This mean and moody shot of American baseball player Babe Ruth circa 1927 was taken by Nickolas Muray and can be seen at the Victoria and Albert Museum from 14 November to 26 January. American Photography from 1890 to 1965 crosses the ocean from the Museum of Modern Art in New York and includes a 1959 look at New York’s Park Avenue and the GanoGrain Elevator of Western Kansas of 1939. Also included are images taken with Kodak’s first snapshot cameras through to those of Richard Avedon and Margaret Bourke-White.
Castle paradise, digital ramblings through the detritus of contemporary culture and an invitation to viewers to condense their own image of God. You can experience all this simultaneously in Cambridge, London, Colchester, Southend, Southampton, Middlesborough and Oldham between 17 October and 24 December. On a Clear Day is a digital exhibition of the work of Peter Boyd Joines Anderson and others. A brochure and CD accompany the show. Call John on 01707 390841 for details.