Eyes Wide Open! 100 Years of Leica Photography at C/O Berlin highlights from an art and cultural historical perspective how the Leica and the 35 mm format has changed the photographic gaze in the 20th century. More than 300 photographs, as well as magazines and important photo books document the different aspects of the Leica photography, which emerged in the mid 1920s. The show sees works by internationally renowned Leica photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, Christer Strömholm, Robert Frank, F.C. Gundlach, William Eggleston, René Burri and many more.
Eyes Wide Open! 100 Years of Leica Photography, C/O Berlin
Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern
Tate Modern will examine the relationship between photography and performance, from the invention of photography in the 19th century to the selfie culture of today in Performing for the Camera.
Inspired by the studio spaces of Luis Barragan, and Ricardo Bofill’s La Muralla Roja, Massimo Colonna’s images provide an arena for uncanny movement.