“Ruins” by Gabriele Tinti and Marton Csokas

Bodies, much like the people who house them, are vastly different. How we understand them, then, is largely dependent on how they’re shown to us. Photography — or the two-dimensional renderings we encounter upon first blush — introduce us to those bodies, but offer something else, too.

Dan Beaumont Takes Five

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Stepping into new rooms with Daniel Daley and Nineteen85 of dvsn

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Shogo Misumi from Bounjour Records journeys through the sonic plane

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A look inside with photographer Pat Martin, Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize winner

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Seeing Cindy Sherman With National Portrait Gallery’s Magda Keaney

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Londoner Saira Niazi’s Walking Tour Of A City Forever In Flux

A city is a living thing. How one traverses and learns its multi-layered, urban landscape should be an exercise in movement, an active call and response with the ground we walk on. Saira Niazi knows this. So well, in fact, that she might as well show you. Here, the London-native unlocks her city and recounts her peripatetic wanderings in amber, looking back and ahead at the possibility of place.