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Top 6 Best Photography Galleries in the World

Years ago, art galleries could only show us handmade paintings but now the situation has changed and photography had become just as rightful form of art as any other. However, even though we have multiple devices to look at photographs from, some people still prefer to enjoy them in an old-fashioned way – at galleries. If you are one of those people, this list of 6 best photography galleries in the world is just for you.

1. Hamiltons Gallery
One of the most famous art galleries in the world, it was founded back in 1977 in London and still remains a popular tourist attraction in this city. Today’s specialization of this place is modern photography so many artists use it to create photo portfolio in the most appealing way possible – physical presentation of their works. Because, what is the better way to show your art to the world than to participate in a gallery exhibition?

2. Three Shadows Photography Art Center
Chinese have always been creative when it comes down to art, so why would a Chinese photography gallery be any different? This place opened its doors to the public in 2007 and ever since has never stopped surprising people. It is located in Caochangdi complex in Beijing and features photography and video works from artists from all around the globe.

3. Fraenkel Gallery
If you ever come to San Francisco, this is definitely a place that you have to pay a visit. Up to this date, this art center holds over 300 art exhibitions including all genres of photography. This gallery is no stranger to publishing materials as well, therefore giving its artists even more exposure.

4. Yossi Milo
New York is in many ways a cultural center of America. This particular gallery is one of many places that you can find some quality photo art pieces at. Usually, its exhibitions are a sight to see presenting such big names as Pieter Hugo himself and many other promising artists in photography field.

5. Torch Gallery
When it first opened in 1984 in Amsterdam, this place was not very popular. There were mostly held exhibitions of beginner artists and photographers. However, over the years the reputation of this gallery grew so much that it is now considered one of the best places in Europe to represent your art at. This place mostly presents contemporary artists and photographers whose artworks tend to be more avant-garde.

6. Magnum Gallery
This next photography gallery is also located in Europe, this time in Paris. It was founded by a group of photography enthusiasts back in 1947. Up to this day it has been one of the biggest archives of visual art if not in the world, then in Europe for sure. There are more than a million of printed photos in their archive and even more of those you can find online. This gallery has four representations in other countries ' covering America, Europe, and Asia.

Art is a powerful thing in our lives, especially when it is presented in a form of photography. This is exactly the form of it that can do both – show our reality as it is and, at the same time, add some artist’s point of view to it. Photography galleries all around the world are showing us the beauty of this form of art. These six galleries that we mentioned on this list are surely ones that stand out the most out of the huge variety of others. Be sure to check them out one day.

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