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Pioneer work goes on show in London

27 Apr
revelations in photography

The DNA of early photography connects two London exhibitions with a view of both Pictorialist and scientific output. Tate Britain hosts Salt and Silver featuring prints and negatives made between 1840 and 1860 majoring on the evolution of silver salt paper negatives and positives. As you would expect the work of Fox Talbot, Nadar, Fenton […]

Joan Fontcuberta: Stranger Than Fiction

23 Jul

This summer the Media Space gallery will host Joan Fontcuberta’s first major UK exhibition featuring six conceptually independent narratives which mix fact with fiction and science with art. “Photography is a tool to negotiate our idea of reality. Thus it is the responsibility of photographers to not contribute with anaesthetic images but rather to provide […]