Robert Mapplethorpe: Saints and Sinners, Sean Kelly

The saints and sinners of Robert Mapplethorpe’s iconic images go head to head in an exhibition at the Sean Kelly Gallery, running until 25 January.

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2013, National Portrait Gallery, London

From over 5,000 submissions by nearly 2,500 photographers, judges have whittled down the entries to this year’s Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize to just 60 pieces, now on display at the National Portrait Gallery until 9 February 2014.

Ikon Gallery celebrates its 50th Anniversary

Ikon Gallery will be rolling out the celebrations in 2014 as they mark 50 years of championing modern and contemporary art with a special series of events and exhibitions.

Review of The Lady from the Sea by Thomas-Zanon Larcher and Jules Wright, Wapping Project

The Wapping Project stages a contemporary take on Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea in photographic essay and installation form by Thomas-Zanon Larcher and Jules Wright.

Artangel Open 2014 Deadline

Artangel Open is inviting artists working in all media across the UK to submit bold, site-specific proposals that will transform and enrich the UK’s cultural landscape. Championing innovation and creativity is at the heart of this project.

Art Projects, London Art Fair

In a new section of Art Projects, a pivotal component of the annual London Art Fair, a series of collaborations between emerging UK and international galleries is to take place.

Jules Wright and Mallett: Opening the Shutters at Ely House, London

Opening the Shutters, an unexpected collaboration between Jules Wright, founder of the Wapping Project Bankside, and Mallett, brings together the work of seven high-brow photographers.

A New Objectivity: The Düsseldorf School of Photography, Sotheby’s

Sotheby’s Sǀ2 Gallery is currently playing host to an impressive collection of photographs taken from the influential Düsseldorf School of Photography.

Final Day of Art Basel Miami Beach

Today is the last day to get along to Art Basel Miami Beach. This Art Basel show presents premier artwork from across the globe. Over 250 of the world’s leading galleries participate.

Art Basel Miami Beach Day Three

There’s still time to get along to Art Basel Miami Beach. As well as the stunning list of exhibitors, there are sectors allowing visitors to explore the many dimensions of Modern and contemporary art.

Art Basel Miami Beach Day Two

The second day of Art Basel Miami Beach is upon us and there are still hundreds of galleries to check out. Participants from Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, and Africa make up the impressive list of exhibitors at this year’s event.

Art Basel Miami Beach Opens Today

Classic art deco boulevards, long white beaches and a glitzy night life provide the backdrop to Art Basel Miami Beach. Art Basel, which began in 1970, is recognised as a premier international art fair.

Gered Mankowitz: Vintage Stones, Atlas Gallery, London

Gered Mankowitz: Vintage Stones marks the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones’ formation and brings together over 1000 previously unseen vintage silver gelatin prints.

Review of América Latina 1960-2013 at Fondation Cartier, Paris

The comprehensive project América Latina 1960-2013 is a bright example of a discourse presentation in a frame of exhibition space. It aims to give a panorama of Latin American photography from 1960 up to today, and unites 72 artists from 11 countries.

Photorealism: 50 Years of Hyperrealistic Painting, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

The first major large-scale retrospective in Europe devoted to Photorealism surveys the genre’s development from the 1960s to today through works by Charles Bell, Audrey Flack, and others.

Paul Reas: Daydreaming About the Good Times? Impressions Gallery, Bradford

Influential photographer Paul Reas has documented the experiences of the working class. This project comes together in the international premiere of his first major retrospective at the Impressions Gallery.

Preserving Memories

Hoarding photographs, art books, newspaper clippings and found items that took her fancy, Vivian Maier filled storage lockers with her bric-a-brac and over 100,000 negatives.

Subtle Discovery

Maroesjka Lavigne spent four months travelling around Iceland in the months between winter and spring photographing this intriguing country along the way.

American Dreams

Tracing a landscape of signs, buildings and interiors, Jim Dow’s photographs record the character of a past era. Beginning in the 1960s, he has continued to capture these elements all over the world.

Nostalgic Desires

Cally Whitham records the ordinary, transforming it into a surreal landscape, reflecting the way places are perceived through nostalgia and memory.