Art Basel Presents its 2014 Film Programme, Miami Beach, Florida

Since a few Basel gallerists put their passion and determination behind an ambitious vision in 1970, Art Basel has continued to grow in size and is now recognised as a top international art show.

Joachim Brohm: Vernacular & Modern, Grimaldi Galvin

Joachim Brohm rose to prominence in the 1980s as one of the first photographers in Europe to shoot exclusively in colour. Brohm connected colour photography with an “everyday cultural landscape.”

Realigning Architecture, Bernard Tschumi in Aesthetica Magazine

The Pompidou Centre looks to the work of Bernard Tschumi and unusually, perhaps because Tschumi espouses more theory than most, equal weight is given to both his finalised projects.

Interview with Oliver Hickmet, Artist in The Catlin Guide 2015

The UK’s most talented artists appear in the sixth edition of The Catlin Guide. The publication highlights prevailing and future trends, and has become a collectable item in its own right.

The Moderna Exhibition 2014: Society Acts, Moderna Museet Malmö, Sweden

Every four years, the Moderna Exhibition presents an inventory of Swedish contemporary art, however this year the the focus is not only on Swedish, but contemporary art from six Baltic countries; Finland, Denmark, Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Nordic Film Festival, Institute of Contemporary Arts and Other Venues, London

Presented by London based independent film company Day for Night, Nordic Film Festival returns to the UK with a diverse mix of works, showcasing some of the most celebrated and emerging filmmaking talent of the Nordic region.

Review of Artes Mundi 6

Artes Mundi 6 opened in Cardiff on 24 October at the National Museum Cardiff, Chapter and Ffotogallery, features a thought provoking collection of work from nine international artists.

Vivian Maier, In Her Own Hands, Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY

Over 40 photographs by Vivian Maier, dating from the mid-1950s to the mid-1970s, are on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York – many of which are here exhibited for the first time.

Knitting Nottingham Bonington Gallery, Nottingham

Knitting Nottingham places the spotlight on the Nottingham’s position as a world centre of creativity and innovation. It has been organised by Nottingham Trent University, as part of this year’s 170 anniversary of art and design.

Sarah & Joseph Belknap: BMO Harris Bank Chicago Works, MCA Chicago

Artistic duo Sarah and Joseph Belknap’s current practice reflects upon our place in the cosmos, their newest works which have been made for the exhibition include sculptures, a site-specific installation, and a multi-channel video.

Type Motion, FACT, Liverpool

Type Motion at FACT Liverpool features over 200 outstanding examples of text and typography being used alongside the moving image. Currently on display, the exhibition showcases the creative possibilities of opening up uses of text.

Harmonious Society, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester

A key strand of Asia Triennial Manchester 2014, Harmonious Society is a major exhibition of new commissions and UK premieres featuring over 30 major artists from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

Review of Who Are You? Grayson Perry, National Portrait Gallery

Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry presents a provocative and fascinating new exhibition which makes us question identity in modern day Britain. Perry has become a celebrity on the modern art scene, regularly presenting a refreshingly subversive view of British life.

Rediscovering Domesticity, Elmgreen & Dragset in Aesthetica Magazine

The first person to have driven by Prada Marfa, Elmgreen & Dragset’s re-creation of a Prada store set within the desolate Texan landscape, must have thought they had stumbled upon a mirage.

Interview with Sam Heydt, the Aesthetica Art Prize

Through photography Sam Heydt comments on consumerism and constructed narratives of the past with a concern for the perversity of production, consumption and decay. We speak to Heydt about the ideas and inspirations behind Chrysanthemums.

Diversity – Malaysia Art, La Galleria, Pall Mall, London

Diversity – Malaysia Art reflects the nature of Malaysia and its people. Curated by Tony Godfrey and featuring 10 artists, the exhibition opens at La Galleria, Pall Mall on 23 November.

Perceptions of Light James Turrell, Aesthetica Magazine

Previously the subject of three major exhibitions at The Guggenheim in New York, The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, James Turrell’s hallucinatory and sublime installations are recognised as among the most searching and affecting of our time.

Review of Royal Scottish Academy’s Resident ’14 Exhibition

The Royal Scottish Academy’s dual-part Resident ’14 exhibition has brought together 15 artists who have undertaken residences at venues across Scotland funded by the Royal Scottish Academy Residences Programme.

Corin Sworn, Max Mara Art Prize for Women, Whitechapel Gallery

Collezione Maramotti and Whitechapel Gallery announce a special evening of conversation, reading and performance with Corin Sworn, winner of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women.

Interview with Tom Woo, Founder and Director of HADA Contemporary

HADA Contemporary is the first East Asian gallery on Vyner Street, London. Representing a number of artists, the gallery cultivates a conversation between art in the East and the West.