Lindsay Seers: Nowhere Less Now, London

Conceived specially for an arresting 19th century corrugated iron chapel in Kilburn, known as The Tin Tabernacle, Nowhere Less Now is British artist Lindsay Seers’ ambitious new installation.

Frieze Masters 2012: Talks Programme Announced

Frieze Masters presents a unique perspective on the relationship between old. Frieze Masters speakers: Cecily Brown & Nicholas Penny, Glenn Brown & Bice Curiger, Luc Tuymans & Dominique de Font-Réaulx.

Gary Hume: 2 at Sprüth Magers, Berlin

Gary Hume’s 2 at Sprüth Magers presents new works by the artist this September. For the artist’s second solo show in Berlin, the gallery will showcase an intimate series of works on paper.

Alain Clément, France – South Africa Seasons, Nirox Foundation, Johannesburg

As part of the France – South Africa Seasons, Nirox Foundation in association with Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris will be hosting French artist Alain Clément throughout September.

Jenny Holzer, The Future Please, L&M Arts, L.A.

L&M Arts showcases Jenny Holzer: The Future Please, the artist’s first major exhibition in Los Angeles in many years. To mark the occasion the exhibition will be presented in two parts.

Alice Anderson: From Dance To Sculpture, Riflemaker, Frieze Art Fair

Alice Anderson returns to Riflemaker after two years for a special Frieze show: From Dance to Sculpture, a geometric room installation that will transform the entire space into a labyrinth of metal rods.

Festival Materiais Diversos 2012: Portugal In Brazil, Brazil In Portugal

IFestival Materiais Diversos makes its first stopover in Brazil. 13 Portuguese artists and nine Brazilian artists bring body, movement, dramaturgy and music to Alcanena, Minde and Torres Novas.

Giuseppe Penone, Haunch of Venison, London

Giuseppe Penone is regarded as one of the most important artists of his generation; his career spans over 40 years, beginning in the late 1960s as he emerged as a key exponent of Arte Povera.

Lindsay Seers: Nowhere Less Now, The Tin Tabernacle

Behind a slightly run-down high-street is a little known landmark: a Victorian chapel known simply as The Tin Tabernacle. Housed within this modest building is Lindsay Seers’ most recent piece.

Berlinde De Bruyckere, Hauser & Wirth Outdoor Sculpture In Collaboration With St James’s Church, London

Overlooked by the steeple of St. James’s Church, a deer lies on a stone slab, supported by a wooden pedestal in the otherwise tranquil setting…

Artist Rooms: Richard Long, The Hepworth Wakefield

The Hepworth stands adjacent to the river Calder’s rushing weir. The cascading energy of this ebullient, artificial diversion of a natural phenomenon is enough to inspire an ancient sense of animism.

Self-Portrait, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition turns its focus on the self-portrait as a genre throughout the 20th and 21st century, as shown in 150 works by a wide variety of international artists.

James Welling: The Mind on Fire, MK Gallery, Milton Keynes

The Mind on Fire is the first solo exhibition in a UK public gallery by James Welling. Comprising around a 130 works, the exhibition will recreate some of the artist’s seminal photographic shows.

Mitra Tabrizian: Another Country at The Wapping Project Bankside

The Wapping Project Bankside showcases British-Iranian artist Mitra Tabrizian’s unseen series Another Country. Tabrizian’s work explores post-colonial theory and corporate culture in the West.

Xu Zhen: The Last Few Mosquitoes, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver

Xu Zhen has emerged as one of the most inventive and provocative artists working in China today. His work is characterised by tackling authoritarian gestures and clichés of human ambition.

Works On Paper: Wayne Gonzales at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

Stephen Friedman Gallery presents a solo exhibition of works on paper by American painter Wayne Gonzales. This is the first time that the artist’s unique gouaches have been the focus of a show in London.

The Last Days of Nowhereisland, Bristol

Nowhereisland has become an inspirational story for thousands of people across the world. The island has journeyed from the High Arctic region of Svalbard and was discovered by artist Alex Hartley.

Jerwood Makers Open, Oriel Myrddin Gallery, Carmarthen

Jerwood Makers Open brings together five emerging makers working at the forefront of applied art to Oriel Myrddin Gallery. Exhibiting artists have created works in ceramics, design, glass and more.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Ends Friday

Aesthetica has consistently supported and championed artists working in all mediums. Artists may submit their work into any one of the four categories. Open for entries until 31 August.

Marilyn Monroe: A British Love Affair, NPG, London

Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death, the National Portrait Gallery will focus on Monroe’s connection to Britain in their new exhibition this September.