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Street & Studio: An Urban History of Photography at the TATE
Street & Studio is a magnificent exhibition of international photography. It presents a fascinating history of photographic portraiture taken on the street or in the photographer’s studio, looking at the differences between these two key locations in which photographers work. Street & Studio brings out the contrast between the photos taken in the carefully orchestrated studio, and images captured in the changing and uncontrollable street, whilst highlighting the crossovers between the genres and their influence on each other.Over 350 early nineteenth-century photos are gathered in this intriguing exhibition, by some of the world’s most famous and important photographers including Francis Alys, Diane Arbus, Cecil Beaton, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Rineke Dijkstra, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Robert Mapplethorpe, Irving Penn, Norman Parkinson, August Sander, Cindy Sherman, Malick Sidibe, P.K.Apagya Paul Strand, James Van der Zee and Wolfgang Tillmans. Focusing on photos taken in buzzing cities, with their cosmopolitan cast of hipsters, businessmen, beauties and criminals, Street & Studio builds an engrossing urban history of photography, ranging from elegant fashion photography from the mid twentieth century, to cutting-edge portraiture by contemporary artists.

22 May - 31 August 2008


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