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Armet Francis:
Reimagining The Black Triangle

The Autograph exhibition brings together works, from the Jamaican-British artist’s four-decade long career, focusing on the Black British experience.

Black British Fashion:
Creatives to Know

Black creativity has had a profound influence on British culture. Now, Somerset House shows us the wide-reaching influence of fashion designers.

Multidimensional Perspectives

Now at Brooklyn Museum, Africa Fashion surveys the global impact of attire from the continent through the 1950s to the present-day.

Femme Noire:
Highlighting Nuance

“Naked woman, Black woman // Clothed with your colour which is life, with // your form which is beauty.” These lines have inspired Seattle Art Museum’s show.

Lasting Devastation

Documentary photographer Eddo Hartmann explores the Semipalatinsk Test Site, the largest nuclear research area in Kazakhstan.

Housing Projects:
Architecture to Know

Housing complexes are homes built together as a single development. Here we list five sites that serve as a record of architectural and planning history.

Sunday Special:
Carlos Idun-Tawiah

Inspired by Ghana’s rich photographic archives, the artist’s series at Galerie Huit Arles focuses on themes of community, family, hope, love and kinship.

Markers of Industry

Andreas Gursky’s eye for the “industrial aesthetic” has taken him to humanmade structures that dominate landscapes everywhere.

Revelatory Performances

The Royal Academy of Arts presents a major UK survey of the internationally acclaimed Marina Abramović, celebrating 50 years of pioneering art.

5 Projects to Know:
London Design Festival

As part of this year’s festival, 13 new Design Districts, each with their own unique personality, reflect and represent innovation from local communities.

Responsible Gardening

What role could gardens play in a sustainable future? And what can they tell us about history? Vitra Design Museum introduces artists addressing this question.

Empathetic Portraits

Snezhana von Büdingen-Dyba’s series of portraits invites us into the world of Sofie, a teenager with Down’s syndrome growing up in Eilenstedt, Germany.

Reframing Reality:
The World of Anne Zahalka

The artist prompts viewers to contemplate on themes such as cultural diversity within Australian society and the ecological impact of the ongoing climate crisis in MAPh’s latest exhibition.

Resilience through Structure:
Sustainable Design China Summit

Securing a sustainable future is the biggest challenge we face today. It’s a complex task intricately interwoven with the multifaceted realm of design.

PHOTOFAIRS New York:
Young Artists to Watch

The new fair dedicated to photo-based and digital art explores the evolving practices of image-making. Here, we focus on five photographers to watch.

Discovery, Dreams and Structure with Not Vital and Alma Zevi

In line with his new monograph with Skira, we catch up with the artist and the book’s editor and author, Alma Zevi, for a discussion on form and sculpture.

Power of Collaboration

Drawn to the Light highlights the influence of the Maine Media Workshops, showing the many ways photographers have experimented with their craft.

Connecting Cultures

Brooklyn Museum’s survey of María Magdalena Campos-Pons’s thought-provoking art navigates interconnected histories, identities and realities.

High-Tech Architecture:
5 Buildings to Know

Technical advancements, innovative engineering solutions and a sense of optimism are hallmarks of high-tech architectural style. Here are five to know.

Preserving Moments

Foam, Amsterdam, presents a beautiful tribute to Ara Güler, the celebrated “Eye of Istanbul” and one of Turkey’s most legendary photojournalists.

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