The British-French artist calls his first encounter with photography a “brief flirtation”. Louise Benson traces how the relationship has developed in his dizzying installations, collages, and ideas of home
The German photojournalist has spent over six decades travelling the globe, capturing everything from Korean War veterans to the smallpox epidemic in 1960s Bihar. A new exhibition in Berlin assesses the artist with “an unerring sense of contemporary history.”
The Manx photographer spent decades highlighting the plight of working-class communities in northern England. A long-overdue retrospective reveals the enduring potency of that work.
From early works to later evolutions, a retrospective spanning 40 years of the influential artist’s life oeuvre goes on show at the National Portrait Gallery
Cindy Sherman’s first UK retrospective goes on show at the National Portrait Gallery, London from 27 June – 15 September, 2019.
Titled Cindy Sherman, the exhibition will feature around 180 works, including the seminal series Untitled Film Stills. Shot from 1977-1980 in New York, the 70-strong series cemented both her reputation and her approach – manipulating her own appearance to explore the complex relationship between facade and reality.