Graphic Collaboration

New Color in the Times of Slow Coffee is a series from stylist Michelle Maguire, painter Kristin Texeira & photographer Kelsey McClellan.

Spatial Recalibration

Elements of Hip Hop, Dada and street culture can be found in the work of Robin Rhode, a multi-disciplinary artist democratising city spaces.

Forms of Resistance

Lowrider car culture is an intricate art form, one that offers a sense of belonging and resilience with spring coils, hydraulics and dropped spindles.

Poignant Introspection

Russian-born Kristina Varaksina sits against stark white backdrops, shrouded by materials. The self-portraits place a strong focus on emotion.

PHotoESPAÑA 2021: 5 to See

The 24th edition of Madrid’s PHotoESPAÑA festival follows a year of reckoning with the social effects of Covid-19. Discover 5 shows to see.

New Luminaries

The Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition showcases 20 contemporary artists from across the globe, new luminaries and chroniclers of our times.

Synchronised Movement

Brad Walls turns his lens to the world of synchronised swimming. Set against rippling pools of dappled water, athletes make geometric shapes.

Emerging into Focus

The High Museum of Art in Atlanta delves into its permanent collections to present a survey of women photographers. We interview the curator.

Beyond the Edges

Natalie Christensen’s abstracted, minimalist compositions capture abandoned shopping centres, concrete blocks and swimming pools.

Artists of Tomorrow

New Contemporaries has played a key role in British art since 1949. In a challenging year, their mission is perhaps more important than ever.

New Directions

The inaugural Bristol Photo Festival kicks off with a programme of resonant exhibitions and events running from Spring to Autumn 2021.

5 to See: Gallery Reopenings

This May, museums across England are opening their doors for the first time in months. Discover our 5 selected exhibitions to attend this season.

Reflection and Revolution

Ori Gersht discusses how art history, science and technology collide. The artist has reimagined a classical still life painting for the digital age.

Art and Empowerment

“What better way to collectively engage in empathy than to share the images we take?” Nabad supports artists in Southwestern Asia and North Africa.

Reframing Surrealism

A new exhibition at London’s Whitechapel Gallery explores the vital contribution made by women artists and photographers to surrealism in Britain.

Matriarchal Utopia

“In the bodies of other women I find a union.” Carlota Guerrero’s photobook proposes a new kind of spirituality: a celebration of sisterhood.

An Experimental Spirit

Dadaism, Surrealism and Pop Art are tied together by questioning the status quo. What does this look like today? Online gallery Avanguardian shows us.

Responsive Image Making

Assembly is a fresh online art and photography platform engaging with some of the most important social and cultural issues of our time.

Monochrome Visionaries

Efrem Zelony-Mindell discusses the allure and ever shifting status of black-and-white image making, upon the release of a new photobook.

Towards Preservation

After half of Claudia Andujar’s family were killed in WWII, she dedicated five decades to raising awareness of the Yanomami people in Brazil.