Simon Starling, Nine Feet Later, The Modern Institute, Glasgow

Simon Starling, Nine Feet Later, The Modern Institute

Simon Starling has been revisiting the history of forms and objects for two decades, creating installations, films, photographs and sculptures that unearth connections across space and time.

India Art Fair 2016, New Dehli

India Art Fair, New Dehli

India Art Fair returns to New Delhi from 28-31 January. Founded in 2008, the event is a crucial platform for the visual artists working in the region, and builds bridges between its creative community and a multitude of international markets.

Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium, J. Paul Getty Museum & LACMA, LA

Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium, Getty Center & LACMA, LA

This major retrospective, presented between the Getty Center and LACMA throughout spring 2016, will explore the work of one of the most significant photographers of the late 20th century.

Interview with Photographer Albert Elm, XL Catlin Art Guide 2016

Interview: Photographer Albert Elm, Catlin Art Guide

We interview Albert Elm, a recent graduate of the BA (Hons) Fine Art Photography degree at The Glasgow School of Art about his inclusion in the XL Catlin Art Guide + Exhibition in 2016.

5 to See This Weekend

5 to See This Weekend

This week’s 5 to See pays homage to the great makers and movements of the 20th century. David Zwirner dedicates a show to Light and Space pioneer Doug Wheeler and Lisson Gallery provides a survey on the interdisciplinary nature of drawing.

Janet Mendelsohn, Varna Road, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Janet Mendelsohn, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

From 27 January Ikon Gallery presents the largest exhibition to date of original prints by American photographer, academic and documentary filmmaker Janet Mendelsohn.

Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern

Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern

Tate Modern will examine the relationship between photography and performance, from the invention of photography in the 19th century to the selfie culture of today in Performing for the Camera.

In Conversation with Travelling Photographer Kirsten Mumford

Interview: Photographer Kirsten Mumford

European born but raised in South Africa, Kirsten Mumford left her home to forge a life as an expatriate, travelling the globe and applying her unique, nomadic perspective to her photographic practice.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Our 5 to See navigates through an ocean of January blues and steers a journey into intimate explorations of the self. Highlights include Steve McQueen, Ciara Phillips and Saatchi’s all-female show.

Interview: Photographer Osamu Jinguji

Osamu Jinguji was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1962. The photographer originally worked as an actor and model. Following many career changes, he settled on black and white street photography.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Open for Entries

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Open for Entries

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 is now open for entries, presenting a unique opportunity for emerging and established artists around the world to showcase their work to a wider, international audience. Prizes include publication. an exhibition for shortlisted artists, and up to £5,000 courtesy of Hiscox.

Review of Victor Burgin: UK 76, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

Review of Victor Burgin: UK 76, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

We review Victor Burgin’s seminal photo-text series and ideological snapshot of British society, UK76, at Richard Saltoun, which combined a documentary approach with mass media conventions.

Interview with Liezel Strauss of Subject Matter Art

Dealers Subject Matter Art make contemporary art photography from established and emerging international artists accessible. They passionately believe that art transforms any space.

Women: New Portraits by Annie Leibovitz, Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, London

Women: New Portraits, Annie Leibovitz, Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, London

An international tour of newly commissioned photographs by world renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz launches in January, before travelling across 10 global cities.

Lisa Oppenheim, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

Lisa Oppenheim, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

American multimedia artist Lisa Oppenheim, known for her evocative camera-less photography via the photogram and experimental films, is exhibiting a new series of works taking inspiration from natural woodgrains entitled Landscape Portraits at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery in New York.

5 To See in 2016

5 To See in 2016

The New Year is the ideal moment to plan ahead and discover what’s new. An inspiring array of shows are igniting the way in the art world, from Not Vital at YSP to Daniel Buren at BOZAR.

Don McCullin: Conflict – People – Landscape, Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Don McCullin: Conflict – People – Landscape, Hauser & Wirth Somerset

One of the world’s most celebrated photojournalists, and creator of some of the most unforgettable images of conflict around the world, this exhibition takes a broader view of Don McCullin’s career.

Interview: Photographer Larry Woodmann

Larry Woodmann’s cinematic photographs encompass roadside documentary of America, and his impressions of life on the streets of Milan, his permanent home. We speak with the photographer.

A Retrospective on Julia Margaret Cameron, V&A

A Retrospective on Julia Margaret Cameron, V&A

To mark the bicentenary of the birth of Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879), one of the most important and innovative photographers of the 19th century, the V&A is showcasing more than 100 of her photographs from its own collection including original prints.

Irving Penn: Flowers at Hamiltons Gallery, London

Irving Penn: Flowers at Hamiltons Gallery, London

Hamilton’s Gallery, London, is currently showing Irving Penn’s Flowers photographs. The series initiated from an assignment by Vogue USA, and is shown here for the first time in its entirety.

Mat Collishaw, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall

Mat Collishaw, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall

For his largest UK show yet and his first in a UK public gallery for a decade, British artist Mat Collishaw is exhibiting sculpture, photography, film and installation at New Art Gallery Walsall.

Julian Charrière: For They That Sow The Wind at Parasol Unit, London

Julian Charrière: For They That Sow The Wind at Parasol Unit, London

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, London, presents Julian Charrière: For They That Sow the Wind, which will include sculpture, performance, installations, photographs and film.

Paz Errázuriz: Fundación MAPFRE, Madrid

Paz Errázuriz: Fundación MAPFRE, Madrid

Fundación MAPFRE presents the first major retrospective on Paz Errázuriz, one of the most internationally-recognised Chilean photographers. The self-taught photographer started her work in the 1970s, with projects that often involved risky transgressions of the rules imposed by the military regime of that period.

Top 10 Exhibitions in 2015

Top 10 Exhibitions in 2015

As the festive celebrations begin and 2015 comes to a close, we take a look at a year in the world of art and culture: from major retrospectives of the work of renowned innovators to new shows highlighting the progression of creative genres.

Nari Ward, Sun Splashed, Pérez Museum of Art, Miami

Nari Ward, Sun Splashed, Pérez Museum of Art, Miami

This extraordinary display is the largest exhibition of Nari Ward’s found object sculptures and installations to date, including works from the 1990s to today, alongside photography, video, and collage.

Interview with Artist Michael Benson, Otherworlds at The Natural History Museum

Interview: Artist Michael Benson, Otherworlds, The Natural History Museum

Otherworlds: Visions of Our Solar System at The Natural History Museum will demonstrate that the visual legacy of space exploration constitutes a vital chapter in the history of photography.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

This week’s offering promises new perspectives on people, places and things. In Paris, Shen Yuan examines social phenomena in a different light, and in Beijing, Matjaž Tančič showcases a series of 3D portraits from North Korea at Pékin Fine Arts.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

We explore how the past continues to shape and influence the present with a line-up of exhibitions featuring influential work by Sammy Slabbinck, Yoko Ono, Helmut Newton and others.

Michael Wolf, Informal Arrangements, Flowers Gallery, London

Michael Wolf, Informal Arrangements, Flowers Gallery

Photographer Michael Wolf’s latest presentation, Informal Arrangements at Flowers Gallery, London, juxtaposes Hong Kong’s industrial façades with views from within its hidden network of alleys.

Saul Leiter, A Retrospective, The Photographers' Gallery, London

Saul Leiter, A Retrospective, The Photographers' Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective of Saul Leiter’s prolific career. Featuring a carefully curated plethora of over 100 photographs, sketchbooks and ephemera, the show is a suitable celebration for a trailblazer of modern photography.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015

Art Basel heads to the U.S. for its highly popular Miami Beach event, bringing together a total of 267 leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa.

Sculpting Inspiration

Sculpting Inspiration

Nathan Seabrook’s work alternates between social documentary of California residents and depictions of individuals in light-suffused interiors.

Perfect Ambiguity

Perfect Ambiguity

Berlin-based Swedish photographer Emma Hartvig orchestrates carefully arranged and staged scenarios, exploring fragmented narratives.

Bauhaus Redesigned

Bauhaus Redesigned

A survey at the Vitra Design Museum rethinks the iconic Bauhaus School, examining the influence of the past on contemporary design practice.

Historic  Influence

Historic Influence

Theatre, cinema, painting and photography coalesce in French photographer Nicolas Dhervillers’ Hommages series.

Challenging Categorisation

Challenging Categorisation

Having graduated just nine years ago, Dutch designer Iris van Herpen has already achieved the seemingly impossible when it comes to 3D printing.

Tangible Atmosphere

Tangible Atmosphere

Reality machines explores Olafur Eliasson’s career, offering a unique look at an artist who uses nature as a material to create experiences.

Symbiotic Landscape

Symbiotic Landscape

For architect Tom Kundig, design practice is an encounter with context, materials and nature, where structures become a part of their environment.

Chance Encounters

Chance Encounters

Auto-portraiture forms the basis of Kourtney Roy’s exploration of the self, reality, memory and dreams – creating the illusion of a fixed point in time.

Arctic Mythology

Arctic Mythology

Siberia-born Evgenia Arbugaeva explores the Arctic landscapes of her childhood in her most recent photographic series, Weather Man.