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Reading Time: 16 minutes “To face the camera is to open a conversation, to make yourself both vulnerable and powerful at once,” says Muholi in an interview begun before lockdown, ahead of the South African artist’s planned survey exhibition at Tate Modern opening this autumn
Reading Time: 5 minutes In his latest exhibition, Fader presents Best Lives — portraits made by and for the queer community — alongside a powerful digital installation that maps LGBTQ hate crimes in America
Reading Time: 3 minutes Beyond the cherry blossoms, festivals, and buzzing nightlife, Dan Bailey’s photographs of Tokyo offer a deeper discussion about Japan’s history and its sense of national and individual identity
Reading Time: 5 minutes The subjects of Mirror Portraits contemplate themselves from multiple angles — from within each portrait, and beyond them
Reading Time: 8 minutes A four-day virtual festival showcases several of Neshat’s award-winning films from 20 to 24 June. To mark the event, we revisit an interview with the Iranian artist discussing her latest body of work Land of Dreams
Reading Time: 6 minutes Lonely walks at “the first light of day” and embroidered diaries of things she “could not express with words” inform the work of Joana Choumali, the first African to win the Prix Pictet award
Reading Time: 9 minutes Opening this week, a timely exhibition at the Barbican explores how masculinity has been coded and performed since the 1960s. We speak to curator Alona Pardo about destabilising and debunking the myths surrounding it.
Reading Time: 7 minutes An Arctic town plunged into darkness for two months of the year, and known as “ground zero for climate change”, provided Mark Mahaney with the impetus for his first personal project.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Adriano Marzi’s long-term documentation of flower production in Ethiopia sheds light on a mostly female workforce subjected to low wages