Wim Wenders @ The Photographer’s Gallery

 “[Polaroids] are all about present tense…powerfully present, unrepeatable, one of a kind.” – Wim Wenders  The current exhibition of Polaroids taken by Wim Wenders between the 1960s and 1980s at the Photographer’s Gallery in London is a gentle love letter to the mode of instant photography first produced in 1948. Across two floors of the […]

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Classic American Photography @ Pace

The current exhibition of ‘American Classics’ at Pace Gallery is stunning. The show displays the photographs of artists whose careers began in the USA shortly after the close of the two world wars. The black and white documentary style images present an historical snapshot of American culture and politics in a striking and moving display. […]

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Frida Kahlo by Ishiuchi Miyako @ Michael Hoppen

Frida Kahlo may have died sixty years ago but her memory lives on and her status as an icon has firmly been cemented in the history books. Her self-portraits are striking in their honesty and Kahlo’s face is one that most of us will recognise instantly. There is currently a new exhibition of photographs in […]

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Andreas Gursky @ White Cube, Bermondsey

Andreas Gursky is most famous for having taken the most expensive photograph to ever be sold at auction. This was his Rhein II which sold for $4.3 million in 2011. His photographs are nearly always enormous and either crowded with figures or completely vacuous. Now a selection of works, old and new are on display […]

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Andy Warhol @ Photographer’s Gallery

When the name Andy Warhol is mentioned most people think of Campbell’s soup, bright images of Marilyn Monroe and Pop Art. A current exhibition of his photographs at the Photographer’s Gallery is a complete contrast. It is made up of black and white images are not made up of celebrity but the everyday. Whilst a […]

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