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Challenging Conventions

Thousands of screens across the country will display work from creatives – from Sin Wai Kin to Joanna Hogg – who explore the idea of ” A Real Woman.”

Boundless Exploration

We interviewed Oscar Murillo to learn more about his collaborative painting, ‘The Flooded Garden’, which is part of this year’s UNIQLO Tate Play.

Expansive Self-Portraiture

Zanele Muholi releases their anticipated sequel to ‘Somnyama Ngonyama’, filled with with 100 new photographs as well as essays, letters and poems.

Visions of the Future

Today we spotlight exhibition by creatives who are using their platforms to raise awareness of the climate emergency and demand lasting change.

Quiet Confidence

Thandiwe Muriu collates eight years of artistic evolution in her first photo book. ‘Camo’ is a beautiful showcase of her boundless creativity.

Staging Womanhood

Diana Sosnowska investigates constructions of womanhood through the lens of two distinct roles: the magician’s assistant and the hysterical patient.

Trust in Photographs

Does the camera never lie? Sainsbury Centre’s new exhibition explores the ways in which photography has the power to influence how we view the world.

History of Uncertainty

Aesthetica Art Prize alumnus Noémie Goudal shares insights into her exhibition at Mostyn, expanding on her fascination with doubt, illusion and scientific inquiry.

Shape of a Nation

Jamie Hawkesworth (b. 1987) has been documenting the people, architecture and landscape of Great Britain for almost two decades. In a period punctuated by referendums…

Must-See Photography Shows

We bring you 2024 photography exhibitions that place women and ethnic minority groups at the centre – reframing the focus to include everyone.

Overlooked Labour

We’ve brought together new exhibitions and recent publications that explore women’s labour today, from paid jobs to uncompensated work at home.

Sabine Weiss: A Humanist Lens

Before she passed away in 2021, Sabine Weiss was dubbed “the last of the humanists.” Now, her remarkable photographs are celebrated in Lausanne.

Rencontres D’Arles 2024: Five Exhibitions to See

This year, the major photography festival brings together provocative exhibitions, challenging dominant narratives of power and control.

Breaking the Rules

Blandine Soulage is a Lyon-based French visual artist who is interested in the “architecture of bodies” and the relationship between humans and urbanity.

Challenging Conventions

Angel Qin is an interdisciplinary artist, fashion stylist and posthuman image weaver based in London. She weaves patterns of imagery from a non-human-centric perspective, questioning the ontological nature of humanity and its relationship with ecology.

Midnight Serenity

Photographer Satijn Panyigay captures the calming beauty of urban exteriors in ‘Nightcall’, which is now on display at Galerie Peter Sillem.

Abstract Photography In Focus

Here are five exhibitions that ripple with innovation and experimentation, celebrating contemporary and 20th century approaches to abstraction and the lens.

Reuse and Renovation: Architizer A+Awards

Renowned architectural names and next generation designers are shortlisted, setting positive precedents for how we think about the built environment.

Viewed in Context

C. Rose Smith presents an evocative collection of black and white self-portraits that revolve around one garment: the white cotton shirt.

Affecting Landscapes

Carnegie Museum’s exhibition spotlights contemporary landscape photographers who explore colonial legacies, environmental anxiety and memory.

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