“MODEL STUDIES” THOMAS DEMAND AT SPRUETH MAGERS GALLERY
“I have always been interested in working models–more so than in the neatly finished models that the architect shows to the client, because there the design is already more or less fixed and the ...
JAMES BARNOR – PORTRAITURE & SOCIAL COMMENTARY
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 ...
SARAH MOON PHOTOGRAPHY – PAST AND PRESENT
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 ....
“STILLNESS OF LIFE” DON MCCULLIN AT HAUSER & WIRTH
If you look again at McCullin’s landscapes, you start to sense the figure who made the pictures, invisible behind the lens,
“HUMAN TERRITORIALITY” PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROGER EBERHARD
“Human Territoriality” by Swiss photographer Roger Eberhard explores former borders, across the globe and throughout human history
“MEMORIES OF WANDERING” BAE BIEN-U AT VERVOORDT GALLERY
“Memories of Wandering” celebrates Korean artist Bae Bien-U who is renowned for creating meditative landscape photographs, which have an almost calligraphic quality about them.
“ANTHROPOCENE” EDWARD BURTYNSKY AT CHRISTOPHE GUYE GALLERY
The ‘Anthropocene’ Project is a multidisciplinary body of work by Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky combining fine art photography, film
CECIL BEATON AT HUXLEY PARLOUR GALLERY
As a prominent member of the ‘Bright Young Things’ in London during the 1920s, Cecil Beaton was uniquely placed to photograph a generation