Laura Noble is the founder and Director of L A Noble Gallery in London (LANG) launched in 2012 and FIX Photo Festival since 2016. She is also a multidisciplinary artist, curator and author of The Art of Collecting Photography, with primary essays in many photobooks including monographs, catalogues and anthologies alongside articles for numerous journals worldwide. She is a proud feminist and is currently working on a new book focusing on the role of women in the photography industry.
As an avid collector, Laura prides herself on discovering new talent, also lecturing and consulting on all aspects of collecting photography, professional and gallery practice globally. As a nominator for the Prix Pictet Prize and judge for many photographic competitions and residency programmes worldwide reviewing at photo festivals globally. Laura curates at LANG and independently worldwide for museums and other art organisations.
Her recent curation includes: Roy Mehta Revival London 1989-1993 – Brent Museum and Archives with LANG artist and the London Art Fair Photo50 exhibition Occupy the Void, Magazzini Fotografici in Naples with Chris Steele-Perkins work Japan and the 50th Anniversary of Rencontres d’Arles at the MRO Foundation Yvonne De Rosa Negativo 1930 were received with much critical acclaim. With a commitment to emerging photographer’s L A Noble Gallery offer regular portfolio reviews, mentoring and bespoke consultations for artists. L A Noble Gallery also participates and exhibits at several photography fairs and festivals worldwide.