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...
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.
For International Women's Day, Culture24 picks out the best exhibitions by women artists in UK museums and galleries during 2016.
Giant coffins and Gas Contamination Rooms: Nine pictures from the Bank of England's photographic vault
A new exhibition at the Bank's museum includes views of a hidden operating theatre used during World War Two and the rediscovered coffin of giant 18th century bank clerk William Jenkins.
Artist's Statement: Joanna Lipper on photographing Nigerian chief, artist and social entrepreneur Nike Davies-Okundaye
The award-winning photographer, filmmaker and Harvard Lecturer on working with the star of her photo exhibition, The Power Of One Woman, which is at London's Gallery Of African Art.
Embark on a stunning journey through space with Otherworlds: Visions of our Solar System, a new photographic exhibition at the Natural History Museum.
David Bowie Is: V&A curators praise Groninger Museum as blockbuster exhibition opens in the Netherlands
More than two years after setting off on a worldwide tour from the V&A, David Bowie Is has arrived in Groningen, the largest city in the northern Netherlands.