Vivid Depiction

Yannis Davy Guibinga’s pronounced photographs are part of an expansive conversation about the representation of Africa and its wider diaspora.

Imagined Architecture

Alexis Christodoulou is a Cape Town-based artist who specialises in three-dimensional renders. He draws on the parameters of video game graphics.

Playful Combinations

Ulaş Kesebir & Merve Türkan utilise bold primary colours and minimal sets, using draping materials and block furniture to subvert domestic spaces.

Nocturnal Exploration

The seventh edition of Next Generation, an annual feature showcasing new photography graduates from the London College of Communication.

Modes of Iconography

With the role of the selfie, how has portraiture changed? Is any idea authentic? Kuzma Vostrikov and Ajuan Song consider new visual archetypes.

Digitised Landscapes

Following a UN report on the effects of a 1.5°C increase, Google Arts & Culture’s Heartbeat of the Earth series makes sense of the key conclusions.


The Botanical Mind

There has never been a more important time to consider our relationship with the environment. Camden Art Centre looks at plants in art history.

5 New Art Books

This month’s round-up of new releases spans street photography, futuristic architecture and surf culture, offering visual inspiration and global perspectives.

Humanity and the Land

Paul Hart captures the melancholy beauty of farmland. The images move beyond traditional landscape photography, taking a critical approach.

The Future of Architecture

The Architizer A+Awards highlights designers who are transforming society and the built environment for generations to come.

Lost and Found

Kao Saephan is a photographer and writer who’s interested in the cinematic nature of smaller, often forgotten towns in California.

Connection and Identity

Bloomberg New Contemporaries returns for 2020 with a new digital platform. Kirsty Sim’s images explore the effects of mass media on culture.

Intrigue in the Everyday

Manchester based photographer Robert John Watson captures unnoticed spaces in the urban landscape. A new show draws attention to the city.

5 Live Streams to Watch

Since lockdown, museums around the world have been hosting Q&As online, making art more accessible than before. Discover five top picks.

Individuality and Acceptance

Namsa Leuba’s latest series explores gender dysphoria, myth and reality. Boogie Wall Gallery, London, explores the themes in detail.

Floral Imagination

Flowers have had a significant presence in throughout art history, from painting to digital renders. A new book examines their enduring appeal.

Computer Vision

Trevor Paglen is an artist examining the systems and technologies that shape our world. He reveals the underpinnings of the digital landscape.

ING Discerning Eye: New Platforms

The annual exhibition is now calling for entries for a brand-new online edition in 2020, giving creatives the opportunity to showcase virtually.

Design Without Constraints

Alexander Wong is an award-winning architect who specialises in avant-garde design that pushes the boundaries of luxury and grandeur.

On a Knife-Edge

Bara Prasilova’s surreal images teeter on the edge of absurdity and humour, using props to create authenticity and real physical tension.

Pathetic Fallacy

Felipe OA’s images communicate feelings of isolation and loneliness in the landscape, heavily inspired by literary and cinematic aesthetics.

Visualising the Anthropocene

In this interview, photographer Edward Burtynsky investigates humanity’s indelible, irrevocable and deeply complex influence on the Earth.

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