Dhaka Art Summit, Bangladesh

A major non-profit platform, the Dhaka Art Summit was conceived to support museum-quality exhibits in Bangladesh, the development of South Asian art and international artistic exchange.

Bailey’s Stardust, National Portrait Gallery, London

The work of David Bailey is celebrated in Bailey’s Stardust at the National Portrait Gallery, London. All of the images have been chosen by the photographer and make up over 250 portraits.

Jeddah Art Week 2014: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

The second year of Jeddah Art Week presents in its 2014 programme 13 exhibitions, several public performances and an international conference on global visual culture in venues across Jeddah.

Suspended Dialogues

Combining action, suspense and intricate detail, Ryan Schude’s photographs tell numerous stories and the viewer’s imagination is left to join the dots and interpret the narrative as they wish.

Imagined Scenarios

Face in the Crowd is the new series of work from Alex Prager, who creates fascinating scenes utilising bright palettes and constructed settings.

Historical Narratives

Known for his innovative approach through the “decisive moment”, Henri Cartier-Bresson is one of the founding figures of modern photography.

Experimental Photography

A new exhibition opens in New York at the International Center of Photography that interrogates what it means to work in analogue and digital photography today.

Unoccupied Spaces

Regularly seeking out abandoned spaces with her camera, VanDeman finds traces of past inhabitants in the remaining furniture, letters and possessions.

Jed Devine: Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York

Jed Divine’s solo photography exhibition at the Bonni Benrubi Gallery celebrates the development of his work into new territory, interrogating the spaces of the artist’s daily life and experience.

Philip-Lorca diCorcia, The Hepworth Wakefield

One of America’s most important contemporary photographers will be celebrated at The Hepworth Wakefield this February in the UK’s first major survey of work by Philip-Lorca diCorcia.

Eric Steel: Kiss the Water

Fly fishing is perhaps not the most popular topic for cinema, yet Eric Steel’s lyrical film shows a new side to this niche hobby by focusing on the devotion and love of one woman to her craft.

Art Rotterdam

For its 15th edition, Art Rotterdam has moved to a new location at the Van Nellefabriek. The extensive programme includes Main, New Art and Projections – the second edition of the video section.

Review of Ivan Argote: Strengthlessness, Galerie Perrotin

Colombian artist Ivan Argote has been based in France since 2005, where he commenced studies at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Beaux-Arts. He works with a multitude of media, always being provocative in his statements.

New Art West Midlands

In the largest partnership of its kind in England, four art institutions and five universities are working together to showcase the new work of emerging artists in the West Midlands.

Christer Strömholm: A Way of Life, Moderna Museet Malmö

This spring, Moderna Museet Malmö will provide an insight into the rich legacy of Nordic photography with A Way of Life – Swedish Photography from Christer Strömholm until Today.

Sum of Us, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha

Sum of Us examines the relationship of the part to the whole through the work of six Kansas City artists. This exhibition will collates sculpture, photography, drawing, and many other mediums.

Jamal Penjweny: Saddam is Here, Ikon Gallery

Artist Jamal Penjweny reflects upon life in Iraq today through photography and video. Ikon opens the first solo exhibition of Penjweny under the title Saddam is Here on 19 February until 21 April.

Harry Benson: 50 Years from Behind the Lens, MALLETT

The work of celebrated photojournalist and portrait photographer Harry Benson CBE will be represented in the first major retrospective, 50 Years Behind the Lens, in England at MALLETT this February.

Taking Shots: The Photography of William S. Burroughs, The Photographers’ Gallery

Taking Shots is one of three exhibitions currently running at The Photographers’ Gallery which showcase the work of artists known primarily for their work outside the photographic field.

The Movement: Bob Adelman and Civil Rights Era Photography, NSU Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale

Marking 50 years since the Civil Rights Act of 1964, The Movement: Bob Adelman and Civil Rights Era Photography showcases 100 iconic Bob Adelman’s photos, documenting the struggles of black Americans in the 1960s.