Joel Meyerowitz 50 Years of Photographs Part II: 1978-2012 at Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

Howard Greenberg Gallery presents its worldwide representation of Joel Meyerowitz, whose first solo show with the gallery, 50 Years of Photographs, is a survey of the artist’s career in two parts.

Review of Bloomberg New Contemporaries, London

For those unfamiliar with the New Contemporaries premise, the exhibition contains a small selection of this year’s crop of British art school graduates, picked by a panel of previous New Contemporaries.

Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Award Winners Ed Atkins and Naheed Raza at Jerwood Space, London

This January, the recipients of the Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards, Ed Atkins and Naheed Raza, premiere their ambitious new commissions at Jerwood Visual Arts, Jerwood Space, London.

Review of Beat Streuli: New Street, Birmingham

Triumphantly harbouring the works of Beat Streuli’s latest show New Street, Birmingham’s Ikon has been transformed into an ensemble of diverted perception and indirect human observation.

Mark and Kristen Sink: New Work, New York

Mark and Kristen Sink present a new body of work. In order to create works with a bold vintage effect, the duo utilised one of the oldest techniques in photographic history: the collodion wet plate.

Review of Tokyo 1955 – 1970: A New Avant-Garde, New York

Tokyo 1955-1970: A New Avant-Garde at MoMA demonstrates a manifold of approaches to making artworks in Japan’s post-war period. The selection embodies radical dissent and new political visions.

Jane Edden: Ornithomorph, London

Jane Edden’s Ornithomorph is built upon the artist’s fascination with the way animals are collected, classified and catalogued. She has adopted a scientific system of labelling and nomenclature.

Winter Sparks, Liverpool

FACT Liverpool presents: Winter Sparks. Running until 24 February, this interactive programme of works is literally electric. Visitors can expect to experience a personal light and sound show.

Review of Mariko Mori: Rebirth, London

Mariko Mori invites visitors of the Royal Academy to take part in “a prayer for peace and harmony for each living being on Earth” with immersive installations which reflect the artist’s Buddhist beliefs.

Floris Neusüss: Ancient and Modern, London

A pioneer of photographic art, German artist Floris Neusüss depicts the human form, nature, and aspects of domestication through his camera-less photographs. Currently on view at ATLAS Gallery.

Sandra Johnston: The Shadow of a Doubt, The Golden Thread Gallery

The Shadow of a Doubt features seven works by Sandra Johnston. Their narrative offers a diverse means of observing, reflecting and responding to the specifics of place and circumstances.

Anish Kapoor at The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney

This unique exhibition at The Museum of Contemporary Art will be Anish Kapoor’s first major presentation of his work in Australia, and includes works from the early stages of his career.

Dan Flavin: Lights, Vienna

Dan Flavin presents Lights at mumok. Running until 3 February, Flavin uses commercially available fluorescent tubes in standard sizes and colours to create a (literally) sparkling exhibition.

Jerwood Visual Arts Announces The Five Artists Selected For Jerwood Makers Open 2013

Jerwood Visual Arts has announced the five artists selected for Jerwood Makers Open 2013: a unique commissioning opportunity which recognises rising stars in the world of applied arts.

Interview with Martin Crimp, Writer of In the Republic of Happiness

Martin Crimp’s newest play is being performed at the Royal Court Theatre until 19 January. In the Republic of Happiness begins with the unexpected arrival of Uncle Bob with a long message.

Thames & Hudson 100 Painters of Tomorrow Art Competition

Thames & Hudson has launched a quest to find the best of the next generation of painters. 100 Painters of Tomorrow opens for entries on 15 January. This ambitious new project is initiated by Kurt Beers.

Kate MccGwire: Lure at All Visual Arts, London

The title of Kate MccGwire’s major solo exhibition, Lure, is a dual reference to the ring of feathers used by a falconer to call and command their birds, and to the siren-like call of the work itself.

Art Theatre Guild and Japanese Underground Cinema, 1960 – 1986 at MoMA, New York

Art Theatre Guild is an independent film company that radically transformed Japanese cinema by producing experimental and genre-shattering films from the 1960s until the 1980s.

Interview with Marie-Jeanne Hoffner: A Particular Portion of Space, London

Paris-based artist Marie-Jeanne Hoffner presents a solo show at PayneShurvell. A Particular Portion of Space explores the contrary notions of fullness, emptiness, construction and deconstruction.

Finders Keepers A Survey of Collecting, London

The Michael Hoppen Gallery will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in fabulous style by opening a treasure trove of private photography in the gallery’s largest public exhibition to date.