Interview with Kris Ruhs, Landing on Earth, The Wapping Project, London

Landing on Earth, a new exhibition by Milan based American artist and maker, Kris Ruhs, inhabits The Wapping Project during the London Design Festival and Frieze Art Fair with three new works.

Review of Let There Be Light, Gazeli Art House, London

Let There Be Light at Gazeli Art House, London, brings together a group of works from international artists and design collectives which use the medium of light as their primary means of expression.

David Roberts Art Foundation: House of Leaves

David Robert’s Art Foundation opens its new doors at Mornington Crescent with House of Leaves. Aesthetica takes a moment to review the opening exhibition, which runs from 21 September.

Interview with Samantha Donnelly, Reception at Standpoint Gallery

Samantha Donnelly is known for her experimental assemblage and collage works, which combine awkward and beautiful, overtly feminised materials and images into telling combinations.

Yael Bartana: And Europe Will Be Stunned, Ikon, Birmingham

With the 20th century came bloodshed and genocide on a scale so vast and industrial even now it barely seems fathomable. The Nazi’s final solution stands out as the most heart wrenching.

Interview with the British Pavilion’s Venice Takeway, Venice Architecture Biennale

This year’s 13th Venice Architecture Biennale provided the backdrop to the British Pavilion’s Venice Takeaway exhibition. Crane.tv interviewed 10 architecture teams from 10 countries.

Interview with films4peace Artist: Janet Biggs

The 21 September is World Peace Day, a day of ceasefire across the globe and the chance for artists and organisations to demonstrate acts of peace. The films4peace is curated by Mark Coetzee.

Interview: Artistic Director of SACRED: Francis Alexander, Chelsea Theatre, London

SACRED, Chelsea Theatre’s exploration of live art and contemporary performance launches in October for an exciting new season. SACRED will run throughout the year until July 2013.

Kiki Smith: Behold at Timothy Taylor Gallery, London

Artist Kiki Smith exhibits her first UK solo show since 2006 at Timothy Taylor Gallery this October and will feature sculpture, bronze wall reliefs, stained glass, porcelain figures and tapestry.

To Hope, To Tremble, To Live: Modern and Contemporary Works from the David Roberts Collection, Wakefield

David Roberts’ private collection of contemporary work is about to go on display at The Hepworth Gallery. To Hope, To Tremble, To Live will be exhibited from 27 October until 3 February.

Encounters Short Film & Animation Festival, Bristol

The 18th Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival takes place this September. The stunning line-up for this year includes new visual art and animation exhibitions, and 3D Soviet Russian work.

The Nour Festival of Contemporary Middle Eastern and North African Arts and Culture, London

The Nour Festival will be celebrating contemporary arts and culture from across the Middle East and North Africa, from 1 October. It will be a borough-wide event based in Kensington and Chelsea.

Homecoming, Boo Ritson, Oklahoma City

Homecoming, an exhibition from London based artist Boo Ritson, will be opening on 10 October at the City Arts Center, Eleanor Kirkpatrick Gallery, Oklahoma City and will run until 21 December.

Nathan Coley: A Place Beyond Belief at Haunch of Venison, London

Nathan Coley, Turner prize nominee in 2007, is exhibiting in the plush, society spaces of The Haunch of Venison’s New Bond Street premises. The exhibition’s title is hung on a three-tiered scaffold.

Liverpool Biennial 2012, The Unexpected Guest

Liverpool Biennial 2012, The Unexpected Guest, is opens tomorrow, 15 September and will run until 25 November. Curated by Sally Tallant, it is the largest contemporary festival in the UK.

House of Leaves, David Roberts Art Foundation, London

David Roberts Art Foundation is moving to a new larger location at Mornington Crescent. The 19th century former furniture factory will be opening it’s doors as an art gallery on the 21 September.

Pilvi Takala : Breaching Experiments, Site Gallery, Sheffield

Over the past decade Finnish artist Pilvi Takala has developed a body of singular performance pieces, unpicking those conventions created within micro-social environments. Site Gallery, 14 September.

Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam

As the title suggests, Unseen, is a celebration of international contemporary photography, showcasing work from new and established photographers. From 19 until 23 September.

Berlinde De Bruyckere, Hauser and Wirth Outdoor Sculpture, London

Berlinde De Bruyckere is well known for her corporeal sculptures painstakingly created in resin and painted wax and rendered uncanny in their skin-like mimicry. At Hauser & Wirth, London.

Rupert Newman, Hospital Club, London

To coincide with London Fashion Week, Rupert Newman will be creating a series of multi-sensory installation pieces exploring the interaction between the static and the projected image.