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Tangible Memories

Lydia Goldblatt shares her personal series ‘Fugue’ in photo book form, inviting us to witness her honest emotions, daily experiences and core memories.

Transformational Light

Erleuchten Lamps was founded in 2016 by Matthew Johnson, a fine artist based in Oregon, USA. Inspired by forms and textures found in the natural world, he uses specific materials such as hard wood gourds and maple burl to create a variety of highly-detailed lighting art.

Fragments of Nature

Miko Okada visits and revisits, takes and retakes, in order to develop repeated exposures of the same location. The result is a series of dreamlike collages.

Being Observed

The “female-identifying gaze” underpins the work of award-winning British photographer Hannah Starkey and her new show at Maureen Paley Gallery.

Life After Dark

A new photo book explores how our nocturnal habits can be ones of protest and resistance, pleasure and connection, or fraught with danger and fear.

A Summer of Sculpture

Towering monoliths. Surreal forms. Organic materials. Today, we bring you five stellar contemporary sculpture shows around the world.

World of Design

This year’s Design Shanghai – the 11th edition of Asia’s leading design event – is dedicated to international collaboration and idea generation.

Imagining the Future

Vitra Design Museum brings the connection between science fiction and contemporary art to life. Its new space age inspired exhibition spans six decades.

10 Questions With… George Byrne

George Byrne presents a brand new interpretation of New Topographics, using analogue film, collage and layering to reframe urban LA and beyond.

The Dynamics of Photography

Curator Katherina Ehrl highlights the seven projects exhibiting in Museum der Modern Salzburg’s group show that explores the concept of positioning.

Innovative Art Spaces: from Frameless to ArtUp

Debates over the “the best” way to host an exhibition go back hundreds of years. A new digital platform is breaking the mould, providing a “one stop” solution.

Flourishing in Adversity

Photographer Coco Olakunle makes empowering portraits in collaboration with those living in refugee camps in Kalobeyei, Kenya and Lesbos, Greece.

Galvanising Campaigns

Baltic shares a retrospective dedicated to Franki Raffles’ pioneering documentary photography, which shines a light on womens’ lived experiences.

New Creatives:
Top Graduate Shows 2024

Be the first to see exciting new projects from the talented creatives coming out of the UK’s leading schools. Meet the rising stars making waves in art.

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.

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