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Exhibitions at V&A Victoria and Albert Museum

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Prix Pictet 2021: Fire

Prix Pictet 2021: Fire

15 Dec 2021

16 Dec 2021 – 9 Jan 2022
Twelve series of powerful photographs by 13 international photographers exploring the topical theme of ‘fire’ will be presented in the exhibition Prix Pictet: Fire at the V&A, London, 16 December 2021 – 9 January 2022.

The exhibition will showcase the world-class photography shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Prix Pictet, the global award with a unique commitment to promoting discussion and debate on issues of sustainability and the environment.

The bodies of work shortlisted for … more

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Valérie Belin

Reflection

Reflection

– 31 Aug 2020
The V&A unveils a major new photography commission by internationally-acclaimed artist Valérie Belin. Known for her monumental photographs exploring artifice, identify and representation, Belin has found inspiration inthe V&A’s photographs collectionfor hernew series Reflection. Ten of Belin’s resulting 173 x 130cm pigment prints will be on display in the V&A Photography Centre from 23 October 2019 to 31 August 2020.

Belin was drawn to the street photography… more

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Prix Pictet - Space

Prix Pictet - Space

Richard Mosse, Prix Pictet 2017

– 28 May 2017
The Irish-born photographer Richard Mosse has won the Prix Pictet award, for his series of black-and-white images entitled Heat Maps (2016-17). Now based in Leeds, Mosse used a military-grade thermal camera that detects body heat to depict sites on the journeys faced by migrants in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
www.prixpictet.com/space/

Last night at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London it was announced that the Irish photographer Richard Mosse had become the winner of the seve… more

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The Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road, South Kensington
SW7 2RL London

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Prix Pictet 2014 - Consumption

Prix Pictet 2014 - Consumption

Winner: Michael Schmidt

– 14 Jun 2014
The announcement for the shortlist for Prix Pictet Consumption has been made. At a ceremony at Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris, 11 artists have been selected. They are: Adam Bartos (United States)Motoyuki Daifu (Japan)Rineke Dijkstra (Netherlands)Hong Hao (China)Mishka Henner (Belgium)Juan Fernando Herrán (Colombia)Boris Mikhailov (Ukraine)Abraham Oghobase (Nigeria)Michael Schmidt (German)Allan Sekula (United States) Laurie Simmons (United States).more

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Daily 10-17:45; Fri 10-22

Simon Annand

The Half

Photographs of Actors Preparing for the Stage

– 11 Apr 2010

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The Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road, South Kensington
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The Photographer's Pilgrimage

Exploring Buddhist Sites in Asia

– 19 Jun 2009

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Photojournalism 1930-1970 . Recent gifts to the V&A

– 2 Nov 2003
Photojournalism emerged as a distinctive form of photography in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The term denoted picture making that was spontaneous, topical and rapid. This was facilitated by the introduction of small, hand-held cameras such as the Ermanox and the Leica, which enabled photographers to record fast-moving events and catch their subjects unawares. Meanwhile, political turmoil and the rise of mass-circulation news stimulated a huge demand for illustrated magazines. Picture Post, Li… more

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STEPPING IN AND OUT: CONTEMPORARY DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY

by Charlotte Cotton . Curator of Photographs, V&A

– 2 Feb 2003
The display presents eight of today's most compelling documentary photography projects. Certain photographers have "stepped in" to communities different from their own; other photographers have "stepped out", to adopt the role of observer within familiar surroundings. The result is provocative and engaging – a fascinating exploration of the possibilities for contemporary documentary photography. more