All the best pho­tog­ra­phy ex­hi­bi­tions and shows from around the world

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Dougie Wal­lace

A close-up ex­plo­ration of the spend­ing habits of the os­ten­ta­tious su­per rich in Knights­bridge by ac­claimed street pho­tog­ra­pher Dougie Wal­lace. Read our in­ter­view with Wal­lace on page 18.

the prints pace Gallery, Lon­don

Free [Un­til 21 Oc­to­ber, 2015]


Jean-Vin­cent Si­monet

A sur­re­al­is­tic se­ries of im­ages from ex­per­i­men­tal young French pho­tog­ra­pher Jean-Vin­cent Si­monet, whose bold merges of colour and na­ture are in­spired by themes of ro­man­ti­cism, chaos and bes­tial­ity in the novel, The Songs of Mal­doror.

Foam, Am­s­ter­dam

¤ 10 [Un­til 25 Oc­to­ber, 2015]

Silent World

Michael Kenna

Kenna’s black-and-white ana­logue land­scape pho­tog­ra­phy has been likened to haiku po­ems. His ex­hi­bi­tion of over 100 hand-made prints makes for a calm­ing, al­most med­i­ta­tive view­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

BTV FO.KU.S, Inns­bruck

Free [Un­til 7 Novem­ber, 2015]

The rest is smoke

He­len Sear

Wales’ con­tri­bu­tion to the Venice Bi­en­nale is a mul­ti­me­dia show by award-win­ning pho­tog­ra­pher He­len Sear. It in­cludes a wall-sized com­pos­ite of stacked tree trunks, cap­tured in such de­tail that you can see ex­actly where the chain­saw hit the wood, while sounds of chain­saws drift through the room.

Santa Maria Ausil­i­atrice, Venice

Free [Un­til 22 Novem­ber, 2015]

Bruce Spring­steen and the E Street Band 1975

Bar­bara Pyle

Pyle started as a groupie, at­tend­ing as many Bruce Spring­steen gigs as she could. Even­tu­ally, she be­came known as the ‘of­fi­cial un­of­fi­cial pho­tog­ra­pher’ of the band, and was of­ten in­vited to at­tend stu­dio record­ings where she would cap­ture mu­sic history in the making. The ex­hi­bi­tion shows a se­ries of in­ti­mate be­hind-the-scenes pho­to­graphs taken dur­ing the record­ing of Born­toRun.

Snap Gal­leries, Lon­don

Free [Un­til 28 Novem­ber, 2015]

Mag­num Con­tact Sheets

Var­i­ous artists

We’ve all seen the de­ci­sive mo­ments cap­tured by revered Mag­num

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