Tate photography : Sabelo Mlangani

9781849768023
-{{ Math.floor(lowestprice.prices.user.percent) }}%
-{{ Math.floor(selectedVariant.prices.user.percent) }}%
A partir de {{ lowestprice.prices.user.price_tax_display }} {{ lowestprice.prices.user.price_strike_tax_display }} {{ lowestprice.prices.user.label }}
{{ price.price_tax_display }} {{ price.label }}
Prix ​​public {{ lowestprice.prices.suggested.price_tax_display }} {{ lowestprice.prices.suggested.price_strike_tax_display }}
HT
{{ selectedVariant.prices.user.price_tax_display }} {{ selectedVariant.prices.user.price_strike_tax_display }} {{ selectedVariant.prices.user.label }}
{{ price.price_tax_display }} {{ price.label }}
Prix ​​public {{ selectedVariant.prices.suggested.price_tax_display }} {{ selectedVariant.prices.suggested.price_strike_tax_display }}
HT
Article indisponible
Derniers articles disponibles
Vendu par Librairie du Centre Pompidou Thèmes
Photographie

Description

The purpose of the new Tate Photography series is to establish a truly international representation of photography now, to broaden access to remarkable photographers, and to explore the medium's unique ability to capture life and experience in the world today.
With the direct involvement of living photographers in collaboration with photography curators, these books will showcase the best and most notable images taken across the globe, from city streets to seashores, moving across landscapes and through subcultures, in a visual travelogue of our world.
From 2022, Tate will release four books each year, connected by a single theme. By showing varied and international approaches to a subject, the series seeks to create a deeper understanding of what photography can do while also enhancing our appreciation of the lives of others.
The first four volumes The first year's theme is community and solidarity. A Ghanaian-Russian photographer joins Black Lives Matter street protests in London, an artist-activist in New Delhi chronicles women's emancipatory struggles, a South-African's camera locates queer lives in rural townships, while a Finnish photographer captures the North-East of England as perhaps only an emigre with a discerning eye can.
In all these environments, each imbued with unique struggles and dangers, a commonality of human character and strength inspired by community and solidarity is portrayed, permitting glimpses of joy and hope.
Each book contains a new conversation between curator and photographer and is prefaced with a short introduction.

Informations générales

Auteurs
Sarah Allen
Editeur
Tate Gallery
Dimensions
20 x 14 cm
Année de publication
2022
Nombre de pages
64
EAN
9781849768023