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.

Photography Exhibitions:
This Season

Taking place across Europe and the USA, these new shows address pressing topics such as the climate crisis, equality, sustainability, history and race.

Elements from Nature

Per Bak Jensen highlights the overlooked patterns, shapes and textures in our environment, directing our attention to details we often ignore.

The Uncanny Valley:
Digital Estrangement

Marshall Gallery’s latest show focuses on the “uncanny valley”, the point where something we first recognise as human becomes unsettling.

Amongst the Waves

Allan Sekula: Fish Story is a ground-breaking research, photo and video project exploring the profound impact of the globalised shipping trade.

Elle Pérez:
Devotional Moments

Elle Pérez captures the intimacies shared among friends and partners in their newest exhibition at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.

Shortlist Announced:
Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize 2023

Shots of family, community and tenderness. The highly anticipated exhibition returns to the newly renovated gallery for the first time since 2020.

Outdoor Exhibitions:
5 to See this Season

Outdoor art offers us something special, proving how inspiring sculpture can be when shown outside gallery walls. Here are five to visit this summer.

Imagination According to Ajamu

Over decades, Ajamu has been reclaiming bondage and playing with power dynamics to examine Black masculinity and identity.

Vivid Abstraction

Sharp shadows. Vivid colour palettes. High contrast. Tight framing. These are hallmarks of French artist Marguerite Bornhauser’s still life compositions.

Brutalist Architecture:
5 Buildings To Know

Brutalist architecture emerged in the late 1940s. The following list comprises sites from across the world; each one is a key example of the style to know.

Guided by Love

With eye-catching colours and striking staging, Mous Lamrabat creates parallel worlds bursting with humour, empathy and playful irreverence.

Encountering New Viewpoints

PHotoEspaña returns with 96 exhibitions and over 300 photographers who reflect on timely and relevant themes –from gender to the environment.

Seen and Heard

Musical Thinking explores the powerful resonances between video art, audio and popular culture, with 29 stimulating time-based artworks.

Atmospheric Memory:
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

This August, Powerhouse Museum presents a programme that features Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s climate, science and technology-focused installation.