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Viviane Sassen: Analemma Fashion Photography - The Photographers' Gallery

Analemma: Fashion Photography 1992 – 2012 is the first London presentation of works by Dutch-born photographer Viviane Sassen (b 1972), one of the most exciting and creative figures working across contemporary art and photography today.

Edward Steichen: In High Fashion - The Photographers' Gallery

This is the UK premier of Edward Steichen: In High Fashion: The Condé Nast Years 1923-1937 it includes over 200 vintage prints, many on public display for the first time since the 1930s. Brought together especially for this exhibition, they mark the

Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age, at the Barbican Art Gallery

THE idealism of architecture clashes against the daily chore of life in the Barbican’s latest large scale survey exhibition.

Brian May turns up the stereo with Victorian 3D photos at Tate Britain

Show features selection from Queen guitarists vast collection of images that appear three dimensional through special viewer.

TateShots: Poor Man's Picture Gallery with Brian May

Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May explains his obsession with Victorian stereoscopic photographs.

Brian May's adventures in 3D photography

Brian May tells Lucy Davies how he fell in love with Victorian stereo photo cards

Guitarist Brian May Lends Tate Britain Rare Victorian 3D Photographs

The astronomer and Queen guitarist has lent the gallery the photographs to be displayed in the new exhibition Poor Man’s Picture Gallery at the venue until 12th April 2015. It is the first display in a major UK gallery to be devoted to the 19th cent

Poor Man's Picture Gallery: Victorian Art & Stereoscopic Photography - Tate Britain

'Poor man’s picture gallery’: Victorian Art and Stereoscopic Photography is the first display in a major British art gallery devoted to early three-dimensional photography. These ingenious but inexpensive stereograph pictures were a nineteenth centur

Silent Partners: Artist & Mannequin from Function to Fetish - Fitzwilliam Museum

Silent Partners is a ground-breaking exhibition devoted to the artist's mannequin, that uncovers its playful, uncanny - and sometimes disturbing - history from the Renaissance to the present-day.

Wounded: The Legacy of War - Somerset House

Featuring over 30 portraits of wounded servicemen and women while on duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, this display honours war heroes of today and highlights the plight of wounded personnel. Striking and unsettling, the images do not shy away from the a