Sculptural Dimensions

 Viviane Sassen creates places and encounters filled with unique histories and personal associations. Umbra plays with colour, light and perspective,

Disparate Narratives

The fourth edition of Haus der Kunst’s Capsule programme sees artist Polina Kanis expand on a practice consisting mainly of single-channel videos.

Drawing Parallels

To coincide with the opening of the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2017, founding Director Professor Anita Taylor expands on the importance of drawing.

Industrial Nostalgia

Bernd and Hilla Becher systematically documented the soon-to-be-forgotten architectural forms of industry. Sprüth Magers reflects on this inventory.

Next Generation 2017: Reformed Archetypes

Olivia Lynch’s photography explores cyclical natures in relationships and traditional portrayals of female psychosis through rose-tinted images.

The Residency: Spontaneous Practices

Fact Not Fiction Films’ second documented artist in residence, Melody Park,  paints quickly without interpretation.

Identity Tropes

Stedelijk Amsterdam mounts a series of shows this year and next that explore different aspects of the theme migration.

Frieze: Global Footprints

The 15th edition of Frieze London takes place next month, an event with more than 160 galleries that showcases the ambitious visions of contemporaries.

Integral Expanse

Established in 1989, the Norwegian architecture studio Snøhetta is involved in a multitude of projects worldwide. Its focus is on collaborative scenarios.

Momentary Lives

Only the Lonely offers a comprehensive survey of William Gedney’s documentary and street work, including his acclaimed series of rural Kentucky.

5 To See: This Weekend

8-10 September. Delving into shows that reflect upon creative methods as multi-disciplinary, reactive and revolutionary in their own times.

Next Generation 2017: Social Arenas

As part of Aesthetica’s collaboration with LCC, Nicola Muirhead is a British-Bermudian documentary photographer and visual storyteller.

Tonal Virtuosity

The diversity of Bruno Barbey’s imagery has shaped his reputation as a photo journalist. Fotografie Forum shows 100 photographs taken across the world.

The Residency: Scientific Approaches

Fact Not Fiction Film’s documentary explores artists in da Vinci residencies. Dr Suzi Morris, blurs the lines between viral landscapes and painting.

Transient Luminosity

Vancouver Art Gallery reflects upon Stephen Shore’s important body of images created during visits to Monet’s garden at Giverny between 1977 and 1982.

Composed Reality

Mirroring Life, a retrospective of the work of influential photographer André Kertész, comes to Foam Amsterdam this autumn.

Textured Expressions

Goldsmithing and textiles have inspired Germany-based Christina Pauls to combine these forms of design. We talk to the artist about her practice.

Categorical Environments

Launched to coincide with the museums’ centenary, IWM’s, London, Conflict Now features opinions of individuals who have worked in areas of conflict.

Digital Insights

Fly-Baden offers new experiences through the discovery of destinations. Using social media platforms to promote journeys into new landscapes, the destination looks towards the future…

Modernist Landscapes

Throughout his 60 year career Roberto Burle Marx designed 2,000 gardens around the world; he also discovered around 50 new plant species.