5 To See: This Weekend

For 23-25 June, we take our first transatlantic trip of the summer season. Gagosian presents Carsten Höller’s playful sculptures, whilst MAC pays tribute to Olafur Eliasson’s environmentally-linked practice.

Influencing Exchange

The Korea/UK season kickstarts a year of cultural dialogues between two countries. 20 institutions across play host to a sequence of creative events.

Identity Politics

More than 60 photographs by the South African visual activist photographer Zanele Muholi will on display at Autograph ABP, London, this summer.

Alternate Perceptions

Hella Jongerius’ Breathing Colour is a new collection of dynamic commissions that investigate how light conditions alter the viewer’s understanding of form.

5 To See: Art Basel

Throughout the weekend, the city of Basel is transformed by close to 100,000 visitors, 4,000 artists, 291 galleries and 100 large-scale pieces.

Questioning Representation

Art, Justice and Terror is a day of debate curated by London College of Communication, in response to War of Terror by Edmund Clark.

Utopian Constructions

Tomás Saraceno’s Aerosolar Journeys investigates sustainable ways of navigating the environment, enabled through multi-disciplinary research.

Photographic Brilliance

The V&A expands its vast photography section with the transfer of the Royal Photographic Society collection from the Science Museum Group.

Emerging Perspectives

Opening for submissions on 12 June, Saatchi Gallery, London, is launching a new photography competition following on from the success of #SaatchiSelfie.

AAP: Creating Connections

Griselda Goldsbrough draws upon the works in this year’s Art Prize to explore the different ways in which we can benefit from connecting with the arts.

Contemporary Regeneration

photo basel is Switzerland’s first international art fair dedicated to photography-based art, bringing together galleries from around the world.

Intimate Visions

Magnum’s Closer square print sale ends today, an initiative that considers the notion of proximity and social immersion through pioneering photographers.

Common Humanities

Fazal Sheikh offers a corrective to a climate of fear and distrust of the other. Homelands and Histories looks at current political discourses.

5 To See: This Weekend

For the weekend of 9-11 June, we delve into the theme of motion and transition with work by Rinko Kawauchi, Alexander Calder and Chiharu Shiota.

Suspended Existence

Now on show at The Photographer’s Gallery, London, Evgenia Arbugaeva’s Amani reveals the historic story of the Malaria Research Station.

Marina Abramović: Conceptual Movement

The latest retrospective of Marina Abramović at the Louisiana sees the gallery approach the major figure through the conceptualised theme of cleansing.

Chromatic Parallels

Michael Hoppen Gallery examines Harry Gruyaert’s innovative use of colour photography to create chromatic parallels across disparate locations.

Social Definition

Paul Kasmin Gallery’s Farewell Transmission is a two-venue showcase of sculptures by Roxy Paine, spanning the spaces at 293 and 297 Tenth Avenue.

Expressive Regeneration

NMWA, Washington DC, considers the concepts of specta­cle and transcendence; Revival looks at how female artists achieve emotional connections,

Shifting Climates

One of the highlights of Aarhus’s year as European Capital of Culture, the ARoS Triennial considers the relationship of art and nature throughout history.

Alex Da Corte: Possessive Illusion

Opening at secession, Vienna, Alex Da Corte’s Slow Graffiti features immersive installations that submerge the audience within vivid constructions.

5 To See: This Weekend

Our 5 To See for 2-4 June brings us into the summer season: The Whitworth challenges borders and Sprüth Magers rejoices in a dynamic flurry of light.

Conceptualised Topography

Artist Victoria Lucas draws inspiration from JG Ballard’s Concrete Island in a show that interrogates the constructs of culture and gender representation.

Charting Displacement

As part of IWM’s wider season Syria: A Conflict Explored, the gallery offers A Lens on Syria, the first UK exhibition by Sergey Ponomarev.

Issue 77 Available Now

Our June / July issue considers the current state of flux; in this age of digital alienation, it’s important to make time for reflection.

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