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Tate Modern is a Museum of Art. It is free to get on but certain events you have to buy tickets and you are welcome to make a donation if you would like, The event I attend to was called Klein & Moriyama in this exhibition it was not only photography but film and art work they have produced. William Klein is not only a great American photograph but a painter, filmmaker, documentarian and graphic designer. his work exclude a determinedly urban , combative energy, so that the he seems equally at home in the words of fashion , boxing and politics .
Klein was born in new York in 1928.He grew up in the, regularly haunting the museum of Modern Art and studying sociology as a teenager in city collage. He has been in Paris for the last 60 years; he started his career as a painter and studied with Fernand Leger. It was only after he designed a set of rotating architectural panels and took pictures of their blurred movement that he became intrigued.
I went to this event and looked at the photography which the artiest have produced and thought why have they took a picture of this persific thing because most of there photography has been of everyday live, the expression the people face show and tells us which emotions they are feeling at the time. I also noticed that these two photographers use a lot of time and effect on the photos they take I would recommend for any one to go see this exhibition its is fantastic and very interesting.
In tomorrow’s lesson we’re going to look at a couple of examples of camera-less photographic images. Called photograms (or Rayographs) these images were made without the use of a camera and might be said to explore the basic properties of drawing with light.
This means we’ll be working in the darkroom and doing a bit of research on our blogs. Ultimately, I’ll be asking the class to create their own photograms in response to some famous examples and to document this experiment on their Weebly websites.