Posted: August 22, 2013

Exhibition Explores the Movement of Photography Across Place and Time

Princeton University Art Museum

Itinerant Languages of Photography
Sept. 7, 2013–Jan. 19, 2014
From its inception, photography has been about the incessant circulation and exchange of images. The meaning and cultural relevance of a photographic image thus changes constantly. Through 85 photographs from public and private collections in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Spain and the United States, The Itinerant Languages of Photography explores the movement of photographs across time and place, offering a transnational history of photography that draws new attention to the work of both well-known masters and more emerging figures. See all


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