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This unusual chair was used to take portraits of a particular kind of person. Can you guess who?
Dance crazes have always sparked outrage and debate, as these images from our collection prove!
80 years ago today, Alexandra Palace became the birthplace of British television as we know it.
Hit It! is an unusual (and often amusing) installation that captures candid portraits of people in motion.
This year we celebrated our 20th edition of Widescreen Weekend—and it was truly one to remember.
Aardman Animations and plasticine go together like Wallace and Gromit—but the famous studio is increasingly making creative use of CGI, too.
Sometimes, it’s difficult for a photograph to embody the essence of a historic object. How have techniques developed when it comes to recording ancient artefacts?
Our summer exhibition, In Your Face, inspired us to go hunting for examples of ‘faces’ in some of our collection objects.
Dr Jane Frances, Policy Adviser in Education at Changing Faces, talks about how we look at faces and how different ways of seeing are represented in our In Your Face exhibition.
Our brand new family experience, In Your Face, opened on 23 July with an amazing celebration party.
Some things never change—taking pictures of cute pets is a pastime as old as photography itself, as this image from our collection proves.
As temperatures hit a record high for the year here in Bradford (and everywhere else in the UK), our thoughts have turned to the lazy, hazy days of summer.