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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.

Falling Figures

We speak to Aesthetica Art Prize artist Brigitte Amarger about her shortlisted work, ‘La Chute,’ a sculpture made of discarded X-ray records.

10 Pavilions to See:
The 60th Venice Biennale

The 60th Venice Biennale, titled ‘Foreigners Everywhere,’ reflects on identity and belonging as felt today. We round up 10 must-see pavilions.

World Art Dubai 2024

The region’s largest contemporary retail art fair, returns this Spring from 2 – 5 May at the World Trade Centre with an exciting programme of events.

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.

Forms of Wonder: Sculptures from the Art Prize

Serene monuments. Figurative works. Innovative shapes. We’re bringing you 10 sculptors from our Art Prize known for their evocative and dynamic pieces.

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.

Exhibition Review:
Restless Sculpture in London

Play and sensory joy are just part of When Forms Come Alive. The show is, at its core, a journey through the story of 20th century sculpture.

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.

Pause to Reflect:
5 Artists to Know

Reflective surfaces – from glass to mirrors – are a motif and material that have long been used by artists. These five artists continue the tradition.

Innovation on Canvas

From hyperreal landscapes of the Arctic to self-portraits that evoke the Dutch Old Masters, we highlight 10 Aesthetica Art Prize paintings we love.

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.

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