The Beauty
Of Friendship

David van Dartel’s photography focuses on friendship and masculinity, showing moments of tenderness between subjects in soothing landscapes.

Imagining Tomorrow

Future Gaze is an exhibition showcasing the work of eight photographers who illustrate the threads connecting culture, innovation and tradition.

Sparking Generational Change

Meet the Shortlist | Kriss Munsya tells us about the symbolism behind “Genetic Bomb” and how the series confronts colonialism and patriarchy.

The Flesh of the Earth

“We are part of the environment. We too are of the soil and the elements.” Enuma Okoro curates Hauser & Wirth’s latest exhibition ‘The Flesh of the Earth.’

Exquisite Performance

The Museum of Modern Art brings together the most comprehensive Joan Jonas retrospective to date in the US, spanning more than 50 years’ work.

Disrupted Identity

Meet the Shortlist | Edgar Martins’ series ‘I’m Still Here’ is the product of research with prisons and legal medicine institutes based in conflict zones.

A Keen Observer

What attracts us to street photography time and time again? Eighteen talented contemporary image-makers explore this question in “Street Life.”

Social Upheaval

Moderna Museet, Sweden, presents ‘Unhealed’ a mixed-media exhibition that brings together the work of artists in the Arab World and its diaspora.

International Women’s Day:
Key Art Exhibitions this Season

This International Women’s Day, we bring you a list of exhibitions from around the world that celebrate pioneering artists across the ages.

After the End of History:
British Working Class Photography

Johny Pitts curates an Haywood Gallery exhibition that focuses on working class British life, turning a viewer’s gaze to history, memory and culture.

The Keepers of History

Aïda Muluneh’s extraordinary work over the past decade is on display in what is her most comprehensive solo show in Europe to date.

FotoFest Biennial: 5 Images to Know

FotoFest Biennial features works by international artists that explore how communities are influenced by social, ecological and other systematic forces.

Impact of Pictures

Works by David Uzochukwu, Djeneba Aduayom, Helene Schmitz, Ori Gersht and Yan Wang Preston explore our relationship with nature.

PHOTO 24:
Towards the Future

Australia’s largest International Photography Festival offers 100 exhibitions, spanning regional, international and Indigenous image-making.

Artist Interview: Andrea Torres Balaguer

Andrea Torres Balaguer embodies distinct characters in her captivating self-portraits. Here, the photographer tells us more about her work.

The Undiscovered Self

Meet the Shortlist | We talk to British-Ghanaian artist Heather Agyepong about her series ‘ego death’ as inspired by Carl Jung’s concept of ‘The Shadow.’

Uncommon Harmony

Pixy Liao’s solo show at Blind Spot Gallery brings together over a decade’s worth of work exploring unconventional elements of gender, sex and love.

Lyrical Attentiveness

Truth Told Slant is an exhibition where contemporary documentary photographers look at the world in ways that are critical, but never detached.

Systems of Knowledge

Mexican-British artist Mónica Alcázar-Duarte speaks about her new show in London. It is rooted in western society’s obsession with technology, speed, expansion and accumulation.

Foam Talent 2024:
Persistence & Preservation

How does a photograph shape our understanding of past, present and future? Foam Talent’s 2024-2025 twenty artists engage with this crucial question.