Jerwood Open Forest Exhibition, Jerwood Space, London

The inaugural Jerwood Open Forest exhibition examines art in the environment and what it has the potential to be in its broadest definition. This unique, multisensory exhibition of new work charts the five selected projects over a six-­‐month period.

Solo exhibition by Trisha Baga at Zabludowicz Collection, London

The Zabludowicz Collection will unveil a solo exhibition of New York-based artist Trisha Baga, in her first non-commercial gallery in the UK. It will unfold around the dramatic architecture of the Collection’s north London home.

Stan Douglas: Luanda-Kinshasa at David Zwirner, New York

For Stan Douglas‘ 12 solo show at David Zwirner, the artist will debut a new film Luanda-Kinshasa on 9 January, marking the first time the artist has filmed on location in New York.

Interview with Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards Nominee Lucy Clout

What Will They See of Me? is the second edition of the Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards and explores the importance attached to individual expressions of personal identity.

David Lynch: The Factory Photographs, TPG, London

Oscar-winning film director David Lynch extends his unique cinematic style to a series of dark and brooding images of derelict factories in David Lynch: The Factory Photographs.

Review of The Lady from the Sea by Thomas-Zanon Larcher and Jules Wright, Wapping Project

The Wapping Project stages a contemporary take on Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea in photographic essay and installation form by Thomas-Zanon Larcher and Jules Wright.

Artangel Open 2014 Deadline

Artangel Open is inviting artists working in all media across the UK to submit bold, site-specific proposals that will transform and enrich the UK’s cultural landscape. Championing innovation and creativity is at the heart of this project.

Art Projects, London Art Fair

In a new section of Art Projects, a pivotal component of the annual London Art Fair, a series of collaborations between emerging UK and international galleries is to take place.

Review: Daniel Crooks, Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, Adelaide

In recent years the cinematic narratives of Daniel Crooks have gained international recognition for their mesmerising visions of time and space. This is Australia’s first survey of the New Zealand born multi-media artist.

Art Basel Miami Beach Day Three

There’s still time to get along to Art Basel Miami Beach. As well as the stunning list of exhibitors, there are sectors allowing visitors to explore the many dimensions of Modern and contemporary art.

Art Basel Miami Beach Day Two

The second day of Art Basel Miami Beach is upon us and there are still hundreds of galleries to check out. Participants from Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, and Africa make up the impressive list of exhibitors at this year’s event.

Art Basel Miami Beach Opens Today

Classic art deco boulevards, long white beaches and a glitzy night life provide the backdrop to Art Basel Miami Beach. Art Basel, which began in 1970, is recognised as a premier international art fair.

Celebrating Short Film

Discover the highlights from this year’s Aesthetica Short Film Festival and watch a selection of the films we screened across the city of York.

Exposing Secrets

Atiq Rahimi’s The Patience Stone is built upon the ancient Persian myth that the syngué sabour is a confessional tool, an object on which you can lay all your secrets, your despairs and your rage.

Review of Ana Mendieta: Traces at the Hayward Gallery, London

Traces marks the UK’s first retrospective of work by Ana Mendieta through a show of films, sculptures, photographs, drawings, personal writings and notebooks, and a slide-room.

AV Festival 14: EXTRACTION, North East England, March 2014

AV Festival 14: EXTRACTION takes place at venues across the North East of England, including Mima, Sage Gateshead, BALTIC, Tyneside Cinema, NGCA, Star & Shadow, Laing Art Gallery and other spaces.

Review of 3 am: wonder, paranoia and the restless night, The Bluecoat

3 am can be an extraordinary hour when some fear ghosts and monsters are on the prowl, when animals feel able to move without human detection and the young feel able to express themselves freely.

An Album: Cinematheque Tangier, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

Tangier-based artist, Yto Barrada probes into the material history and visual culture of her hometown in this multi-layered exhibition of films, artworks, posters and ephemera, on display at Walker Art Center.

Miles Aldridge at the launch of the House of Peroni, London

House of Peroni, London, opens its doors to celebrate Italian style and creativity with Miles Aldridge. Fashion photographer, Aldridge, is inspired by Fellini’s era-defining film, 8 1/2.

Review of Push Your Art: Cécile B. Evans, Mathieu Mercier, David Ancelin, Philipp Engelhardt, Romain Sein at Palais de Tokyo

The group exhibition Push Your Art is a logical completion for the first edition of international contest for technologically innovative art creation. The 2013 theme is 3D relief.