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Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, Tate Modern | reviews, news & interviews

Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, Tate Modern

Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, Tate Modern

Surprises, shocks, pleasures and horrors exposed through photographs

From Nan Goldin's series 'The Ballad of Sexual Dependency': definitions start dissolving because of her presence as voyeur and participantNan Goldin and Matthew Marks Gallery, NYC
In the week that Sarah Ferguson was caught on a secret camera receiving a stash of $40,000 from News of the World journalists, Tate Modern launched this ambitious and excitingly diverse photography exhibition. Had the meeting been earlier, the incriminating images would have been perfect for the show. Instead, the Royal Family is spied on in Alison Jackson’s unusually generous parody, The Queen Plays with her Corgis.

In the week that Sarah Ferguson was caught on a secret camera receiving a stash of $40,000 from News of the World journalists, Tate Modern launched this ambitious and excitingly diverse photography exhibition. Had the meeting been earlier, the incriminating images would have been perfect for the show. Instead, the Royal Family is spied on in Alison Jackson’s unusually generous parody, The Queen Plays with her Corgis.

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