The 10 Best photography books
Wildlife, nightlife, city life and the high life are all documented in these volumes of top-flight photos...
Wednesday 16 January 2013
Documenting the diversity of multicultural London, this show cases the work of more than 70 photographers and spans 150 years of city life.
Newton rose to fame working for French Vogue in the 1970s. This selection of his fashion editorials from 1960-80 is accompanied with text and anecdotes from Newton.
Photographs taken over one year in which Lanting roamed Botswana. The skill and ability he demonstrates is matched only by the awesomeness of his subject: the incredible wildlife of Africa.
This is the definitive collection of Davidson's work, which includes his coverage of the American civil-rights movement and his study of life in Spanish Harlem.
To mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Italian photographer Luigi Ghirri, Mack has produced a second edition of the first book he self-published in 1978, with an essay by curator Francesco Zanot.
The award-winning photographer Tim Flach has spent a lifetime investigating the close bond we have with animals. This collection is bursting with striking and inspirational images.
From the photographer behind the iconic image of the green-eyed Afghan girl, this collection demonstrates why McCurry is one of the most admired photojournalists.
With the Arab Spring still a close memory, there has never been a more poignant time to release this collection of photographs charting the impact of revolution.
A study of photographer Marc Asnin's uncle and godfather, Charlie Henschke, taken over 30 years, showing Heschke's unrelenting descent into poverty, but also Asnin's hero-worship of him.
From Grace Kelly to Kate Moss, this is a homage to the cult of celebrity, and its photographers, showing that even this controversial genre can become an art form.
Art Piece taken off website amid 'severe security alert'
Maisie Williams single-handedly rises to the challengeTV
Academy criticised after no non-white actors nominated
tvAn expose of hooliganism masquerading as an ideological battle
artLee Hadwin can't draw when he's awake, but by night he's an artist
‘Remember the attackers are a cold-blooded, crazy minority’, says Blek le Rat
Arts & Ents blogs
- 1 Rowan Atkinson to sell £10 million McLaren 'supercar' he crashed into a tree and a lamppost
- 2 The truth about 'girl things': Three cheers for Heather Watson's honesty
- 3 Man who held up 'hire me' sign at Waterloo station returns a year later with 'I'm hiring' sign
- 4 Saudi preacher who 'raped and tortured' his five -year-old daughter to death is released after paying 'blood money'
- 5 Men behaving badly: Urinating while standing, 'manspreading' and the gendering of selfishness
Heavy metal producer's corpse to be mutilated by models as per his dying wish
Benedict Cumberbatch says Hollywood is better for black British actors: 'I think as far as coloured actors go it gets really difficult in the UK'
Pixie Geldof signs recording deal with Stranger Records
Belle & Sebastian interview: Stuart Murdoch reveals how the band is taking a new direction
Diana Krall: The jazz singer on being friends with Elton John, outer space and skiing in Dubai
British Muslim leaders outraged after Eric Pickles says followers of Islam should 'prove their identity'
UK terror fears: My jihadist son returned from Syria mentally scarred – now he is being ignored
Nigel Farage: NHS might have to be replaced by private health insurance
Billy Crystal: 'Stop shoving gay sex scenes in my face'
'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
French court convicts three over homophobic tweets, in case hailed as a 'significant victory' by LGBT rights campaigners