"A World of Its Own: Photographic Practices in the Studio"
Until Sun Oct 5
Time Out says
Posted: Mon Jan 27 2014
Photography embraces many genres, both outdoors and in. But some of the most radical experiments in the medium have been created by artists operating within the confines of the studio—using it not only as a physical place in which to take pictures (or create them using cameraless techniques like the photogram), but also as a conceptual framework that, in many cases, dictates content. MoMA rounds up numerous examples in this fascinating survey, from the invention of the photograph to the present.