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...
Lynette Wallworth unveils her new video work at the South Bank this Friday with a visual and acoustic appreciation of organ music.
Swedish film maker John Skoog's curation of the Towner Art Collection, Near Dark, has brought the sparseness of Scandinavian film to bear on the work of Eric Ravilious.
There are 50 exhibitions and 90 events taking place in this year's festival in Glasgow. From forgotten sculptures to absurd animations, here are five highlights.
American photographer Tunick heads to Folkestone to create intimate portraits, which he hopes subjects willl be brave enough to share. Mark Sheerin hears more.
From pub crawls and cocktail evenings to farms, flour mills, music and knitting, the Late Shows return to the north-east across more than 50 venues. Here's what to expect.
Having initially been refused entry to the army due to extremely poor eyesight, Jack Kipling signed up before he was legally old enough. A postcard hints at his tragic tale.
An unusual collaboration at the Royal Geographic Society sees geographer Jay Appleton and photographer Simon Warner join forces to explore landscape appreciation.
Chosen from thousands of entrants, work by 100 artists has gone on display at York Art Gallery. See work by some of them in our gallery.
Christina Broom's photos show London at the outbreak of the First World War - including the son Rudyard Kipling sent to war.
Painters of the Apocalyptic Sublime influence Kelly Richardson's large-scale Mariner 9. Its reception in the north-east, says the artist, has been the highlight of her career.
British artist Shezad Dawood premieres a startling new film in Marrakech. Blue-skinned Gods, radical anthropology and the history of trade combine to intrigue interviewer Mark Sheerin.
From the East End and the Rolling Stones to journeys through Africa and Live Aid, David Bailey's glittering career results in more than 150 portraits, as Emily Beeson finds out.
The Director of Jerwood Film and Umbrella discusses the up-and-coming talents competing under this year's theme, What Will They See Of Me?
From Arsenal to Covent Garden, Singaporean photographer Yangchen Lin's Tubographical Transactions offers unusual - and often cheeky - views of the tube.
A fleet of artists including Tracey Emin, Tacita Dean and Yinka Shonibare feature in a dual-site exhibition at John Hansard Gallery and the SeaCity Museum.