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Victoria and Albert Museum Launches Photography Centre

Those who remember the Royal Photographic Society’s Octagon Gallery in Bath may experience a feeling of déjà vu when entering new galleries dedicated to the medium at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. Triumphal columns of antiquarian cameras frame the new exhibition space entrance where the V&A have successfully managed to capture something of the Octagon […]
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August Sander – Hauser Wirth London

In a year where photography seems to be omnipresent in the capital yet again the unexpected opportunity to see August Sanders 1930s work from the People of the Twentieth Century project is unrivalled. The importance of Sander’s project cannot be underestimated, the typographic approach creating portfolios that categorised German society influenced photographers such as Diane […]
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Soul of a Nation – Art in the age of Black Power

  Soul of a Nation – Art in the age of Black Power Tate Modern’s deep and reflective review of American art during the rise of the Civil Rights Movement and Black Empowerment from 1964 into the 1980s offers and engaging insight into the mind set of the country at the time while feeling as […]
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A Handful of Dust: from the Cosmic to the Domestic

A Handful of Dust: from the Cosmic to the Domestic The Whitechapel Gallery’s summer exhibition is an intriguing investigation into the influence Man Ray’s photograph from 1920 that became known as Dust Breeding. The image is a classic example of how photography can play with context and be both abstract and figurative. The act of […]
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Out of the Mouth of the Parrett goes live – March 21st until April 8th

For more information about ‘Out of Mouth of the Parrett’ project click here
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