Laura Noble is the Director of L A Noble Gallery in London. She is also a curator & author of The Art Of Collecting Photography, with primary essays in many monographs including Form & Function (Chloe Rosser), Estate (Robert Clayton), In Paradiso (Deborah Baker), Hidden Identities: Unfinished (Yvonne De Rosa) & many more. She is currently working on a new book focusing on the role of women in photography, specifically in the art world.
Laura curates & lectures on all aspects of collecting photography, professional & gallery practice worldwide & is a regular visiting lecturer at universities & museums. As an avid collector, Laura prides herself on discovering new talent & writes extensively on photography in numerous journals globally.
Recent curatorial projects & collaborations include Japan exhibition with works by Chris Steele-Perkins at Magazzini Fotografici in Naples, also presenting & curating In Negativo 1930, by Yvonne De Rosa at Rencontres D’Arles 2019 at the MRO Foundation.
With a commitment to emerging photographer’s L A Noble Gallery runs a volunteer program, regular portfolio reviews & consultations for photographers at every stage of their careers. Launching FIX Photo Festival in 2016, 2017 & 2018 gaining worldwide recognition, & is poised for another successful year. L A Noble Gallery has made photography accessible to a wide new audience & participates & exhibits at several photography fairs & festivals worldwide.
Photo credit: Chloe Rosser