Photographing the Human Being in the 20th Century: The Case of Lee Miller

March 27, 2008

Speaker: Mark Haworth-Booth

Lecture in English

Mark Haworth-Booth is Visiting Professor of Photography at the University of the Arts London, and Honorary Research Fellow at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Mark Haworth-Booth has curated many photographic exhibitions, as Henri Cartier-Bresson (1979), Willian Eggleston (1983), Hockney’s Photographs (1984) or The Golden Age of British Photography, 1839-1900 (1984). He has published widely, including Photography: An Independent Art (1997) and Things: A Spectrum of Photography, 1850-2001 (2004). His lecture focused on the career of the American photographer Lee Miller.

Organized with Universidad de Málaga, this lecture was part of the programme of activities related to the exhibition On the Human Being. International Photography 1900-1950.


March 27, 2008


Free admission


8:00 pm


According to the program



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