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Presenting a major survey of the photographic medium during a period of rapid social change, Everything Was Moving: 60s & 70s, features more than 400 images taken by some of the most widely acclaimed photographers from across the globe. With works dating back to the Cultural Revolution, the striking display gives visitors of the Barbican Art Gallery a unique opportunity to browse through some of the most astounding shots taken by the likes of William Eggleston and Graciela Iturbide.

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Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
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PRICING  £14.50, concs/NUS/under 17s/mems £12, under 14s £5
DATES  3rd June to 1st September 2017
VENUE  Barbican Centre 
This June, the Barbican Centre presents Into The Unknown: A Journey Through Science Fiction. The genre-defying exploration of art, design, film and literature takes over the entire building to present a new, global perspective on Science Fiction. Swiss historian and writer Patrick Gyger has curated the festival-style exhibition, which explores Scie... More about this event
 
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Barbican Centre,   Silk Street      EC2Y 8DS
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VENUE  Barbican Art Gallery 
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