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New Dimensions

A new exhibition of works by Viviane Sassen at the Hepworth Wakefield offers fragmented compositions and hyperreal landscapes.

Documenting Reality

Between 1976-1991, documentary photographer Tish Murtha recorded the lives of communities in the North East of England.

A Multimedia Investigation

An exhibition of work by Yto Barrada at Pace/MacGill Gallery features a photographic project created in the artist’s hometown, Tangier.

Global Movements

A series of photographs by Andrew Jackson explores the identities of migrants from Jamaica, investigating ideas of memory and family.

Illuminating the Everyday

Harry Gruyaert was one of the first European photographers to embrace the potential of colour. His iconic work is on show at Fotomuseum Antwerp.

Responsive Image-Making

Fotografie Forum Frankfurt highlights photographers working at the forefront of environmental awareness.

Cultural Reflections

Lee Miller and Surrealism at The Hepworth, Wakefield, is the first exhibition to track the photographer’s engagement with the movement.

5 to See: This Weekend

Key fairs, awards and solo shows running 21-22 April celebrate the diversity of human experience through innovative practice.

Enigmatic Landscapes

The cinematic images of photographer Todd Hido are both compelling and melancholy, drawing upon memories of vanished suburban neighbourhoods.

Documenting the Present

The World Photography Organisation announce the overall winners of the Sony World Photography Awards 2018.

Staging Iconography

Anja Niemi returns with an uncanny series that lookg at the iconic image of the cowboy, a symbol largely drawn from the myths of wild west movies.

Connective Practice

French-Moroccan artist Bouchra Khalili creates films, photographs, video installations and prints that explore migration and displacement.

Ecological Influence

A show investigates the relationship between biological and architectural forms, drawing comparisons that link nature and technology.

An Influential Journey

Photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten’s most recent body of work is inspired by the River Thames and its historical significance.

Distinctive Craftsmanship

Launching as part of Milan Design Week, BEEM, a new collection of LED lamps looks to the future through an engagement with notions of form.

A Global Transition

Set against the backdrop of a changing cultural landscape, Ffotogallery retraces 40 years of history by delving into the archives.

Cultural Exploration

A new piece by artist and filmmaker Kahlil Joseph, Fly Paper, opens The Stores’ new exhibition studios in Berlin.

The Power of Moving Image

Ahead of a panel discussion at Future Now, Jasmina Cibic explores how artists’ film is establishing itself as a standalone genre that reflects social attitudes.

Pivotal Moments

Solar Gate, a new 10-metre high sundial, uses solar alignment to mark significant times in Hull’s cultural history.

Constructed Vision

Blurring the lines between artificiality and reality, Noémie Goudal combines sublime natural landscapes with staged interventions.