Artist Barney Kulok considers the relationship between photography and architecture
Tampering with photographs is common practice for artists today; this exhibition demonstrated that the strategy is even more relevant for Middle Eastern photographers.
Willie Doherty’s latest body of work focuses on the sense of alienation to be found in Zurich’s peripheral spaces. Martin Jaeggi assesses the photographs and video.
Prajna Desai reviews A Village in Bengal, an exhibition of Chirodeep Chaudhuri’s photographs at Project 88, Mumbai.
Designer Rob Giampietro assesses the legacy of ECM Records, which was recently surveyed in an exhibition at the Haus der Kunst, Munich, and its related catalog.
Critic Noemi Smolik reviews the recent exhibition Dear Aby Warburg, What Can Be Done with Images?
Isabel Stevens reviews Dayanita Singh: File Museum, an exhibition of a new work at Frith Street Gallery, London.
Isabel Stevens reviews Everything Was Moving: Photography from the 60s and 70s at the Barbican Art Gallery, London.
Fourteen shows consider how the camera, rather than just being an instrument of mediation, might sometimes take hold of reality instead.