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Princess Katalin is one of the curators of the National Portrait Gallery’s new temporary exhibition          British Royal Family United Kingdom 

Princess Katalin is one of the curators of the National Portrait Gallery’s new temporary exhibition       

Katalin Cambridge, a graduate of Art History, is one of the curators of the New Temporary Exhibition of the National Portrait Gallery in London, dedicated to the birth of art photography.

Princess Katalin, who is the patron of the gallery, first uses her studies as a curator. Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography will open on March 1st and will be visible until May 20, BBC news portal writes.
The princess had picked up Victorian photographs of part of the exhibition and wrote the lyrics to them. The prelude to the catalog of the exhibition was also formulated by the princess.
The exhibition is based on works by contemporary photographers such as Oscar Rejlander, Lewis Carroll, Julia Margaret Cameron and Lady Clementina Hawarden, whose paintings are also featured in the UK’s masterpiece collection. Some of these have been lent to the show.
“This time in the history of photography has always been of interest to me.” As a student at St Andrews University, I chose this subject for my thesis, especially child photography, which is a top priority for the exhibition, which allows the importance of childhood preservation and appreciation reflect on it, “he wrote in the foreword.

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