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Complicit - Kate MccGwire, Juliette Losq and Anita Smith at Gallery 8, London

Complicit, Gallery 8, London

Gallery 8 in London hosts Complicit, a collection of artwork by a trio of female artists: Kate MccGwire, Juliette Losq and Anita Smith. The featured artwork offers unique and unsettling encounters.

British Art Show 8, Artists Line-up, Hayward Touring, Nationwide

British Art Show 8, Artists Line-up, Hayward Touring

Hayward Touring celebrates contemporary British practices with an extraordinary line-up of artists including Cally Spooner, Ciara Phillips and Laure Prouvost, for this year’s British Art Show.

Review: Lynn Hershman Leeson's Origins of the Species at Modern Art Oxford

Lynn Hershman Leeson

A preeminent feminist figure and early practitioner of interactive art, Lynn Hershman Leeson’s Origins of the Species features in a solo exhibition at Modern Art Oxford this summer.

EDITION VI: Film(ic), The Wapping Project Bankside

EDITION VI: Film(ic), The Wapping Project Bankside

The Wapping Project Bankside has selected for its new group exhibition artists whose practice includes elements of film and moving image or who employ the tropes associated with the cinematic.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

With Wimbledon well underway, there is a plethora of art and culture to seek out in London this weekend when the tennis all gets too much. Opera Gallery showcases powerful fashion photography in London.

Review: Barbara Hepworth, A Greater Freedom, Hepworth Wakefield

Review: Barbara Hepworth

Featuring work from Hepworth’s later years, A Greater Freedom celebrates the raw beauty and experimental nature of the pieces, focusing on new materials used by the prolific sculptor in the 1960s.

Interview with CFCCA Director Zoe Dunbar and Associate Curator Lu Pei-yi, Micro Micro Revolution

Interview with CFCCA Director Zoe Dunbar and Curator Lu Pei-yi

CFCCA opens its gallery to socially and environmentally concerned artists in Micro Micro Revolution. We speak to Director Zoe Dunbar and Curator Lu Pei-yi ahead of the preview launch.

Alexander Calder, Primary Motions, Dominique Lévy, London

Alexander Calder, Primary Motions, Dominique Lévy

Known for his pioneering use of the mobile, where suspended sculptural elements in a space create an ever-shifting harmony, Alexander Calder was an artist whose practice was truly trans-Atlantic.

Art Monaco 2015, Opus Eventi

Art Monaco '15, Opus Eventi

2015 sees the sixth edition of Art Monaco, which creates a meeting point and platform to promote cultural exchanges and to exhibit and sell art. Opus Events also presents Art Ibiza.

Juno Calypso chosen as Tom Hunter’s Artist of the Day 2015 at Flowers Gallery

Juno Calypso: Flowers Gallery

Flowers Gallery has announced the nominations for its 22nd edition of Artist of the Day, a platform for emerging artists since 1983, including photographer Juno Calypso.

Jackson Pollock, Blind Spots, Tate Liverpool

Jackson Pollock, Blind Spots

Blind Spots at Tate Liverpool is the first show in over 30 years to survey the later works of Jackson Pollock. The exhibition focuses on the artist’s highly influential output in the early 1950s.

From Bauhaus to Buenos Aires: Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola, MoMA

Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola, MoMA

MoMA presents the first survey of avant-garde artists Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola, looking at their individual achievements in photography, film, advertising, and graphic design.

Jamie North: Rock Melt at The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Jamie North: Rock Melt

The National Gallery of Victoria International is currently home to Jamie North’s Rock Melt. North’s practice involves sculptural cement-based works that are entwined with luscious plant life.

Interview with Ed Atkins, Performance Capture, Manchester International Festival

Interview with Ed Atkins

As part of this year’s Manchester International Festival (MIF), artist Ed Atkins will be drawing back the digital curtain with Performance Capture. At Manchester Art Gallery from 4 July.

Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon, National Portrait Gallery, London

Audrey Hepburn: Portraits, National Portrait Gallery

65 years after Audrey Hepburn performed at renowned West End night club Ciro’s, the National Portrait Gallery hosts a major exhibition celebrates her career as a film star and fashion icon.

Interview: Liz West, An Additive Mix at the National Media Museum

Interview: Liz West

Manchester-based artist Liz West has been commissioned by the National Media Museum, Bradford, to create a new installation featuring fluorescent lights and infinity mirrors.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

With the passing of the summer solstice last week and the commencement of the UK festival season with Glastonbury this weekend, it is the perfect time to explore culture available across the globe.

The Aesthetica Art Prize is Open for Entries

The Aesthetica Art Prize is Open for Entries

The Aesthetica Art Prize is an annual award that celebrates excellence in contemporary art. It is now in its eighth year, and welcomes submissions from emerging and established artists.

Review: De/Constructing China at the Asia Society Museum, New York

De/Constructing China

De/Constructing China at the Asia Society Museum features artwork by the most prominent Chinese artists documenting the country’s frenetic modernisation.

Doug Aitken, Station to Station, in UK Cinemas

Internationally acclaimed artist Doug Aitken’s latest filmic piece Station to Station takes viewers on a journey from New York to San Francisco in 10 stops, over 24 days. Watch the trailer.

Interview With Giles English Of Bremont Chronometers

Interview with Giles English

Inspired by a love of flying historic aircraft and all things mechanical, award-winning company Bremont make beautifully handcrafted pilot’s chronometers of exceptional quality.

Interview with Manuelle Gautrand, Women Architect of the Year

Interview with Manuelle Gautrand, Women Architect of the Year

We speak to architect Manuelle Gautrand about the recently completed extension and renovation of the Comédie de Béthune, and the refurbishment of the Metz Galeries Lafayette façade.

arteBA 2015: Highlights from the 24th Edition

Highlights from arteBA 2015

arteBA, the annual art fair of Buenos Aires, gives visitors a chance to not only visit South America’s largest exposition of art but to also experience one of the continent’s most culturally rich cities.

Juan Muñoz: Double Bind & Around, HangarBicocca, Milan

Juan Muñoz: Double Bind & Around, HangarBicocca

Over 100 sculptures in 15 works are on display at HangarBicocca in the first solo exhibition in Italy dedicated to Juan Muñoz. The show covers the entire 5,300 square meters of the gallery space.

Aesthetica Art Prize Finalist Deb Covell: Real Painting, Castlefield Gallery

Aesthetica Art Prize Finalist Deb Covell: Real Painting

Castlefield Gallery’s exhibition Real Painting, co-curated by Aesthetica Art Prize finalist Deb Covell, investigates the crossover between painting and sculpture featuring the work of 10 artists.

Penny Woolcock: Utopia, Roundhouse, London

Penny Woolcock: Utopia

The Roundhouse’s annual summer of culture returns this year with Utopia, a ground breaking installation by award winning director and filmmaker Penny Woolcock.

Glenn Ligon: Encounters and Collisions, Tate Liverpool

Glenn Ligon: Encounters and Collisions, Tate Liverpool

Glenn Ligon, one of America’s most significant contemporary artists, has curated a show which could be deemed his ‘ideal museum’. Featured artists include Cy Twombly and Andy Warhol.

Shubbak Festival: London’s Largest Biennial of Arabic Art

Shubbak Festival: London’s Largest Biennial of Arabic Art

Shubbak Festival is London’s largest biennial of Arabic art and takes place across the city at various art venues. The event provides a window on the contemporary culture of the Arab world.

Review of Christopher Page: Dawn, Hunter/Whitfield

Christopher Page: Dawn, Hunter/Whitfield

The proof of painting’s liveliness is to be found in Christopher Page’s second solo show at Hunter/Whitfield. His paintings only really begin to work when you are in front of them.

Simon Hantaï, Pliage: The First Decade, Mnuchin Gallery, New York

Simon Hantaï, Mnuchin Gallery, New York

For the first time in the USA, Hungarian-born, Paris-based artist, Simon Hantaï presents work from the 1960s, a period in which his work matured and he began to develop pliage, or “folding” method.

ART Santa Fe, 9-12 July

Art Santa Fe, 9-12 July

The city of Santa Fe welcomes artists from around the world for its annual celebration of contemporary art and culture, this year marking the 15th anniversary of renowned festival, Art Santa Fe.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

The work of Ian Hamilton Finlay is ensconced at the Victoria Miro in London, and across the city at David Zwirner, the provocative and playful exhibition Black Mould continues to intrigue the public.

Soldiers and Suffragettes: the Photography of Christina Broom, Museum of London Docklands, London

Christina Broom, Museum of London Docklands

The Museum of London Docklands presents Soldiers and Suffragettes: the Photography of Christina Broom, the first British female press photographer and an unsung master of her craft.

Review of Shirana Shahbazi

If photographs are traditionally meant to freeze specific moments in time that one can retrieve at a future date, Shirana Shahbazi’s exhibition at On Stellar Rays, New York, does just the opposite.

Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening, Barbican Centre, London

Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening, Barbican Centre

American multi-media artist Doug Aitken curates a vast project encompassing the indoor and outdoor spaces of Barbican for 30 days, including work from 100 artists such as Martin Creed and Jeremy Deller.

VOLTA 11, Basel, 15-20 June

Opening in Basel for its 11th anniversary, VOLTA proves its worth as a champion of new and emerging artists. VOLTA made its debut in 2005, creating a platform for international galleries.

Interview with Sukanya Rajaratnam, Mnuchin Gallery, Art Basel 2015

Interview with Sukanya Rajaratnam, Mnuchin Gallery, Art Basel 2015

At Art Basel 2015, Mnuchin Gallery returns with a showcase of exceptional works by Agnes Martin, Anselm Kiefer and Tavares Strachan. We speak to Sukanya Rajaratnam, Partner at Mnuchin Gallery.

Yves Klein, Lucio Fontana and Gunther Uecker: Burning, Cutting, Nailing, Skarstedt Gallery

Review of Burning, Cutting, Nailing, Skarstedt Gallery

The title of this exhibition at Skarstedt Gallery suggests a trichotomy of violence and destruction. The works present a wilful reforming of the canvas through burning, cutting and nailing.

Gillian Laub: Southern Rites, Benrubi Gallery, New York

Gillian Laub: Southern Rites, Benrubi Gallery, New York

Award-winning photographer Gillian Laub, one of today’s most daring practitioners, looks at racial tensions that have existed for generations in a new body of work at Benrubi Gallery, New York.

Shirazeh Houshiary: Smell of First Snow, Lisson Gallery, London

Shirazeh Houshiary: Smell of First Snow, Lisson Gallery

For her eighth exhibition at Lisson Gallery, Shirazeh Houshiary presents a series of large-scale works in pale ocean hues – pencilled with words, sprawling like branches or undulating ripples.

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