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Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera

Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, at Tate Modern, London, offers a fascinating insight into photographic images made surreptitiously or without the explicit permission of those depicted by bringing together more than 250 works of photography and film by well-known figures including Brassaï, Guy Bourdin, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Nan Goldin, Dorothea Lange, Lee Miller, Thomas Ruff, Paul Strand, Weegee, and Garry Winogrand. The exhibition will also include images made by amateur photographers, press photographers, and in some cases automatic systems such as CCTV. It explores themes of eroticism, celebrity and conflict, including images of clandestine, informal or candid situations, impromptu and even intimate moments.

Tate Modern, London 28th May – 3rd October, 2010

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Fall 2010

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Spring 2011


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