An exhibition of photos from the 1840s to 1990s, assembled by picture editor Bruce Bernard, is on show at the Victoria & Albert Museum from 5 September. The collection features work by well-known photographers such as Man Ray, Diane Arbus, and Jack Delano. Curated by Mark Haworth-Booth and Charlotte Cotton, the exhibition is accompanied by a book, 100 Photographs: A collection by Bruce Bernard, with text by Bernard and Haworth-Booth.
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