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Beyond Fashion

Renowned photographer Michel Haddi has captured some of the most iconic faces of the 20th century. Now, exhibitions celebrate 40 years.

Manipulated Sunsets

Inka and Niclas are interested in the dynamic between people, places and media, creating spellbinding work where landscapes are fluorescent.

Leica Oskar Barnack Award:
A Window to Humanity

Is our trust in images beginning to erode? Has it disappeared already? This year’s edition of the documentary prize foregrounds human empathy.

Viviane Sassen on Surrealism

Viviane Sassen, whose first French retrospective is open now, speaks to Aesthetica about how Surrealist ideas continue to influence her creative vision.

Paz Errázuriz:
Unfinished Stories

The work of Chilean photographer Paz Errázuriz is marked by the advocacy and respect it champions for those who have previously been ignored or stifled.

Seeing to Understand

Gregory Halpern, Vasantha Yogananthan and Raymond Meeks explore complex histories in Guadalupe, New Orleans and the borders of France.

A Family Dynamic

Julie Blackmon’s meticulously arranged scenes reflect on modern family dynamics by toeing the line between carefree joy and imminent danger.

Impressionist Photography

French photographer Réhahn is internationally acclaimed for his bold imagery, with an approach that creates a bridge between viewer and subject.

Dubai Design Week: 5 to See

This year’s fair explores how design, science and technology converge. Some projects reclaim materials from the past, whilst others look forwards.

Ethereal Moments

Berndnaut Smilde creates clouds indoors. They are made using smoke and water vapour and exist for a very short period of time – just 10 seconds.

Paris Photo 2023:
Moments of Unity

Paris Photo returns for its 26th edition from 9-12 November. This year’s catalogue engages with pressing topics such as environmental degradation, historical representation and political activism.

10 Questions With… Julie Cockburn

Julie Cockburn is best known for embellishing and altering found photographs, carefully adding hand-embroidered shapes to portraits and landscapes.

5 Photobooks for November

As we hit the wintry months, what better thing to do than sit down and pour over a photobook? In this selection we highlight this season’s top picks.

Championing Women in the Arts

Washington D.C.’s National Museum of Women in the Arts reopens after two years of renovation – with an expansive fresh installation of the collection.

Fashion Trailblazers

Design Museum presents the biggest survey of British fashion staged in the UK, with iconic pieces from HARRI, Marjan Pejoski and Ahluwalia.

Mat Collishaw:
Past, Present, Future

Kew Gardens presents an exhibition centred on celebrated multidisciplinary artist Mat Collishaw, exploring art history, nature and technology.

Daido Moriyama Review

The London retrospective is unlike other photography shows of recent times, mainly due to the artist’s joyful disregard for technical perfection.

A Lens on Climate Crisis

In Norway, From Nature foregrounds creatives who are not aiming to make provocative statements, but address today’s most critical climate issues.

Architectural Photography in Focus

Architizer’s Vision Awards recognises individuals and studios who are capturing the breadth and scope of built environments today through various media.

Radical Landscapes

William Morris Gallery, London, explores the natural world as a space of inspiration, connection and protest, in collaboration with local communities.