Retrospective Of Fashion Photographer Horst At The V&A

Can 250 photographs tell the life story of a professional photographer? That’s what the retrospective Horst: Photographer of Style at the V&A tries to do, and we reckon it’s successful in its intent.

Horst: Photographer of Style, V&A - exhibition review

The exhibition's superb design leads us through 250 of Horst P Horst's fashion photographs in colour and black-and-white.

Second Floor: The Private Apartment of Mademoiselle Chanel - Saatchi Gallery

Sam Taylor-Johnson's photographic exhibition 'Second Floor', will feature a series of 34 photographs capturing the private rooms of Mademoiselle Chanel at 31 Rue Cambon in Paris. "Shooting at Coco Chanel's apartment was an unexpectedly absorbing experi

Coco at home

Images of the fashion legend’s home above the boutique at 31 rue Cambon go on show at London’s Saatchi Gallery.

Horst: Photographer of Style, Victoria and Albert Museum

This latest exhibition at the V&A is a giant tribute to the career of Horst P. Horst that is a delight to the eye, despite becoming slightly overwhelming towards the end. Featuring over 250 images of his work, this display shows how he enjoyed experim

A victory for style over substance in Horst's fabulous, perfect world

His images are unforgettable, but was he a great artist, asks Stephen Bayley.

Horst: Photographer of Style, Victoria & Albert Museum

If events in the middle east, the prospect of the school run or the onset of autumn are conspiring to lower your spirits, then escape to the V&A and immerse yourself in the dreamy elegance of Horst P. Horst’s magical fashion photographs spanning a caree

Bernd & Hilla Becher - Sprueth Magers

Over the past five decades, as both teachers and artists, Bernd and Hilla Becher have become among the most influential figures in contemporary photography. Featuring five typologies of industrial structures, as well as a number of single, large-scale pho

Lost world: Bernd and Hilla Becher's legendary industrial photographs

They are renowned for images of Germany's ominous water towers and monolithic coal bunkers, but the Bechers' body of work, majestic though it may be, belongs to the past now.

Seven things you need to know about Horst P Horst

The first big show of autumn focuses on legendary Vogue photographer Horst P Horst. But who was the man behind the iconic fashion shots and portraits of stars like Marlene Dietrich? Time Out finds out from exhibition curator Susanna Brown.