Peter Yeung is a nomadic freelance journalist and critic, currently anchored in London

Camel Coat Couple in Street Steam, New York City, 1975, Joel Meyerowitz. Courtesy of the artist and Howard Greenberg Gallery.

What not to miss at the world’s leading photography festival

This year’s Les Rencontres d’Arles ranges from Joel Meyerowitz’s street photography to repurposed statues of Lenin in Ukraine

24 Jul 2017
House NA, Tokyo, Japan (2011), Sou Fujimoto Architects. Photo: Iwan Baan

The many modern versions of the Japanese house

Domestic architecture in Japan is reinvented for every generation – as this fascinating exhibition shows

1 Jun 2017
'Embrace the Base’: 30,000 women link hands, completely surrounding the nine mile perimeter fence at RAF/USAF Greenham Common, Berkshire (1982), Edward Barber.

Edward Barber’s preventative photography

Edward Barber’s photographic record of 1980s anti-nuclear demonstrators goes on display at the Imperial War Museum

3 Jun 2016

The Rise of Sound Art

Bang on trend? Music and audio are filling gallery spaces across the globe

15 Sep 2015

Seeing through space and time

John Berger’s seminal work Ways of Seeing inspired a lively conference at Royal Museums Greenwich

26 Jul 2015

Dulwich Picture Gallery gives Prud’hon the attention he deserves

It’s time to rediscover France’s answer to Correggio

22 Jul 2015

Highlights from the Pompidou pop-up in Málaga

Some high-profile works have made it to Málaga to inaugurate the Pompidou’s latest venue

28 Apr 2015

Unseen: The Lives of Looking by Dryden Goodwin

Dryden Goodwin’s enigmatic film grapples with history and identity

26 Mar 2015

Mariana Castillo Deball explores the rich history of Berlin

First and foremost Mariana Castillo Deball is a biographer of objects

26 Feb 2015

‘Lore Krüger: A Suitcase Full of Pictures’ at C/O Berlin

Lore Krüger’s work is a fantastic discovery for the history of photography

13 Feb 2015