A Confronted with an intoxicating scene of enviable excess and success, the visitor to ‘Street & Studio: An Urban History of Photography’ will surely identify with that waiter. |
B To view the show not as a triumph but solely as a site of squandered opportunity is, however, to succumb to the false dichotomy suggested by its title: for these are triumph and waste simultaneously.
C Its ultimate failure is the inevitable culmination of a long history of victories and successes.
D Let’s start, like the show, a long way back, in the last decade of the 19th century, with one of these early successes.
choose correct one