Juxtaposing Time & Place

Conversations: Photography from the Bank of America Collection is now on show at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

A Peep Through The Looking Glass, Alice in Wonderland, Tate Liverpool

Since their original publication in 1865, Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass have had an unprecedented influence on the visual arts.

Christophe Von Hohenberg, The Day The Factory Died, Coldharbour London Gallery

This December Coldharbour London Gallery will be exhibiting The Day The Factory Died, a collection of never-before published photos by acclaimed fashion photographer Christophe Von Hohenberg.

Photography Vs. Photography

This year’s August/September issue featured the work of Lara Jade, a fashion, portraiture and commercial photographer who has worked with brands such as Sony and magazines such as Elle.

History in Context

There are unseen lines that cross the earth, lines that make little concession to land or water but are owed and owing to both, through industry and habitation.

Industrial Realism

Lunch Break is an unsentimental, yet deeply humane, portrait that examines the changing roles of workers, depicting the drastic shift in the social, political and economic landscape of the 21st century.

Talking Images

This year’s Taylor Wessing includes thought-provoking and captivating works. Jooney Woodward won this prize for her portrait, Harriet and Gentleman Jack.

An Unfamiliar Reality

Camilo Echeverri’s series SuperWomen employs a deliberate reworking of visual vocabulary, subverting notions of nostalgia, happiness and myth.

Speak To Me

Each issue of Aesthetica features works by rising stars in photography from around the world. The following images are a highlight of this year’s works.

Spectral Images of a Dark City

Eckersley’s vision of nocturnal London dissembles the conventional imagery of built environments where abandoned estates and neon-lit corner shops reign.

The Poet of Modernism, André Kertész Retrospective, The Hungarian National Museum, Budapest

Following on from the Royal Academy of Arts’ show, Eyewitness: Hungarian Photography in the 20th Century, The Hungarian National Museum celebrates the career of André Kertész.

The Orchestrated Spontaneity of Ryan McGinley, Wandering Comma, Alison Jacques Gallery, London

For his first London exhibition since his celebrated Moonmilk series, Ryan McGinley has assembled seven new photographs, all in the largest format the American artist has yet worked in.

Don’t Miss This, Rashid Rana: Everything Is Happening At Once, The Cornerhouse, Manchester

Everything Is Happening At Once is the first solo UK exhibition in a public institution by Rashid Rana. Rana’s work explores how physical realities and social practices affect our culture and identity.

New Horizons, Robert Mapplethorpe Curated by Sofia Coppola, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris

There are a few things you will already know about Sofia Coppola; she wrote Lost in Translation, was the first American woman to win the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival with Somewhere.

Max Mara Art Prize for Women 2011 Winner Announced

Laure Prouvost has been announced as the winner of Whitechapel’s Max Mara Art Prize for Women. Iwona Blazwick, OBE, Director of the Whitechapel Gallery revealed the winner this evening.

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery

Torben Åndahl’s Eike is featured in the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize show. The award has developed a prestigious international reputation since its inauguration in 2005.

Hedi Slimane’s California Song, The Museum of Contemporary Art, LA

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, opens a new solo exhibition of Hedi Slimane’s work, on show from this weekend until 22 January 2012.

Opening Tomorrow, Roman Polanski: Actor & Director, BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels

BOZAR will host Roman Polanski: Actor & Director curated by the Łódź Museum of Cinematography. The show retraces the career of one of the great masters of cinema through photographs and posters.

40 Exhibition, 75 Artists, 200 Works, Hereford Photography Festival

Hereford Photography Festival is the UK’s longest running photography festival featuring over 75 artists and documentary photographers from across the world in more than 40 exhibitions.

The Alienation Effect, Savage Presents Jean Michel Jarre and Cezary Bodzianowski’s Tea Back, Spike Island, Bristol

Two shows run parallel to each other at Spike Island, with a variety of motifs exploring common themes: alienation by displacement and its significance in the creation/destruction of meaning.