All I Know Is What's On The Internet is an exhibition of contemporary art that trys to question the dynamics of digital knowledge production through 21st-century photography.
Photography once had a unique role in documenting the world around us, but in the 21st-century we no longer have a single photograph but millions of different images. As digital images multiply exponentially online the exhibition wonders whether photography's status as a form of visual knowledge is now linked to the actions of algorithms and intelligent machines.
The exhibition draws upon the experiences of content moderators, street view photographers, and machine vision algorithms, presenting a radical exploration of cultural value and digital labour -- at a time when the boundaries between machine and human are being increasingly called into question.
Roman Vishniac Rediscovered – 26 Oct 2018 to 24 Feb 2019 – Roman Vishniac is best known for documenting the daily life of harrassed Jews living in Germany between the wars.
Poster Girls — A century of art and design – 13 Oct 2017 to 1 Jan 2019 – Poster Girls celebrates the work of female designers who worked for London Transport over the last 100 years
Drop-in Drawing at the National Portrait Gallery – Every Fri – Enjoy a free drop-in drawing session at the National Portrait Gallery, amongst some of the gallery's great works of art.
Sir Richard Wallace — The Collector – 20 Jun 2018 to 6 Jan 2019 – The Wallace Collection's new exhibition will highlight the contributions made by the museum's founder, Sir Richard Wallace.
Magic Realism — Art In Weimar Germany – 30 Jul 2018 to 14 Jul 2019 – Magic Realism is an exhibition of paintings created during the Weimar Republic years, between World Wars I and II.
Renzo Piano — The Art of Making Buildings – 15 Sep 2018 to 20 Jan 2019 – This exhibition will explore the buildings of Renzo Piano - the famous Italian architect who designed The Shard
Courtauld Impressionists — From Manet to Cezanne – 17 Sep 2018 to 20 Jan 2019 – The National Gallery will be putting on an exhibition of Impressionist works by Cezanne, Renoir, Manet and more.
If you enjoy Photographer’s Gallery then you might like to visit 18 Stafford Terrace (catch the train from Oxford Circus to High Street Kensington)
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