Over 100 iconic prints of world-renowned music artists taken by globally celebrated photographers including Rankin, Tony McGee and Jill Furmanovsky are on sale. Available for £95 each, the sale represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of music history, with many of the prints usually unavailable to buy. 100% of proceeds go to Stagehand – the only UK charity specifically dedicated to providing hardship funding for live music crews who have fallen on tough times.
Remsen Wolff, was an American photographer (1940-1998) whose imagery portrayed the sensual and beautiful part of his subjects, the creative element being the focus matter itself; transgenders, drag queens and transvestites.
‘Fire’ is the theme for the 9th Prix Pictet; award exhibition to be held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in December 2021
Rankin has teamed up with Royal London to encourage a conversation around death with a free digital exhibition, Lost for Words,
In her first solo show at Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, Dutch artist Paulien Oltheten guides us through locations she has explored during the past few years: from Iran to Russia, but also the Paris districts “les Olympiades” and “La Défense”
The Top 5 Artworks to see outdoors this Summer include Drones, ice cream, a fly and a hare.
Mick Rock, British born and bred, now living in New York, has been raising funds to help the NHS since the covid-pandemic crisis started. After his initial 5 never-before-seen prints of David Bowie, Kate Moss, Freddie Mercury, Syd Barrett and Bryan Ferry, MICK ROCK has decided to release 5 more exclusive images of pop culture icons and the stories behind each.
Today we hear from Tereza Cervenova, Slovakia-born photographer, now living and working in London (UK). She received her BA in Photography from Middlesex University in 2014 and her MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, London in 2018.
the Louis Roederer Discovery Award with photographic galleries considered to represent the finest pool of tomorrow’s talents.
Wooden dolls, a chair on a ceiling, a fountain, a funeral and an autopsy.
Alcoholism, animals, show business, the moon, Play-Doh, lasers and gingerbread.
Foam in Amsterdam is exhibiting the first retrospective of Brassaï in the Netherlands. Brassaï was a Hungarian-born French photographer and is considered as one of the most significant figures of 20th century photography.
This is the first private gallery exhibition of Tim Walker’s photography, which has graced the pages of magazines around the world for more than 15 years.
Bamako Encounters, the historical and internationally renowned Biennale for Photography and Video Art on the African Continent, has announced the artists who will contribute to its 25th-anniversary edition.
A Day in Your Life is a community-minded photography competition curated by the BAFTA and multi-award-winning artist & photographer, Alison Jackson, with an exhibition at the world-famous Saatchi Gallery.
Bling, twins, caves, faceless figures, glass, landscapes and a giant rabbit.
Starlit mountains, floating boats, Mandela, touchable sculpture, a lichen jacket, Americana and weapons.
Photo London opens this week for its fifth edition. Building on the success of its first four editions, Photo London 2019 returns to Somerset House to showcase the very best of the past, present and future of photography.
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week include War, Beethoven, photography, a walk in kaleidoscope, planes and poverty.
A temple, sweeping architecture, sculpture, female artists, a car park and empty buildings.
ALMA ZEVI gallery in Venice presents Alain Baczynsky new exhibition HATUFIM a project Baczynsky has been working on for six years.
Robilant + Voena present the photographs of Ugo Mulas in an exhibition that reveals the power of Italian post-war art through a new lens. Curated by Francesca Pola in collaboration with the Archivio Ugo Mulas, the exhibition sheds light on the innovative approach undertaken by Mulas in photography.
This week’s Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see include: Elephants, enlightenment, cartoons, an overweight car and a bionic chimp.
This weeks Top 5 include Prostheses, a running track, bricks, metal and a cave.