Objective Structures

La Tettonica dell’Assemblaggio shows a large selection of works by the designer, architect and sculptor Angelo Mangiarotti, an influential figure in post-war Italy.

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.

Ancestral Environments

Sylvain Biard’s newest series, entitled SHiMA, was looks at the gap between the photographer and an unreachable culture.

Industrialised Documentation

Designed World is the first museum show of Peter Keetman for 20 years, whose industralised photographic works looked at the poetic rebuilding of Germany.

Revolutionary Biographies

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

Reformed Histories

Lalla Essaydi’s Still in Progress at Leila Heller Gallery, Dubai, draws audiences into a modern-day harem that utilises photography to rewrite narratives.

Reciprocated Visions

Isaac Julien’s Looking for Langston (1989 / 2017) is a landmark film that explores the private world of poet, social activist and columnist Langston Hughes.

Aspirational Gesture

Finnish photographer Janne Lehtinen captures the individual and human aspiration of continuously wanting to push one’s boundaries.

Expansive Movements

Where are we marching? The future of protest is a day of debate running alongside IWM’s radical exhibition, Fighting for Peace.

Supporting Diversity

Dundee Contemporary Arts, MIMA, MOSTYN, Nottingham Contemporary, The Hepworth and Turner Contemporary are shortlisted for Freelands.

Transformative Materiality

Robi Walters’ practice encompasses a re-examination of collage. Utilising bright colours and overlapping textures, each piece finds beauty in everyday materials.

Vernacular Metropolis

Michael Wolf’s weighted depictions of globalisation and growth come into question in Life in Cities, another exhibition at the 2017 Rencontres d’Arles.

Compassionate Documentation

Neil Libbert has been working as a street photographer for nearly 60 years; Michael Hoppen Gallery offers an opportunity to see the full range of accumulated works. 

Hallucinatory Compositions

Karine Laval: Reflections looks into the hazy, lucid memories of summer, re-appropriating analogue compositions.

Gestural Adolescence

Nelli Palomäki’s photography seeks to find new ways to interpret highly classical monochrome portraiture. Shared explores the complex theme of siblinghood,

Visualised Activism

Since last year’s presidential election, Richard Misrach (b. 1949) has been travelling around California, Arizona and Nevada, documenting occasions when people have done just that.

Cinematic Disposition

Devotional Document (Part I), at Nottingham Contemporary is Wu Tsang’s first solo show in the UK, evoking performative states of impossibility.

Visual Landscape

Annina Roescheisen’s What Are You Fishing For? immerses into the union between a young man and woman, exploring intimate contrasts.

Interconnective Locales

Found in Translation: Design in California and Mexico, 1915–1985 is a groundbreaking exhibition about design dialogues between the two states.

Collective Depths

Ancient futures is the theme of this summer’s Primavera, an annual event at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.