The exhibition Conflict, Time, Photography will be shown at the Tate Modern from this November. The exhibition will show images from conflicts that have taken place in time since photography was invented.
At the exhibition visitors will have the chance to look through the most powerful and changing times of the world. The exhibition shows a wide range of selections of various pictures taken at the world changing wars. The Conflict, Time, Photography exhibition will exhibit several photographs from different individuals. Visitors will have the chance to explore more on the wars, the life back then and the everyday life and struggle in the life of the people as well. The exhibition displays several pictures taken seventh months after the fire bombing of Dresden alongside with the photographs taken seven months after the end of the First Gulf War.
There will be also images showing Vietnam after the fall of Saigon alongside with pictures taken in Nagasaki after the atomic bomb. At the exhibition there will be also several pictures of the Second World War as well. Apart from these photographs there will be plenty of other conflicts displayed at the exhibition. The exhibition Conflict, Time, Photography will take place at the Tate Modern in London. The exhibition will be shown from 26th November 2014 until 15th March 2015. The tickets for adults cost £14.50.
Bankside, London SE1 9TG
For more information on the exhibition and the museum check the official site.