The Bourne & Shepherd studio in Kolkata has a long history, but fire and the advent of the digital age have closed it down. Thankfully, its legacy lives on
‘Dream States’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a thought-provoking exhibition, and a great survey of some of the most influential modern photographers
There are some great, focused shows open at the moment, from office-block abstraction to a difficult look at the impact of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
It’s the variety and range of photographs on show that will ultimately come to define the fair
Janet Mendelsohn’s photographs at Ikon gallery capture the human face of Birmingham’s most notorious district
It’s important that photography retains its social, human edge as we enter another turbulent year
The Jewish Museum’s exhibition reveals the importance of formal innovation to freedom of expression
Penn’s interest in fashion permeates his work, but doesn’t restrict it
Recognise any of these?
This is the week to see top photography in and of London – but don’t confine yourself to the main fair at Somerset House
Can television be art? Warhol, Lichtenstein and Dalí certainly thought so
A haunting series of photographs is about to go on show in Berlin
A few photographic highlights from ‘Lichtbilder’ at the Städel Museum in Frankfurt.
Eleven photographers have been shortlisted for this year’s Prix Pictet on the theme of ‘Consumption’
We asked the curator of ‘A Collective Invention’ to select nine photographs from The Morgan’s upcoming show