Are today’s photographic portraits much different from the formal painted portraits of the 18th century?
Is the photograph entered into a prestigious competition more controlled and less free than the others in an artist’s portfolio?
FT photography critic Francis Hodgson tackles these and other questions, as he assesses this year’s Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery
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