There's a major photography exhibition currently showing at Tate Britain (that's Tate Britain at Millbank, not Tate Modern)
How We Are: Photographing Britain
Curated by Val Williams and Susan Bright
22 May 2007 to 2 September 2007
Tate Britain is open daily, 10.00-17.50
Exhibitions 10.00-17.40 (last admission 17.00)
Ticket prices: Adult £7.50; Student, over 60, unwaged, child 12-18 and disabled £6.
"As well as famous names - William Henry Fox Talbot, Lewis Carroll, Julia Margaret Cameron, Bill Brandt, Madame Yevonde, Susan Lipper, David Bailey and Tom Hunter among them - the exhibition includes postcards, family albums, medical photographs, propaganda and social documents. It includes work by many women photographers and photographers from different cultural backgrounds who are usually underplayed in the history of British photography."
By coincidence (see post below), one of Roger Mayne's Southam Street photos features in the publicity for the show.
Interestingly, the show features four large screens that are displaying slideshows from this Flickr group:
which is open to all.