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Seeing Daylight: The Photography of Dorothy Bohm

13 March 6:30 pm

£5

The V&A Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green, London

Seeing Daylight: The Photography of Dorothy Bohm

 

Dorothy Bohm has been photographing for over 70 years. When fleeing the rise of Nazism aged 13 she was given a camera by her father as a parting gift; she wouldn’t see her father for another two decades. Since then she has become one of Britain’s most eminent photographers. Seeing Daylight is a 2017 documentary, directed by Richard Shaw, about her practice, how she learned photography, what drives her to photograph and how her images changed photography.

Screening includes a private viewing of the exhibition Little Happenings: photographs of Children by Dorothy Bohm, which closes on 17 March, and a Q&A with Dorothy’s daughter Monica Bohm-Duchen.

 


 

6.30pm

 

Details

Date:
13 March
Time:
6:30 pm
Cost:
£5
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://www.vam.ac.uk/moc/events/seeing-daylight-documentary-film-dorothy-bohm/