Opening last weekend at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is a massive, unprecedented exhibition about war and photography. Displayed are over 500 objects including photographs from more than 280 photographers from 28 countries. This exhibition, starting near the beginning of photography, in 1846, covers the photographic history of the subject until today. It has been organized Anne Wilkes Tucker, the Gus and Lyndall Wortham Curator of Photography at the museum; Will Michels, photographer and Glassell School of Art instructor and Natalie Zeit, curatorial assistant for photography.
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