THE V&A COLLECTION OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY - AN EXPLORATION WITH SUSANNA BROWN
Explore original prints from the V&A collection by street photography masters.
The Victoria & Albert Museum began acquiring photographs in 1852 and its collection is now one of the largest and most important in the world. To celebrate the London Street Photography Festival Susanna Brown, curator of photographs, will lead this session in the V&A Print Room, allowing visitors to examine up-close some of the collection's most fascinating photographs including works by Henri Cartier Bresson, Gary Winogrand and Diane Arbus. Strictly limited to 15 places.
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