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Collection of Iconic Photographs Donated to Tate

Collection of Iconic Photographs Donated to Tate

See also

Tate Britain Exhibition

Another London

27 Jul – 18 Sep 2012
Another London: Tate Britain exhibition of 150 classic twentieth-century photographs

Editor notes

Eric Franck has been a key figure on the international art scene for many years. Since 1994, he has owned Eric Franck Fine Art, dealing predominantly in 20th-century photography and photographic literature. He owned Galerie Eric Franck, a contemporary art gallery in Geneva from 1982 to 1994 and co-founded Galerie Franck & Schulte in Berlin in 1990. Franck is also an award-winning film and theatre producer. His production credits include Palermo oder Wolfsburg (Dir. Werner Schroeter, 1980) which won the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival in 1980. Franck’s sister, photographer Martine Franck was married to Henri Cartier-Bresson and Eric Franck is an advisor to the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation in Paris. Louise Baring (Franck) is a journalist and has written two photography books: Martine Franck (published in 2007) and Norman Parkinson (published in 2009). Louise Baring is working on a new book to be published in 2013 on the Dutch photographer Emmy Andriesse.