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Reframing the Landscape

Salt extraction sites. Marble quarries. Dry lake beds. Burning gas wells. These are the backdrops for Liz Miller Kovacs’ striking and surreal self-portraits.

Exploring Peripheries

The 23rd Serpentine Pavilion, Archipelagic Void, designed by architect Minsuk Cho, has opened to the public in London, comprising five unique islands.

Visual Resistance

This Summer, Zanele Muholi marks the 20 year anniversary of their poignant solo debut with a major new retrospective at Tate Modern, London.

Forces of Nature

Glasgow International returns with a programme of thought-provoking projects and contemporary luminaries, from Yoko Ono to Sandra George.

Ephemeral Experiences: 5 Landmark Installations

This summer, Barbara Kasten, Jenny Holzer, Steve McQueen and Larry Bell demonstrate how art can be made more powerful by inviting people inside.

A Continuous World at
teamLab Borderless

You’re never sure what will be around the corner at teamLab’s latest museum in Tokyo. Its digital art encourages people to connect, contemplate and play.

Vivian Maier:
Playing with Reality

We interviewed Anne Morin, the curator of Fotografiska New York’s exhibition dedicated to the extraordinary photography of Vivian Maier.

Worlds Connected

Copenhagen Photo Festival 2024 unites a range of lens-based artists around a theme of entanglement, visualising how different forms of life interact.

The Depths
of Self-Portraiture

Renowned photographers Meryl McMaster and Aïda Muluneh both explore the concept of water through a series of thought-provoking self-portrait scenes.

Art and Documentary: Tom Hunter in Conversation

Tom Hunter is a renowned British photographer known for his evocative and meticulously staged images that draw inspiration from classical paintings.

Resistance & Reinvention

June is Pride Month and today we are bringing you a selection of exhibitions from around the world, with stellar work from Mackenzie Calle to Zanele Muholi.

History through the Lens

‘A Long Arc’ offers a timeline of the American South as well as the evolution of photography, revealing key historical developments from 1845 until the present.

Fraction of a Second

In Neal Grundy’s Fabric Forms series, every small movement matters. Each shot captures a singular moment in time that can never again be created.

Dynamic Colour Play

Contemporary abstract photographer Sebastiaan Knot plays with the fact that people perceive light and colour combinations in many various ways.

Fictional Immersion

Ideas of beauty, desire, femininity, intimacy and melancholy are central to the creation of Patricia Pettitt’s cinematic environments.

Beyond Ordinary

Senay Berhe finds beauty in the mundane, with works that emerge from an every day scenario – travelling to, or from, his home in Stockholm.

Led by Narrative

Photographer Jonas Hafner excels in crafting a truly palpable sense of mood, with every his portraits that evoke a different ambience, emotion or story.

Traces of the Forest

Temperate, vast woodland covered as much as a fifth of the UK 10,000 years ago. Now, Joanna Vestey shares long exposure pictures of their remnants.

Worlds Connected

Copenhagen Photo Festival 2024 unites a range of lens-based artists around a theme of entanglement, visualising how different forms of life interact.

Into Focus: The June/July Issue

Ideas and inspiration are the lifeblood of creativity, expanding the limits of human understanding. Meet the artists pushing boundaries in our new issue.