Diane Arbus once said, ‘a photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know.’ Documentary photography has always come with a great responsibility: capturing the true essence of reality. We uncover the best documentary photographers who have shared a secret from the past, for you to discover.
Yevgeny Khaldei, ‘Soviet Soldiers Raising A Red Flag Over The Reichstag’,
Nick Danziger, Glasgow, ‘Broken Fire Hydrant, Parkhead’, 1994
Willy Ronis, ‘Skiers at Megeve’, 1938
Edouard Boubat, ‘Café De Flore, Saint-Germain-Des-Prés, Paris’, 1953
Herbert Ponting, ‘Cavern In An Iceberg’, 1910
René Burri, ‘São Paulo’, 1960
Robert Capa, ‘Allied Troops in Paris Attacking Germans Entrenched in Public Buildings’, 1944
Robert Doisneau, ‘Les Lilas de Ménilmontant’, 1956
Tatsuo Suzuki, ‘Shibuya’, Tokyo, 2013
Neil Libbert, ‘Greyhound Station’, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1960
Margaret Bourke-White, ‘Aerial View of aDevelopment Tract of Single Family Houses in Muncie, Indiana’, 1937
The Photographers 2015 Exhibition portrays the most important and iconic photographs from the history of the medium. The exhibition will run from 25 November – 23 December 2015, at both Osborne Samuel and Beetles + Huxley.
Osborne Samuel, 23A Bruton Street, London, UK, +44 207 493 7939 Beetles + Huxley, 3-5 Swallow Street, London, UK, +44 207 434 4319
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