Simon NorfolkNew Website December 5, 2017
Simon Norfolk's beautiful new online home is the perfect place to explore his portfolio of work.
NEWSLETTER SUMMER 16September 15, 2016
Read about what our artists have been up to over the summer and what you can look forward to from Michael Hoppen Gallery this winter.
SIMON NORFOLKBritish Archaeological Awards 2016 July 12, 2016
Best Public Presentation of Archaeology Winner
'Under London’, National Geographic Magazine
SIMON NORFOLK'Seen on Earth' exhibition March 14, 2016
The photo exhibition Seen on Earth is a vivid presentation of three international positions that deal with the ongoing destruction of the environment in different ways.
Under LondonSimon Norfolk exhibition at the Museum of London. February 3, 2016
A free exhibition of the discoveries made beneath London is on display at the Museum of London featuring the photographs made by Simon Norfolk. These photographs depict the remarkable objects found beneath London in relevant locations above ground, across London.
National Geographic: Simon NorfolkRescuing Mes Aynak August 25, 2015
Documentary photographer Simon Norfolk is featured in this month's issue of The National Geographic. Capturing the incredible story of a Buddhist complex in Afghanistan under threat by both Taliban attack and a huge copper-mining operation
Text by Hannah Bloch, National Geographic
We have a winner!Simon Norfolk: 1st place, Landscape, Professional, 2015 Sony World Photography Award April 29, 2015
We are delighted to announce that Simon Norfolk has won Sony's prestigous landscape award for his project depicting the melting glaciers of Mt. Kenya.
Vist Simon's page here on the Michael Hoppen Gallery website to watch a remarkable video that documents the making of this jaw dropping series of photos (video via New York Times).
Simon NorfolkSony World Photography Awards 2015: Professional shortlist March 2, 2015
The Sony World Photography Awards has announced its shortlist for the Professional category.
We are proud to announce that Simon Norfolk has been announced on that list with his series 'When I am Laid in Earth' depicting the receeding glacier of Mount Kenya. Igniting streaks of kerosine that mark where the ice used to reach.
The winning and shortlisted images will go on show at Somerset House in London from 24 April to 10 May.