Lee Miller in Fashion
Lee Miller is renowned as a great 20th-century photojournalist, but the woman who photographed the liberation of Dachau began her career as a fashion model in 1920s New York. In the 1930s she switched from New York to Paris and London and from model to fashion photographer. This first study of that aspect of Miller's work presents an outstanding collection of photographs taken for Vogue and couture houses, revealing fashion as the backbone of her extraordinarily varied career.
Inside the Machine
Art and Invention in the Electronic Age
In the early twentieth century the electronics industry employed fine artists to create advertising material explaining rapid technological advancements to the general public. The resulting artwork tracks the development of new components, including valves, transistors and circuit boards, from ‘laboratory to tabletop’. Slightly off-mint.