The exhibition ‘Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860’ will be shown at the Tate Britain from the end of February to the beginning of June in 2015.
This will be the very first exhibition in Britain that is fully dedicated to the salted paper photography which is one of the earliest forms of photography. This form of the photography was invented by the British William Henry Fox Talbot in 1839. The new form of this visual technique spread really fast on the world which opened up new possibilities for art. At the exhibition visitors will have the chance to get to know the history of photography and to explore the very few prints that survived the years and it is truly a unique opportunity to see the rarest photographies in the world. The exhibition ‘Slat and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860’ will be shown at the Tate Britain in London. The exhibition will be on display from 27th February to 7th June in 2015. The entrance fee for the exhibition for adults is 12£ and for children under 12 is for free.
Millbank, London SW1P 4RG, United Kingdom
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