Next Generation Interview: Photographer Becca Sidhu

We interview London-based photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Becca Sidhu as part of our Next Generation series on promising young photographic talent.

Interview with Chantal Fabres, Voces: Latin American Photography, Michael Hoppen

Interview: Chantal Fabres, Voces at Michael Hoppen

Michael Hoppen Gallery addresses the wealth of individual expression in Latin American photography with Voces: Latin American Photography 1980-2015. We interview curator Chantal Fabres.

Next Generation Interview: Photographer Hannah White

We interview London-based photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Hannah White as part of our Next Generation series on promising young photographic talent.

Lee Miller: A Woman’s War at IWM, London

Lee Miller at IWM, London

IWM London presents Lee Miller: A Woman’s War, a major exhibition depicting women’s experience of the Second World War by acclaimed photographer Lee Miller in October.

Interview with Juno Calypso, Artist and LCC Graduate

Interview with Juno Calypso

London College of Communication graduate Juno Calypso creates self-portraits in which she performs under the guise of a persona named Joyce. Calypso’s distinctive work investigates modern rituals of seduction and beauty.

Next Generation 2015 Interview: Chloe Newman

We interview London-based photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Chloe Newman as part of our Next Generation series on promising photographic talent.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

October promises to be an exhilarating start to the autumn and winter season, with a dynamic selection of fairs, festivals and long-term exhibitions opening both nationwide and internationally.

Strata Unravelled

Strata Unravelled

Western architectural styles fuse with traditional Mughal details, adorning the grand 18th century façades and domestic interiors of Kolkata.

Innate Refinement

Innate Refinement

Photographic duo René & Radka translate their understanding of the microelements of a shoot into hyperreal images that retain verve and warmth.

Personal Celebration

Personal Celebration

The drama of Lilli Waters’ haunting landscapes is interspersed with figures whose incandescent skin offsets the darkness of their surroundings.

Beguiling Nocturnes

Beguiling Nocturnes

Greg Girard has been documenting the rapid pace of change across south-east Asia over the past three decades.

Lost Leisure

Lost Leisure

Mark Havens’s Out of Season series depicts the disappearing motels of Wildwood, New Jersey, bringing out an idealised past and its disappearance.

Redefining Americana

Redefining Americana

Diffusion: Cardiff International Festival of Photography explores multiple photographic perspectives on american society and culture.

Joie De Vivre

Joie De Vivre

Characterised by a playful spontaneity, Guillaume Lechat’s portfolio encompasses a lively, refreshing synthesis of fashion, lifestyle and documentary.

Next Generation Interview: Photographer Carl Bigmore

We interview London based photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Carl Bigmore as part of our Next Generation 2015 series on promising young photographers.

FOTO/INDUSTRIA 2015 Biennale, Bologna

FOTO/INDUSTRIA Biennale, Bologna

The second edition of FOTO/INDUSTRIA invites artists to explore the world of work in all its aspects with a particular focus on the industrial production chain from conception to recycling.

Next Generation 2015 Interview: Imogen Freeland

We interview London-based photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Imogen Freeland as part of our Next Generation series on promising photographic talent.

Next Generation 2015 Interview with Emma Hartvig

We interview Berlin-based Swedish photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Emma Hartvig about her portfolio of enticing, often unexpected photographic compositions.

Interview with Luis González Palma, Photographer, PHotoEspaña

Interview with Luis González Palma, Photographer, PHotoEspaña

Guatemalan artist Luis González Palma uses photography to approach themes of memory and identity. Working in portraiture, he draws inspiration from religious and Baroque painting.

Interview with Photographer Will Steacy, Diffusion Photo Festival, Ffotogallery

Interview with Photographer Will Steacy, Diffusion Festival

We interview Will Steacy about his photographic project Down These Mean Streets, which examines the areas and people ignored by mainstream American politics at Diffusion Photo Festival.

viennacontemporary, Marx Halle Vienna

Vienna Contemporary, Art Fair, Marx Halle Vienna

Austria’s leading international art fair vienna contemporary will take place at its new home, Marx Halle , from 24 until 27 September. This year’s event welcomes 99 galleries from 25 countries, as well as a series of international art institutions.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

A part of pushing forward in contemporary living involves a significant reflection on the past. This weekend’s 5 to See focuses on a series of dynamic retrospectives opening worldwide.

Interview with Photographer Jeff Brouws, Diffusion Photo Festival, Ffotogallery

Interview: Jeff Brouws, Diffusion Photo Festival

Jeff Brouws’ peripatetic road journeys through the US form a crucial role in his “mapping” of a changing American landscape. His work features in Diffusion International Festival of Photography.

Interview with Thierry Raspail, Director, Biennale de Lyon 2015

Interview with Thierry Raspail, Biennale de Lyon

The 13th Biennale de Lyon, La Vie Moderne, brings together artists from 28 different countries who explore the contradictory character of contemporary culture in varied regions of the world. We speak to Thierry Raspail, Artistic Director.

Photo Shanghai 2015

Photo Shanghai 2015

Photo Shanghai, Asia’s premier art fair dedicated to photography, opens this weekend with a dynamic programme of shows presented by a selection of international galleries from 15 countries.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

David Zwirner invites viewers to explore Concrete Cuba. In Grenoble, Des Corps & Des Astres at Magasin provides an opportunity to discover the work of Didier Faustino and Camille Henrot’s The Pale Fox, arrives at Konig Galerie, Berlin.

The Post-Photographic Condition, Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal

Le Mois de la Photo, Montréal

Le Mois de la Photo launches its 14th edition with a special programme curated by curator Joan Fontcuberta. Focusing on the theme of The Post-Photographic Condition, the Biennial welcomes 100 projects by 29 artists from 11 countries.

Interview with Photographer Melissa Moore, Diffusion Photo Festival, Ffotogallery

Interview: Melissa Moore, Diffusion Photo Festival

Melissa Moore is an artist and an Associate Lecturer at the University of the Arts London. Her photographs will feature in Diffusion International Festival of Photography 2015, Cardiff, in October.

Sydney Contemporary, Carriageworks, Sydney

Sydney Contemporary 2015, Carriageworks, Sydney

Australia’s international art fair, Sydney Contemporary, returns from 10 until 13 September. The event will exhibit over 90 esteemed galleries from 13 different countries across the expansive interior of large-scale arts space, Carriageworks.

Interview with Lukasz Snopkiewicz, Photographer

Photographer Lukasz Snopkiewicz plays with the possibilities of black and white digital imagery to depict the reflective qualities of water, revealing both its creative and destructive capabilities.

Jon Tonks, Empire, Impressions Gallery, Bradford

Jon Tonks, Empire, Impressions Gallery, Bradford

Throughout the last 60 years, Jon Tonks has photographed the people and landscapes of four remote British overseas territories; Ascension Island, St Helena, and Tristan da Cunha.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As we take those first few steps into the month of September, we look to an exciting few weeks ahead with five top shows to discover. Sprueth Magers celebrates the work of Keith Arnatt and Marian Goodman displays pavilion designs by Dan Graham.

Interview with San Francisco-Based Photographer Todd Hido

Interview with Todd Hido

We interview San Francisco-based photographer Todd Hido about his exploration of urban and suburban housing across the USA via large, detailed, luminous colour photographs.

ArtInternational, Haliç Congress Center, Istanbul

ArtInternational launches its third edition on 4 September. Drawing on its unique geographic location as a gateway between East and West, the fair promotes itself as a dynamic cultural bridge across the global art market.

Interview with Colin O'Brien, Photographer of East London Life

Interview with Colin O'Brien, Photographer of London Life

Colin O’Brien’s photographic journey began in 1948. Since then he has been photographing London street scenes in expressive black and white, capturing the drama of Londoners’ day to day lives.

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Countdown: Last Chance

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Countdown: Last Chance

Its the last day of the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 call for submissions, so be sure to register your entry before today’s deadline at midnight. We take a look at previous years’ successes.

The Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown 2016: One Day to Go

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown 2016: One Day to Go

There’s still time to register for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 before it closes for entries on 31 August. As the call for entries comes to its final days, we revisit the work of interdisciplinary artist Jasmine Targett, following her success as a finalist in 2015.

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Countdown: Prizes

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Countdown: Prizes

It’s the last weekend of the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 call for submissions. Open until 31 August, the competition has an array of goodies up for grabs. Prizes include up to £5,000 courtesy of Hiscox and editorial coverage in Aesthetica.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

August may be drawing to a close; however a new season of visual art is only beginning. This weekend we present to you five exhibitions of diverse and exciting media opening around the globe.

Burden of Proof, The Construction of Visual Evidence, The Photographers' Gallery, London

Burden of Proof, The Construction of Visual Evidence, TPG, London

Looking into instances in which photography is used as evidence in the cases of criminal activity or violent acts, this exhibition examines reliability and authenticity in 11 case studies.