"The Modern Lens: International Photography" at the Tate Modern, St Ives.
Presenting the works of avant-garde artists from Europe, the Americas and Japan, this exhibition returns to consider the shaping of modern photography.
From the roaring 20s to the 1960s, The Modern Lens unveils a certain hint of the curiosity and experimentation that so many artists employed, using the existing technology at the time. This is also a chance to discover rare examples of photogrammetry, engraving and film sequences, but also the work of modern migrant photographers, including Iwao Yamawaki from Japan and Hungarian Judit Karasz.
Until 10th May