tate britain

there is a lovely exhibition of london photographs taken by international photographers from the 1930’s to 1980’s.  Another London features mainly black and white prints – untouched, simply showing life on the streets of london including works from  Bill BRandt,  Henri Cartier-Bresson,  Robert Frank, Dora Maar, Irving Penn.

its funny, since tate modern has opened I find that i hardly get to tate britain – its beautiful classical interior is striking and its also worth looking round the other rooms with their beautifully presented works of art.

another interesting exhibition i want to see this summer is italian photographer Marco Sanges at Proud Camden - drawing inspiration from silent movies and surrealism,  they certainly look striking.

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