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Jamila Prowse speaks to the artists about their approach to new, aquatic temporalities, from ocean to darkroom, as they have separate shows at Birmingham’s Eastside Projects

Stemming from a new investigation into the fatalities of the Irish revolution in County Cork, 'For Those That Tell No Tales' at Crawford Art Gallery reminds us why memory is important

BY Nigel Swann | 21 JUL 21

The author’s latest book, See/Saw: Looking at Photographs, condenses over 100 years of history into selected moments

BY Pádraig Ó Meiscill | 21 APR 21

The artist’s retrospective at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, recalls the political and economic changes of the German capital

BY Kito Nedo | 22 JAN 21

At Kicken Berlin the artist's work explores what it meant to be a woman in the German Democratic Republic

BY Anna Voswinckel | 16 DEC 20

In his home studio the artist explores pleasure, privilege and how ‘through our body, we bring our archives’

BY Kevin Brazil | 14 DEC 20

At Felix Gaudlitz, Vienna, a series of photographs by the French novelist beautifully captures the notion of intimacy

BY Max L. Feldman | 18 NOV 20

As an exhibition of his work heads to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the photographer speaks to poet Simone White about the changing landscape of Harlem and US institutions

BY Simone White AND Dawoud Bey | 29 OCT 20

The photographer has been capturing meetings with ordinary people on the streets of the UK for twelve years: now, he's bringing this body of work together for the first time

BY Jamie Hawkesworth | 07 OCT 20

For a new commission in east London, the artist is drawing on local histories to celebrate those that the UK government has turned its back on

BY Thomas J Price | 05 OCT 20

Premiering in Ireland at Dublin’s Gallery of Photography, Bowe’s series ‘Love’s Fire Song’ offers a welcome pause to reflect on the segregation of the north

BY Pádraig Ó Meiscill | 15 SEP 20

A public art exhibition by the artist whose life was claimed by the Grenfell Tower Fire is a salve for a wounded borough

BY Natalie Nzeyimana | 02 SEP 20

Smith – the subject of a new monograph by Aperture – evokes music and pace through her use of the blur

BY Jessica Lynne | 20 AUG 20

The late US photographer challenges perceptions of African Americans in a two-part series

BY Candice Nembhard | 04 AUG 20

The American poet – whose ‘Memory’ is now out from Siglio Press – on the poetics of synesthesia

BY Bernadette Mayer | 23 JUL 20

The artist’s current exhibition at Weiss Berlin is a nuanced critique of the notion of Black masculinity

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 23 JUL 20

Before Twitter, Félix Fénéon’s daily ‘novels in three lines’ made a literary art form of current affairs

BY Francesca Wade | 22 MAY 20

Despite being full of great work, this show is at once too broad in its remit and too narrow in its execution

BY Jennifer Higgie | 06 MAY 20

At Spelman College, the artist’s selection of images from the Johnson Publishing Company celebrates ‘a house that black entrepreneurship built’ 

BY Lauren DeLand | 04 MAY 20