Human Intervention

John Akomfrah’s environmentally conscious video installation, Purple, offers meaningful dialogues about climate change.

Imaginative Journeys

Each individual frame crafted by Christian Tagliavini – an artist known for a precise approach – tells a complex narrative.

Structural Reinventions

In order to move forward, it is often important to look back. MIA Photo Fair celebrates the history of the medium whilst introducing new methods.

Groundbreaking Objects

Foregrounding innovative approaches, Dorotheum’s Design First auction tracks creative history, offering a unique curation of works.

Sensitive Perceptions

Works by Sali Muller, an artist longlisted for the 2016 Aesthetica Art Prize, are currently on display at two simultaneous exhibitions.

Immaterial Environments

Hans Kotter’s Luminous Infinity at Galerie Michaela Stock comprises a range of the artist’s light installations and kinetic objects.

Bold Combinations

A new exhibition foregrounds William Klein’s unique combination of abstraction and fashion, playfully incorporating light and haute couture.

Ecological Concerns

Author Caroline Till chairs a talk at Design Museum, London, bringing together some of the leading thinkers in sustainable making.

Unparalleled Horizons

The 2018 Sony World Photography Awards shortlist reflects the increasing accessibility of the medium, offering diverse perspectives.

Multi-dimensional Engagement

Yayoi Kusama is intensely interested in repetition. The iconic Infinity Mirrors transform this notion into an immersive experience

Photographic Visionaries

Aesthetica Art Prize artists are featured on the short and commended lists for the Sony World Photography Awards.

Environmental Nuances

In a new exhibition at SK Stiftung Kultur der Sparkasse KölnBonn, three artists from Germany, the UK and Italy document shared landscapes.

Interpretative Structures

 A Slight Shift, explores the landscape as a medium, occupying the intersection between land art, photography and minimalist sculpture.

Complex Histories

David Goldblatt tracks the story of his native country and its inhabitants through a politically-engaged documentary approach.

The Beauty of Incidence

MAST Foundation presents the work of four artists that reflect the rapid transformations taking place in today’s global economy.

Interrogating Reality

In an uncertain era defined by political, environmental and social tragedies, creative practitioners attempt to articulate the world.

Formal Progression

Work by Aesthetica Art Prize artist William Braithwaite is showcased as part of the Royal Scottish Academy’s tenth New Contemporaries .

New Artists: February 2018

The world around us – with its various colours, topographies and shapes – is an endless source of idea generation for this month’s picks.

Structural Engagement

Sigrid Neubert is one the best-known architecture photographers in Germany. Museum für Fotografie is now devoted to the artist’s complete oeuvre.

The Photography Show: New Horizons

This year’s Photography Show brings together industry experts and renowned artists, presenting masterclasses for professionals and amateurs alike.

Revealing Inquiries

Mathieu Asselin’s Monsanto: A Photographic Investigation brings together five years of research into the biotechnology corporation.

Redefining Photography

Foam Talent brings together emerging artists, revealing contemporary innovations and providing a platform for shared concerns.

Material Presence

In order to portray the relationship between images and architecture, Dutch artist Bas Princen visits cities around the world.

Functional Engineering

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

Colour and Structure

Luigi Ghirri’s pioneering modern colour photography captures the interaction between human beings and the natural environment.

Mesmerising Constructions

An exhibition at Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, foregrounds six major works by video artist David Claerbout.

Pictorial Mediation

Stan Douglas investigates the relationship between technology and visual culture, unearthing the tensions in images and reality.

5 to See: This Weekend

Shows opening 24-25 February explore how personal and geographical backgrounds contribute to an understanding of individuality.

Materials of the Future

As one of the most prevalent creatives in Montreal’s design scene, Ying Gao’s conceptual fashion pieces render the body a carrier for intelligent construction.

Restorative Compositions

Highlighting the unpredictability and power of nature, Kopeikin Gallery presents Kevin Cooley’s latest photographic examination: Still Burning.

Transcendent Snapshots

Robert Buck/Beck’s staged Kodak Instant photographs chronicle moments from the artist’s creative life, pointing towards a larger narrative.

Futuristic Endeavour

Dionisio González’s series offer answers to social problems whilst exploring the intersection between nature and urban spaces.

Creative Disciplines

In an era were the position of the creative sector is challenged by politics, Zealous introduces a new platform to champion artistic innovation.

Expanded Perspectives

Launching in February 2019, Frieze Art Fair’s new Los Angeles edition will take place annually at the historic Paramount Studios

Video Profile: Dave Weindorf

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

Evocative Territories

A new collaborative project between FUJIFILM and Magnum Photos investigates the global sentiment of home.

Spatial Qualities

An exhibition foregrounds work by a series of photographers who engage both poetically and visually with notions of reality and space.

Urban Symmetry

A focus on light, colour and composition defines pioneering colour photographer Harry Gruyaert’s oeuvre.

Rapturous Installations

From March, a more intimate retrospective of Yayoi Kusama, 2014’s most popular artist, is on show at Omer Tiroche Gallery, London.

Social Reimagining

New Museum’s 2018 Triennial, Songs for Sabotage, investigates the constructed networks that define the landscape.

Investigative Panoramas

Thomas Schüpping’s panoramic landscapes offer dialogues between civilisations and the environment, investigating human impact.

The Immediacy of Form

The post-industrial landscape of northern England forms the inspiration for Theo Simpson’s innovative blend of photography, sculpture and installation.

Audiovisual Energy

An exhibition of contemporary photography from Africa and the diaspora highlights creative and cultural diversity.

Chronicling Societies

A new volume from Hatje Cantz brings together visual essays exploring the cultural and social landscape of Berlin.

Sublime Topographies

Maroesjka Lavigne records remote corners of the earth, capturing the beauty of desolate landscapes. Her work is at PHOTOFAIRS San Francisco.

Developing Practice

The Jerwood Visual Arts Photoworks Awards exhibition showcases work from emerging practitioners, including Sam Laughlin.

Reinventing Iconography

The Diner is a celebration of a uniquely American design trope, evoking the mythology of the great US road trip whilst providing a functional space.

Forgotten Narratives

Surrounded by a tumultuous climate, Turkish-born photographer Fatma Bucak channels her Kurdish history through an exhibition at Fondazione Merz.

Sounding Survival

During the final weekend of New Orleans’ triennial, Prospect 4 will be answered by an unsettling echo from across the Mississippi from Kara Walker.

Pioneering Minimalism

In a fast-paced world, time is valuable. In answer to this, Design Shanghai foregrounds simple and innovative solutions.