Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: Interview with Karl Singporewala

As the final month to enter the Aesthetica Art Prize is upon us, we catch up with longlisted artist Karl Singporewala to discover how being selected for the Prize has furthered his creative practice.

Chasing Time, The Olympic Museum, Switzerland

Time is a key part of competitive sport, much of which is rated according to speed; it’s an essential element for designating winners and losers and establishing records.

Yang Fudong , SALT, Sandhornøy, Arctic Circle

Remote, beautiful – and increasingly endangered – the Arctic has long been a subject of fascination for many and a source of inspiration for artists. SALT is an ambitious concept to create arts and cultural experiences on our planet.

Adriano Costa, Sam Falls, Samara Scott, Michael E Smith: Zabludowicz Collection, London

The Zabludowicz Collection – which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year – is presenting four solo exhibitions of sculpture, taking place simultaneously in a former Methodist chapel.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: Interview with Artist Nicholas Gentilli

Nicholas Gentilli is a photographer with over 30 years’ experience of shooting places and spaces. His professional genesis lay, until 4 years ago, in the…

National Literary Trust & Wild in Art: Books about Town

Recently, Londoners and visitors might have found themselves sitting on concrete benches, which resemble half open books. Benches not only look like a book, they are fully dressed up by different depictions that resemble and celebrate the literary heritage of London.

Folkestone Triennial 2014, Citywide, Folkestone

One of the UK’s most ambitious art exhibitions, the third edition of Folkestone Triennial commissions a number of internationally recognised artists to create a collection of new works to be exhibited in Folkestone’s public spaces under the title, Lookout.

Magnus Quaife, Like a Child Running a Stick Along a Fence, Bristol

Art history is replete with romantic mythologies, few more potent than the artist as obsessive maker, working round the clock in his studio or in the landscape, as was the case with one of modern art’s most famous obsessives, Paul Cezanne, around whom Magnus Quaife’s solo show is framed.

Arik Levy, Uncontrolled Nature, Louise Alexander Gallery, Porto Cervo, Sardinia

Louise Alexander unveils Arik Levy’s first solo show at the gallery. Uncontrolled Nature features a collection of new work in combination with older pieces and Levy showcases a range of sculptures that exist like a trail of landmarks.

The Photographic Object, 1970, Hauser & Wirth, NY

Peter Bunnell’s 1970 MoMA show Photography Into Sculpture proved a landmark in photographic practice, through its presentation of images arranged in a sculptural manner.

Genius Loci: Spirit of Place, Palazzo Franchetti, Venice

This summer the Lisson Gallery collaborates with Berengo Studio to present an exhibition that coincides with the occasion of the 14th International Architecture Biennale in Venice.

The Aesthetica Art Prize Announces £5,000 Award

The Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world and offers artists the opportunity to showcase their work to wider audiences and further their involvement in the international art world.

Final Week to Visit the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition

The Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition presents eight shortlisted artists contributing outstanding works to contemporary art and will continue to run until 22 June showcasing artistic talent from around the world in a ground-breaking group show.

Review of The Strange City, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov at The Monumenta, Grand Palais, Paris

Ilya and Emilia Kabakov had set their Strange City under the glass-and-steel passages of Grand Palais. Commissioned by the Monumenta, the exhibition proposes a double total installation.

Serpentine Park Nights, Serpentine Pavilion, Kensington Gardens

Throughout the summer and autumn, the Serpentine Galleries will once again present Park Nights, an annual series of live art events, incorporating poetry, music, film, literature and performance. It takes place on selected Friday evenings in the Serpentine Pavilion 2014.

Architecture Biennale, Venice

The 14th Architecture Biennale is this year being curated by Dutch architect and theorist Rem Koolhaas, who has chosen the title Fundamentals. A total of 65 countries are exhibiting in the historic pavilions spread across the Giardini, the Arsenale, and the city of Venice.

Form Follows Function

One of the 20th century’s most eminent designers, Louis Kahn was a Modernist pioneer, as much artist as architect. The Design Museum, London, hosts the first major retrospective for 20 years.

Realigning Architecture

Incorporating drawings, models, sketches and collages, Bernard Tschumi explores the detailed and lengthy process of design involved in architecture.

A New Perspective

Sensing Spaces sees seven international architecture practices transform the Royal Academy into a multi-sensory experience with site-specific installations.

Radical Architecture

An innovative new exhibition at MOCA Los Angeles charts radical experimentation in southern Californian architecture since 1980.