Allan Sekula

Shamefully, the artist was not awarded a solo show in the art-world capital until six years after his death

By Jack McGrath
Installation view, "Allan Sekula: Photography, A Wonderfully Inadequate Medium"


14 Mar
18 May

‘Sekula’s sentences have their own nautical rhythm that brings incommensurate scales of experience into sudden relation’

By Ben Lerner

The re-release of Allan Sekula’s seminal book critiquing the bond between capitalism and representations of material culture

By Laurie Taylor
Ash Kilmartin, OHN, 2014, neon sign operated by resident studio artists

Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, Australia

By Rebecca Coates

Allan Sekula presents Art Isn’t Fair (2012), dedicated to Jean Jacques Rousseau’s Discourse on Inequality

Generali Foundation, Vienna, Austria

By Manfred Hermes