Exhibitions, Crucial for Shaping Photography

February 7, 2015

Published by Contrasto, Photoshow highlights how certain exhibitions, including The Family Man, were essential for photography’s wider acceptance as a distinct art form. The book’s curator, Alessandra Mauro, asserts that photography connects both reality and narratives, with exhibitions acting as a perfect way for telling these stories. It seem that audiences have always been intrigued with the real, personally relatable stories for which photography acts as a better means to communicate them.

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