Next Generation 2017: Archival Narratives

Raquel Carrolopez looks towards themes of isolation, individualism and society, blending archival photographs and personal objects.

Social Manoeuvres

Although it’s often forgotten when politically expedient, the story of humankind is a story of migrations. Reflecting a proliferation in these tales over recent years…

5 to See: This Weekend

15-17 September. The selection for this week holds contemporariness at its core; from innovation and design solutions, to new paths of individuality.

Next Generation 2017: Altered Landscapes

Rafaela Fahn Schoffman is a London-based  photographer who re-assesses the memory of landscapes through changed perspectives.

Urban Living

Aperture’s touring exhibition, Tiny: Streetwise Revisited, provides a moving education about one of the more complex sides of American life.

Questions of Identity

Carolina Arantes’ ongoing project, First Generation, has won the 2017 Firecracker Photographic Grant, an initiative to support women photographers.

Balancing Materiality

Ellie Davies, Shortlisted Artist from the Aesthetica Art Prize,has been awarded at the 2017 Magnum Photography Awards.

Building Cultural Milieu

Swab Barcelona brings together galleries from around the world to showcase young, emerging talent in contemporary art.

Colour Intervention

For her first institutional solo exhibition in London, Katharina Grosse creates a new work painted in situ at the South London Gallery. From 28 September.

Revolutionary Curation

Frieze Masters returns this October for its sixth edition, featuring highlights from the last 6,000 years of art history through more than 130 dealers.

Transformative Topographies

Liza Dracup utilises the Yorkshire landscape as the locus of her practice. A new show at Impressions Gallery offers a series of nocturnal portraits.

Technological Identities

Amidst the information maelstrom, MoMA looks back in time to the computer age, when technical thinking began to guide the hands of artists.

Magnum: Enduring Forms

In Our Time at the Magnum Print Room, London, is a testament to the work, resonance and continued relevance of the agency over the past 70 years.

Disparate Narratives

The fourth edition of Haus der Kunst’s Capsule programme sees artist Polina Kanis expand on a practice consisting mainly of single-channel videos.

Industrial Nostalgia

Bernd and Hilla Becher systematically documented the soon-to-be-forgotten architectural forms of industry. Sprüth Magers reflects on this inventory.

Next Generation 2017: Reformed Archetypes

Olivia Lynch’s photography explores cyclical natures in relationships and traditional portrayals of female psychosis through rose-tinted images.

Identity Tropes

Stedelijk Amsterdam mounts a series of shows this year and next that explore different aspects of the theme migration.

Frieze: Global Footprints

The 15th edition of Frieze London takes place next month, an event with more than 160 galleries that showcases the ambitious visions of contemporaries.

Momentary Lives

Only the Lonely offers a comprehensive survey of William Gedney’s documentary and street work, including his acclaimed series of rural Kentucky.

5 To See: This Weekend

8-10 September. Delving into shows that reflect upon creative methods as multi-disciplinary, reactive and revolutionary in their own times.