All the best photography exhibitions and shows from around the world
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]
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.
¤ 10 [Until 25 October, 2015]
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
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
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
We’ve all seen the decisive moments captured by revered Magnum