Paradise Row (London) is displaying a selection of Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin's key series of works, creating a succinct overview of their unique practice. Broomberg and Chanarin are amongst the most compelling artists working conceptually with the photographic medium, interrogating the documentary and ethnographic traditions of photography with great subtlety and respect. By exploring the relationship between photography and race in their latest series of works, 'To Photograph the Details of a Dark Horse in Low Light', they continue to interrogate the documentary and ethnographic traditions of photography, leading viewers through a complex history lesson; a combination of unstable new photographic works, rescued artifacts and found images.
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