Dynamic Gradations

“Love happens here” is a phrase found across London this month. The Photographers’ Gallery who show their solidarity with an offsite exhibition.

5 To See

Offering a global perspective on digital and societal changes, these exhibitions document the pivotal transitions of an era.

Visualising Unrest

The 1980s were a turbulent time in Britain; this decade is the focus of The Place is Here, an exhibition set between the South London Gallery and MIMA.

Documenting History

Kurt Tong’s (b. 1977) current exhibition The Queen, The Chairman and I, reflects upon the self as an amalgamation of disparate parts.

Illuminating Space

Gleaming Lights of the Souls by Yayoi Kusama remains a beautiful part of the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.

Excavating Identities

White Cube’s latest exhibition reveals how there is a vast and raging female presence amongst those associated with the surrealist movement.

Pivotal Transitions

States of America (2017) is the the largest overview of North American documentary photography in recent years.  

Authentic Observations

Huis Marseille, Amsterdam, brings together a collection of Jamie Hawkseworth’s images offering a nuanced and empathetic portrayal of England.

Emotive Cinematography

MACK publish stills from Richard Mosse’s Incoming, a film that captures the refugee crisis through thermographic weapons and imaging technology.

Communal Legacy

The biennial Artists’ Award, hosted by the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is the first worldwide award to be judged solely by artists, and it shows. 

5 To See: This Weekend

With the weekend in sight, time and space for contemplation is on the horizon. The 5 to See for 14 – 16 July traces the common links in humanity.

Global Collectives

A celebration of photography takes place in Shanghai; the fourth edition of PHOTOFAIRS features notable names alongside new talent.

Cultural Empowerment

The Time is Now is curated to expand on the MoMA’s, New York, current show Making Space: Women Artists & Post-war Abstraction.

Illuminating Structures

Cerith Wyn Evans’ installation evokes a playful manipulation of space and time through a spectacle of light.

Social Transitions

In The Whiteness of the Whale, British photographer Paul Graham examines the intersections between race and social status in America.

Temporal Fluidity

This year’s Lyon Biennale questions the meaning of modernity in our ever-shifting world. It forms the second installment of what will become a themed trilogy.

Re-Interpreting Worlds

Chrystal Lebas’ Regarding Nature explores the dynamic between human beings and the organic landscape as two interacting spheres of life.

Multi-Dimensional Practice

The exhibition considers the subtle differences between regions, highlighting how and why they remain a source of inspiration.

Charting Flexiblility

Ubiquitous, cheap and light, plywood is the focus of an exhibition opening at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, this summer.

Inclusive Engagement

The 2017 edition of the Accessible Art Fair (ACAF) offers a platform for emerging artists and designers to showcase and directly sell their work to audiences.

Celebrating Functionality

TASCHEN’s new publication, Brick by Brick, is a compilation of contemporary buildings from the past 15 years that hark back to the inexpensive material.

Composing Intimacy

Dennis Hopper re-invented the iconography of the lens to document social upheaval in the Western world and the emerging contemporary condition.

Intermediary Practices

The ING Unseen Talent Programme provides young European photographers with an opportunity for international exposure across new platforms.

Illusory Resonance

Rachel Ara, winner of the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016, has been awarded a Near Now Fellowship, which includes a reworking of This Much I’m Worth.

Revolutionary Biographies

Working on History at Museum für Fotografie, Berlin, looks into contemporary Chinese photography to understand cultural ecosystems.

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