Landmark Collective Show at Sumerset House, London. 14 March – 28 April 2013

By Mathieu Bernard-Reymond

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I would be happy to see you at the opening of this collective show curated by Mr William Ewing.

Focusing on our rapidly changing planet, ‘Landmark: the Fields of Photography’ features more than 170 original works of art taken by enterprising photographers employing technology ranging from 19th Century plate-camera techniques to the use of planes, drones, robots and even satellites to capture vivid images of earth’s varied terrain – and even distant planets. Many of the major names in photography are represented: Mitch Epstein, Nadav Kandar, Ryan McGinley, Robert Adams, Simon Norfolk, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Lee Friedlander, Simon Roberts, Toshio Shibata, Robert Polidori and many others contributing spectacular imagery. Also featured are striking images by a younger generation of photographers: Pieter Hugo, Susan Evans, Raphael Dallaporta, Penelope Umbrico, Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, and others.

Dates: 14 March – 28 April 2013
Opening hours: 10am – 6pm daily.
Address: Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA
Admission: Free
Transport: Nearest Underground Stations – Temple, Embankment. Nearest National Rail stations: Charing Cross, Waterloo.
Further Information: positiveviewfoundation.org.uk and somersethouse.org.uk