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A Shifting Topography

Berenice Abbott’s works represent a community in flux, documenting New York’s changing landscape through light and form.

Environmental Dialogues

The relationship between humans and the natural landscape is constantly shifting. A show responds to these changing dialogues.

5 to See: This Weekend

From UK beaches to Latin and Central America, must-see exhibitions open 21-22 July are defined by a sense of place and local identity.

A World First

Artificial Intelligence has the potential to transform everything we do. Huawei launches the world’s first photography award judged by AI.

Surreal Archetypes

Kate Ballis transforms California’s iconic modernist architecture and desert landscapes into uncanny worlds.

Manipulated Space

Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture explores the changing dialogues between viewer, photographer and architect.

Documenting Change

Kunstmuseum, Wolfsburg’s retrospective of work by Robert Lebeck uncovers different forms of rebellion and the aftermath of protest.

Otherworldly Arenas

Intrigued by social phenomena, Al Mefer’s photographs call upon artificial elements, using an intriguing interplay between shadow and colour.

Cultural Awareness

There are more than 270 nationalities and 300 languages spoken in London. Shows at Calvert 22, Foam and NOW Gallery celebrate this diversity.

Escaping Digitalisation

Jacqueline Hassink documents a number of the planet’s dwindling “white spots”, lacking wifi and cellular coverage, shown at Benrubi Gallery.

Illusory Arenas

Georges Rousse’s practice occupies the intersection between photography, painting and architecture, creating otherworldly scenes.

5 to See: This Weekend

This weekend’s key exhibitions respond to a fast-paced digital world through otherworldly installations, architectural surveys and video works.

A Developing Genre

More than half of the world’s population lives in cities. Triennial of Photography Hamburg offers a range of perspectives on urban environments.

Linear Sensibility

A monumental exhibition at the Musée de l’Elysée Lausanne focuses on the formal composition of over 1500 original prints.

Urban Metaphors

From geometric abstraction to spontaneous snapshots, a collection of photographs explores the vernacular of Brussels’ urban landscapes.

Iconic Architecture

Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, reveals the winners of its #MyFLV competition, which encouraged visitors to photograph its building.

A Nostalgic Journey

In capturing the structures that define the British coastline, Will Scott celebrates the iconography of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Constructed Reality

In The Potemkin Village, Gregor Sailer captures illusionistic architecture around the world, from military training camps to replica cities.

Structural Iconography

Vancouver Art Gallery’s Cabin Fever investigates the influence of an architectural form on the cultural identity of the US and Canada.

Charting Expansion

In mapping the growth of urban space, work by Naoya Hatakeyama reveals the impact of industrial activity on the natural landscape

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