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Time Out says
Posted: Wed May 8 2013
Hamiltons has been showing and selling work by some of the giants of twentieth-century photography since 1977. Super-sleek, black-and-white portraiture by Irving Penn, Helmut Newton and Herb Ritts set the tone. But, thanks to forays into architectural photography by Tadao Ando and a show of Tomio Seike’s pared-down, almost painterly images of Brighton beaches, Hamilton’s resists easy categorisation.
What's on at Hamiltons
This exhibition presents a selection of photographs and furniture by Italian designer Carlo Mollino, including rare Polaroids and C-prints from the 50s and 60s which were discovered only after his death, as well as two of his most recognisable works,...