SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND // 'STRANGE AND FAMILIAR' - BRITAIN REVEALED



Curated by British photographer Martin Parr, 'Strange and Familiar' explores
Britain's social, cultural and political climate through the lens of some of the most
influential photographers. From 1930 to present day, works including those
of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sergio Larrain and Robert Frank are pieced together
to demonstrate the vibrancy of modern Britain and its people. Stretching the scope
of the country - it bring a fresh perspective to Britain we know it.

Now at The Barbican, London until 19th June 2016.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

01. Baker Street Underground - Sergio Larrain 1958 - Magnum Photographs
02. London - Cas Oorthuys 1953 - copyright Nederlands Fotomuseum
03. London Street - Robert Frank 1951 - copyright Victoria and Albert Museum

SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND // 'STRANGE AND FAMILIAR'
- BRITAIN REVEALED

Curated by British photographer Martin Parr, 'Strange and Familiar' explores Britain's social, cultural and political climate through the lens of some of the most influential photographers. From 1930 to present day, works including those of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sergio Larrain and Robert Frank are pieced together to demonstrate the vibrancy of modern Britain and its people. Stretching the scope of the country - it bring a fresh perspective to Britain we know it.

Now at The Barbican, London until 19th June 2016.

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

01. Baker Street Underground
Sergio Larrain 1958 - Magnum Photographs

02. London - Cas Oorthuys 1953
copyright Nederlands Fotomuseum

03. London Street - Robert Frank 1951
copyright Victoria and Albert Museum