The Salt of the Earth, Wim Wenders’ tribute to Sebastião Salgado has been nominated at this year’s Academy Awards.
Twenty years on from Rwanda, Griselda Pollock looks at the questions Alfredo Jaar’s celebrated Rwanda Project raised in its approach to art and images of victimisation in post-traumatic cultures.
We are delighted to announce that our Visual Culture catalogue for 2014 has arrived.
We are delighted to spread the news that the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation have announced Philippa Brewster, Senior Visual Culture Editor at I.B.Tauris, as the 2014 Outstanding Contribution to Publishing recipient.
Our understanding of the First World War tends to focus on trench warfare, but by looking at the perspectives of British pilots the limitations of an army-centric approach is revealed.
Maria Walsh on how Cindy Sherman’s ‘Doll’ sculptures of the 1990s reveal a dynamic relationship between art and psychoanalysis.
If you can’t share a photograph of Marcel Proust playing air-guitar with a tennis racket when it’s the opening day of Wimbledon, when can you?
Circumnavigating the globe in a biplane, Richard Halliburton took the first aerial photograph of Mount Everest.
Royal Indian Portraits, 1840-1932.
In 1945, two men sought to record the destruction of war-torn Berlin.
Ian Walker retraces the steps of Ed Ruscha’s infamous photobook, Twentysix Gasoline Stations.