Chromatic Parallels

Michael Hoppen Gallery examines Harry Gruyaert’s innovative use of colour photography to create chromatic parallels across disparate locations.

Social Definition

Paul Kasmin Gallery’s Farewell Transmission is a two-venue showcase of sculptures by Roxy Paine, spanning the spaces at 293 and 297 Tenth Avenue.

Natural Constructs

Brixton artist Lesley Hilling brings a series of floor standing and wall sculptures made from salvaged wood and found objects to Knight Webb Gallery.

Symbolic Arenas

In a considered response to Ikon’s architecture, Sheela Gowda transforms the high-ceilinged second-floor galleries with socio-political concerns.

Human Diversity

Hauser & Wirth pays homage to photographer August Sander’s oeuvre through a display of 40 rare large-scale portraits made between 1910 and 1931.

Functional Evolution

Art, science and innovation underpin Centre Pompidou’s exploration of digital technology and design; Ross Lovegrove’s fluid processes feature this summer.

Expressive Regeneration

NMWA, Washington DC, considers the concepts of specta­cle and transcendence; Revival looks at how female artists achieve emotional connections,

Autonomous Beings

Choreographer and director Wayne McGregor curates a major new series at the Roundhouse this summer, as part of Bloomberg Summer.

Shifting Climates

One of the highlights of Aarhus’s year as European Capital of Culture, the ARoS Triennial considers the relationship of art and nature throughout history.

Alex Da Corte: Possessive Illusion

Opening at secession, Vienna, Alex Da Corte’s Slow Graffiti features immersive installations that submerge the audience within vivid constructions.

Societal Responses

Extraordinary showcases the innovative work of graduands from Leeds College of Art. The college’s buildings become large-scale exhibition spaces this June.

Modular Design

One of Asia’s leading architecture and design firms, CL3, has collaborated with Lim + Lu on a new, compact furniture range for Cornell University.

Radical Transformation

British art of the 1960s is noted for its bold, artificial colour, alluring surfaces and unpredictable shapes, yet these capricious forms are underpinned by a…

5 To See: This Weekend

Our 5 To See for 2-4 June brings us into the summer season: The Whitworth challenges borders and Sprüth Magers rejoices in a dynamic flurry of light.

Conceptualised Topography

Artist Victoria Lucas draws inspiration from JG Ballard’s Concrete Island in a show that interrogates the constructs of culture and gender representation.

Charting Displacement

As part of IWM’s wider season Syria: A Conflict Explored, the gallery offers A Lens on Syria, the first UK exhibition by Sergey Ponomarev.

Issue 77 Available Now

Our June / July issue considers the current state of flux; in this age of digital alienation, it’s important to make time for reflection.

Colour Symphony

Le Corbusier and Léger. Polychromatic conversations exists in an off-site dialogue with Centre Pompidou-Metz’s retrospective on Fernand Léger.

Panoramic Histories

Mónica de Miranda is drawn back to Angola’s modernist architecture to consider the multiple geographies and histories of the city of Luanda.

Sustainable Recreation

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden reopens on 3 June with a total of 18 new artworks installed across 19-acres of the garden and Walker Campus.