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

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

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

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

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

Intuitive Symbolism

Maia Flore weaves her way through metaphorical landscapes in the series Situations, as an apparition in red

Impromptu Documentary

The primary objective of photographer Ari Gabel is to document the vanishing faces and stories of anonymous individuals across America.

Interview with Photographer David Hurn, Magnum Photos

Magnum Print Room’s current show on iconic photographer David Hurn focuses on his work from the 1960s. The exhibition will reflect the range of Hurn’s diverse output in just one decade.

Bruno Boudjelal, Frantz Fanon, Autograph ABP

French photographer Bruno Boudjelal explores the intricate links between personal identity, national identity and cultural memory. In his latest series, Boudjelal reflects upon the life of Martinique born French-Algerian philosopher, Frantz Fanon.

Hannah Starkey, Maureen Paley, London

Practising within the realm of photographic portraiture and the representation of women for over 20 years, Hannah Starkey’s recent work focuses on the individual positioned within the urban environment.

SCOPE Miami Beach 2015

Attracting over 45,000 visitors each year, SCOPE Miami caters for seasoned tastemakers looking for the latest innovations in contemporary art. This year’s 15th anniversary edition will welcome 120 exhibitors from 22 countries and 57 cities.

Review of Moises Saman: Discordia at The Arts Club

Since 2011, Moises Saman has been chronicling revolutionary upheavals in the Middle East in a photographic series entitled Discordia: The Arab Spring, now on show at The Arts Club, London.

Adel Quraishi, The Guardians, Leighton House Museum

We interview photographer Adel Quraishi about his portraits of the eight remaining Guardians of the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, on show at Leighton House Museum, London until 29 November.

Review: William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, Monash Art Gallery, Victoria

Established in 2006 to promote excellence in photography, the annual William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize has become Australia’s most coveted photography prize.

Anne Collier, Art Gallery of Ontario

This solo exhibition of 40 large scale works by acclaimed photographer, Anne Collier, questions how photography and media images seduce us and therefore affect our perception.

Syd Shelton, Rock Against Racism, Autograph ABP, London

From 1976 – 1981 a movement organised by musicians and political activists, Rock Against Racism, set about fighting racism through music – initiating performances from reggae and punk artists under the slogan Love Music, Hate Racism.

fotofever paris

On 13 November the Carrousel du Louvre will welcome the fourth edition of fotofever paris, a dynamic meeting-point for today’s contemporary photography scene. Founded in 2011, fotofever brings artists and collectors together.

Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige at HOME, Manchester

Beirut-based visual artists Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige map out a genealogy of e-mail scams through film and installation in the latest exhibition taking place at Manchester’s HOME.

Foire International d’Art Contemporaine, Paris

The 42nd Foire International d’Art Contemporaine (FIAC) opens its doors to visitors in Paris this October. Unveiling a fresh, new programme for 2015 at its preview yesterday, the fair is now open to the public until the end of the week.

Review: Frieze London 2015

The multi-sensory and new unfolded over four days in Regent’s Park during Frieze Art Fair. Now in its 13th year, the fair has evolved with its expansion, integrating innovation as it progresses with its prizes, programming, and projects.