I went to this exhibition months ago, and always meant to mention it as it blew me away, but for whatever reason I never got around to it. Now I see that it’s in its last few days (finishes on the 20th of May), so get down there while you have the chance.
It’s a mixed bag of pieces from some of America and the World’s best know photographers from 1850 to today, and is definitely worth a visit.
“The exhibition presents works by some of photography’s most celebrated names, from 19th-century innovators Gustave Le Gray, Julia Margaret Cameron and Carleton Watkins, via 20th-century luminaries: Alfred Stieglitz, Harry Callahan, and Irving Penn, to contemporary image makers: William Eggleston, Thomas Ruff and Cindy Sherman.”
There’s also a video on the 20th (Sunday) entitled ‘Eugéne & Berenice – Pioneers of Urban Photography’ at 1, 2, 3 and 4 o’clock. All the details on the exhibition are here, and hope to see you there!