Bridging the boundaries between art, culture and philosophy, HowTheLightGetsIn Festival makes sense of the world through a diverse progamme.
New York Times: Art Leaders Network
New York Times invites a mix of practitioners, industry experts and prolific tastemakers to discuss the most pressing issues in art today.
Reshaping the Canon
Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of Curating re-examines under-representation, questioning why there is still imbalance in the wider industry.
MACK: Curated Perceptions
The way society consumes information is shifting. MACK foregrounds the enduring conceptual importance and materiality of their volumes.
Webb-Ellis: Universal Languages
Notions of what it means to be human are constantly shifting. Multidisciplinary AAP artists Webb-Ellis discuss their recent, constantly evolving, projects.
Picturing the South: Creating Legacies
Picturing the South, an initiative run by The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, provides fresh perspectives on the Southern United States.
Magnum Retold asks contemporary photographers to respond to iconic documentary series from the agency’s archives.
Vitra Design Museum curator Amelie Klein and visual activist Zanele Muholi take part in High Museum of Art, Atlanta’s Conversations with Contemporary Artists.
The Residency: Decoding Culture
Fact Not Fiction Films’ fifth artist, Sam Stopford, demonstrates free-flowing lines. See the work at Herrick Gallery, London, from 26 September.
The Residency: Bold Fluidity
Fact Not Fiction Films’ fourth artist, David Schroeter, demonstrates free-flowing lines. See the work at Herrick Gallery, London, from 26 September.
The Residency: Spontaneous Practices
Fact Not Fiction Films’ second documented artist in residence, Melody Park, paints quickly without interpretation.
The Residency: Scientific Approaches
Fact Not Fiction Film’s documentary explores artists in da Vinci residencies. Dr Suzi Morris, blurs the lines between viral landscapes and painting.
Whitney Chadwick’s The Militant Muse: Love, War and the Women of Surrealism concentrates on the crucial role of women in the surrealist movement.
Experienced in architecture, fashion and design, Julia Körner combines formulae from the natural landscape with technological advancements.
Sooni Taraporevala’s close relationship with her home-city, Mumbai, is depicted in the 30 images selected for Home in the City at the Whitworth.
Those attending Future Now have the added opportunity of an exclusive invitation to the Private View of the Art Prize Exhibition.
At the heart of Future Now is the understanding that bringing artists together encourages discussion, our portfolio reviews reflect this.
Photomonitor: Digital Landscapes
Ahead of a panel alongside Aesthetica, Corridor8 and Elephant Magazine, Christiane Monarchi expands on digitalised culture.
Roger Ballen: Archetypal Compositions
Hamiltons gallery, London, presents Roger Ballen’s most recent and highly anticipated body of work The Theatre of Apparitions for the first time as a series.
International Women’s Day: Exemplary Visions
In light of International Women’s Day on 8 March, we have selected 10 inspiring women who have contributed to the wider creative industries.