Photography & Film
From Fox Talbot and Martin Parr to film festivals and biennales, this is the place to find the best shows from the stars of screen and lens across hundreds of UK museums, galleries and contemporary arts venues. Shoot away...
August Sander, Rankin and Martin Parr are a few of the artists in a photography festival taking over Liverpool's diverse array of galleries for the next month.
In Freud’s study, amid an unblinking collection of classical and Egyptian artefacts, David Blandy delivers lines of broken Hip-Hop verse to the psychoanalyst’s unoccupied seat.
Model Court, a collective of visual and conceptual artists, provides a striking interrogation of the controversial use of technology in universal jurisdiction.
Vitality, diversity and humour are the aims for curator David Thorp in a British Council touring show which brings the likes of David Shrigley and Martin Creed to West Bromwich.
Maurizio Anzeri creates imagined identities from found photographs and abstract embroidery as part of Diffusion, Cardiff's Biennial International Photography Festival.
In an exhibition of pinhole photographs at a central square in Birmingham, acclaimed photographer Tom Hunter takes a journey back into the country's industrial heritage and his own history.
Marc Wilson's project to photograph World War II defences has resulted in a thought-provoking series of ethereal "documentary landscapes" at Fort Nelson.
Cardiff's inaugural photography festival is also notable for international vantage points ranging from industrial Portugal to rural Norway.
David Shrigley, Laure Prouvost, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Tino Sehgal are the four artists who will compete for this year's Turner Prize.
Working with live butterflies and cut underwater flowers in his studio for 80 days, the photographer bases his new work on Dutch Master paintings and vanitas.
Growing up in an at-times hostile West London, Charlie Phillips began portraying the Caribbean community of the 1950s and 1960s. His photos are hidden stories of life.
Drawings, watercolours, etchings, paintings, animations and musical interpretations in a show pondering our inner and outer workings at the Exeter gallery.
Having seen deforestation on his native Brazilian farm, acclaimed photographer Sebastião Salgado went to five corners of the earth in pursuit of a portrait of the natural world.
Two recent graduates from the MFA course at Goldsmiths translate well to Northern Ireland with equal servings of catastprophe and mystery.
See some of the selected pictures ahead of the opening of a powerful showcase of environmental photography opening in London in April.