Lina Iris Viktor presents a gilded new exhibition in London, delving deep into the complex history of one of the world’s most desired metals
The acclaimed French photographer’s commission for the V&A takes inspiration from the museum’s photography collection, including the street photography of Eugène Atget, Walker Evans and Lee Friedlander
For nearly 40 years Roger Ballen has been an outsider, operating on the margins with his fellow art brut artists. Now a new book and exhibition offer
a glimpse inside the workings and processes of his dark mind, a world, he says, that, “reveals itself through itself”
He spent 40 years documenting the street life and subcultures
of the Bay Area, but
kept his work hidden. Discovered by SFMoMA in 2001, Michael Jang’s vast archive now forms
a new book and his first major retrospective, giving a rare insight into his wayward career
Quentin Lacombe uses photograms, 3D renderings and digital collage to construct an alternate universe in his series Event Horizon, now on show in an immersive installation at 180 the Strand
Farah Al Qasimi’s latest exhibition presents her first feature-length film about a supernatural jinn that stars in a reality TV show, alongside photographs pulled from the world she imagines
In our final instalment from the Class Of 2019, we highlight a further selection of graduates who completed their studies this year.
As machines are trained to see without human intervention, Trevor Paglen looks at the hidden prejudices and bias inherent in AI with a new Barbican exhibition
The Moroccan-born, London-based photographer gives the Maison Européenne de la Photographie a colourful makeover this autumn, celebrating pop culture and his Moroccan background
Nestled between two estates on the edge of Tipton is an area known locally as The Cracker. It was here that Laura Pannack discovered a tight-knit community of youths and set about exploring the characters, friendships and traditions that, “for me, should not be lost or ignored”.