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Next Generation 2017: Geological Territories

Cameron Williamson plays with proximity to allow for an orientation and subsequent image territory to form out of a spatial inquiry.

British Portraits

Hull’s moment in the international spotlight as UK City of Culture 2017 offers a chance to reconsider the city as it is at this instant in time.

Intwined Mementos

Hatje Cantz publishes the first retrospective of the Japanese installation artist, Chiharu Shiota. Everyday objects characterise the artist’s pictorial language.

Next Generation 2017: Human Introspection

Chiara Bellamoli is a fine art and commercial photographer based in London who provides a fine-tuned representation of contemporary culture.

Rhythmical Architecture

Liam Leslie’s imagery captures the MAXXI building as art rather than architecture. Concrete becomes abstract, while earthly becomes ethereal in his prints.

Transparent Design

British lighting brand Tala launches three product ranges at designjunction. Joe Armitage, Design Director, speaks about his relationship with design.

Political Matters

Danny Lyon’s documentation of the civil rights movement, and its countless gatherings, arrests, and funerals, is the focus of C/O Berlin’s autumn show.

Visual Commentaries

Following the success of Photo Vogue festival in 2016, this November sees the only international event devoted solely to fashion and photography.

Natural Inclinations

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, unveils a new series of works by Wolfgang Laib. Six Brahmanda (egg-like forms) are displayed in the centre of the main space.

Artes Mundi: Global Viewpoints

National Museum Cardiff plays host to the eighth instalment of the Artes Mundi prize, due to be awarded in January 2019.

Brutalist Survey

Finding Brutalism at Museum im Bellpark, Kriens, provides an in-depth photographic survey of this influential Post-War architecture.

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.

Revived Traditions

Design Museum takes part in the 15th edition of London Design Festival which celebrates and promotes the city as the design capital of the world.

Material Evidence

Lisa Oppenheim reexamines the history of textile production through the lens of labour and physicality as a combined narrative.

MOMENTA: Disseminating Identities

Le Mois de la Photo à Montreal has renamed itself MOMENTA, a change which signals a refinement of the organisation as it unveils its 15th theme,

Representative Measures

Edmund Clark’s In place of Hate is the product of a residency between Ikon and Europe’s only wholly therapeutic prison environment, HMP Grendon.

Everyday Nuances

Artist Guido Guidi captures subtle changes of light, colour and form; transitory moments are fixed in time by the apt use of photographic apparatus.

The Residency: Bold Fluidity

Fact Not Fiction Films’ fourth artist, David Schroeter, demonstrates free-flowing lines. See the work at Herrick Gallery, London, from 26 September.

Evocative Wanderlust

Beetles+Huxley, London, are hosting the first ever London exhibition of Alec Soth’s Sleeping by the Mississippi, coinciding with a re-print from MACK.

Emotive Interpretations

In her abstract paintings, Ruba Badwan explores deeply-held emotions. We speak to the Abu Dhabi-born artist about her work.

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