Rineke Dijkstra: A Retrospective, Guggenheim Museum, New York

The inverted cupcake, the washing machine, the hot-cross bun…these are just three nicknames that the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum acquired in the years that followed its unveiling.

Up and Coming Exhibition, The Contemporary Art Museum

With Americans’ attention directed this autumn toward the Presidential election, The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (CAM) brings together three internationally celebrated artists.

Noorderlicht International Photofestival, Netherlands

The 19th and possibly final edition of Noorderlicht International Photofestival transcends photographic genres to sketch a picture of the relation between man and nature. From 2 September.

FreshFaced + WildEyed 2012 at The Photographers’ Gallery – Finalists Announced

FreshFaced+WildEyed 2012 is The Photographers’ Gallery’s annual exhibition which showcases the quality and breadth of graduates’ practices from photographic courses across the UK.

One One One at Annex East, London

In the shadow of Anish Kapoor’s Olympic tower the sun retreats into the horizon casting an orange haze across. It is in the middle of this that Annex East’s current exhibition One One One is housed.

Fashion! A Selection of Photographs from the Camera Work Collection at Unseen, Amsterdam

This group exhibition Fashion! A Selection of Photographs from the Camera Work Collection will present a survey of nine decades of fashion photography. Part of Unseen in Amsterdam.

Gray Malin: A la Plage, A la Piscine

Shooting from helicopters, this series by Guy Malin has been photographed around the world from the U.S. to Brazil to Australia. Malin was inspired to take aerial shots from a balcony in Las Vegas.

Fallen Neverland: BALTIC edition by Graham Dolphin

The second edition in the series marking BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art 10th birthday, the exclusive new colour print by Graham Dolphin whose work Fallen Neverland goes on sale 17 August.

Yoko Ono: TO THE LIGHT at Serpentine Gallery, London

John Lennon once described Yoko Ono as “the worlds most famous unknown artist”. 40 years later, her work is undoubtedly more familiar to the world but for some there still remains an air of detachment.

Around Leh: Photographs by Nishant Chandra at Out Of The Blue Art Gallery, Mumbai

Out of the Blue Art Gallery presents Around Leh, an exhibition of photographs by Nishant Chandra, exploring the splendid and scenic beauty of the Leh region in monotone greys. From 6 August.

Interview with Barry W. Hughes, Editor of SuperMassiveBlackHole

SuperMassiveBlackHole is dedicated to contemporary photography and the photographic imagery resulting from the time-based processes found in many interdisciplinary art practices today.

Edinburgh Art Festival Picks

The ninth Edinburgh Art Festival launches today with major exhibitions by leading international artists. Edinburgh Art Festival is the UK’s largest annual festival dedicated to visual art.

Made in Arizona

2012 marks the 100th year since Arizona became one of the United States, and this summer The Center for Creative Photography presents a selection of images created in the state.

Cig Harvey

If Cig Harvey takes her inspiration from past and personal experiences, then the world in which she lives must be at once beautiful and terrifying.

Brigitte Lacombe and Marian Lacombe: Hey’Ya Arab Women in Sport at Sotheby’s Gallery, London

This wonderful series from photographer Brigitte Lacombe Hey’Ya: Arab Women in Sport is currently on show at Sotheby’s London until the 11 August.

The World in London at Victoria Park and Park House, London

The World in London is a major show for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games. Initiated by TPG, the project set out to commission 204 photographic portraits of 204 Londoners.

Phantasmagoria: Photographs by Marco Sanges, Proud Camden

Marco Sanges’ black and white photography is influenced by the sequential nature of cinema, in particular the black and white films of the silent era. His photographs are created in sequence.

Uncommon Ground at Flowers Gallery, London

Uncommon Ground is an exploration of environmental interventions in photography. It obscures the intersection between photographs of observed reality and artistically altered reality.

The Fourth Height & Urs Bigler: The Crown at Erarta Galleries, London

Founded in Moscow in 1992, The Fourth Height are best known for their performative work that reflects mass culture through irony and fantasy and address post-war feminist issues. The Crown opens 20 July.

David Bailey Video

David Bailey, photographer and East End Boy, has worked with The Rolling Stones, Andy Warhol and has helped make British Vogue the iconic fashion bible that it is today. Crane.tv catch up with him.