woensdag 18 juni 2008

Rineke Dijkstra An urban history of Photography

Street & Studio: An urban history of photography
May 20 2008:
A new exhibition at Tate Modern, Street & Studio, brings together photographs taken in orchestrated settings with images captured on the move. It includes work by Cecil Beaton and Henri Cartier-Bresson, who developed the techniques of unscripted, spontaneous street photography, and later exponents such as Diane Arbus and Robert Mapplethorpe. Read more ...
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Street or Studio Your photos in print

Tate has partnered Flickr and Blurb to invite you to contribute your own urban portrait to a unique photo book, Street or Studio.To submit your photograph, add it to the Street or Studio group on Flickr before 27 July 2008. Full instructions .

You can add up to two of your street or studio portraits to the Street or Studio Flickr group.
All submissions will be posted and shared on Tate Online and displayed on a screen in the gallery.

After submissions close on 27 July, 100 photographs will be selected by a panel of curators, artists, photographers and others to form the book. The 100 will also form a slideshow in the gallery and be archived on Tate Online as part of the exhibition's website.

The book will be produced using Blurb, the creative self-publishing platform. If your photograph is selected for inclusion, you will receive a copy. Once it is produced, further copies of the book will be available through the Blurb Bookstore .

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