Location:London, United Kingdom
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- A new exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery in London celebrates new talents, and inventive, sensorial approaches to photography.
- Two new exhibitions at The Photographers’ Gallery and Jewish Museum shed light on the overlooked conceptual and candid work of photographer Roman Vishniac.
- A long-time curator at London’s leading public institution dedicated to photography offers great advice for portrait photographers who are looking to take the next step in their careers.
- A new show at The Photographers’ Gallery questions our relationship to the rapidly-evolving digital landscape.
- An exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery in London highlights dandyism “as radical personal politics, a willed flamboyance that flies in the face of conventional constructions of the black masculine.”
- In some circles, photography has long passed on from debates about Truth—but in most realms, we still depend on visual evidence to tell us what “really” happened. This highly regarded exhibition investigates this question from the 19th century all the way up through today.
- United by binary contrasts—the public and the private, the political and the personal, light and shadow—the winners and finalists of this preeminent prize combine to create a powerful exhibition.
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