Performing for the Camera

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Serious art, portraiture, or just simply posing for the camera? What does is it mean to perform for the lens? Tate teamed up with AnOther Magazine to curate a board of images inspired by the exhibition Performing for the Camera, open now at Tate Modern.

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TEXT BY CHICA FINA I have never seen something as misogynist — since Jeff Koons’ and Cicciolina, which is an obvious “inspiration” for this guy… Romain Mader’s photograph of his nuptials to Ekateri… Photography Exhibition, Camera Photography, Jeff Koons, Simon Baker, Pose For The Camera, Inspiration Wall, Poses, Guy, Artists

Romain Mader – Performing for the Camera | TateShots

Romain Mader is a Swiss photographer who explores themes of gender-representation, loneliness and romance by creating fictional narratives within his images....

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Eikoh Hosoe. Enmeshed in the postwar Japanese ferment, Eikoh Hosoe picked up a camera at 15 and be… Japanese Photography, Contemporary Photography, Fine Art Photography, Erotic Photography, White Photography, Yamagata, Untitled Film Stills, Avant Garde Artists, San Francisco Museums

Performing for the Camera: 5 key artists

Senior curator of Performing for the Camera, Simon Baker, selects his top five artists from the Tate Modern show. Performing for the Camera at the Tate Modern will run from 18 February 2016 - 12 June 2016.

Benidorm, Spain, © Martin Parr from Autoportrait / Dewi Lewis Publishing Martin Parr, Magnum Photos, Documentary Photographers, Street Photographers, Tornados, Tate Modern Exhibitions, Invention Of Photography, Foto Art, Photographic Studio

Performing for the Camera – Exhibition at Tate Modern | Tate

Tate Modern exhibition Performing for the Camera examines the variety of ways in which the photographic image has both documented and developed our understanding of performance since the invention of photography as a medium in the nineteenth century.

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Erwin Wurm: One Minute Sculptures – Performance at Tate Modern | Tate

Create a one minute sculpture with artist Erwin Wurm, inspired by Tate Modern's exhibition Performing for the Camera

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