The Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris is presenting the exhibition PastPresent, devoted to the work of Sarah Moon. Active in France and abroad since the late 1960s, she is recognised as a great ....
The Serpentine Gallery, London, is starting into its spring-summer season with a major survey of British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades ...
"Moriyama Tomatsu: Tokyo" introduces two masters of Japanese photography. Conceived originally by the artists themselves, this collaborative show is now realized by the Maison Europeenne ..
For three decades, U.S. based Gregory Crewdson’s photographic series of houses, landscapes, and people have become canonical representations of the liminal and forgotten in America.
British artist Cornelia Parker is widely known for her stunning transformations of the ordinary into the extraordinary – using printmaking and photogravure to produce something elusive and ephemeral.
Matt Black's work explores the connections between migration, poverty, agriculture, and the environment.
Darkness Visible is a visual journey through urban landscapes portraying their structural and formal qualities. Conceived
If you look again at McCullin’s landscapes, you start to sense the figure who made the pictures, invisible behind the lens,