Photography

Farah Al Qasimi
Beneath the Fantasy

Farah Al Qasimi’s photography suggests that cultural difference between the Middle East and the East Coast is little more than a matter of perspective.

Lisa Jahovic
Bridging the Magical with the Absurd

What would the natural movement of a chair be? And that of a pillow? Or an iron? The artist explores an uncanny yet absurd dimension of everyday objects in her new solo show.

Sitara Thalia Ambrosio
Humanising the Dehumanised

The photo journalist has followed the daily lives of a handful LGBTQ+ Ukrainian people under siege. The result is a compelling project that’s now published as a photo book.

Paolo Roversi
A world of darkness and light

The more than fifty years of work of one of the biggest legends of fashion photography are compiled at Palais Galliera for an exhibition of beauty and skill.

Magazzini Fotografici
A Soul Space

Enriching and nurturing art and culture for supporting sustainable tourism and emerging artists in one of the biggest, most visited Italian cities, Naples.

Juanita Escobar: Orinoco - Frontera de agua
Visual Marks Left by the Earth, River and Jungle

On view through June 9 at the Bronx Documentary Center, this exhibition tells the often tragic stories of the indigenous women living at the Colombia-Venezuela border.

Willy Vanderperre
The Naïve Power of Youth

If you’re in your twenties and struggling, or reflecting on your tumultuous youth, Willy Vanderperre’s lens offers a solace and our chat proves invaluable.

Palm* Photo Prize 2024
Unearthing Photography’s Finest

The photo contest has named its twenty finalist artists while preparing to display all 107 shortlisted artists at the Melkweg Expo in Amsterdam.

Living Beautifully in Paris by Mathilde Favier
A Glimpse of Paris

Mathilde Favier, Global PR Director at Couture Dior, presents her book 'Living Beautifully in Paris': a unique insight into the city through her experiences.

Bertille Bak: Out of Breath
The Importance of Work, Community, and Justice

The Jeu de Paume in Paris is hosting the artist’s solo exhibition until May 12, where she draws attention to the unfair conditions of communities around the world.