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Rauschenberg at Tate Modern

10 Jan
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Robert Rauschenberg arrived on the American art scene in the 1950s as something of a young pretender, overthrowing established parameters, stretching and breaking boundaries with an insatiable thirst for innovation and the discovery of new media to express his ideas. With abstract expressionism in full flood and painting on the throne, Rauschenberg challenged what art […]

Performing for the Camera at Tate Modern

22 May
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Performing for the Camera identifies and investigates photography as a tool for recording with as wide a range of performance work from the 1850s to date. An intriguing show where the camera as observer often provided the only evidence of of a body of work; from Victorian music and theatre via an original album of […]

Pioneer work goes on show in London

27 Apr
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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 […]

London Exhibitions and Tate Modern’s Extension

23 Aug
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Although the London exhibition summer season draws to a close there is still time to see some excellent shows. Irving Penn Cranium Architecture at Hamilton’s runs until September 20th and whether the subject matter is to your taste or not the craftsmanship and silver gelatine print quality is a tour de force and a rare […]