Environmental Awareness

Higher Ground by Carl De Keyzer imagines a reality in which communities are forced to relocate to the mountains due to rising sea levels.

Beyond the Surface

Ward Roberts draws upon the effects of loneliness and isolation in today’s world. His Flotsam series builds upon repetition, acclimatisation and reverie.

Forgotten Utopia

David Hartt’s In The Forest investigates the legacy of modernist architecture and its utopian ideals through the lens of Habitat Puerto Rico.

Resonant Installation

Judy Chicago’s highly immersive, visually mesmerising works continue to make a resonant statement about the experiences of women.

Responsive Documentation

The Castle, a new body of work by Richard Mosse, reveals the ongoing refugee and migration crisis in the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.

Mythic Encounters

The result of 11 years spent travelling along the iconic 2,600 mile Route 66, photographs by Edward Keating investigate the American Dream.

A Revealing Journey

Ghosts Don’t Walk in Straight Lines – a project by Saskia de Brauw and Vincent van de Wijngaard – takes a reflective trip across Manhattan. 

5 to See: This Weekend

From Las Vegas to the Caspian Sea, these exhibitions move past categorisation to respond to urban, natural and constructed spaces.

Timeless Landscapes

Taking a conceptual and abstracted approach that pushes beyond narrative, Axel Hütte captures ethereal images of natural environments.

An Expansive Oeuvre

An exhibition of works by Tony Vaccaro demonstrates an extraordinary diversity, highlighting images from throughout his career.

Dynamic Observations

Chronicling New York’s street life during the mid-20th century, Helen Levitt’s body of work offers an honest and dynamic portrait of life. 

RCA Secret: Promoting Creativity

Royal College of Art’s annual fundraising show returns, offering viewers the opportunity to own artwork by a variety of renowned practitioners.

Visionary Installation

A documentary exhibition at Pérez Art Museum Miami marks the 35th anniversary of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s site-specific Surrounded Islands.

Changing Landscapes

Thoughtful, bold and humorous, Robert Blomfield: Edinburgh Street Photography offers an insight into a rapidly changing city and culture.

Stylistic Restaging

Fine art photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten returns with Old Father Thames, a series inspired by the river and its historical significance.

Visual Activism

Demonstrating the power of self-portraiture, Fotomuseum, Antwerp, engages with timely issues of politics, race, gender and identity.

Poetic Quotidian

Toujour Paris at Peter Fetterman Gallery, Santa Monica, explores the city through the lens of renowned French humanist photographers.

Commercial Iconography

Photographs by Denise Scott Brown look to the Pop Art movement as a lens through which to understand the American vernacular.

An Abstracted Vision

Developing a new visual language, Bill Brandt used a wide-angle lens to craft unique compositions from bold new perspectives. 

Urban Cinematics

Cross Road Blues by photographer Oli Kellett captures urban intersections across the US, offering unique perspectives on lived experience.