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Responsive Simulation

 John Gerrard’s Solar Reserve recreates  a solar thermal power plant in Nevada through new media, looking to the future of energy.

Delicate Landscapes

Turin-born Alberto Selvestrel creates indefinite landscapes that stretch into large, open expanses filled with natural contrasts and sweeping spaces.

Colour Revolution

Thames & Hudson release All About Saul Leiter, a collection exploring the artist’s entire career, from fashion photography to urban documentation.

Poetic Techniques

Meng Zhou’s artistic projects draw on analogies of Chinese cultural history and myth. We speak with him to find out more about his past and current work.

Sensory Arenas

Offering seven immersive installations, the new teamLab Planets Tokyo is an imaginative sensory playground.

Cultural Diversity

By documenting the cultural landscape of London’s East End in the 1970s, David Hoffman’s images highlight the socially diverse nature of the region.

5 to See: This Weekend

This weekend’s round-up reinvents the built environment through virtual simulations, photography and sculpture.

Spatial Expansion

James Turrell’s works create an illusion of structure through projected light, challenging the limits of perception.

Addressing Diaspora

Signs of Empire, New Museum, New York, shines a light on John Akomfrah’s exploration of the global black diaspora through moving-image installations.

Uncanny Encounters

Evelyn Bencicova interprets contemporary life through an existential yet highly curated approach to visual art and photography.

Responsive Construction

Offering unique solutions to social housing, ELEMENTAL studio create sustainable residential areas through social engagement.

Traversing Mythologies

A show at Center for Creative Photography, Arizona, taps into the mythos of the American Dream through a selection of key artists.

Eclectic Approaches

From portraiture to landscape, fine art to architecture, Robin Rice Gallery’s Summer Salon 2018 offers a diverse range of approaches.

Chronicles of Modernity

A collection of images by Mama Casset and an unknown photographer offer new perspectives on 20th century Senegal.

Expressive Construction

As the pace of life quickens, structures are required to become more adaptable. Zaha Hadid Architects’ latest project offers a solution.

A Distinctive Landscape

Steve Fitch’s collection, entitled Vanishing Vernacular, captures the distinctive roadsides of Western America.

Rural Escapism

The Hepworth examines the intermediate points between urban and rural; a series of photographers convey Britain’s desire to preserve the natural world.

Industrial Topographies

By capturing impact of human intervention in the natural landscape, Edward Burtynsky reveals the effects of industrialisation.

Vibrant Cities

Positioning city architecture as a locus for social interaction, Fred Herzog’s bright images focus on public spaces and crowds of people.

5 Photobooks to Read This Summer

A selection of this season’s must-read publications respond to key contemporary themes of post-truth, media culture, race and gender.