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10 UK Photography Galleries to Watch

Aesthetica’s selection of ten UK photography institutions offers inspirational viewing and exceptional year-round curation.

Charting Discovery

Tracking an unusual journey from London to Reykjavik, Gabrielle Motola’s series comprises striking photographs of Europe and Scandinavia.

Intriguing Stories

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize brings together formal portraiture alongside spontaneous and intimate images.

5 to See: This Weekend

Featuring Robert Mapplethorpe and Alfredo Jaar, the selection for 15-16 December explores global politics and everyday life through seminal works.

Charting Experience

In Transit at SF Camerawork, San Francisco, explores the complex experiences of migration and living between different cultures.

Internal Worlds

Sweden-born photographer Gabriel Isak returns with Entities, a series of images inspired by existentialism, inner worlds and the self.

Visual Critique

Laurie Simmons’ prolific oeuvre is celebrated in a retrospective exploring how image culture creates and perpetuates myths within society.

Mapping the Landscape

Tapping into a time-honoured photographic tradition, Winter in Swiss Photography focuses on the dramatic impact of the season.

Stark Landscapes

Between 1972 and 1981, John Myers recorded everyday scenes in Stourbridge, West Midlands. A new publication brings these images together.

Implied Presence

Fires is the new series from Aesthetica Art Prize alumna Ellie Davies, weaving symbolic narratives between the human and natural world.

Exploring Consumption

Foam’s new exhibition explores the story of food in photography, tapping into issues surrounding domestic space, global consumption and selfhood.

The Human Performance

New York-based May Parlar is a photography and video artist creating visual narratives that explore the notion of identity and belonging.

5 to See: This Weekend

Aesthetica’s selection of exhibitions to see this weekend investigates public and private worlds through photography – in Africa, Asia and Europe.

A Sense of Belonging

Mehveş Leliç is an Istanbul-born photographer and whose landscape images explore the relationship between humans and the environment.

10 to See: Winter 2018

From New York to Zürich, Paris to London, art and photography explores the limits of human perception whilst offering social commentary.

Mapping the Everyday

This Land at Pier 24 examines aspects of America’s social and political climate – drawing a reflective portrait of daily experience in the US.

Contemporary Living

In 2018’s complex socio-political environment, the notion of home is especially poignant. Aperture Foundation’s new show investigates.

5 to Read: This Month

December’s must-read publications look at socially responsive architecture, environmental sculpture and thoughtful global photography.

Limitless Creativity

Two contemporary art shows taking place during Miami Art Week offer a platform for acclaimed global contemporary artists and galleries

Visual Tension

Utilising peculiar perspectives, Sharon Alviz invites viewers to consider architectural compositions and our wider relations to them.

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