Frank Habicht was recently in London to attend the opening of 'Strange and Familiar' at the Barbican.

In This Photo: Tina Barney, Frank Habicht, Raymond Depardon, Bruce Gilden, Martin Parr, Jim Dow, Hans Eijkelboom

In This Photo: Tina Barney, Frank Habicht, Raymond Depardon, Bruce Gilden, Martin Parr, Jim Dow, Hans Eijkelboom

Curated by British photographer Martin Parr, this major exhibition looks at how foreign photographers captured UK identity. It includes amazing black & white photos from the Thirties and Sixties by iconic photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Frank Habicht and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. The ground floor of the Barbican Art Gallery shows photography by contemporary artists such as Rineke Dijkstra, Axel Huette and Candida Hoefer. There is also a big reading room with many amazing photography books. It is open until 19th June.
- Michele Fajtmann, director of Arts & Culture Events 'FROM MY CITY' May 2016

The photographic exhibition will tour to Manchester Art Gallery, 25 November 2016 – 29 May 2017

Frank Habicht at the Barbican 2016

Frank Habicht at the Barbican 2016

Alice Ormbsy Gore, 1969 Hyde Park London.  Photograph by Frank Habicht        'Strange and familiar' at the Barbican Centre 2016

Alice Ormbsy Gore, 1969 Hyde Park London.  Photograph by Frank Habicht        'Strange and familiar' at the Barbican Centre 2016

Industry poster, 1965

Industry poster, 1965

The present melting into the past, still remaining the present.

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