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5 to See: This Weekend

In this week’s selection digital objects, innovative designs and introspective photography make sense of everyday life in the 21st century.

Planes of Absurdity

In surrealist black and white staged images, Astrid Verhoef leaves urban life behind, exploring new connections with the organic world.

Deutsche Börse: Compelling Stories

Anna Dannemann, Curator, shed light on this year’s show, considering how the four shortlisted artists tell us about contemporary photography.

Emerging Talent

Personal, political and offering fresh artistic perspectives, the FR Awards return to The Truman Brewery, London for the 2019 edition.

Contemporary Reflections

Photography collective Document Scotland reflects on the country’s changing economic and natural landscapes at Martin Parr Foundation.

Alluring Worlds

Utilising photography as a journey, Sander Vandenbrouke utilises short breaks from filming on set, teasing a sense of narrative from the land.

5 to See: This Weekend

International photographers explore human experiences in the 20th and 21st centuries, responding to events shaping the landscape.

Urban Periphery

Joachim Brohm and Alec Soth document social environments. Two Rivers is a new exhibition exploring life in Germany and the US.

Sense of Self

Baltimore Museum of Art and Freersackler Gallery present new shows considering contemporary Asian photography, expanding upon a turbulent history.

5 to Read: This Month

Must-read publications for January span architecture, photography and design, offering comprehensive histories from India to the US.

Introspective Moments

Photographer Ka-Man Tse is the winner of the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize, focusing on LGBTQ and Asian Pacific Islander communities.

Narrative Journeys

A double exhibition of works by photographer Erwin Olaf takes a personal look at his craft, stylistic development and storytelling methods.

Isolated Planes

Blurring the boundaries between photography, illustration and digital painting, Alex Fruehmann’s works offer alternate storylines.

5 to See: This Weekend

Aesthetica’s selection of must-see photography shows for early January offers conceptual visions of iconic natural and urban landscapes.

Local Vernacular

The Map and the Territory at Jeu de Paume, Paris, is a retrospective surveying colour photographs taken by Luigi Ghirri in Modena during the 1970s.

Intriguing Curation

Haute Photographie offers an international line-up, celebrating a selection of new talents whilst foregrounding the medium’s rich history.

Chronicling Hardship

A retrospective of Dorothea Lange at Jeu de Paume, Paris, spans work from the early 1930s to lesser-known pieces of the 1950s.

A Collaborative Lens

Mounted in celebration of European Month of Photography 2018, a show spans four decades of images by Ute Mahler and Werner Mahler.

The Metropolitan Wanderer

The cinematic mise-en-scène of everyday urban life is central to this retrospective of Northern Irish photographer Hannah Starkey.

5 to See: This Weekend

Stylised photography, social documentary and abstract art come together at the close of December, revealing the evolving nature of art.

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