Tate Modern Prepares for “Surveillance” Exhibition`

May 17th, 2013

Tate ModernIn two weeks, The Tate Modern will open “Exposed,” a show of work focusing on voyeurism and surveillance in the practice of contemporary photography.  Pulling together 250 works from various artists and photographers, the show will examine the act and cultural impact of surveillance in the context of London’s position as the most surveilled city in the world.

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