The MA in Artists' Film Goldsmiths, University of London is an intensively taught programme, designed for practitioners who want to develop their work and professional networks to a level that enables them to pursue a career in the competitive industry.

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Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna, stages a monographic exhibition that explores the legacy of Allan Sekula. Charting the artist’s research into the world’s largest and increasingly fragile hydrosphere – our oceans – the solo show provides an aquatic perspective that compliments terrestrial discourses on the environment.

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#fromthearchives Pioneer of street photography Saul Leiter captured city life in mid-20th century New York City with an inimitable sense of composition, humour and grace, fusing aspects of fashion, documentary and architectural photography alongside portraiture and still life.

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Timothy Taylor, London, unveils an exhibition of works by celebrated Catalan artist Antoni Tàpies (1923–2012) that, for the most part, have never been shown outside of Spain before. Emerging in the period between 2004 until the artist’s death, these late pieces, often monumental in size, reveal the artist at his most vigorous.

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The World Made New at Pi Artworks, London, explores five artists’ reconceptions of history and landscape. Often departing from superficial reality, the diverse narrative practices of Sovay Berriman, Ilana Halperin, Iz Öztat, Lindsay Seers, and Michelle Williams Gamaker suggest another kind of truth. From 7 April.

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Can you name five female artists? This question is being proposed by the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC, throughout the whole of March, not as a test of artistic knowledge but more importantly as a statement of the blatant gender inequality in the art world.

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For his first solo exhibition with Lisson Gallery, New York, Mexican artist Pedro Reyes presents a group of new sculptures made from volcanic stone, marble and concrete. Surrounding these are over 150 works on paper, installed floor-to-ceiling on the gallery walls. This is the first presentation to feature drawings by Reyes at such scale or diversity.

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#fromthearchives Drawn to bold structures, shapes and lines, self-taught photographer Jürgen Schrepfer explores cityscapes with a camera, uncovering moments of artistic beauty in the modern metropolis. Schrepfer is a mechanical engineer, which explains the attraction to the constructed corners of urban landscapes.

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The 12th edition of Art Madrid Contemporary Art Fair opens today and runs until 26 February at the Galería de Cristal of CentroCentro Cibeles. Also recognised as Art Madrid´17, the fair will welcome 50 contemporary galleries, each presenting a wide variety of artists working in various media, across five days.

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#fromthemagazine American photographer J Bennett Fitts analyses the topography of landscape. Throughout his dynamic collections, facets of life are captured with an attention to form and placement. In Industrial Landscap[ing] all the images display interesting contrasts between urbanity and nature; deeply saturated blues are placed against the muted palettes of utopian structures.

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The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts', at the University of East Anglia (UEA), Norwich, Masters of Japanese Photography exhibition showcases three of the most prominent practitioners of the second half of the 20th century: Nobuyoshi Araki, Eikoh Hosoe and Kikuji Kawada.

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French photographer Emmanuel Georges takes viewers on a journey through the familiar and diminishing concept of the American Dream. In a new publication from Hatje Cantz, the artist captures memories of lost times through the lens of an analogue, large-format camera.

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#fromthearchives Based in Sydney, UK-born photographer Corrie Bond translates a love of light – whether natural or artificial – into a sophisticated portfolio. Softly-nuanced silhouettes are central to the works, which have been commissioned for numerous editorials with clients such as Marie Claire, NY Times, InStyle and Sony.

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Heat Maps is a new body of work by Richard Mosse, on view at Jack Shainman, New York. In the chaotic and polarising new era of Brexit, Marine Le Pen, Donald Trump and other signs of a radical shift to the extreme right, this project charts the refugee crisis unfolding across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.

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In dialogue with the Serpentine Galleries', London, survey show of John Latham, Speak at the Sackler Gallery brings together contemporary artists – Tania Bruguera, Douglas Gordon, Laure Prouvost and Cally Spooner – whose diverse practices expand upon Latham’s ideas.

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From 3 March to 23 April, The Photographers' Gallery, London, showcases a selection of early works from Martin Parr. Known best for honest and often critical portrayals of the Great British public, the 64-year-old has been unafraid to capture humanity in the exact light through which he experiences the phenomena.

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The Ends of Collage at Luxembourg & Dayan, New York, unfolds across three platforms, each offering a different perspective from which to review the medium of collage and its legacies. The title chosen for the exhibition refers literally and metaphorically to the place where collage fulfils its calling — at the ends or edges of pictures and fragments.

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#fromthearchives Guillaume Grasset Photography has a simple methodology to allow for maximum impact – only one image per building. Working in the dead of night, he relies on the unnatural glow of artificial light, which makes the dwellings appear all the more unsettling.

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Diffusion 2017 looks at the concept of "revolution" in its widest context, investigating moments of social change, movements around freedom of expression, the pursuit of utopias, human rights and identity. Through the prism of photography and lens-based media, the festival examines dramatic and wide-reaching changes over the last hundred years to the way we live.

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Melbourne Design Week examine the value of innovation, showcasing the work of regional and international creatives in a city-wide programme. An initiative of the Victorian Government, in collaboration with the National Gallery of Victoria, the 10-day event comprises talks by leading experts, and industry focused shows, tours and panel discussions.

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