In conversation with Ceramic Artist, Michael Boroniec

We speak to American artist Michael Boroniec about his ceramic practice as well as the processes and the mutual effects of art on the individual.

The Soul and Grit of Paris: Henri Cartier-Bresson at The Sainsbury Centre, Norwich

The Soul and Grit of Paris: Henri Cartier-Bresson at The Sainsbury Centre, Norwich

The Sainsbury Centre for the Arts features new prints of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s photographs of Paris in the 1950s and 1960s.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

With the weekend promising warm weather and New York’s Art Week in full swing, there is no shortage of shows to attend over the coming days. Featured exhibits include Martin Creed’s Understanding at Brooklyn Bridge Park and Mona Hatoum’ survey show at Tate.

Filipa César, The Solid Image: Red Africa season at Calvert 22, London

Filipa César, The Solid Image: Red Africa season at Calvert 22, London

Filipa César’s The Solid Image – Notes on the ‘Luta ca caba inda’, belongs to the intriguing Red Africa season that exhibited at Calvert 22, London.

Ai Weiwei at Cycladic, Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens

Ai Weiwei, Cycladic, Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens

As an artist who looks into the craftsmanship of the past, Ai Weiwei’s first Greek exhibition sees him work with the archaeological collections of the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens.

Australian Exotica, Monash Gallery of Art, Australia

Australian Exotica, Monash Gallery of Art, Australia

Monash Gallery of Art’s (MGA) latest exhibition Australian exotica showcases the works of some of Australia’s most celebrated artists.

Q+A with Symposium Speaker Remco de Blaaij, Curator at Centre for Contemporary Arts

Q+A with Symposium Speaker Remco de Blaaij, Curator at Centre for Contemporary Arts

Remco de Blaaij, Senior Curator at the Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow is one of the speakers for Curating for the Future: A Collaborative Approach. We catch up with him.

Art Fair Tokyo 2016

Art Fair Tokyo 2016

First established in 1992 as Nippon International Contemporary Art Fair, Art Fair Tokyo is now the biggest fair of its kind in Japan and has branched out to showcase a variety of artistic styles and disciplines from a range of eras.

Art16, Olympia London

Art16, Olympia London

Held at Olympia London from 20-22 May, Art16 will present a total of 1000 pieces from locations such as Senegal, South Korea, Cuba and the Czech Republic. This year’s instalment is set to bring together buyers, gallerists and enthusiasts.

Sarah Lucas: Temporary ob-scenarios, Fondazione Nicola Trussardi

The Nicola Trussardi Foundation has decided to explore new territories and modes of presenting contemporary art; Sarah Lucas’s project at Albergo Diurno is deeply consistent with this intent.

Interview with Ellie Davies, Aesthetica Art Prize Shortlisted Artist

Interview with Ellie Davies, Aesthetica Art Prize Shortlisted Artist

Ellie Davies is one of the shortlisted artists in this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition, showing at York St Mary’s until 29 May. The artist’s photographic work Stars considers the fragility of our relationship with the natural world.

Formosa 101 Art Fair & Formosa Art Show, Taipei Expo Dome & Humble House, Taipei

Formosa 101 Art Fair & Formosa Art Show, Taipei

With a combined total of around 94 galleries and 100 artists in attendance, Formosa 101 Art Fair and Formosa Art Show provide an excellent opportunity to engage with upcoming practitioners and innovative artworks. From 13-15 May.

Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition Talk: Navigating the Contemporary Art Exhibition

Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition Talk: Navigating the Contemporary Art Exhibition

The fourth talk in the series at the Aesthetics Art Prize Exhibition is Navigating the Contemporary Art Exhibition with Dr Sam Lackey, Curator at The Hepworth Wakefield. Lackey will lead an engaging tour around this year’s Art Prize selection, identifying the various themes and techniques utilised in the 2016 shortlisted works.

Jodie Carey: Early Old at Galerie Rolando Anselmi

In Jodie Carey’s (b.1981) sculptures and installations, she examines textures as well as their material consistency and their immaterial reactions.

Q+A with Painter, Lisa Wright

Q+A with Painter, Lisa Wright

Lisa Wright’s paintings are conceived with a mix of historical knowledge and discipline with drawing. We speak to the artist about her the processes behind her works and compositional intentions.

One Month To Go: Future Now Symposium 2016 - Print, Painting and Art Prizes

One Month: Future Now Symposium, Print, Painting and Art Prizes

We’re gearing up for next month’s Future Now: The Aesthetica Art Prize Symposium, taking place on 26-27 May at York St John University. Speakers include representatives from Frieze, Glasgow School of Art, Hepworth Wakefield and Whitechapel Gallery.

Art Beijing 2016, China National Agriculture Exhibition Center

Art Beijing 2016, China National Agriculture Exhibition Center

Taking place this weekend at the National Agriculture Exhibition Center, Art Beijing returns for its 10th edition with an engaging and diverse presentation of galleries, individuals artists and special projects from across the world.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As we leave those April showers behind and look towards a milder May, we round-up a selection of engaging shows to uplift and inspire you this Bank Holiday weekend. Our 5 To See travels from the UK and Norway to Australia and the USA.

Melanie Manchot at Towner: People, Places, Propositions

Melanie Manchot manages to avoid dramatising the effects of addiction in her exhibition at Towner, Eastbourne.

In Conversation with Croatian Artist, Ana Sladetić

Ana Sladetić’s works combine traditional with modern media, examining various topics, such as visual perception, epistemology and alienation from society.

Pick Me Up Graphic Arts Festival 2016, Somerset House

Somerset House is being taken over by the top emerging and established names in illustration and design for the seventh annual Pick Me Up Graphic Arts Festival.

Still (the) Barbarians, EVA International, Limerick

Still (the) Barbarians, EVA International, Limerick

The EVA International Biennial of Contemporary Art is a 12-week programme of exhibitions and events that engages with the people and city of Limerick every two years and aims to lead the production, commissioning and exhibiting of art in Ireland.

From Pigment To Form: Review of Spray Paintings, Lisson Gallery London

Ten years on from the death of visionary conceptual artist John Latham (1921–2006), his works still strike the viewer as remarkably contemporary.

Future Now Symposium: Book Your Sessions & Meet the UK’s Leading Art Organisations

Future Now Symposium: Book Your Sessions & Meet the UK’s Leading Art Organisations

With Future Now: The Aesthetica Art Prize Symposium just over one month away, we highlight a selection of sessions taking place on the first day. Join lectures, discussions and portfolio reviews with representatives from leading art organisations.

Don’t Look Back: The 1990s at MOCA, The Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Don’t Look Back: The 1990s at MOCA, The Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art

Don’t Look Back: The 1990s at MOCA comprises works from MOCA’s collection that identify the decade’s key concerns and transformations. It was a decade that saw the end of the Cold War, the rise of the internet and more.

Free Aesthetica Art Prize Lunchtime Talk: Connecting Audiences with Talent

Free Aesthetica Art Prize Lunchtime Talk: Connecting Audiences with Talent

The third talk in the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition series is Connecting Audiences with Artistic Talent, running on Thursday 28 April from 12:30 at York St Mary’s. Here, the team behind the Aesthetica Art Prize offers an insight into the 2016 artworks.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016: Vote for the People's Choice

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016: Vote for the People's Choice

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Main and Student Prize winners have been announced, however, the People’s Choice is yet to be revealed. Here’s your chance to vote for your favourite artwork showcased at the Art Prize Exhibition.

Bulthaup Designs, Milan 2016

Bulthaup Designs, Milan 2016

Bulthaup is known for its functional, ergonomic designs; showcasing in Milan 12-17 April, the company introduced new works for 2016 with a focus on simplicity.

The Real Guerrilla Girls, Galerie Lelong, New York

The Real Guerrilla Girls, four mysterious photographs hang dramatically under spotlights in a room of their own, among the group show Narrative/Collaborative.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016: Shortlisted Artist James Winter, Three Dimensional Design & Sculpture

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016: Shortlisted Artist James Winter, Three Dimensional Design & Sculpture

Shortlisted in the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016, London-based artist James Winter created a site-specific installation for this year’s exhibition at York St Mary’s. Winter discusses the concepts behind his Spatial Light Constructs series.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

From nostalgic over-shoulder glances at our artistic past in Conceptual Art in Britain at Tate to the fresh-faced novelty of Dan Flavin’s show at Ikon, the art world boasts something for everyone.

Nasreen Mohamedi – A Philosophy in Life at Metropolitan Museum of Art

Nasreen Mohamedi – A Philosophy in Life at Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s brand new enterprise, The Met Breuer, opened with a major retrospective of the Indian artist Nasreen Mohamedi.

Discover 100 Captivating Projects by Artists in Future Now, the Aesthetica Art Prize Annual

Discover 100 Captivating Projects by Artists in Future Now, the Aesthetica Art Prize Annual

Future Now, the Aesthetica Art Prize Annual featuring this year’s longlisted and shortlisted artists is out now. Inside this book, there are descriptions and images of works from new and exciting emerging practitioners from across the world.

Frieze New York, Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan

Frieze New York, Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan

Running from 5-8 May, Frieze New York celebrates its 25th anniversary at Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan, this year. Designed to be a celebration of both emerging and established artists, Frieze boasts the work of 200 galleries.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call For Entries: Longlisted Artist, Val Wecerka

Aesthetica Art Prize Call For Entries: Longlisted Artist, Val Wecerka

Wecerka’s practice covers an entire spectrum of topics and forms, from figurative to abstract and ornamental, holding a keen interest in experimenting with different materials to express ideas.

Nostalgia for bare feet, Lumière Brothers Centre for Photography

Nostalgia for bare feet, Lumière Brothers Centre for Photography

Lumière Brothers Centre for Photography holds an exhibition of Antanas Sutkus’ Nostalgia for bare feet, featuring more than one hundred works, many of which have never been shown before.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Lunchtime Talks: Composing Time & Space with Dr Christina Kolaiti and Desmond Brett, YSJU

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Lunchtime Talks: Composing Time & Space, Dr Christina Kolaiti & Desmond Brett

The Aesthetica Art Prize free lunchtime talks continue this Thursday from 12.30pm with Composing Time & Space, led by Dr Christina Kolaiti and Desmond Brett, York St John University.

Radical Seafaring, The Parrish Art Museum, New York

Radical Seafaring, The Parrish Art Museum, NY

Opening on 8 May, Radical Seafaring collates the diverse work of 25 artists or collectives, ranging from vessels to documentation of expeditions, to designs for alternative communities at sea.

Michael Lyons, Freeze Frame, The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery

Currently housed within the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery at University of Leeds the visitor can expect to discover a retrospective of Michael Lyons’ work from the inception of its mature conceit.

Interview with Tanya Barson, Curator, Georgia O’Keeffe, Tate Modern, London

Interview with Tanya Barson, Curator, Georgia O’Keeffe, Tate Modern, London

Tate Modern continues its dedication to the work of major women artists with its upcoming summer exhibition, Georgia O’Keeffe, which brings together over 100 of the artist’s most important works.