Lee Miller: A Woman’s perspective on World War 2 at London’s Imperial War Museum
In work that mostly went unseen until her death in 1977, Lee Miller reveals a woman’s documentation of war in this incredible exhibition, shown at London’s Imperial War Museum. Even if you’re unable to make the exhibition, delving into Miller’s life and work is a wonderful example of how photography capture’s the soul like a calling. These intimate, often quiet images are full of humour, tragedy and subtle observation, demonstrative of an amazing photographer during an incredible, fleeting epoch of time.
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