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Emerson’s Evolution

British photographer Peter Henry Emerson’s dramatic recantation of his beliefs about photography and art forms a canonical yet perplexing ...

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Nature, buildings and people: Harry Callahan at Tate Modern

Despite being regarded as one of the most influential figures in post-war photography, Harry Callahan's work is little known ...

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Dye destruction print

A dye destruction print (Cibachrome print, Ilfochrome print) is a print made using a photographic printing process in which colour ...

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Albumen print

Invented in 1850, and commonly used in the late nineteenth century, the albumen print is a type of photographic print ...

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The Vorticists at Tate Britain - now open! Tell us what you think

Hello - our exhibition The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World has now opened at Tate Britain. Tell us what you ...

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Montage

A montage is an assembly of images that relate to each other in some way to create a single work ...

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Visual ethnography

Ethnography is the study and interpretation of social organisations and cultures in everyday life. It is a research-based methodology, and ...

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Magnum Photos

Magnum Photos is a New York based photographic co-operative founded in 1947 by four photographers, including Robert Capa and Henri ...

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Beijing East Village

Beijing East Village was a short-lived, politically motivated, Chinese arts collective that came to prominence in the early 1990s

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Archives & Access project: digitising the archive: Henry Scott Tuke/Thomas Cooper Gotch

My name is Oli Cowling and I am part of the photography team working on the Archives & Access project ...

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Romanticism gets real: British landscape photography

The Romanticism display in the Clore Galleries at Tate Britain features more than 170 paintings and prints, as well as ...

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The Gesamtwerker: László Moholy-Nagy

Stuart Bailey assesses László Moholy-Nagy's importance as a graphic designer

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Vaporous fantasies: Document: Robert Rauschenberg's photograms

Before he became famous for his protean work, Robert Rauschenberg was making little-known but beautiful cameraless photograms with his then ...

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Points of memory: Chloe Dewe Mathews: Conflict, Time, Photography

Tate Modern’s exhibition Conflict, Time, Photography, opens this week, coinciding with the centenary of the start of the First ...

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Bauhaus

Bauhaus was a revolutionary school of art, architecture and design established by Walter Gropius at Weimar in Germany in 1919

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Streets and Traffic (In Photographs)

Tate In Focus research project exploring Waiting for Tear Gas 1999–2000 by Allan Sekula
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Surface tension

Thomas Ruff insists that his photographs capture only 'the surface of things'. But is there more than meets the eye?

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Soldiers, amazons and chivalric fantasies: Project from the Archive of Modern Conflict: Warriors

The Archive of Modern Conflict (AMC) contains one of the best collections of photographs of war and conflict from across ...

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Lives of the Artists: Běla Kolářová

Běla Kolářová’s (1923–2010) experiments with photography and assemblage brought the everyday into direct contact with the aesthetic of ...

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Who are Hilla and Bernd Becher?

Get to know one of the artists from the Artist and Society display at Tate Modern