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Romantic awe tussles with cold irony in an eclectic display of landscape photography
Celebrity outlaws and flashlit murder scenes are drawing the crowds
The four-day fair was under way when Friday’s events took place
For all their formal sophistication, Soth’s photographs are still about real life in the US
Photographs of disappearing New York storefronts fail to tell a story beyond a vague urban pessimism
The question posed by this exhibition of Sturtevant’s meticulous copies of famous works is: why?
A darkly dazzling survey of Latin American street photography
His life has been spent capturing images of human toil and struggle
The US photographer’s work finds poetry in the ordinary and meaning in the details
An ornately carved organ stands out amid otherwise spartan furnishings
This serious yet funny 1976 series prefigures everything Sherman has done since – and does not come cheap
The National Gallery’s autumn blockbuster aims to explore photography’s evolving relationship with the Old Masters. But where are today’s defining practitioners?
After 35 years since William Eggleston’s colour works were exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Mark Holborn charts the full extent of the photographer’s achievement
The photographs in this exhibition offer a potent social history of a diverse, dynamic city
With its acquisitions of 20th-century works, the Fundación Mapfre is now a key European institute, says Gareth Harris