Conflict, Time, Photography

London's photography lovers were spoilt for choice last year with a Horst retrospective at the V&A, Edwin Smith at the RIBA and the excellent Constructing Worlds at the Barbican. This Tate Modern show is concerned with conflict, grouping together photographers with an alternative view to conventional war reportage. Time is the organising factor for a series of images that reflect on destruction, epitomised by Simon Norfolk's Afghanistan: Chronotopia, or human cost, seen in Taryn Simon's portraits of victims of the Srebrenica massacre.

  • Tate Modern
  • London
  • Wednesday, 26 November 2014
  • Sunday, 15 March 2015
  • January, February, March, November, December