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The beautiful game takes residence in Ultra: Art for the Women’s World Cup, exploring the joy, sorrow and excess of professional football.
A new photography show highlights key works that define our times, reflecting the power of the medium to change the way society sees the world.
Silhouettes jump into open pools. Palm trees line unblemished beaches. These are the scenes shown in Bildhalle’s latest exhibition.
Andrew Albright’s compositions contain dreamy shifts in light and colour. They revel in high exposure to reveal neon palettes in the everyday.
Curated by the Aperture Foundation, New York, Black Is Beautiful is the first-ever major exhibition dedicated to Kwame Brathwaite.
Turner Prize artist Mark Leckey returns to Tate Britain, London, with ‘O’ Magic Power of Bleakness’.
In my dream I was in Kuwait challenges political injustices, cultural identity and mental health through photography, painting and sculpture.
This weekend’s must-see shows reflect on the present, exploring powerful stories of migration and humanity’s impact on the environment.
With ‘Civil Rights & The Memphis Blues’ social historian Ernest C. Withers charts the struggle and soul of Memphis, Tennessee, in profound detail.
Aesthetica selects 10 artists and talks to see during Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019, the UK’s largest dedicated sculpture festival.
The biennial Personal Structures, supported by the European Cultural Centre Italy, returns for 2019, responding to key 21st century questions.
Welcoming speakers and invited guests from Magnum’s ‘The Medium is the Message’ symposium will explore four themes that define life in 2019.
The cities of Paris and New York are the subject of Berenice Abbott retrospective at Fundación MAPFRE, focusing on a period of transformation.
Ole Marius Joergensen creates scenes based around mystery and the landscape. The latest series taps into the influence of David Lynch.
Aesthetica collates 10 of the best exhibitions to see this summer, featuring the latest in digital technology and renowned self-portraiture.
Nightclubs are epicentres of contemporary culture, providing arenas for experimentation. An exhibition explores their global development.
Yorkshire Sculpture International explores how making objects – whether for aesthetic, functional, or spiritual purposes – is a human act.
Dutch photographer Ed van der Elsken was widely recognised for realist depictions of life in cities, capturing spontaneous images of the everyday.