Beetles+Huxley, London, opens an exhibition of exquisitely hand printed images, made from photographer Vivian Maier’s original negatives. The show spans some of the artist’s most fascinating photographs, many never seen in London before, and showcases her street photography alongside a selection of ingenious and intricately staged self-portraits.
Vivian Maier, Beetles+Huxley, London
An honest representation of joy and community spirit erupts from Shirley Baker’s images, which document the effects of urban clearance programmes in Manchester during the 1960s.
Romina Ressia’s work is an analysis of contemporary society. Classical influences can be seen across her oeuvre as a method of decoding modernity.