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.

Julie Blackmon: Home Grown - The Photographers Gallery

Homegrown is Blackmon's first solo exhibition in the UK and follows her previously acclaimed series Domestic Vacations 2008. Homegrown (2009 - 2014) continues to explore Blackmon’s interest with both the harmony and disarray of everyday life. Thes

America, the banal and the bizarre: Julie Blackmon's Homegrown exhibition in pictures

Kids recreating Abbey Road on a bleak US street, a Halloween dress rehearsal, a little girl lies in bliss beside her Sharpie in her first solo UK show, the US photographer explores the harmony and disarray of everyday life in America in spooky, charming i

The Epilogue - Laia Abril

This is the story of the Robinson family - and the aftermath suffered in losing their 26 year old daughter to bulimia. Working closely with the family Laia Abril explores the dilemmas and struggles confronted by many young girls and their families; the pr

'I don't know how to get better': Laia Abril shows the hell of eating disorders

The Spanish photographer's sombre and affecting photobook The Epilogue tells the story of Cammy Robinson, who died at 26 as a result of bulimia.

Tom Wood: Landscapes - Ffotogallery

This exhibition of work presents unseen and unpublished works spanning forty years by the renowned photographer. Known mainly as a photographer of people, his landscape photography is relatively unknown. The selection on display were taken in response

Primrose: Early Colour Photography in Russia

Beginning with a period when photographs were precious souvenirs, this survey explores the importance of a medium we now regard as commonplace.

Skinheads 1979 -1984 - Derek Ridgers

"In early '79 I was already engaged in what eventually turned out to be a lengthy photographic study of the New Romantics (though back then they were not known as such). I'd been documenting this nascent scene in the Soho nightclub 'Billy's' and, one even

Skinheads: a photogenic, extremist corner of British youth culture

With their short hair and swastikas offsetting neat clothes, the skinheads street photographer Derek Ridgers found roaming UK youth culture in the late-70s made a virtue of visual and social disruption.

Cecil Beaton's brutally honest opinions of the stars he photographed revealed

Cecil Beaton's private diary entries revealing his witty and unsparing thoughts on the many stars he photographed are revealed in a new book