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Felice Beato (1832 – 29 January 1909), also known as Felix Beato,[note 1] was an Italian–British photographer. He was one of the first people to take photographs in East Asia and one...

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  • Art Review: ‘Allegory and Illusion,' at the Rubin Museum

      News Source: International Herald Tribune | 6 months ago
    Alkazi Collection of Photography A group of chiefs from the old kingdom of Kandy in Ceylon. Alkazi Collection of Photography A painter in India after 1920...Featuring material from India, Burma (now Myanmar), Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), and Nepal, the
  • Oldest photos of China by Felice Beato to be auctioned in London

      News Source: Mail Online UK | 12 months ago
    The set of 18 original albumen photographs were taken by Mr Beato, regarded as one of the first ever photojournalists, while he was embedded with the British Army in 1860. Mr Beato had joined up with the army in India in 1857 to photograph the
  • Photographing history : pioneers of technique

      News Source: Japan Times | 2 years ago
    Special to The Japan Times A good retrospective presents an artist's full career, challenges our preconceptions and encourages us to rethink his or her work and contributions. Two new exhibitions at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography do
  • Art Review: ‘Princes and Painters in Mughal Delhi’ at Asia Society

      News Source: International Herald Tribune | 2 years ago
    Victoria and Albert Museum This portrait of Shah Alam II is part of the exhibition at Asia Society. Edwin Binney 3rd Collection, San Diego Museum of Art A portrait of Bahadur Shah I and his sons, one of the works in Princes and Painters in Mughal
  • See 19th-century photos of Tokyo

      News Source: Japan Times | 2 years ago
    It is the first retrospective of the photographer, who left precious records of the early days of Japan's modernization drive that started in the 19th century.
  • The ebb and flow of the foreign gaze

      News Source: The Daily Star | over 2 years ago
    Anyone walking into Sfeir-Semler Gallery these days will be drawn to the large (184 X 241 cm) photograph of Egypt, taken from the Nile. Though its title and dimensions don't accompany the print (any of the prints in this exhibition, in fact), the
  • Growing up with photography and picturing youth

      News Source: Japan Times | over 2 years ago
    Special to The Japan Times You know how difficult it is to get good photos of children...And just when you think you've got the perfect shot, they turn the other way. Now try to imagine how challenging it must have been for early photographers, who


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