At time of writing (February 2018) Chris has not exhibited his work AT ALL for more than three years. (As explained elsewhere this has been due to his responsibilities as carer to his very elderly father).

However, with the prospect of more oportunity to produce new work, it is hoped that a new show will be announced later this year.


16-25 August 2014: Arundel Museum
The last show before the "sabatical" was at the Arundel Museum. It was joint show with the evergreen Bill Philip and newly emerging Anglo-French documentary photographer, Camille Mack.

The intended exhibition plan was to concentrate on Chris' most recent monochromatic work - notably from the SingleShot Seascapes collection.

However, at the eleventh hour extra space became available and the scope of Chris' part of the show was extended to embrace some of his more recent panoramic works too.

These included "Seven Dials - by Night" and "Nature Doesn't Do Bail-outs".

14-29 June 2014: Reginald Ballum
A small, joint show (with Sarah Young, Sam Lock and Mark Charlton) as a part of the Worthing Art Fair.
20-22 September 2013: Brighton Art Fair >
A second showing at the major south coast fair. Featuring first showings of Cityscape Panoramas and SingleShot Seascapes.

3-7 July 2013: The Henley Royal Regatta
Featuring the debut showing of a panorama made within the Stewards Enclosure at the 2012 running of this, the world's most famous regatta.

15-18 March 2012: Battersea AAF
Another showing with the Bill Philip Gallery at the London art fair.

16 November 2011 - 23 Jan 2012: Due South, Brighton >
A small, intimate display of Panoramic Landscapes at the acclaimed Brighton seafront restaurant "Due South".

14-16 October 2011: Islington Contemporary Art and Graphics Fair, London
Another first showing for us at Candid Arts Trust's "Photography Illustration, Graphics and Printmaking" phase of this North London Art Fair.

23-25 September 2011: Brighton Art Fair
A very pleasurable (despite illness...) first showing at Brighton's premier art fair, right in the center of this wonderful south coast city.

20-29 August 2011: Square 1 Art, Arundel, West Sussex >
An ecclectic joint show at the very fine central Arundel galllery "Square 1 Art" with emerging young painter, Noe Baba; established painter Stig Evans and the sculptor Andrea Schulewitz.

10-13 March 2011: The Battersea Affordable Arts Fair


Nov 2010 - Jan 2011: Landscape Photographer of the Year >
For the second year running Chris had two works addmited to the Take-A-View Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibition at the National Theatre, on London's South Bank. "London from the Barbican: Pre-Dawn" was shown as a 1.7 metre long panel - and a double page spread in the book of the awards (AA Publishing, Nov 2010). 

8-10 October 2010: The Palace Art Fair
The Chris Ledger Photography stand showed a substantial number of images at this, the inaugural Fair at Fulham Palace in West London. Organised by those responsible for the well regarded Brighton Art Fair, the show was particularly well received so hopefully it will become an annual fixture.

21-30 August 2010: The Arundel Gallery Trail, Sussex >
A more intimate one man show concentrating on Chris' less frequently seen LANDscape panoramas. As part of the hugely popular Arundel Festival.

11-14 March 2010: The Battersea Affordable Arts Fair
A very successful return to Battersea.

5 Dec 2009 - 24 Jan 2010: The National Theatre (LPofY)
Take-a-View's Landscape Photographer of the Year 2009 book and exhibition featured two of Chris' wintertime "single shot" images, "Heavy with Snow 4" and "BMX: Double Jumpers".


30 Nov 2009 to 10 Jan 2010: The Barbican Art Gallery >
(See also the image at the top of this page)
In the wake of the below-mentioned Barbican Library show, Chris was invited to show his panoramas - both cityscapes and landscapes - at the main Barbican Art Gallery.

22 September to 27 October 2009:
Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art

A two man exhibition (with Bill Philip) near Brighton, East Sussex. Concentrating on South Downs and Brighton-specific images.

1-30 April 2009: The Barbican Library >
A particularly large one man show with 22 panoramic images from Chris' first two years of work in the format. As shown here, display cabinets also showcased the equipment and slideshows demonstrated the techniques he had developed at that time.

12-15 March 2009: Battersea AAF
"The Affordable Arts Fair", Battersea Park, London. As one of a four artist exhibition with the Bill Philip Gallery - a continuing association that has repeated annually.

9 March to April 2009: Pinsent Masons
A private solo show - overlapping both of the above two exhibitions - at the major City law firm.


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