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...
Working from the time passed since each war portrayed, Tate Modern's huge new exhibition takes Kurt Vonnegut's SlaughterHouse-Five as an initial influence.
Social documentary, portraiture and contemporary art photography feature in a typically eclectic shortlist for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2015.
A summer 2015 exhibition of both classic and rarely=seen photographs will remind visitors of Audrey Hepburn's roots at the National Portrait Gallery.
Following the unexpected death of her brother, Elaine Vizor entered photography in 2008. One of her portraits has been selected for this year's Prize at the National Portrait Gallery.
Damaged spines and scratched covers figure heavily in photographer Mark Vessey's portrayal of Shakespeare, carefully lined up in a new artwork for the bard's 400th birthday in 2016.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival photographer Idil Sukan has announced an exhibition of around 200 photos in London next year - and the high-profile sitters are game for a laugh.
A three-part reappraisal of the late US artist's work features appropriations of fashion magazines and pornography, made between 1977 and 1982. Kirstie Brewer peruses the poses.
The co-curator on Amore e Piombo: The Photography of Extremes in 1970s Italy, which is part of the current Brighton Photo Biennial at the city's Museum and Art Gallery.
In a Museum of London commission, Kasia Wozniak has used a mid-19th century plate technique to take on the work of Arthur Conan Doyle. Her work, she explains, is a kind of alchemy.
The Brighton Photo Biennial exhibition of postcards by the rebellious Co-Optic group of the 1970s captures the radical social and political climate of the time, says its curator.