Phantasmagoria: Photographs by Marco Sanges, Proud Camden

Marco Sanges’ black and white photography is influenced by the sequential nature of cinema, in particular the black and white films of the silent era. His photographs are created in sequence.

Uncommon Ground at Flowers Gallery, London

Uncommon Ground is an exploration of environmental interventions in photography. It obscures the intersection between photographs of observed reality and artistically altered reality.

The Tanks: Art in Action at Tate Modern, London

Upon descending the grey, scarred slope of the Turbine Hall, a new and unfamiliar opening in the wall reveals itself to the right. This is the entrance to a previously hidden set of underground chambers.

Misrepresentation, Mistake and Non-Disclosure at 33 Hoxton Square

Misrepresentation, Mistake and Non-Disclosure unites the works of five Mexican artists; Stefan Brüggemann, José Davila, Gonzalo Lebrija, Jorge Méndez Blake, and Tercerunquinto.

Boyd & Evans: VIEWS at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Boyd and Evans’ retrospective VIEWS is the latest exhibition to take over Ikon. Boyd and Evans have been working together for 40 years and have concluded from this a dynamic and intriguing show.

The Crash of Ruin Fitfully Resounds at Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles

Curated by Carole Ann Klonarides, the title of this exhibition is borrowed from Wordsworth’s poem Descriptive Sketches, a work which was written during the aftermath of the French Revolution.

Interview with Julian Stair on his new exhibition at MIMA

One of the world’s most acclaimed potters, Julian Stair’s work is well know for its subtle palette of greys, reds and white, as well as its variety of scale; from domestic to monumental.

The Fourth Height & Urs Bigler: The Crown at Erarta Galleries, London

Founded in Moscow in 1992, The Fourth Height are best known for their performative work that reflects mass culture through irony and fantasy and address post-war feminist issues. The Crown opens 20 July.

Evelyne Axell: The Great Journey into Space at Broadway 1602, New York

The Great Journey into Space is the second solo exhibition by Evelyne Axell at Broadway 1602. Axell was already an acclaimed actress and screenwriter before turning her attention to painting.

Interview with S1 Artspace Artist Resident Keith Wilson

Sculptor Keith Wilson is about to commence his two month residency at S1 Artspace, where he will be utilising the gallery as both a discussion space, working studio and display space.

Janet Cardiff: The Forty-Part Motet at BALTIC, Gateshead

Janet Cardiff understands intuitively a cardinal aesthetic principle – that less is more. She notes the virtues of a spartan layout that emphasises the nuances of a score over invasive ephemera.

VIP Photo

The world’s first online art fair is back with a new edition, VIP Photo. The event aims to represent a selection of photography reflecting the best in modern and contemporary art from leading galleries.

Ryan Gander: The Fallout of Living, Lisson Gallery

Ryan Gander’s show at Lisson takes as its theme the notion of art and artist becoming inextricable, the moment in which an artist no longer quite knows how to separate their work from their life.

Fashion Film: OUROBOROS

Karl&Tynan are the writers and directors of Ouroboros, a film of Ravensbourne’s 2012 fashion graduates. The video features all 80 fashion graduates and showcases a variety of outfits.

Aesthetica Art Prize: Painting & Drawing Showcase

Aesthetica celebrates the visual arts in all forms and that’s why our Art Prize welcomes entries from artists working in all mediums. Artists may submit their work into any one of the four categories.

HOME: A Public Art Project for Peckham

As a society we are less fixed on living in one place, Julia Vogl’s latest work HOME is a large scale public art work, audio and visual, that reflects Peckham’s residents’ ideas of why London is their home.

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2012: Shortlisted Artists Announced

The Jerwood Drawing Prize is the largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK. The Prize explores and celebrates the diversity, excellence and range of drawing practices.

Behind the Scenes: The Stone Roses

The Stone Roses’ recent homecoming gig in Manchester has been hailed as a triumph. For those of you who still want more, Dennis Morris’ photo essay on the rise of the band’s career should suffice.

Vivienne Westwood’s Vision of London, Tate Britain

Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood appears in a brand new film to talk about two paintings which capture her vision of London. Westwood discusses the work of Frank Auerbach and JM Whistler.

Edvard Munch: The Modern Eye at Tate Modern, London

If Edvard Munch is mentioned in conversation; The Scream will surely follow. He may be spoken of as the Norwegian painter whose 1895 pastel version of The Scream sold by Sotheby’s for $120 million.