Pentti Sammallahti: Here, Far Away, The Photographers’ Gallery

Spanning over nine countries from 1973 to 2007, Pentti Sammallahti’s work is an outstanding example of the beauty of black and white photography. His show Here, Far Away opens 10 October.

Warp Films Release a Deluxe Limited Edition WarpFilms10

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Warp Films, a deluxe limited edition WarpFilms10 Book & DVD Set will be released. The book features exclusive behind-the-scenes photographs.

Tobias Zielony: Jenny Jenny, Berlinische Galerie

Tobias Zielony’s exhibition Jenny Jenny (2011 – 13) examines the consequences that the global recession has left on the USA, the most prolific and powerful country on the planet.

Melanie Friend: The Home Front, Impressions Gallery

Uniting three related photographic collections, Melanie Friend’s The Home Front explores the civilian experience of war. The images are stark and objective in their depiction of army-related activity.

Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy, International Center of Photography

In a two-story house on Governor’s Island, Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy presents prints and slides of black and white and colour photographs shot throughout the New York area.

Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam

With a campaign image shot by Viviane Sassen, the second edition of Unseen Photo Fair looks to promote work by emerging talents and otherwise unseen pieces. From 26-29 September.

Taner Ceylan: Lost Paintings Series, New York

Turkish artist Taner Ceylan’s Lost Painting Series opens this September at Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York. Running 18 September until 26 October, this will be the artist’s first exhibition at the gallery.

Bharat Sikka: Matter, Amsterdam

Matter is a new series of works by photographer Bharat Sikka. Featured on the cover of Aesthetica, Sikka has worked with the likes of The New York Times, Wallpaper, Vanity Fair and Vogue India.

Thessaloniki Biennial of Contemporary Art: Everywhere But Now

The Thessaloniki Biennial of Contemporary Art opens to the public 19 September under the thought provoking title, Everywhere But Now. Relating to the questions of…

Formento+Formento: Circumstance

This September Formento+Formento celebrates the launch of a new artbook, Circumstance. The book will be released by YellowKorner internationally and will shortly arrive in the UK and France.

Review of Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You to Love Me at Somerset House, London

A host of characters inhabits a long hall of a space in this major retrospective of photographer Miles Aldridge’s work. Actress-models reinterpret the costumes and stances of the film noir femme fatale.

Country Matters, London

Country Matters unites the work of Bert Hardy, Roger Mayne, Tony Ray-Jones, Colin Jones, Chris Killip, Homer Sykes, Sirkka-Liisa Kontinnen, Martin Parr, Mark Power, Anna Fox and Ken Grant.


The purpose of the PHOTOQUAI photography biennale is to highlight the best photography from across the globe. Since its creation in 2007 there have been four editions, giving exposure to 200 photographers, most of them unpublished in France.

Review of Kool-Aid Wino at Franklin Street Works, Stamford

A mysterious final word ‘mayonnaise’ is how Richard Brautigan ended his most well known publication, Trout Fishing in America. Kool-Aid Wino at Franklin Street Works takes its name from the book.

Docks Art Fair, Lyon

Docks Art Fair celebrates its fourth year by taking up a permanent site. Since its conception, the event has become a centre for art lovers and this year it moves a few 100 meters to the south of the Sucrière.

Shortlist for New Sensations

Channel 4 and The Saatchi Gallery have announced the shortlist and finalists for this year’s New Sensations Prize. The work of 20 young artists will be exhibited in a show in London opening 12 October.

Garry Fabian Miller: Voyage, London

Garry Fabian Miller’s new series, Voyage, marks the close of a 37-year chapter and represents an exciting new direction for the artist. HackelBury Fine Art, London, opens the debut of the collection.

Elad Lassry at 303 Gallery, New York

In his rigorously formatted photographs, which never exceed the dimensions of a magazine page or spread, Elad Lassry elaborates on the potential of a photograph to exist as a sculpture.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Count Down – Irene Fearnside

The deadline for the Aesthetica Art Prize has been extended for one day. A celebration of excellence in art from across the world, the Prize offers artists the opportunity to showcase their work.

Visa Pour l’Image, Perpignan

Visa pour l’Image celebrates its 25th festival, which is an achievement outstripping the original hopes of the founders. The festival is an annual, week-long meeting for 3000 photographers.