Softness and Strength:

Asia Pacific’s leading photo-based fair returns for its ninth edition. We spotlight the work of Hailun Ma, Lotte Ekkel and duo Honey Long and Prue Stent.

Liam Wong on the City

How has photography changed our view of the world? This question is key to V&A Dundee’s new show, which features neon works by Liam Wong.

Global Creativity

Photo London welcomes over 100 exhibitors to Somerset House in a sprawling showcase of great photography from the dawn of the camera to today.

Thriving Ecosystems

More than 70% of Finland is covered in forests. Ritva Kovalainen and Sanni Seppo invite us to see what such a staggering statistic looks like up close.

5 Powerful Shots:
LensCulture New York

LensCulture shows Aesthetica Art Prize Winners Kriss Munsya and Mackenzie Calle & featured artists Sarfo Emmanuel Annor and Stephanie O’Connor.

Beauty and Fragility:
5 Exhibitions for Earth Day

This April we’re celebrating Earth Month by collating 5 exhibitions that explore both the wonder of our planet as well as our critical need to protect it.

The Shape of Water

In these abstracted visions of lakes and seas, captured by photographer Dave Hoefler, waves roll and flow into one another like oils on canvas.

Mastering Photography

The World Photography Organisation offers some of the most coveted accolades for photographers. Here are artists to watch out for at this year’s exhibition.

The World Press Photo Winners

The Contest recognises the best photojournalism and documentary photography produced over the last year. Today, the four winners were announced.

Prospect Cottage

In 2018, the photographer Gilbert McCarragher, a friend of Derek Jarman and Keith Collins, was tasked with creating a visual record of their iconic house.

Visualising Today:
The Photography Show

We roundup the longest-running and leading fair dedicated to image-making, focusing on five galleries and artists that exemplify technical skill and intrigue.

Worlds Collide:
5 Multidisciplinary Exhibitions

To celebrate the power of multidisciplinary practices, we’ve compiled a list of exhibitions that embrace the fluidity between different forms of creativity.

Resilience and Strength

At the Foundling Museum, Polly Braden is dedicated to documenting the personal narratives of Ukrainian families who have fled Europe in search of safety.

Artist Interview: Mona Kuhn

In ‘Kings Road,’ photographer Mona Kuhn brings to life the mysterious, unnamed addressee of a break-up letter written by architect Rudolph Schindler.

Styles Collide

Simone Hutsch, aka heysupersimi, cuts and pastes traditional British alehouses, taverns and inns – many centuries old – in front of surreal backdrops.

Imagining New Worlds

‘New Worlds: Women to Watch 2024’ brings together 28 artists who reimagine the past, present alternate realities and advocate for a better future.

Emerging Voices: Photo London
X Hahnemühle Student Award

In this second edition of the award, the most poignant and skillful work of new talent in the UK is brought together. We look at the final shortlist.

Interconnected Images:
Circulation(s) Festival 2024

The international European festival returns to Paris for its 14th edition, bringing together shows that spotlight queer, migratory and Ukrainian identity.

Portraits to Dream In

National Portrait Gallery shows a retrospective that unites two photographers born 100 years apart: Julia Margaret Cameron and Francesca Woodman.

What is Truth?

We can no longer trust a photograph. But have we ever been able to? Sainsbury Centre’s current season of exhibitions tackles these questions head on.