Photofusion Photography Centre and Gallery

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Originally founded as the Photo Co-op in 1984 in Wandsworth, South London, Photofusion has metamorphosed from a small collective of documentary photographers to becoming London’s largest independent photography resource centre, moving to new premises in the vibrant heart of Brixton in 1991 and receiving a National Lottery Award in 1995 for further expansion of premises.

Photofusion provides a diverse range of photographic services that continually respond to the revolution and evolution of lens-based imagery. With analogue, digital and moving image facilities, Photofusion accomplishes its key function of delivering vital training, support and career progression to photographers of all abilities.

The centre's facilities include digital suites, professional photographic studio, darkrooms, exhibition production services, picture library/agency alongside a contemporary gallery which places an emphasis on showcasing emerging photographers, alongside new work by mid-career artists. The exhibition programme includes artist talks, panel discussions and occasional related masterclasses or workshops.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Artist studio or collective

Opening hours

We are open Monday-Saturday 10-6, Gallery is open tip 7 on a Thursday.

Admission charges

Admission free

Additional info

The education and training programme uses our in-house tutors as well as external specialists. The programme includes: basic to advanced technical courses on darkroom practices; camera, studio and digital photography skills; seminars and debates; vocational and access courses. Induction loop now available for most courses and workshops.

Collection details


Photofusion Photography Centre and Gallery
Photofusion Photography Centre
17a Electric Lane
Greater London




020 7738 5774


020 7738 5509

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