Postmodern Photography

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Signs of a Struggle: Photography in the Wake of Postmodernism

Photo by Niya Sinckler.

The Victoria & Albert Museum in South Kensington has lots of works which feature artists creative styles of artwork using themes of challenge, humor and irony to portray their ideas regarding postmodernism.

As you enter the photography room, artist, David Hockey displays: Photography is Dead. Long Live Painting 1995 (See Below).

Photo by Niya Sinckler.

Then walking along there are other intriguing artists. One which stood out was Anne Hardy Untitled IV (Balloons) 2005. (See below). My favorite!

Photo from Anne Hardy Site.

Then the most magical photograph was by Sarah Charlesworth called Gardens of Delight, 1988. There this keyhole where you can look into a new dimensional world (See Below).

Photo from Sarah Charlesworth Studio Site.

This exhibition is on from 11 August to 27 November 2011 in Gallery 38A. The admission is free…

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