Unassuming Observations

Well known for his neutral, objective and almost indifferent images, Stephen Shore (b. 1947) broke the mould when he made his photographic debut in the 1960s.

Evolution of Fashion

A new exhibition traces the latest developments in the world of fashion, its international influences and its increasingly comfortable relationship with the institutions of fine art.

Imitating the Natural World

A new exhibition of works by the artist Lee Boroson at MASS MoCA explores human representations of the natural world through large-scale installations.

Vibrant Shadows

Interested in public and urban spaces, French photographer Franck Bohbot (b. 1980) unpicks the connection between individuals and the spaces they inhabit.

Digital Realities

A new group exhibition explores the dilemmas, consequences and realities of London in the digital age through an array of multi-disciplinary works.

Mysteries Intensified

New York-based artist Richard Tuschman (b. 1956) shoots delicate photographs in which familiar reality collides with a dreamlike and nostalgic aesthetic.

Expanding Environments

Olafur Eliasson’s immersive installation, Riverbed, takes over the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art for the museum’s first solo exhibition of his work.

Surviving War and Conflict

Yann Demange’s debut feature film ’71 explores the universal anguish of war and civil conflict through its central character: a disorientated British soldier.

Ciara Phillips

Ciara Phillips uses multifaceted techniques to interact with other artists, designers and local community groups.

Scandinavian Choreography

The wild beauty of the Nordic landscape is brought to life in Sadler’s Wells new Northern Light season, celebrating dance from the northern hemisphere.

Questioning Identity

Ida is a stark portrayal of post-war Poland, challenging notions of religion and family bonds through a road trip undertaken by a Jewish nun and her Communist aunt.

Noise, Desire and Power

Mish Way, front woman of fierce Vancouver outfit White Lung, meditates on her personal punk tenets for surviving and thriving in the 21st century.