Conrad Shawcross’s ‘Optic Cloak’ in Greenwich is sympathetic to both its natural and social context. Can the wider redevelopment of the area follow suit?
Edmund Clark’s eye-opening exhibition will make you think again about the impact and ethics of counter-terrorism and state control
Katie Paterson once beamed Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata to the moon and back. At the Lowry, she continues to explore the vastness of space
It’s important that photography retains its social, human edge as we enter another turbulent year
The scientific made spiritual
Can photography influence social and political events, or just record them?
The complexity and integrity of Serra’s monumental work is mind-blowing
Undead Sun explores the First World War’s nascent mechanics of propaganda, aerial warfare and camouflage
Mark Neville’s films and photographs from Afghanistan reveal the strange banality of war
In 1914 Auguste Rodin gifted 18 sculptures to the V&A, in tribute to the British soldiers fighting alongside his own countrymen in the First World War
Interest in maritime art ebbs and flows, but it seems that we have hit a new wave
Yinka Shonibare’s work at the Barnes Foundation is both entertaining and deeply reflective