Interview with AOP Nominee Photographer Ben Gold

Ben Gold was destined to be a photographer. His fate was sealed when, as a teenager experimenting with his camera, he discovered his family house was once owned by founders of Magnum.

John Akomfrah: Hauntologies, London

John Akomfrah opens his first exhibition for Caroll/Fletcher this Friday. Hauntologies reveals the virtuosity and depth of his practice, as he considers on disappearance, memory and death.

Yasusuke Ota: The Abandoned Animals of Fukushima, Amsterdam

Long forgotten from the Fukushima disaster, Yasusuke Ota turns our attention to the animals left behind in The Abandoned Animals of Fukushima at Huis Marseille from 3 until 14 October.

William Klein + Daido Moriyama

Klein + Moriyama examines the importance of the urban environment for two of post-war photography’s most compelling and elusive figures.

Cinematic Intensity

Formento & Formento is a partnership between BJ and Richeille Formento. Based in the USA, the pair creates cinematic images that rest somewhere between fine art and fashion photography.

Tim Walker

Tim Walker presents a breathtakingly surreal exhibition, Story Teller at Somerset House, which combines the worlds of conceptual art and fashion photography.

Six Lines of Flight

A new exhibition at SFMOMA surveys the work of artists from six cities that have become burgeoning artistic centres, exploring the changing nature of today’s international artistic landscape.

Nadav Kander: Yangtze – The Long River

In Nadav Kander’s series Yangtze – The Long River, a body of work for which he won the prestigious 2009 Prix Pictet photographic award, Kander followed the Yangtze River for most of its 4,000 miles.

Capturing the Individual

The Serial Portrait: Photography and Identity in the Last One Hundred Years showcases 153 works by 20 artists who photographed the same subject in the same place repeatedly.

William Klein: Paintings, Etc at HackelBury Fine Art

For the first time in 60 years, rare and unseen works by the internationally acclaimed artist William Klein will be presented by HackelBury Fine Art from 21 September until 20 December.

Interview with Maggie Pinhorn, Director of Photomonth Photofair

Photomonth Photofair will open on 6 October at Spitalfields Traders Market, giving guests the chance to peruse stalls run by photographers and galleries selling prints, books and magazines.

Tony Arefin: The Graphic Design of Tony Arefin, Ikon, Birmingham

Occupying the top floor of Ikon Gallery is a retrospective collection of the graphic designs pioneered by Tony Arefin. Today, he is celebrated as a transgressor of the graphic design world.

The Nour Festival of Contemporary Middle Eastern and North African Arts and Culture, London

The Nour Festival will be celebrating contemporary arts and culture from across the Middle East and North Africa, from 1 October. It will be a borough-wide event based in Kensington and Chelsea.

Homecoming, Boo Ritson, Oklahoma City

Homecoming, an exhibition from London based artist Boo Ritson, will be opening on 10 October at the City Arts Center, Eleanor Kirkpatrick Gallery, Oklahoma City and will run until 21 December.

Nathan Coley: A Place Beyond Belief at Haunch of Venison, London

Nathan Coley, Turner prize nominee in 2007, is exhibiting in the plush, society spaces of The Haunch of Venison’s New Bond Street premises. The exhibition’s title is hung on a three-tiered scaffold.

Liverpool Biennial 2012, The Unexpected Guest

Liverpool Biennial 2012, The Unexpected Guest, is opens tomorrow, 15 September and will run until 25 November. Curated by Sally Tallant, it is the largest contemporary festival in the UK.

Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam

As the title suggests, Unseen, is a celebration of international contemporary photography, showcasing work from new and established photographers. From 19 until 23 September.

Lindsay Seers: Nowhere Less Now, London

Conceived specially for an arresting 19th century corrugated iron chapel in Kilburn, known as The Tin Tabernacle, Nowhere Less Now is British artist Lindsay Seers’ ambitious new installation.

Lindsay Seers: Nowhere Less Now, The Tin Tabernacle

Behind a slightly run-down high-street is a little known landmark: a Victorian chapel known simply as The Tin Tabernacle. Housed within this modest building is Lindsay Seers’ most recent piece.

Self-Portrait, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition turns its focus on the self-portrait as a genre throughout the 20th and 21st century, as shown in 150 works by a wide variety of international artists.