BRADFORD.- The National Media Museum presents the first retrospective of the career of Daniel Meadows - photographer, documentarian, digital storyteller and unofficial co-founder of a uniquely British photography movement. Daniel Meadows: Early Photographic Works, curated by Val Williams, is a free-to-enter exhibition opening to the public on the 30 September 2011. In the early 1970s Daniel Meadows embarked on a journey to create a social snapshot of Britain, breaking with photography tradition and infusing the medium with new energies and ways of seeing.
The exhibition will present over 250 works making it one of the largest retrospective shows for this artist ever held in a museum. It will cover Mapplethorpe?s entire career as a photographer, from the Polaroids of the early 1970s t... Read Post
Foam finishes 2013 with a unique retrospective exhibition of the work of William Klein. The entire museum has been dedicated to the life and work of this legendary photographer, filmmaker and designer. The career of William Klein (b... Read Post