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Tate In Focus research project exploring Waiting for Tear Gas 1999–2000 by Allan Sekula
From portraits of iconic figures in the art and music world to powerful and moving self-portraits
Explore the artist’s distinctive photographic practice with Eleanor Clayton, co-curator of the Nasreen Mohamedi exhibition Tate Liverpool, 6 June – ...
Behind The Scenes
Many of you have helped us identify the previously unknown locations in our archive of photographs by John Piper. There are ...
August Strindberg (1849–1912) was a celebrated playwright, novelist and poet, whose writing was often filled with his own sense of ...
Jo Spence at Tate Britain
Bernd and Hilla Becher first began their project of systematically photographing industrial structures in the late 1950s. This paper, first ...
American social realist photography refers to photographs that documented rural poverty during America’s Great Depression of the 1930s and 1940s
The Arab Image Foundation (AIF) is a not-for-profit organisation established in Beirut in 1997 to preserve, exhibit and study photographs ...
The spectacular images created by an Englishman that first revealed the sights along the Nile for those back home
An insight into the making of Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel's Evidence, a fascinating 1977 photobook of found images gleaned ...
Discover the ideas and inspiration behind Francesca Woodman’s haunting photographic self-portraits
The most detailed investigation of this photographic series to date, this In Focus explores the ongoing use of the prints ...
A photomontage is a collage constructed from photographs
Technique that involves exposing a partially developed photograph to light, before continuing processing, creating halo-like effects
In photography’s first decade two pioneering practitioners, David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, collaborated on making salted paper prints – ...
Nigel Henderson's photographs at Tate Britain
Collage describes both the technique and the resulting work of art in which pieces of paper, photographs, fabric and other ...
Thomas Ruff insists that his photographs capture only 'the surface of things'. But is there more than meets the eye?
The photobook is a book of photographs by a photographer that has an overarching theme or follows a storyline – ...