At the Photographers’ Gallery in London, a show examining the increasingly ubiquitous images produced by machines

By Hettie Judah

In an age when the camera is continually absorbed into other technologies, this inaugural show focuses on photography as practice

By Laurie Taylor

What does a picture tell? Not one story 

By Lynne Tillman

A series of extraordinary self-portraits taken in rural France over three decades prompt questions around gender, identity and biography

By Philip Myall
Nan Goldin. Courtesy: Nan Goldin studio

Saturday 6 October at 4:30pm

Alex Prager, Crowd #3 (Pelican Beach), 2013 Courtesy: © Alex Prager Studio and Lehmann Maupin, New York/Hong Kong. 


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15 Jun
14 Oct

For the first show at S1 Artspace's new home in the Brutalist housing estate, two photographers who documented it in the 1960s and ’80s

By George Kafka

A visual essay born out of a trip the Polish artist made three years ago to the South Caucasus

By Harry Thorne and Joanna Piotrowska

The arrest of the photojournalist for ‘provocative comments’ over Dhaka protests makes clear that personal liberty across the region is a sham

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

At Nottingham’s New Art Exchange, the Lebanese artist uses YouTube to reclaim strategies of media presentation 

By Kadish Morris

As two recent London exhibitions of the architect’s photographs show, this underappreciated polymath has always been ahead of her time

By Isobel Harbison