Horst P. Horst • International Centre of Photography

Saturday, 15 August 2015

For this generation of [British] artists [from the 1970s], photography supplied an image that could be combined with text to produce a new kind of art, intellectually and politically engaged. A key task of this kind of work was to challenge photographic representation itself. One of the results of this project has been that photography now rivals—if not surpasses—painting and sculpture as an ambitious contemporary art form.” Lucy Soutter • Photographers’ Gallery