Vibrant Expression

Tropico Photo’s images – the collaborative work of Forrest Aguar and Michelle Norris – run with the idea of block colours, fluid dots, circles and lines.

Interior Evolution

A monumental show spans the last century of design, examining changing interiors and what they indicate about how society lives, works and consumes.

Creating A Platform

New European photographers are part of a vital reconstruction of visual narratives, exploring themes of overconsumption, surveillance and liberation.

Identity and Exchange

Ekow Eshun’s project offers a kaleidoscopic view of Africa, foregrounding over 50 contemporary photographers from the continent and its diaspora.

Surreal Locations

A dreamlike collaboration project with creative director Daphne Westland, spatial designers Visual Citizens and photographer Carlfried Verwaayen.

A Sense of Community

Michael Oliver Love’s photographs provide an outburst of colour, texture and energy, enhancing one another as a celebration of movement.

States of Introspection

Gabriel Isak taps into the complex pool of ideas and philosophies, digging into the subconscious through dreamscapes that are rich in symbolism.

The Role of Activism

What does it mean to be an activist? How can we use social media? In the age of Instagram, Houston Center for Photography considers visual identities.

Journey into Midnight

Liam Wong’s photographs are deeply influenced by the visual identities of video games, utilising vibrant colours, open landscapes and cyberpunk imagery.

Pairing and Accents

Romain Laprade captures rolling hills, angular buildings and languid portraits, underpinned by complementary colours and low passing light.

Organic Architecture

Design is systematic and methodical; it is creative and collaborative. Studio Gang considers the kinds of buildings we need for the near-future.