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...
"They are angry for a reason": Artist who created portraits of migrants in Nottingham vows to love leave voters "as family"
Read the thoughts of the migrants in Nottingham portrayed by Mahtab Hussain - the artist whose exhibition, Commonality of Strangers, opened in Sicily on the day of the referendum result.
Mental health, a dog in a gallery and ever-evolving museums: Rankin on the Art Fund Museum of the Year photo finalists
Leading photographer Rankin has picked one image of each finalist museum from hundreds of entries. Who will you choose in the public vote?
Often containing portraits from the peripheries, little-known freelance photographer Dick Scott-Stewart's photos of late 1970s and post-punk London have just opened at the Museum of London.
Show Room: Artist Felicity Hammond prods London's property bubble with Language of Living commission
Working somewhere between photography, sculpture, property promotional materials and contemporary art, Felicity Hammond has made a candy-coloured room for Brighton's HOUSE Festival.
The UK's largest photography fair opens for four days at Somerset House this weekend, accompanied by exhibitions and events across the capital.
Shakespeare 400: Art and theatre meet in spectacular Compton Verney and Royal Shakespeare Company exhibition
See some of the beautiful images and discover the Shakespeare in Art: Tempests, Tyrants and Tragedy at Compton Verney.
Win a copy of the beautiful monograph of photographs by pioneering photographer Helen Muspratt as featured in the current exhibition at Pallant House Gallery.
Artist's Statement: Recreating the fish guts, scales and blood of the women who drove Britain's herring industry
Katie Scarlett Howard has spent two years looking at the British herring industry's past, focusing on the fisherwomen from Scotland who travelled each year to "follow the Herring".
A unique album of photographs by Gertrude Jekyll containing fifty-nine platinum prints dating from between 1885 and 1886 has been acquired by the Garden Museum.