Review of Pronoia: Paranoia In reverse, Curated by Sophie Nibbs

Pronoia: Paranoia In reverse

Pronoia: Paranoia In reverse, an exhibition curated by Sophie Nibbs, provoked the audience to consider the pressure to constantly pursue happiness.

Edmund Clark: The Mountains of Majeed, Flowers Gallery, London

Edmund Clark: Mountains of Majeed, Flowers Gallery

Edmund Clark’s work has always explored politics on a domestic scale, through photography, found imagery and text. The Mountains of Majeed, is currently on display at Flowers Gallery, London.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

The Royal Academy of Arts has brought together works by Ruben, Picasso and Van Dyck to show visitors the legacy of portraiture, and the BALTIC celebrates the life and work of Jason Rhoades.

Art Fair Tokyo, 20 - 22 March, 2015

Art Fair Tokyo, March 2015

Art Fair Tokyo returns this spring. The event enters into its 10th year and to celebrate this milestone event designer Masayoshi Kodaira has produced a selection of visuals for the 2015 fair.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

From Florence Henri’s role in the 20th century disciplines of photography to Stephen McKenna’s response to his travels in modern Europe, we see a range of personal and technical development.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 Longlist: Carolina Redondo

AAP 2015: Carolina Redondo

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world. This year’s longlist includes Chilean artist Carolina Redondo.

Guy Bourdin: Walking Legs, Michael Hoppen Gallery, London

Guy Bourdin: Walking Legs

Walking Legs, is one of Parisian photographer Guy Bourdin’s most loved campaign series. The popular commission is on display at Michael Hoppen Gallery.

Review of Sky Academy Arts Scholarships Showcase Event

Review of Sky Academy Arts Scholarships Showcase Event

Since 2011 Sky Academy Arts Scholarships have supported artists under 30 annually with a £30,000 bursary. Last year’s Scholars include artist James Lomax and dancer Eleesha Drennan.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Belgian designer Dries van Noten invites visitors to explore his creative inspirations at the MoMu in Antwerp. Meanwhile, the work of Georges Noël is on display at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris.

Victoria Miro, Art Basel Hong Kong

Victoria Miro, Art Basel HK

Victoria Miro will be showcasing a selection of international artists at Art Basel Hong Kong. The Hong Kong edition features a variety of galleries from Asia, Asia-Pacific and the rest of the world.

The Tell-Tale Heart, Chi Art Space, Hong Kong

The Tell-Tale Heart, Chi Art Space, Hong Kong

The Tell-Tale Heart, a group exhibition curated by Pilar Corrias (London), Leo Xu Projects (Shanghai) and K11 Art Foundation, will open on 13 March to coincide with Art Basel’s Hong Kong fair.

FORMAT15: EVIDENCE, Derby

FORMAT15: EVIDENCE

The FORMAT biennale, one of the UK’s leading international contemporary festivals of photography, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and will bring together top contemporary photography.

Review of History Is Now: 7 Artists Take On Britain, Hayward Gallery, London

History Is Now: 7 Artists Take On Britain, Hayward Gallery

Hayward Gallery has put on a brave set of displays curated by seven artists, who each look at elements of British history from 1945 to the present day. The central part of the exhibition is deeply political.

Adam Magyar: Kontinuum, Julie Saul Gallery, New York

Adam Magyar: Kontinuum, Julie Saul Gallery, New York

Experimental video and still photography artist, Adam Magyar is now showing for the first time outside of Europe and Asia, with various works including new prints from the artist’s Urban Flow series.

Ricardo Brey: Fuel To The Fire, Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp

Ricardo Brey: Fuel To The Fire, Museum of Art, Antwerp

This exhibition bridges the gap between the two figures Ricardo Brey sees within himself: the historical artist working at a critical time in Cuban art; and the artist who lives and works in Flanders.

Review of Trove, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin

Review: Trove, IMMA, Dublin

Like lines of lineage and age on the trunk of a felled tree, Trove marks boundaries in landscape and history from the eastern tip of the island as it faces Europe to the west looking outward to America.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

This weekend’s 5 To See reflects on photography. Tate St Ives presents its largest display of the art form, whilst Iveta Vaivode connects with her family home on a personal journey at CAM Houston.

International Kontinent Photography Awards Open for Entries

Kontinent Photography Awards

The Kontinent Photography Awards are now open for entries. The competition provides global recognition and new opportunities for artists.

Review of Guy Bourdin: Image Maker, Somerset House

Review: Guy Bourdin, Image Maker, Somerset House

From the glossy veneer of the pages of Vogue to the polished presentation of fine art, Alistair O’Neill and Shelly Verthime galvanise the work of Guy Bourdin within the galleries of Somerset House.

Barbara Kruger: Early Works, Skarstedt London

Barbara Kruger: Early Works, Skarstedt London

Presenting large-scale works from the 1980s, this exhibition surveys the beginning stages of influential American artist Barbara Kruger. Her black and white images are overlaid with bold captions.

Encounters, Art Basel, Hong Kong

Encounters, Art Basel

A sector of Art Basel’s Hong Kong show, this year’s edition of Encounters will present 20 large-scale projects by artists from a wide selection of countries including Indonesia, Germany and the U.S.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See: Mark Klett constructs a conversation with the writing of Raphael Pumpelly by traversing the same stretch of desert, and the artists at Saatchi Gallery examine the amazing power of Pop Art.

Andi Schmied and Sofia Valiente: Jing Jin City and Miracle Village, Daniel Blau, London

Andi Schmied and Sofia Valiente: Jing Jin City and Miracle Village

Schmied and Valiente are photographers whose focus has consistently been the social space. Both artists spend time living in the locations that they photograph, yet their approaches are very different.

Iris Della Roca, The Little Black Gallery, London

Iris Della Roca, The Little Black Gallery, London

The first major UK solo show of French photographer, Iris Della Roca, comprises a selection of prints taken throughout her six-year transatlantic series, which sees children born into poverty transform their lives through the lens of the camera.

Review of India Art Fair, 29 January - 1 February

Review of India Art Fair

Unlike many juried art fairs in the West led by a committee that evaluates the quality of work being displayed, the India Art Fair has been indiscriminately open to galleries across the globe.

The Other Art Fair 2015

The Other Art Fair 2015

Now in its eighth edition, the UK’s leading artist fair, The Other Art Fair, opens on 23 April at its new location in Bloomsbury, London.

Ken Schles: Night Walk/Invisible City, 1983-1989, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Ken Schles: Night Walk/Invisible City, 1983-1989, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Ken Schles has been making photographic books for over a quarter of a century. Now, his portrayal of his own home shows in 40 black and white photographs a gritty and penetrating view of 1980s New York.

Review of Drawn by Light, Media Space, The Science Museum, London

Review of Drawn by Light, Media Space, The Science Museum, London

Drawn By Light at the Science Museum’s Media Centre, London, showcases the extraordinary breadth of the Royal Photography Society’s collections, both historical and contemporary.

Human Nature, Flowers Gallery, London

Human Nature, Flowers Gallery, London

Three photographers, Nadav Kander, Boomon and Mona Kuhn, explore a complex and personal relationship between mankind and the landscape, reflecting upon our connection with, and impact on, the surrounding environment.

Chu Enoki: Enoki Chu, White Rainbow, London

Chu Enoki: Enoki Chu, White Rainbow, London

For his first solo show in Europe, seminal post-war Japanese artist Chu Enoki presents his pioneering performance pieces of the 1970s, photographic works, exquisite, previously…

Fashion Abstraction

Fashion Abstraction

Viviane Sassen’s vibrant colours combine with abstract shapes and contorted lighting to create a surreal landscape where down is up, bodies turn green and nothing is quite what it seems. Born in Amsterdam, Sassen spent seven years studying fine art, photography and fashion design.

Geometric Architecture

Geometric Architecture

Matthias Heiderich explores urban environments, finding surprising angles and colours within cityscapes. His shots are framed in a distinct way, focusing on corners, sides and small sections of buildings. Consequently, he does not just record what he sees; rather he transforms the ordinary into dream-like spaces that suggest a futuristic universe.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Our 5 to See this Weekend provides plenty of opportunities to interact with the artists, whether it’s discovering the quiet life of photographer Vivian Maier…

Anna Parkina, Contemporary Life & Avant-Garde Russian Art in Aesthetica Magazine

Anna Parkina, Contemporary Life & Avant-Garde Russian Art in Aesthetica Magazine

Anna Parkina’s work defies categorisation; appropriating the human ephemera of modern day culture and society, she creates works that reflect the human experience and environment. A Russian contemporary artist who grew…

We Could Be Heroes, The Photographers' Gallery, London

We Could Be Heroes, The Photographers' Gallery, London

In 20 bittersweet photographs taken over the last century from master photographers, this exhibition explores youth culture and the various rites of passage towards adulthood…

Realism in Rawiya: Photographic Stories from the Middle East, Impressions Gallery, Bradford

Realism in Rawiya: Photographic Stories from the Middle East, Impressions Gallery, Bradford

Six female photographers Myriam Abdelaziz, Tamara Abdul Hadi, Laura Boushnak, Tanya Habjouqa, Dalia Khamissy and Newsha Tavakolian comprise Rawiya, the first all-female collective to emerge…

Interview with Christopher Wilmot-Sitwell on Art Fund and cazenove+loyd's Inspired Journeys

Interview with Christopher Wilmot-Sitwell on Art Fund and cazenove+loyd's Inspired Journeys

The Art Fund has teamed up with one of the most respected names in the travel industry, cazenove+loyd, to offer audiences insightful and luxurious art…

Simon Norfolk: Stratographs, Benrubi Gallery, New York

Simon Norfolk: Stratographs, Benrubi Gallery, New York

Two series of long-exposure photographs document the impress of days, months, and years on the surface of the planet, one capturing the heat and ice…

Rights of Nature: Art and Ecology in the Americas, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham

Rights of Nature: Art and Ecology in the Americas

In Nottingham Contemporary‘s latest exhibition, 20 international artists reflect upon the ecological, economic, political, and cultural crises of our modern world, opening up topics such…

Alec Soth: Songbook, Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

Alec Soth: Songbook, Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco

With 20 new and never-before-seen photographs Alex Soth moves away from the haunting and influential portraits and landscapes that he has become known for, and…