Photography 1948-2010: Women

 


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A look at the female as both a subject and object and explores the topic from male and female perspectives.

Bringing together three outstanding fashion photographers Guy Bourdin, Deborah Turbeville and Lillian Bassman, who together over five decades altered the way fashion was shot and women portrayed a narrative photographer, Thomas Zanon-Larcher, who embeds fashion within his images of women and Elina Brotherus whose nude studies of the female form place herself as model and subject at the centre of the photograph; added to this mix are two fine art photographers Stephen J Morgan whose images of the Madonna and female child invite contemplation and reflection and Annabel Elgar who studies the pre-adolescent 'girl-woman', while Susan Meiselas' documentary material confronts with women as role players.

Where

The Wapping Project Bankside
65a Hopton Street, London, SE1 9LR
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Tue-Sat 10-6pm (Mon by appointment)

free

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