Phillip Prodger

Curator • Writer • Art Historian prodger@quahog.org
Eggleston Portraits


Praise for books and exhibitions

"The best exhibition of the year worldwide"
Eggleston Portraits (2017) —Creative Review

"One of the ten best exhibitions of the year"
Eggleston Portraits —London Times, Guardian, Telegraph, Evening Standard, Independent, Time Out

"Finalist, best photography exhibition of the year"
Eggleston Portraits —Global Fine Art Awards (announcement March 2018)

"One of the best contemporary art exhibitions of the year"
Eggleston Portraits —Guardian

"One of the best art books of the year"
Eggleston Portraits —American Photo, Christian Science Monitor

"One of the best exhibitions of the year"
Man Ray | Lee Miller: Partners in Surrealism (2011) —Boston Globe

"Holiday selection, one of the best art and architecture books of the year"
Eggleston Portraits (2017); Darwin's Camera (2003) —New York Times

"One of the best photography books of the year"
Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective (2012) —Photo District News

Seven-time winner, "One of the best photography books of the year"
Harold Feinstein: A Retrospective (2012)
Sharon Harper: From Above and Below (2012)
Suzanne Opton: Soldier / Many Wars (2011)
Ernst Haas: Color Correction (2011)
Paul Outerbridge: New Color Photographs (2010)
Jerry Uelsmann: The Mind's Eye (2010)
Joni Sternbach: SurfLand (2009)
—Photo-Eye Magazine

"One of the ten best art books of the year"
Time Stands Still —San Francisco Chronicle

"One of the best art books of the year"
Time Stands Still —SF Weekly

"One of the best exhibitions of the year"
Tims Stands Still —San Francisco Chronicle

Welcome. This is the personal website of Phillip Prodger, Head of the Photography Department at the National Portrait Gallery, London. This is the place to learn more about some of my publications, talks, and exhibition projects.



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My thanks to Quahog.org for hosting this page. All contents © Phillip Prodger. Revised December 2017 / under construction.