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Coulour of Change: Sri Lanka
(Stephen Champion)
Brunei Gallery
School of Oriental and African Thoughts
10 Thornhaugh St, London
June 15 2013 – June 22 2013

Leigh Ledare: An invitation
Kurfürtenstrasse 5/5a, Tiergarten Berlin
April 27 2013 – June 22 2013

Alexandra Bircken: Inside Out
Weydingerstrasse 10, Berlin
April 27 2013 – June 22 2013


Behind, A Camera in Front, A Hawza
(Massimiliano Fusari)
Brunei Gallery
School of Oriental and African Thoughts
10 Thornhaugh St, London
June 15 2013 – June 22 2013

See inside the personal and social space of the Hawza, the Muslim Shi’a seminaries. The exhibition explores the Hawza as a scholarly institution and a place of learning, whose aims are the transmission and re-formulation of religious knowledge, the training of future religious experts and the scholarly and popular religious leadership of the Shiite community. It follows that the Hawza’s social relevance, both in religious and political terms, is crucial and unavoidable.
Photos were taken in Syria and Bahrain in 2010, just before the beginning of the uprisings in both countries.
"These images do not wish to produce a definitive statement. Rather, I wish to suggest an interpretative path, so absolutely personal as the gaze is definitely mine, for the fascinating universe of the Hawza, a school, a social system a space of knowledge."
I look for photography that stays incomplete and unfinished, as to me images are permanently experienced, and completed by their interaction with audiences: by offering an unfinished path, I wish audiences will feel the need to engage with my work, and by doing so, experience, explore, challenge and question not only the represented subject and its author, but themselves too."
"What do you see, but much more importantly, how do you feel?"
Massimiliano Fusari, 2013
UK based Italian photographer Massimiliano Fusari is an established photojournalist and media consultant for international agencies and media companies, with a specific working background in the sensitive and often challenging area of Islamic Studies. Massimiliano will shortly complete his PhD on current processes of photographic and multimedia signification.


Hans-Peter Feldman
Johnen Galerie
Marienstrasse 10
Mitte, Berlin
April 26 2013 – June 22 2013

Jodie Carey: Immemorial
Neue Berliner Raüme
Erkelenzdamm 11-13
Kreuzberg, Berlin
April 27 2013 – June 30 2013

Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2013
The Photographers’ Gallery
Ramillies St, London
June 15 2013 – June 30 2013


ew Galerie
36, rue Falguière 75015, Paris
May 25  2013 — July 12  2013

Yossi Milo Gallery
245 Tenth Avenue, New York
May 23 2013 — July 12 2013

Stephen J Morgan: The Other Side of Everything
The Wapping Project Bankside
65a Hopton St, London
June 18 2013 – July 12 2013

0899 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, USA
February 23  2013 — July 18  2013

Martha Jungwirth: Pädagogisch wertlos
Galerie Cinzia Friedlander
Postdamer Starsse 105
Schönberg, Berlin
April 12 2013 – July 27 2013

The V&A: retrospective of the extraordinary career of megastar musician David Bowie
Victoria Albert Museum
Cromwell Road, London
23 March 2013 - 28 July 2013

N S Harsha: Tamasha
Daad Galerie
Zimmerstrasse 90
Mitte, Berlin
April 14 2013 – July 31 2013


Patrick Caulfield
Tate Britain
Millbank, London
June 14 2012 – September 1, 2012

Ellen Gallagher: AxME
Tate Modern
Bankside, London
June 14  2013 – September 1 2013

Katja Strunz: Drehmoment

Berlinische Galerie
Alte Jakobstrasse 24
Kreuzberg, Berlin
April 26 2013 – September 2 2013

Blumenfeld Studio: New York 1941-1960
(Erwin Blumenfeld)
Sormerset House, London
June 15 2013 – September 1 2013

Vermeer and Music: The Art of Love and Leisure
National Gallery
Trafalgar Square, London
June 26 2013 – September 8 2013

Sebastiao Salgado: Genesis
Natural History Museum
Crownwell Rd, London
June 16 2013 – September 8 2013

Dreams for those who are awake
Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA)
Petrovka 25, Moskow
March 1 2013 – September 9 2013

The Spirit of Utopia
(Yto Barrada, Peter Liversidge, Pedro Reyes and others)
Whitechapel Galley
77-82 Whitechapel
High Street, London
July 14 2013 – September 11 2013

Visions of the Universe
National Maritime Museum
Rommey Road, Greenwich, UK
June 15 2013 – September 15 2013

Coronation! 1953-2013
(John Chillingworth, Bert Hardy and others)
Westimnster Abbey, London
June 15 2013 – September 27 2013

Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910-1940
(Diego Rivera, José Orozco, Henri Cartier Bresson and others)
Royal Academy of Arts
Picadilly, London
July 6 2013 – September 29 2013

1649 El Prado San Diego, USA
February 02  2013 — October 13 2013 

Lowry: the Painting of Modern Life
Tate Britain
Millbank, London
June 25 2013 – October 20 2013

Victoriana: The Art of Revival

Guildhall Art Gallery
Guilhall Yard off Gresham St. London
September 7 2013 – December 8

Sarah Lucas
Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High St, London
October 2 2013 – December 15 2013

Charles Marville: Photographer in Paris
National Art Gallery Of Art
Washington DC, US
September 2013 – January 5 2014

Paul Klee
Tate Modern
Bankside, London
October 15 2013 – March 9 2014