Say cheese! The V&A in London exposes the camera
Through the ages
Comprising over 120 photographs that feature the camera itself as their subject, ‘The Camera Exposed’ at the V&A museum in London runs until March next year, and includes portraits of famous photographers such as Bill Brandt and Paul Strand. The exhibition provides a rare glimpse at the history of photography, art and camera technology, from Charles Thurston Thompson’s 1853 self-portrait, to Simon Moretti’s 2014 photomontages, created with the use of a scanner.
Photos: The Victoria & Albert Museum