Unearthed: Photography’s Roots exhibition in London

Unearthed: Photography’s Roots follows the lasting legacy of the great pioneers who made some of the world’s first photographs of nature, examining key moments in the medium’s history and the influences of sociological change, artistic movements and technological developments, including Pictorialism through to Modernism, experiments with colour and contemporary photography and new technologies.

Robert Mapplethorpe 1988

The exhibition running until 9 May 2021 at Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. This exciting show explores the ancient relationship with the natural world. Large poppies, cauliflower, peppers, magnificent flowers photographed from the 1840s to today through the Victorian images by the photographers' Talbot who experiments with paper negatives, by the first female photographer Anna Atkins until the glamour and eroticism of artists Robert Mapplethorpe and Nobuyoshi Araki, to the sill life composition of Richard Learoyd.

Robert Mapplethorpe 1988

100 works by 41 leading international artists curated by Alexander Moore, Creative Producer at Dulwich Picture Gallery "Nature is a constant, and there’s a reason that artists through the centuries have always returned to it…We can’t help but be inspired because it’s unwavering."

Unearthed is at Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, from 8 December to 9 May 2021. Tickets go on sale 2 December and must be pre-booked.

About the flowers, we're pleased to show you a sneak peek of the latest project by the artist Yuri Catania:


Death in Colours Act 02" 2020 - Analog Photography Yuri Catania

Yuri Catania 2020


"Purple Dalya" 2020 Yuri Catania

Yuri Catania 2020