Interview with Curator Eiluned Edwards, Imprints of Culture, Bonington Gallery

Interview with Curator Eiluned Edwards, Imprints of Culture, Bonington Gallery

Imprints of Culture at Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University, will explore the contemporary production and use of Indian block prints. We speak to exhibition curator, Dr Eiluned Edwards.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Fondation Henri Cartier Bresson pays homage to Italian photographer Ugo Mulas and Manchester’s Whitworth Art Gallery provides a platform for textile designer Tibor Reich’s pioneering career.

Travelling the World: Japanese Garden Tours with Espirita

Travelling the World: Espirita Japanese Garden Tours

Espirita is a not for profit travel outfit dedicated to exploring world culture. It has run Garden Tours to Japan since 2001. Inspirita produces feature length documentaries on world culture.

Simon Starling, Nine Feet Later, The Modern Institute, Glasgow

Simon Starling, Nine Feet Later, The Modern Institute

Simon Starling has been revisiting the history of forms and objects for two decades, creating installations, films, photographs and sculptures that unearth connections across space and time.

Patrick Procktor: The Last Romantic, TheGallery, Arts University Bournemouth

Patrick Procktor: The Last Romantic, TheGallery, Arts University Bournemouth

TheGallery, Arts University Bournemouth, is delighted to announce a major collaboration with The Redfern Gallery, London. to present a new exhibition showcasing the work of Patrick Procktor.

The Aesthetica Art Prize Now Open For Entries: Maria Hinze, Painting & Drawing

The Aesthetica Art Prize Now Open For Entries: Maria Hinze, Painting & Drawing

Hosted by Aesthetica Magazine, the Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world. It offers artists the opportunity to further their engagement with the art world.

India Art Fair 2016, New Dehli

India Art Fair, New Dehli

India Art Fair returns to New Delhi from 28-31 January. Founded in 2008, the event is a crucial platform for the visual artists working in the region, and builds bridges between its creative community and a multitude of international markets.

Interview: Professor Christine Borland, Woon Art Prize, BALTIC 39/Northumbria University

Interview: Professor Christine Borland, Woon Art Prize, BALTIC 39/Northumbria University

The Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Art Prize, a partnership between BALTIC 39, Newcastle, and Northumbria Unviersity, offers an exceptional opportunity for students.

Interview with Frances Pritchard, Tibor Reich, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

Interview with Frances Pritchard, Tibor Reich, Whitworth, Manchester

Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, hones its reputation as a key international textiles collector and exhibitor with a new retrospective celebrating the centenary of textiles pioneer Tibor Reich.

Review of Heman Chong: An Arm, a Leg, and Other Stories, South London Gallery

Review: Heman Chong, South London Gallery

A million blacked out business cards covering the floor set the scene for this exhibition that explores ideas of exchange, and the role of regulations in determining codes of behaviour.

Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium, J. Paul Getty Museum & LACMA, LA

Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium, Getty Center & LACMA, LA

This major retrospective, presented between the Getty Center and LACMA throughout spring 2016, will explore the work of one of the most significant photographers of the late 20th century.

Review of Miró’s Studio, Mayoral Galeria d'Art, Duke Street, London

Review: Miró’s Studio, Mayoral Galeria d'Art

Marking 60 years since Joan Miró’s studio was founded in Majorca, Mayoral Gallery, London, presents an immersive, authentic exhibition recreating Miró’s atelier. We review the show, on until 12 February.

Interview with Photographer Albert Elm, XL Catlin Art Guide 2016

Interview: Photographer Albert Elm, Catlin Art Guide

We interview Albert Elm, a recent graduate of the BA (Hons) Fine Art Photography degree at The Glasgow School of Art about his inclusion in the XL Catlin Art Guide + Exhibition in 2016.

5 to See This Weekend

5 to See This Weekend

This week’s 5 to See pays homage to the great makers and movements of the 20th century. David Zwirner dedicates a show to Light and Space pioneer Doug Wheeler and Lisson Gallery provides a survey on the interdisciplinary nature of drawing.

In Conversation with Multi-Instrumentalist and Soul Singer Royce Wood Junior

Interview with Multi-Instrumentalist and Soul Singer Royce Wood Junior

London songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and soul singer Royce Wood Junior discusses his album The Ashen Tang, which incorporates elements of nostalgia with modern, multi-layered production.

Pipilotti Rist: Retrospective and New Works, Kunsthaus Zürich

Pipilotti Rist: Retrospective and New Works, Kunsthaus

Renowned worldwide for her pioneering video installations, Pipilotti Rist will transform the Kunsthaus Zürich with sensual works that encounter convention and taboo with humour and irony.

Interview with Marina Abramovic, Goldberg, Park Avenue Armory, New York

Interview with Marina Abramovic, Goldberg, Park Avenue Armory

Read our interview with seminal performance artist Marina Abramovic on her recent installation and interpretation of Bach’s Goldberg Variations, at Park Avenue Armory, alongside Igor Levit.

Janet Mendelsohn, Varna Road, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Janet Mendelsohn, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

From 27 January Ikon Gallery presents the largest exhibition to date of original prints by American photographer, academic and documentary filmmaker Janet Mendelsohn.

Review of the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

Review: Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, QAG

APT is the Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane’s flagship exhibition focused on the art of Asia, the Pacific and Australia. We review the eighth edition, which explores performance in recent art.

Interview with Natasha Hoare, Dialogues Curator, London Art Fair

Interview with Natasha Hoare, Dialogues Curator, London Art Fair

London Art Fair returns for its 28th edition this week with a host of special talks and gallery sectors. We speak to guest curator Natasha Hoare about the 2016 Art Projects exhibitors.

Digital Artists FIELD.io Discuss Lumiere London Installation Spectra-3, Kings Cross

Interview: Digital Artists FIELD.io, Lumiere London

FIELD digital art studio co-founder Vera-Maria Glahn talks to us about creating their immersive, audio-visual radio telescope-inspired artwork, Spectra-3, for the recent Lumiere Festival in London.

Anri Sala, Answer Me, New Museum, New York

Anri Sala, New Museum

Albanian-born artist Anri Sala takes a poetic and conceptual approach to music and architecture, exploring how the experience of sound can affect our perceptions of space and time.

Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern

Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern

Tate Modern will examine the relationship between photography and performance, from the invention of photography in the 19th century to the selfie culture of today in Performing for the Camera.

Laura Foley, Aesthetica Creative Writing Award Finalist

Laura Foley, Aesthetica Creative Writing Finalist

Laura Foley is the author of five poetry collections including The Glass Tree, winner of a Foreword Book of the Year Award, and Joy Street, winner of the Bi-Writer’s Award.

Review of The Inoperative Community at Raven Row, London

Review: The Inoperative Community at Raven Row

The Inoperative Community at Raven Row, London, is an exhibition of experimental narrative film and video that addresses ideas of community and the shifting nature of social relations.

In Conversation with Travelling Photographer Kirsten Mumford

Interview: Photographer Kirsten Mumford

European born but raised in South Africa, Kirsten Mumford left her home to forge a life as an expatriate, travelling the globe and applying her unique, nomadic perspective to her photographic practice.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Our 5 to See navigates through an ocean of January blues and steers a journey into intimate explorations of the self. Highlights include Steve McQueen, Ciara Phillips and Saatchi’s all-female show.

Review of Fiona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling at Ikon, Birmingham

Review of Fiona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling at Ikon, Birmingham

Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling is the most comprehensive exhibition to date of work by Fiona Banner. Ikon represents key early projects alongside recent and unseen works: we review the show.

Lumiere London 2016

Lumiere London 2016

Lumiere London, the largest light festival to hit the capital, is set to illuminate four winter evenings this January. The event features 3D projections, interactive installations and pioneering light works.

John Akomfrah, Lisson Gallery, London

John Akomfrah, Lisson Gallery, London

Lisson Gallery presents new and recent work by John Akomfrah, demonstrating his rich visual style, which is as poetic as it is political and fuses contemporary issues with history and fiction.

Interview: Photographer Osamu Jinguji

Osamu Jinguji was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1962. The photographer originally worked as an actor and model. Following many career changes, he settled on black and white street photography.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Open for Entries

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Open for Entries

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 is now open for entries, presenting a unique opportunity for emerging and established artists around the world to showcase their work to a wider, international audience. Prizes include publication. an exhibition for shortlisted artists, and up to £5,000 courtesy of Hiscox.

The Museum of Innocence, Somerset House, London

The Museum of Innocence, Somerset House, London

Created by the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Orhan Pamuk as a physical manifestation of his text by the same name, The Museum of Innocence is relocating from its Istanbul base to Somerset House.

Review of Victor Burgin: UK 76, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

Review of Victor Burgin: UK 76, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

We review Victor Burgin’s seminal photo-text series and ideological snapshot of British society, UK76, at Richard Saltoun, which combined a documentary approach with mass media conventions.

KAWS, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield

KAWS, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield

For the first UK museum exhibition by the renowned American artist KAWS, Yorkshire Sculpture Park is showing over 20 works inside the Longside Gallery and outside in the grounds of the park itself.

Interview: Painter Shulin Sun

Shulin Sun grew up in Beijing, China, combining traditional Chinese painting techniques with elements from contemporary American and European art to convey the strength of nature.

Alice Theobald + Atomik Architecture at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead

Alice Theobald + Atomik Architecture at BALTIC

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead and Ryder Architecture is currently hosting the second in a series of new commissions exploring the relationship between art and architecture.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

The New Year is a time to revitalise a new you and to explore new ways of thinking. Our top five choices for this week cover a spectrum of concepts into what it is to be human in the present day.

Interview with Liezel Strauss of Subject Matter Art

Dealers Subject Matter Art make contemporary art photography from established and emerging international artists accessible. They passionately believe that art transforms any space.

Miró’s Studio, Mayoral at 6 Duke Street, London

Miró’s Studio, Mayoral

60 years since Joan Miró’s studio was founded in Mallorca, the workshop has been reconstructed in London: a detailed work that mirrors the poetic environment of the avant-garde artist’s atelier.