A new exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary reveals how renegade Grace Jones subverted Western archetypes of Black women and gender binaries.
An impassioned communist radicalised at the end of World War I, John Heartfield created subversive photomontages to combat Nazi propaganda in ’30s Germany.
A new exhibition is looking back on the London neighbourhood’s rebellious peak – a time when it was at the forefront of experimentation, creativity and freedom.
The World Press Photo Award winner’s first solo exhibition is a meditation on the country’s kaleidoscopic street life.
In English as a Second Language, photographers Joyce Ng and Hanna Moon reflect on the power of fashion photography in shaping society’s perceptions of beauty.
As a young person, it often feels like you don’t have a voice. However, a new exhibition seeks to change that, inviting teenage photographers to tackle subjects from identity to homelessness.
In association with London Surf / Film Festival, Huck and Rob Machado present an exhibition celebrating the stars of Taylor Steele’s seminal videos.
For Latin American Foto Festival, the Melrose neighbourhood will act as one vast, public gallery, showcasing work from Latin America’s most exciting names.
A major new exhibition – the first of its kind outside of Mexico – will celebrate the radical artist’s inimitable sense of style.
A new Barbican show explores photography’s enduring fascination with subcultures, with work from Bruce Davidson, Larry Clark and Daido Moriyama.
In a new exhibition, the work of photographers David Neman, Tom Palluch and Christian Kage comes together to investigate the idea that growing up isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Despite being shot almost half a century apart, Matt Black and Elliott Erwitt’s monochromatic photos of the US operate in graphic tandem.