Photo Stroll – Controversies a legal and ethical history of photography at the Rudolfinium Gallery: Part 3

I am on the move, again, this time in Manchester. So for today, here’s the penultimate part of my photo stroll through the photo show Controversies – a legal and ethical history of photography at the Rudolfinium Gallery. There are lots of photos, so I’ve added them as thumbnails, click to look more closely, or watch them as a slideshow. All iPhone photos © Miranda Gavin.

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Click to view slideshow.

Filed under: Photographers Tagged: ethics, Galerie Rudolfinium, legal photography, Miranda Gavin, photo show, Prague, Rudolfinium Gallery

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