Named The Times and The Sunday Times’ top ranked arts university in 2023, Falmouth is home to eight photography courses – but what is it that sets each of them apart?
Condé Nast’s magazines were pioneering in their support of artists including Lee Miller, Irving Penn, Edward Steichen and Diane Arbus. What do their pictures of actors, politicians and writers tell us about how culture is constructed?
Inspired by movement, the photographer and athlete is driven by her investigations of the space between performance and the camera
Marc Vallée’s self-published zine takes us into an East End student house, featuring queer fashion, pop culture, and newfound freedoms
As the definitive book of the late photographer’s career lands, collaborator and ICP curator David Campany reflects on Klein’s restless, polymathic genius
Blending fine-art, commercial, and editorial images, Roe Ethridge questions compositional norms and artistic propriety
We speak to Alessia Glaviano, director of fashion photography festival PhotoVogue, about how this year’s responds to her question: What would Susan Sontag say?
From New York drag queens to rituals in Benin and Togo, and religious folklore in Mexico and Italy, the Arles exhibition interprets the legacy of worldwide coded traditions that influence how people dress
Set up by photographic agency East in 2019, the Dalston space has shown work by rostered artists as well as third-party exhibitors. As Geeting’s The Marble opens this Friday, we find out more about the gallery and its ethos
Tension and discomfort: Marysia Swietlicka’s practice is driven by themes of religion, eroticism, illness and spirituality
The Polish photographer’s work is often rooted in the political and social landscape of her home country