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Balancing Representation

As part of Photo London 2018 at Somerset House, Huxley-Parlour, London, celebrates the work of females behind the lens.

Rural Reinterpretations

We speak with the UK-based multidisciplinary artist Harry Bunce about the British countryside, his latest work and looking forward to the rest of 2018.

Significant Contributions

National Museum Cardiff’s Women in Focus explores the vital contribution of female practitioners to photography,

New Artists: April 2018

A selection of artists translate both manmade and natural environments through an idealistic and retrospective lens, building upon everyday forms.

Moments of Transition

What does it mean to be in suspense? A collective show from Le Bal, Paris, offers a thoughtful and provoking take on the matter.

Redressing the Balance

The arts industry, like any other, still carries a certain amount of imbalance. Ahead of Future Now, Amira Gad, Serpentine Gallery, looks directly at the issue.

Emotional Theatricality

Encompassing 40 photographs, Silver Lake Drive is a major new exhibition that marks the first mid-career survey of Alex Prager at The Photographers’ Gallery.

Redressing Physicality

Adelaide Damoah’s practice involves using her body as a “living paintbrush” to paint or print onto various surfaces. Damoah discusses her series.

Reimagining Convention

A collaboration between MVRDV and Bvlgari at Milan Design Week challenges the rules of design by offering a 360 degree experience.

Experimental Methodologies

Jane Gottlieb’s latest solo show is at the Art, Design & Architecture Museum at the University of California, Santa Barbara, until 29 April. We speak with her about the exhibition.

Celebrating Tradition

Evora Africa is a celebration of African heritage, offering fresh perspectives on the modern world and the experiences of young people.

Future Greats

The 2018 Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition explores the effects of over-consumption, media stimulation and emotional disconnection in today’s world.

Ethereal Inspirations

Swedish artist Marie Åkerlund’s subtle works revolve around the fragile, ethereal and essential notion of inspiration. We speak with her to find out more.

Rendered Memories

Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC, offers an incredibly idiosyncratic installation – a trip down Do Ho Suh’s memory lane.

Video Profile: Dongeun Lee

In her series Who in the www am I? Lee explores questions of identity in the digital era, through a character called Alice.

Video Profile: Charlotte Pann

Vienna-based artist Charlotte Pann focuses on the phenomenon of relation as a base for and as a result of spatial constellation.

Functional Engineering

By capturing the industrial forms that punctuated the landscape of the 1960s, Bernd and Hilla Becher created a new visual language.

Video Profile: Dave Weindorf

Blending the past with contemporary contexts, Dave Weindorf’s work offers a sense of conceptual and compositional movement.

Layered Surrealism

Paul Biddle is an award-winning surrealist photographer who often makes use of found objects, or photographs of objects from museums.

Video Profile: Linda Kosciewicz

Linda Kosciewicz’s work explores female identity, emotion and transience through constructed worlds, self-representation and performance.

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