.
Join us at the D&AD space as we again celebrate and explore the constantly evolving definition of Street Photography by hearing from celebrated international photographers. Our aim is to help you develop your own voice within street photography through exposure to others’.
We are firming up an exciting line up of brilliant speakers addressing this year’s theme. We look forward to exploring the borders of street photography with you.
Watch this space!
Photo © Simon Roberts
Matt is a Magnum Nominee whose passion for street photography has resulted in genuine moments which burrow deep into our memories.
Known for long term projects that explore contemporary society, Zed’s widely exhibited work inhabits the intersection between art and documentary.
Roberts’ award-winning work deals with our relationship to landscape and notions of identity and belonging.
Based in Amsterdam Julie is a widely published street photographer, photo editor at RTL News in the Netherlands and editor of the popular @streetrepeat Instagram account.
Eléonore is a curator of Women in Street, a growing global network promoting the work of emerging and seasoned street photographers across several social media platforms.
David travelled for eight months through some of the world’s largest cities to capture photos for his debut book Metropolight. Curator David Campany ranks it among the two best photobooks of 2017.
Founder of the iN‑PUBLic international street photography collective, Nick is a lecturer and book publisher with an extensive photography career.
Belgium-based member of the Observe Collective, Kristin Van den Eede juggles a career in language education with her passion for photography.
Oliver has been shooting street photography with an iPhone since 2008 and taught at the TATE, V&A Museum and Format Photography Festival.
Martin is an internationally recognised fine-art photographer and the co-founder of Hoxton Mini Press, the indie publisher that makes collectable photography books about London life.
From Boston to London, Kristen is an avid photobook collector who works with talented creatives in a wide range of arts and media sectors, and most recently with photography.
09:00 – 09:45
Registration continues with Climpson & Sons coffee and famous Brick Lane Beigels
9:45 – 10:00
KEY NOTE: Matt Stuart
11:00 – 11:40
Street Repeat – Julie Hrudova
11:40 – 12:00
12:00 – 13:00
PANEL DISCUSSION I: The Borders of Street Photography
13:00 – 14:30
Lunch Break & Book Market
14:30 – 15:30
Spotlight – 6 emerging street photographers will take to the stage for 10 minutes each to share their work
15:30 – 16:15
16:15 – 16:30
16:30 – 17:15
KEY NOTE: Simon Roberts
17:15 – 19:30
STREET WALK: Free guided photo shoot walks around East London with some internationally recognised photographers, where you’ll be able to practice your skills alongside the best. With Nick Turpin, Kristin Van de Eede, Charlie Kwai, David Gaberle.
09:30 – 10:00
Coffee from Climpson & Sons and famous Brick Lane Beigels
10:00 – 11:00
11:00 – 12:00
PANEL DISCUSSION II: How to Work as a Street Photographer
12:00 – 12:15
12:15 – 13:00
Women in Street – Eléonore Simon
13:00 – 14:30
Lunch & Book Market
14:30 – 15:30
PANEL DISCUSSION III: The Ethics and Morality of Street Photography
15:30 – 16:15
KEY NOTE: Exclusive Interview with Dorothy Bohm
16:15 – 16:30
Break, awards and wrap up
Photo © David Gibson
“All year you are out there; working on the streets, making your pictures in isolation, thinking about why you do it, what it means, planning your books, printing your exhibitions. Now we invite you to London to meet your colleagues, drink, eat, discuss your work and that of others, share prints, sign books and be inspired” — Nick Turpin
Cities are the spiritual home of the street photographer. Three major cities have featured heavily in the evolution of candid public photography: Paris in the 1920s, New York in the 60s and 70s and, over the last decade, London has now become a home for this democratic art form.
London is a large, vibrant and cosmopolitan metropolis with a rich social history and strong sense of freedom. It’s not surprising that, when a new generation of photographers took up the Street Photography baton, they were Londoners. The first cooperative to promote street photography, iN‑Public, was founded in London; the first dedicated Street Photography Festival was held in London and the most notable Street Photography books have been written and published out of London.
Our goal is to create the very best street photography gathering in the world. We don’t want to be huge, just great: to have the best speakers, the most interesting discussions, the best food! We also want to explore the boundaries of street photography – to find out what it means to be a street photographer and how the art form is changing in a fast-evolving world.
For further information please email Kristen:
One of the highlights of last year’s STREET LONDON was seeing the projects and work in progress in our Spotlight sessions.
If you’d like to take the stage for 10 minutes this year and present your work to our street-savvy audience for some friendly and constructive comments and guidance, then submit 10 x jpegs (2000 pixels longest side at 72dpi lastname_firstname-1.jpg) to be considered for one of our 12 spots over the two days of the symposium.
Our venue is the stunning new D&AD building on Cheshire St. just off of Brick Lane in the East End. You’ll have a chance to wander this popular street and surrounding area with its diverse cultures, street art, independent shops, and wide variety of street food stalls. The building is architecturally designed with multifunctional spaces and superb facilities. D&AD is a non-profit design association inspiring the next generation of creative talent.
When planning your route, we suggest downloading CityMapper app for best routes, costs, time and options for all forms of transportation from feet to Uber.
Nearest Overground Station: Shoreditch High Street, or Bethnal Green
Nearest Tube Station: Whitechapel and not too long of a walk from Liverpool St.
Don’t even think about driving or parking!
Cycle parking limited but plenty available on Brick Lane.
64 Cheshire Street