Appropriately in this Jubilee and Olympics year, Tate Britain opens an exhibition of 150 photographs of London life by some of the biggest names in photography, dating from 1930 to 1960. This period of immense change was documented by photographers from all over the world – a familiar haunt to some, an exotic challenge to others.
Artists represented in the show include Bill Brandt, Henri-Cartier Bresson, Bruce Davidson, Elliot Erwitt, Robert Frank, Marketa Luskacova, Dora Maar, Irving Penn and Willy Ronis. Above is Milon Novotny’s shot of Middlesex Market. The exhibition runs at Tate Britain from 27th July - 16th September.