21 March - 1 July. This exhibition presents the early camera work of Stanley Kubrick, one of the 20th century's most prominent filmmakers.
In his early career Kubrick worked as a staff photographer for the New York magazine "Look" for five years.
A cinematographic element can already be detected in this photojournalism work - now part of the collection of New York's Museum of the City - and his photos capture an America in the immediate aftermath of world war two, later a central theme in his films.
Kubrick's portrayal of society includes images as diverse as crime scenes, shoeshine men at work and a university theatre troupe.