This exhibition captures the complicated relationship between abstract art and photography.
The exhibition features Alvin Langdon Coburn’s 1917 Vortographs series to the new wave of contemporary artists developing unconventional techniques impacted by technology.
Antony Cairns’ E.I. CTY1 (2018) is a good example. T
his is a collection of 45 photographs taken in major cities from all over the world, displayed in a framework of dismantled Kindle screens.
The concluding installation entitled Rock is a River (2018) by Maya Rochat pulls together distressed photography and projection.
The two pieces were both created specifically for this exhibit.
The exhibition forces viewers to challenge their perspectives of reality.
Tate Modern, London SE1 9TG
Until 14 October £18 or free for members