Major show of Vivian Maier—a Chicago nanny who was also a secretive street photographer—is heading to the UK
Laura Knight and Ingrid Pollard exhibitions also part of year-long women artists programme at MK Gallery in Milton Keynes
A year after Covid-19 is confirmed as a pandemic, World Press Photo prize reminds us of photography's vital role in playing witness to history
Highest prize for photojournalism includes images from 28 countries that capture a year when the coronavirus intertwined with global issues of social injustice and territorial conflicts
This Picasso photo puzzle has stumped experts. Can you help solve it?
The identity of those posing with the master remains a mystery a century after the picture was taken
Art X Lagos fair supports frontline photographers in Nigeria who are documenting anti-police brutality protests
Images capturing unrest will be shown during the next edition of the fair
Virtual photography show reveals modern Lebanon's many layers of tragedy
Lebanon Then and Now: Photography from 2006 to 2020 hosted by Washington, DC's Middle East Institute is both timely and prescient
After allegations of child abuse imagery in their archive, Magnum photo agency announce major review
Experts call for a “transparent” investigation ran by an independent expert in child protection, and to “urgently investigate the conduct” of some its members
Pace Gallery shuts down homophobic slurs on Instagram over Peter Hujar photographs
In Pride Month post, gallery speaks out against "individuals who wish to degrade marginalised communities"
When nothing is sacred, nothing can be subversive: photographs of London’s Soho captured in catalogue
The area’s heyday in the mid 20th century has been obliterated by commercial exploitation
To cut down on travel pollution, Italian Vogue eschews photo shoots in favour of artists' illustrations
Photojournalist Shahidul Alam—who served time for his activism—gets retrospective at the Rubin Museum
After spending months in a Bangladeshi jail, the artist continues to speak out against injustice
Paris Photo turns its lens on youth in preparation for 2020 New York launch
Photography fair opens this week in French capital with a section focussing on marginalised artists
‘If I don’t like your pictures, I can destroy everything': a photographer's intimate—but risky—shoots with Louise Bourgeois
In his new book the photographer Jean-François Jaussaud details how he gained the trust of the late French artist
Huge photos of school children to appear on London billboards as part of Steve McQueen’s Tate initiative
The outdoor exhibition across the capital is a forerunner to the filmmaker’s Year Three Project at Tate Britain
ArchiveFakes & copies
Police investigate allegedly fake photographs sold at Artcurial Deauville
The works were supposedly from the artist’s family and "rediscovered"
Beuys returns to Schloss Moyland after refurbishment
Some works will not be on display, lest the museum incur a €250,000 copyright fine
Stopping the passage of time: Colour photography conservation
A new technique aims to prevent colour prints from fading—but is it legal?
Barbara Kruger case: Art trumps right to privacy
A US Federal court has thrown out the case against artist Barbara Kruger for her appropriation of a 1960 photo, and against the Whitney Museum and LA MoCA for selling goods reproducing the offending image
MoMA is selling $19 million worth of Eugène Atget images
“We have a practice of letting go of things, even of high quality, in order to in order to buy older, expensive photographs”
Vintage photos from MoMA to be auctioned at Sotheby's
The museum is to deaccession duplicates from its collection
Books: Caroline Tisdall's new book is the way to go on anything Beuys
This substantial volume, predominantly photographic, is the comprehensive account of Joseph Beuys’s life and work
"Workers: an archaeology of the industrial age"
Synopsis of Sebastião Salgado's reissued paperback.