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Modern Gothic

Carolina Mizrahi’s block palette installations evoke questions about gender and sexuality in a new show at Daniel Raphael Gallery, London.

Cultural Seduction

Now, Today, Tomorrow and Always asks how popular culture, and its compendium of imagery and words, has influenced contemporary art. With work by Jeremy Deller, Anthea Hamilton and others.

Tectonic Change

States of America looks back on a generation of documentary photographers who captured the former decades that shaped Trump’s America.

Pragmatic Design

Innovators propose ways to improve the temporary situations faced by refugees. From clothing that can double as a tent, to improved signage in a refugee camp, the designs offer practical, real-life solutions.

Accelerating Visions

Willi Ruge, ­who captured much of the excitement and anxiety spreading across Europe at the time, is honoured in a retrospective at CO Berlin.

Urban Renaissance

100 Great Street Photographs brings together a new generation of talented artists who have embraced modern technology to capture the world around us.

Authentic Form

Photographer Ed van der Elsken sought in reality an aesthetic form, an authenticity that was devoid of artifice. Camera in Love runs until 24 September.

Transient Heritage

Tamas Dezso paints a portrait of Romania. The country is struggling to shed the shackles of its political past, which pervades its rural heritage.

Charting Authenticity

The Photographers’ Gallery’s latest exhibition offers an insight into the polaroids of a previous generation through the cinematic vision of Wim Wenders.

Photographic Resurgence

LE BAL, Paris, displays a range of Magnum Photos’ treasures from books and publications dating from the creation of the co-operation in 1947.

Vivid Histories

Julie Cockburn’s delicate embellishment of photographs is the focus of a new exhibition at London’s Flowers Gallery this September.

Monochromatic Visions

Sanne De Wilde delves into the visions of the people of Pingelap and Pohnpei, two islands where a high percentage of the population have achromatopsia.

Centenary Style

The Grand Palais in Paris celebrates the centenary of the birth of photographer Irving Penn in partnership with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Evolving Aesthetics

In An Incomplete History of Protest, Whitney Museum, New York, explores its collection and archive with a focus on activism and politics.

Vintage Highways

Photographer Josef Hoflehner’s sleek and stylish yet unstaged imagery takes viewers back in time, focusing on car designs from the 1960s and 1970s.

Sublime Landscapes

Adam Jeppesen searches for the silence and spirituality in desolate landscapes and the physical elements in his latest exhibition, Out of Camp.

Exuberant Youth

Having presented Malick Sidibé’s first solo exhibition outside of Africa in 1995, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain now pays tribute to the artist.

Sequential Urbanity

Swedish photographer Mårten Lange has released a The Mechanism, a despondent sequence that forms a sci-fi story about contemporary life.

Thematic Multiplicities

As August approaches, the Online Viewing Room at David Zwirner has curated a selection of images that express the notion of summer.

Nostalgic Engagement

For the conceptual artist Mike Mandel, the 1970s was a time of enrichment; the ensuing productivity is celebrated in Good 70s at SFMOMA. 

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