|Richard Billingham, Hedgerow (New Forest), 2003|
The exhibition presents photography from the mid-19th century to the 21st century alongside historical painting. It looks at how photographers have been influenced and inspired by fine art traditions.
Contemporary photographers include: Richard Billingham, Thomas Struth, Nan Goldin, Ori Gersht, Luc Delahaye, Martin Parr, Tacita Dean, Jeff Wall, Tom Hunter, Tina Barney, Craigie Horsfeld, Sam Taylor-Wood, Richard Learoyd and Maisie Broadhead; historical figures include: Julia Margaret Cameron, Roger Fenton, Oscar Rejlander and Gustave Le Gray. See a selection of examples below.
Read articles and reviews by Laura Cumming, Michael Prodger, Jonathan Jones, Richard Dorment, Brian Sewell; watch a video of Sam Taylor-Wood's Still Life (2001).
|Thomas Struth, National Gallery 1, London, 1985|
|Ori Gersht, Blow Up, Untitled 5, 2007|
|Julia Margaret Cameron, Iago (Study from an Italian), c1867|
Maisie Broadhead, Keep Them Sweet, 2010
|Luc Delahaye, US Bombing on Taliban Positions, 2001|
|Jeff Wall, The Destroyed Room, 1978|
|Sam Taylor-Wood, Still Life, 2001 (Film still - watch video here)|