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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.
Cardiff's inaugural photography festival is also notable for international vantage points ranging from industrial Portugal to rural Norway.
Ahead of the deadline for the £2.2 million asking price at the end of February, Oxford's Bodleian Library has been awarded £1.2 million towards securing a major collection once owned by the forefather of British photography.
The evident existential possibilities of the photo shooting gallery are explored - with the help of some intellectual lions - in this playful group show at the Photographer's Gallery.
Little is known about the man behind this intriguing collection of early photography, but the subjects reveal a life spent travelling overseas as well as a love of his local area.
The contemporary artist takes over one of the last remaining corrugated iron churches for an atmospheric trip through history, photography and the moving image.
The National Media Museum explores our fascination with movement for the Cultural Olympiad, including a new commission filmed at the UK Olympic training centre.
Six rooms of more than 100 pictures in Swansea showcase the work of pioneers from across the continent who produced some of the very first images of life in their country.
The V&A Museum of Childhood is hosting the first exhibition devoted solely to Julia Margaret Cameron's pioneering photographs of children.
Douglas Gordon, Jeremy Deller and Donovan Wylie headline the boutique Bradford festival full of exhibitions, events and trails based on a theme of Evidence.
Experimental Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto has been using his unusual techniques to capture lightning and to revisit the earliest negatives of William Henry Fox Talbot.
The Royal Academy is celebrating the birth of modern photography by looking at the giants of Hungarian photography and their infuence thoughout the 20th century.
The revered photography pioneer presents shots snapped up by The Sunday Times Magazine from the 1960s and 1970s.
Early pioneers of photography from the south west are brought to the fore at Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery.
Rarely-seen black and white portraits from two pioneering 19th century photography stars have debuted in Cumbria.