Photography & Film
From Fox Talbot and Martin Parr to film festivals and photo biennales, this is the place to find the best exhibitions and gallery events from the stars of screen and lens at hundreds of UK museums, photography galleries and contemporary art venues. Shoot away...
Michael Constantine, the Manager of the National Civil War Centre in Newark, on the art galleries in the new building - including images from the civil wars in Greece and Libya.
A new Science Museum retrospective will offer visitors the chance to appreciate the innovative work of one of the first female photographers.
The Clash, The Specials, Sex Pistols, Elvis Costello, David Bowie, Thin Lizzy and The Who make up part of the photographed line-up at National Museum Cardiff this summer.
Artists come from such strange places: Glenn Ligon talks abstraction, discrimination and Nottingham Contemporary
New York artist Glenn Ligon tells Culture24 about his first curatorial project, which brings diverse influences together for Nottingham Contemporary show Encounters and Collisions
Miranda Gavin runs the rule over Look/15, Liverpool's biennial photographic festival, which in 2015 is exploring themes of women, migration and memory.
"Photography is a powerful tool": Artist Rut Blees Luxemburg on her new exhibition at the Museum of London
In a major new exhibition at the Museum of London, the Shoreditch artist, known for creating the cover art for the album Original Pirate Material, looks at upheaval in the City of London.
Lee Miller's photographs of Picasso to be showcased in major Scottish National Portrait Gallery exhibition
Telegrams sent by Lee Miller to her husband, Roland Penrose, during the Second World War are among the highlights of a major summer show co-created by Penrose's son.
Opening in May, a major new exhibition of paintings and photography by David Hockney will focus on the artist's use of perspective.
The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize runner-up on her series of photos, shot on location in Kabul, which are about to go on display at the Saatchi Gallery.
Loved by Hilary Mantel and mentored by American photographer Stephen Shore, photographer George Miles explains how his Views of Matlock Bath came into being.
The Man Ray protégé and fan of dismembered mannequin legs provides a seductive exhibition of vogue advertising prints from a 40-year career.