Global Exposure

Scott Gray, founder of PHOTOFAIRS and the Sony World Photography organisation expands on his experience within the sector ahead of Future Now.

Societal Portraits

Dana Lixenberg has won the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize. She is known for her work with communities on the margins of society.

SCOPE: Emerging Talent

Celebrating its 11th anniversary in Basel, SCOPE returns to the city in a location situated within walking distance of Art Basel at Messeplatz.

Political Systems

Eunhyung Kim’s Street is part of the Aesthetica Art Prize Longlist. The film is screened at York Art Gallery from 26 May coinciding with Future Now.

Contemporary Visions

During the international festival of photography, Les Rencontres d’Arles, fotofever exhibits 10 artists working in documentary photography.

Addressing Diversity

Ahead of a panel at Future Now on the state of the multicultural world, Laurence Sillars expands on the relevance of diversity in his role at BALTIC.

Gregory Crewdson: Palpable Landscapes

Cathedral of the Pines evokes palpable tension in glacial scenes, transforming the rural town of Becket into a spectral land charged with human emotion.

Honar: Universal Resonance

Honar: The Afkhami Collection of Modern Contemporary Art showcases a vibrant country that is producing a wealth of vital cultural expression.

5 To See: This Weekend

We enter the world of technology 19-21 May. Steina & Woody Vasulka experiment with electronic imaging and Mat Collishaw explores VR.

Concealed Histories

The Unforgetting is an exhibition of photographs and sculpture that explores the textures of personal memory in relation to the experience of trauma.

Photographic Reproduction

Luxembourg & Dayan’s The End of Collage, curated by Yuval Etgar, is a captivating survey highlighting the breadth of collage in the 20th century.

Cubic Poetry

Concrete Poetry: Words and Sounds in Graphic Space focuses on the visual, verbal and sonic experiments of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.

Future Now: While in York

Alongside the inspiring discussions and the chance to network with those shaping today’s art world, is that it takes place in the beautiful and historic city of York.

Environmental Restoration

An-My Lê captures current concerns around war and immigration whilst alluding to the past; The Silent General references Walt Whitman’s Specimen.

Power Structures

Cindy Sherman: Once Upon a Time, 1981 – 2011 at Mnuchin Gallery, New York, features more than two dozen works spanning the breadth of 30 years.

Spacial Fragility

Richard Mosse’s Heat Maps has won the Prix Pictet 2017. The accolade was awarded by Prix Pictet Honorary President, Kofi Annan, at the V&A.

William Klein: Iconic Practice

As part of the 2017 Photo London Commissions, William Klein has been asked to develop a new 18-metre mural for the space.

Cultural Investigation

Art can connect people from a variety of cultures, backgrounds and socio-economic situations. This is called upon as one of the topics at Future Now 2017.

New Discoveries

Now in its third year, Photo London has become a powerhouse for international galleries to showcase the revolution of an ever-expanding medium.

Disseminating Practices

Ahead of a panel on the future of photography at the upcoming Symposium, Thomas Dukes expands on the concept of visual arts in the digital landscape.