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London

Victoria and Albert Museum

Exhibition Detail
A History of Camera-less Photography
Cromwell Road
South Kensington
London SW7 2RL
United Kingdom


October 13th, 2010 - March 23rd, 2011
 
Festuca grasses from \'British and Foreign Flowering Plants and Ferns, Anna AtkinsAnna Atkins,
Festuca grasses from 'British and Foreign Flowering Plants and Ferns,
c.1854
© Courtesy of Victoria and Albert Museum
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Room 38a

The first photographs ever made were created without the use of a camera. This display explores the camera-less image from its discovery in the 1850s to the present day. Drawing together unique examples from the V&A collection this display showcases the work of the key figures in the history of photography, including Anna Atkins, Man Ray and László Moholy-Nagy.


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