Sublime Landscapes

Ellen Jantzen unearths new states of reality through digital manipulation, looking beyond the surface to reveal new layers of meaning.

Poignant Histories

Uriel Orlow’s Theatrum Botanicum positions the natural world as a stage for politics, profoundly engaging with the impact of colonialism.

Visual Biography

Finnish photographer Elina Brotherus combines her past with tropes from the history of art, forging personal and universal connections .

Transient Moments

Jocelyn Lee’s portfolio of photographs offer intimate moments, presenting a subtle yet powerful statement about the female experience.

Sensory Details

Formerly a cinema set painter, Lorenzo Vitturi’s photographic style in infused with performativity. Money Must be Made opens at Flowers Gallery.

Celebrating Tradition

Evora Africa is a celebration of African heritage, offering fresh perspectives on the modern world and the experiences of young people.

Formal Innovation

Offering a comprehensive overview of contemporary photography, a new exhibition presents images which depart from convention.

Future Greats

The 2018 Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition explores the effects of over-consumption, media stimulation and emotional disconnection in today’s world.

An Unprecedented Approach

Pioneering photographer August Sander drew a nuanced sociological portrait of Germany’s inhabitants and surrounding urban landscapes.

5 to Read: This Month

This month’s new releases negotiate how senses and visceral appreciations are integral to the creation, purpose and perception of contemporary art.

5 to See: This Weekend

The top picks for 7-8 April offer global dialogues, navigating international domains from China to Germany to examine a changing landscape.

Universal Storytelling

Noémi Varga’s The Happiest Barrack recounts a personal tale of life and love within soviet Hungary. See it at as part of the Aesthetica Art Prize 2018.

Immersive Subjects

A new publication by Hatje Cantz tracks the ongoing relationship between the swimming pool and photography.

FotoReportage: Call for Entries

The Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award has just announced an international call for submissions for female practitioners for its second annual prize.

Innovative Approaches

Early fashion photographer Erwin Blumenfeld used experimental darkroom techniques to create unique and often uncanny images.

Constructed Environment

Noémie Goudal’s images combine staged structures with natural landscapes, questioning the boundaries between artificiality and reality.

Sculptural Intersections

Journeys at Australia House, London, showcases the sculptural work of Shona Nunan and Michael Francis Cartwright, along with their two sons.

Modern Identities

A new exhibition at Yossi Milo Gallery foregrounds work by West-African portrait photographer Sanlé Sory.

The Future of Silhouettes

Images by emerging fashion photographer Erik Madigan Heck feature a strong use of colour, pattern and form.

Uncanny Topographies

A testament to the interdisciplinary nature of photography, Kate Ballis creates unique, colour-drenched images using infrared technology.