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First Shots: Early War Photography 1848-1860

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First Shots: Early War Photography 1848-1860

Time: September 11, 2009 to January 10, 2010
Location: White Space Gallery, National Army Museum
Street: Royal Hospital Road
City/Town: London SW3 4HT
Website or Map: http://www.national-army-muse…
Phone: 020 7881 2455
Event Type: exhibition
Organized By: National Army Museum
Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2009

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Event Description

The National Army Museum is devoting its new White Space Gallery to an exhibition of the work of four pioneering war photographers: Felice Beato, Roger Fenton, James Robertson and Josh McCosh. War photography has indelibly etched on to the public consciousness many dramatic and shocking images. First Shots documents war photography when it was still in its infancy. Using some of the earliest shots from the Collection, it will explore what drove its pioneers; the technical, social and environmental pressures which shaped their work and the impact the images they produced had upon culture and society.

Visitors may find some images in this exhibition disturbing

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