Takashi Arai

Friday, 25 March 2016

“In Tate Modern’s current exhibition, Performing for the Camera, 500 images spanning 150 years are used to tease out how performance has been an intrinsic part of photography. Moving from the invention of the camera in the nineteenth century, to the stream of images taken daily in the twenty-first, ‘performance art is often more photographic, and photography more performative, than their usually separate histories suggest’.” Philomena Epps • Photomonitor

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