The renowned Dutch fair returns, providing a space for photographers that are testing uneven ground through bold, abstracted compositions.
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Who’s Afraid of Colour? at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, brings together over 200 creations from 118 indigenous Australian women.
Wim Wenders’ visual diary of instant snapshots from the 1960s – 1980s offers a glimpse into life on set that predates social media.
Through art, music and culture, IWM’s Culture Under Attack season, examines how conflict has threatened those that help make life worth living.