For 35 years, Jane Corkin has been collecting photographs by the masters who have shaped and defined the history of photography. This rarely exhibited collection reflects the highlights and history of photographic art in technical and artistic terms.
Works include nineteenth-century English and French photographs from the 1850s featuring Nègre, Fenton, Cameron, Braun, Pierson, Marey.
Russian and Italian Constructivist propagandistic work, European Modernist from between the two World Wars including Cahun, Callahan, Brassaï, Brancusi, Kertész.
American Industrial and Modernist post-war works including Bourke-White, Walker Evans, Edward Weston, Margaret Watkins, Penn, Avedon, Adams.