VIDEO: Giles Huxley-Parlour introduces the work of Harry Callahan

Giles Huxley-Parlour discusses works included in our current exhibition: Harry Callahan: Chicago | Detroit – the first exhibition to be held on the UK since Callahan’s work was displayed at Tate Modern in 2013. Explore Callahan’s legacy and influences, from the Bauhaus leader László Moholy-Nagy, to the cities in which he lived and his beloved wife Eleanor.

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Featured catalogue essay: ‘Turning Points’ by Helena Lee

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Harry Callahan and the Bauhaus

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Reflection: Valérie Belin interviewed by Catherine Troiano