Tony Cragg, Exhibition Road

Tony Cragg at Exhibition Road is a major exhibition of new outdoor sculptures created by one of the most influential British sculptors Tony Cragg for the London 2012 Festival.

London Is The Place For Me, Tricycle Theatre, London

To celebrate 50 years of political independence for Trinidad and Tobago, literature producer Melanie Abrahams and composer Dominique Le Gendre have teamed up to stage a free festival.

Gray Malin: A la Plage, A la Piscine

Shooting from helicopters, this series by Guy Malin has been photographed around the world from the U.S. to Brazil to Australia. Malin was inspired to take aerial shots from a balcony in Las Vegas.

Still, Transition Gallery and Hackney Picture House Gallery, London

The magic of film lies in its frame-by-frame flickering approximation of life. The stilling of that movement re-directs the viewer’s gaze towards an entirely new reality. Context and meaning are rearranged.

Fallen Neverland: BALTIC edition by Graham Dolphin

The second edition in the series marking BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art 10th birthday, the exclusive new colour print by Graham Dolphin whose work Fallen Neverland goes on sale 17 August.

Yoko Ono: TO THE LIGHT at Serpentine Gallery, London

John Lennon once described Yoko Ono as “the worlds most famous unknown artist”. 40 years later, her work is undoubtedly more familiar to the world but for some there still remains an air of detachment.

Around Leh: Photographs by Nishant Chandra at Out Of The Blue Art Gallery, Mumbai

Out of the Blue Art Gallery presents Around Leh, an exhibition of photographs by Nishant Chandra, exploring the splendid and scenic beauty of the Leh region in monotone greys. From 6 August.

Interview with Barry W. Hughes, Editor of SuperMassiveBlackHole

SuperMassiveBlackHole is dedicated to contemporary photography and the photographic imagery resulting from the time-based processes found in many interdisciplinary art practices today.

Designed to Win, London

The Design Museum in London have opened Designed to Win looking at the close links between sport and design. Designed to Win celebrates the ways in which design and sport are combined.

Edinburgh Art Festival Picks

The ninth Edinburgh Art Festival launches today with major exhibitions by leading international artists. Edinburgh Art Festival is the UK’s largest annual festival dedicated to visual art.

New Art Exchange Launches CULTURE CLOUD

New Art Exchange has launched the CULTURE CLOUD, an exhibition showcasing the work of 40 artists selected by public vote to have their works exhibited in the New Art Exchange.

Made in Arizona

2012 marks the 100th year since Arizona became one of the United States, and this summer The Center for Creative Photography presents a selection of images created in the state.

There’s Something Happening Here

This September Brancolini Grimaldi hosts There’s Something Happening Here, a group exhibition that showcases the work of a new generation of photographers.

Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974

The first large-scale survey of Land Art takes place at MOCA in Los Angeles, looking at the historical origins of artists’ interactions with landscape.

Cig Harvey

If Cig Harvey takes her inspiration from past and personal experiences, then the world in which she lives must be at once beautiful and terrifying.

Surrealist Explorations

A rediscovery of the feminist artist Penelope Slinger presents a timely reappraisal of her work for the first time in nearly 40 years.

From the Margin to the Edge: Brazilian Art and Design

A new exhibition at Somerset House in London contextualises Brazilian contemporary art and design within the paradigm of international artistic practice.

Russian Art: New Contexts

Utilising Venice Architecture Biennale as a platform, The Way of Enthusiasts compiles the last few decades of Russian art into a comprehensive landscape.

Mike Meiré: Economy of Attention at Bartha Contemporary, London

Just off Regent Street, where the heaving bodies and flickers of colour that illuminate the shop windows and populate the pavements collide, is the Bartha Contemporary Gallery.

Summer Show at Art’s Complex, Edinburgh

Art’s Complex is a gallery and studio space for over 300 artists in Edinburgh. Opening today, the studio’s first Summer Show will showcase some of the most exciting works being produced in the space.