Here’s a walk I take when I want to see lots of quality photography in central London. I don’t rush and I take street photos on the way – allow a couple of hours at least.
I’ve made a Google Map if that helps:
I start by getting off the tube at Piccadilly Circus and visiting the Chris Beetles gallery,
then head up Regent Street or one of the many interesting back streets, to the Photographers’ Gallery. By the time I’ve had a good look, including a dangerous browse in the bookshop, it’s time for some lunch in their excellent cafe…
…then over the road to the Getty Images Gallery.
If you like ‘straight’ architectural photography, it’s worth detouring via the Royal Institute of British Architects where there are high-quality images on display. They are also planning to open a gallery space in 2014, which could well be interesting, photographically speaking.