This t-shirt has been made exclusively for The Radical Eye exhibition at Tate Modern, in which this artwork appears.
The invention of the handheld camera in the 1920s allowed photographers to explore more exciting angles than the tripod mounted cameras had previously. Margaret Bourke- White took full advantage of this by experimenting with the perspective of large man-made structures in New York, such as the George Washington Bridge, the NBC Transmission Tower and the Chrysler Building.
Margaret Bourke-White was a leading figure in photojournalism, travelling the world on magazine assignments documenting important events. One of her most significant bodies of work was a visual record of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl of the 1930s in the USA.
The Radical Eye exhibition at Tate Modern displays Sir Elton Johns private photography collection. These rare photographic prints are taken from the classic Modernist period of the 1920s through to the 1950s and include such famous artists as Alexandr Rodchenko and Man Ray.
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