Last Thursday London’s Photographers’ Gallery opened its doors to three new exhibitions exploring ideas around photo collage.
On the second floor the gallery presents the first UK exhibition of the work of Geraldo De Barros (1923 – 1998), a key figure in Brazilian art and design and a pioneer of Modernist photography. De Barros engagement with photography made during two intensive periods of experimentation at the very beginning and the end of his artist career.
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