This summer Tate Modern is presenting another great exhibition called Street & Studio An Urban History of Photography.
They have work from the world’s most famous photographers: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Diane Arbus, Lee Miller, Richard Avedon and Wolfgang Tillmans.
The exhibition is displayed in 11 rooms starting in late 1800s with fathers of photography like Louis Vert and Charles Negre going on to cover topics such as celebrity, everyday passers by, tramps, post war imagery and modern youth.
Even though there were a lot of big names, I hadn’t seen a lot of the work before so was pleasantly surprised.
Street & Studio shows till August 31st.
Cy Twombly’s retrospective is on at The Tate Modern till September the 14th but I couldn’t see what all fuss was about.