Reinventing History

Coinciding with Art Basel, photo basel, Switzerland’s first photography fair, investigates the boundaries between truth and fiction.

Abstract Simplicity

Design duo Objects of Common Interest is known for creating still life installations and experiential environments.

Breaching Boundaries

Founded in 1995 in the city of Gwangju in South Korea, the Gwangju Biennale is Asia’s first and most well-known contemporary art biennale.

Documenting Youth

Tish Murtha captures a sense of timelessness through photography that addresses neglected youth in the north of England.

New Mythologies

Deconstructing myths and clichés, Wild West is the outcome of a trip that Joachim Hildebrand took around the seven states of the American Southwest.

Narratives In Analogue

Wim Wenders’ visual diary of instant snapshots from the 1960s – 1980s offers a glimpse into life on set that predates social media.

Digital Critique

I Was Raised on the Internet looks at a specific moment in time to explore the rapid cultural shifts the world has experienced since the millennium.

Multi-faceted Collections

Identities overlap and intersect: no one is defined solely by their race, gender, class or nationality, but rather by a combination of complex factors. This…

5 to See: This Weekend

Photography exhibitions opening at the start of June offer encounters with the natural environment, testing the limits of representation.

Unparalleled Portraiture

Celebrating 100 years since the birth of Irving Penn, an extensive retrospective of the photographer’s portfolio is presented at C/O Berlin.

10 to See: Degree Shows

In a fast-developing visual and digital world, graduates offer unique, forward-thinking perspectives on a globalised landscape.

A Changing Landscape

The first UK solo exhibition of German photographer, Olaf Otto Becker, opens at Huxley-Parlour Gallery, London. 

Cinematic Architecture

Openstudio Architects’ Swartberg House is the subject of a five-channel video installation at La Biennale di Venezia.

Influential Messages

Art Basel’s photography selection includes key voices, raising awareness of ongoing social, political and ecological questions.

An Enduring Legacy

Photographer Jean Molitor has been tracking the legacy of Bauhaus since 2009, capturing the movement’s bold aesthetic.

Uncanny Constructions

Exploring the timely boundary between truth and fiction, Thomas Wrede’s works offer a surreal reflection on the fidelity of photography.

Illuminating Cities

Sabine Weiss and Fred Herzog articulate the post-war urban landscape through a bold use of contrast, holding up a mirror to society.

Moving into Architecture

Fjordenhus, the first building realised by Olafur Eliasson and his architectural team, builds on a socially and conceptually responsive practice.

Visualising Systems

Mary Mattingly looks into the wider effects of mining and chemical cultivation, investigating supply chains through a critical approach.

Bold Observations

Combining strong geometric patterns, clean lines and bold colours, Leonardo Pucci’s body of work, documents the urban landscape.