These photographs of domestic scenes and everyday encounters are very familiar and very unsettling
Diane Smyth considers the state of private and public photography collections in the UK
Many artists have recorded their most intimate moments, but why should anyone else be interested in the results?
The Latvian-born artist takes found photographs and paints over them to make enigmatic and eerie images – but they’re not meant to be scary, she insists
What goes up inevitably must come down – but for a fleeting moment some photographers have tried to suggest otherwise
With an eye for ritual, the photographer Chloe Dewe Mathews celebrates an unfamiliar vision of the river
The sculptor’s installation at the Fondation Cartier uses images and streams of information to investigate the nature of reality
Conveying the views of a disgruntled jinn is just one of the artist’s absurdist approaches to understanding the modern world