Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
An exhibition of photographs from the Royal Photographic Society which illustrate the progression of photography from its inception to the current day, opens at King Edward’s Art and Photography Department TAG Gallery on Tuesday 15th January until Friday 15th February.
The exhibition is a rare opportunity to see some early prints from the Royal Photographic Society’s Collection, ranging from 1845 to 1940, alongside the outstanding work from today’s RPS digital photographers who use their cameras and computers to develop exciting images and art.
Details can be found here.
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