Shared Humanity

The Prix Pictet 2023 announces a shortlist of 12 photographers, delving into the vast spectrum of experiences that define our collective existence.

Gina Osterloh:
Zones of Resistance

The Columbus Museum of Art (CMA) presents the work of interdisciplinary artist Gina Osterloh in her first major museum survey, ‘Mirror Shadow Shape.’

Sense of Self

Alias Trate’s portrait paintings each signify a different emotion, from anger to compassion, prudence to angst, fortitude to patience.

Resistance through Photography

A new book from Thames and Hudson traces the fight for social, political and creative freedom through the eyes of 23 Iranian photographers.

An Interconnected Cosmos

Yayoi Kusama’s boundless, thought-provoking and vibrant work is on display in a major retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao this summer.

AI and Datasets:
Feeding Consciousness

Halcyon Gallery moves into its new flagship site at 148 New Bond Street, Mayfair. They open with Dominic Harris’ exhibition ‘Digital Consciousness’.

Landscape Trauma

The art world has seen an increased curatorial focus on those engaging with the climate emergency. Centre for British Photography opens one such show.

Strength in Care:
Black Masculinities

Hatje Cantz publish an essential compendium of 220 photographs from 22 artists that reframe gender, manhood and what it means to be tender.

Views from Africa

Through the work of 36 photographers, this exhibition explores the landscape of contemporary lens-based media across Africa.

Collaboration in Storytelling

Sunday School marks its sixth anniversary, bringing together photographers from across Africa and the wider diaspora for this exhibition.

Venice Architecture Biennale: 5 Innovative Pavilions

Sixty four national pavilions consider the future of residential buildings and city planning amidst growing populations and the climate emergency.

Playing with Objects

Paul Sawyers is a contemporary artist and photographer interested in “the potential of found objects to create improvised moments.”

Manchester International Festival 2023

This year’s edition of the event returns from 29 June-16 July in a wide-ranging programme that spans art, choreography, installation and performance.

Sustainable Architecture: 5 To Know

In the last few decades, sustainability has become one of the key driving forces in architecture and design. Here are five examples to know.

Arles 2023: Home Reconsidered

At Arles 2023, image-makers reflect on their relationships with places and popular music, as well as government policy and patriarchy.

Seminal Narratives

Isaac Julien is one of the most celebrated British filmmakers and artists of all time. He is the subject of a major retrospective this summer.

Layered Portrayals

In this group show, six artists reimagine the boundaries of visual representation by investigating the connections between history and identity.

Changing the Narrative

Influential artist Carrie Mae Weems makes her UK gallery debut with this solo exhibition, bringing together photos, films and installations.

Love Songs:
Photography and Intimacy

International Centre for Photography presents a group show, conceived as a mixtape about love, desire, memory and relationships.

Windrush 75:
Exhibitions & Events

This year marks seventy-five years since the original Windrush arrival. Here, we look at UK installations, talks and workshops that honour the anniversary.