Bettina Kaufmann, Curator’s Talk Bettina Kaufmann gives an introduction to the Street & Studio exhibition at Tate Modern. She discusses the curatorial issues that arise from the juxtaposition of street and studio photography: at first glance they appear to be two divided image worlds, but interestingly there are inclusions and interplays of specific elements between the two genres. Street photography stands for spontaneity and immediacy, a place that is continuously changing, opposite to the originally quiet, formal and private studio photography. The show aims to present the codes of representation, the continual exchange, and the differences between these two central locations of photographic production from the nineteenth century to the present day. Suggested Further Reading Street&Studio, exh.cat. Tate Modern, London, 2008. Frizot, Michel, Nouvelle histoire de la photographie, Paris, 1995 Westerbeck, Colin / Meyerowitz, Joel, Bystander: A History of Street Photography, New York / Boston, 1994 Max Kozloff, The Theatre of the Face, London, 2008.