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Berenice Abbott @ Beetles+Huxley

Berenice Abbott, Manhattan Bridge Walkway, New York, c. 1936

Berenice Abbott, Manhattan Bridge Walkway, New York, c. 1936

Berenice Abbott
27 October – 21 November 2015

During a career spanning the best part of the twentieth century, Berenice Abbott (1898-1991) produced one of the most significant and varied bodies of photography ever made. Although widely regarded as one of the most important American documentary photographers, the exhibition at Beetles+Huxley this autumn will be the first career encompassing retrospective to be mounted in the UK. Stretching from her early celebrity portraits, through her famous ‘Changing New York’ project, to her ground-breaking science photography, the exhibition will bring Abbott’s genius to London.

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  1. […] admission. Berenice Abbott, widely regarded as one of the most important American documentary photographers, is known for her black and white photography of New York City architecture and US Depression urban […]

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