Aaron Feaver’s infectious oeuvre snapshots youth with optimism and compositional air. Bold, indulgent palettes reflect the lifestyles within the frames.
Celebrating Indigenous Female Art
Who’s Afraid of Colour? at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, brings together over 200 creations from 118 indigenous Australian women.
Chronophotography was first explored in the 19th century, using sequences of images to investigate ideas of space, time, movement and duration.
A group show of emerging artists opens at Pioneer Works, New York, showcasing 10 Canadian and American practitioners who are forging new approaches to the photographic form.
William Klein + Daido Moriyama
Klein + Moriyama examines the importance of the urban environment for two of post-war photography’s most compelling and elusive figures.
A Question of Colour
Henri Cartier-Bresson worked by the ethos of “the decisive moment”, whereby he aimed to seize something the very moment it happened.