The Photographers 2015

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 (Richard Avedon, Sunny Harnett And Alla, Evening Dresses By Balmain, Casino, Le Touquet, August 1954)
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Richard Avedon, Sunny Harnett And Alla, Evening Dresses By Balmain, Casino, Le Touquet, August 1954
 (Ren Hang, Untitled, 2013)
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Ren Hang, Untitled, 2013
 (David Bailey, David Hockney, 1965)
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David Bailey, David Hockney, 1965
 (Margaret Bourke White, Aerial View Of Rockefeller Centre, 1939)
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Margaret Bourke White, Aerial View Of Rockefeller Centre, 1939
 (Melvin Sokolsky, Over New York, 1963)
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Melvin Sokolsky, Over New York, 1963
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 (Edward Weston, Nude, 1936)
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Edward Weston, Nude, 1936
 (Zhang Kechun, A Family Spending the Weekend Under a Bridge, 2011)
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Zhang Kechun, A Family Spending the Weekend Under a Bridge, 2011
 (Robert Capa, Loyalist Soldiers Running Up Hill, Battle of Rio Segre, Aragon Front, 1938)
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Robert Capa, Loyalist Soldiers Running Up Hill, Battle of Rio Segre, Aragon Front, 1938
 (Burri, Sao Paulo, 1960)
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Burri, Sao Paulo, 1960
 (Edward Steichen, Fred Astaire In 'Top Hat', 1927)
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Edward Steichen, Fred Astaire In 'Top Hat', 1927
 (Nick Danzinger, Glasgow, Broken Fire Hydrant, Parkhead, 1994)
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Nick Danzinger, Glasgow, Broken Fire Hydrant, Parkhead, 1994

Survey of photography's diverse history including the work of Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Bill Brandt

This annual survey of photography from 1910 to the present day charts the medium’s striking history from early experimentations through to documentary. Over 150 iconic photographs are presented at both Osborne Samuel and Beetles & Huxley by acclaimed names including Edward Weston, Erwin Blumenfeld, David Bailey, Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino and Richard Avedon.

See images from the exclusive Kate Moss Portfolio that features 11 limited edition prints of the model's favourite photographs of herself. 

 

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Brilliant FREE photo exhibition- But originally went along expecting to see the Kate Moss Portfolio - got there and was told it was in storage