Public Intimacy: Art and Other Ordinary Acts in South Africa, San Francisco

Opening this month is Public Intimacy: Art and Other Ordinary Acts in South Africa, a collaborative exhibition from SFMOMA and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA). Until 29 June.

Archive Gallery: Haus der Kunst, Munich

Haus der Kunst reveals a new permanent gallery dedicated to the presentation of its historical archive containing documents on the building’s architecture and history, alongside a talk with Martin Schmidl and Sabine Brantl on 8 March.

Walk On – From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff, 40 Years of Art Walking, mac birmingham

Walk On – From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff, 40 Years of Art Walking brings together the work of almost 40 artists including 2 and 3 dimensional pieces, video and performance.

Darren Almond: To Leave a Light Impression, White Cube, Bermondsey

Darren Almond’s To Leave a Light Impression at White Cube, Bermondsey, includes his photography series Fullmoon and Present Form, enthralling the audience across three large rooms.

Jeremy Hutchison i- at Rurart, Rouillé and Art Brussels

Jeremy Hutchison’s i- is invested in the psychology behind consumer culture. Playing with audience expectations, i- features hand models unexpectedly holding lumps of distorted clay.

Bottega Veneta & Pieter Hugo The Art of Collaboration

Bottega Veneta has joined forces with Pieter Hugo to shoot the Spring /Summer campaign. Every season the new collection is conceived and captured by an exceptional photographer.

Paul Gaffney and Michal Iwanowski, Ffotogallery, Cardiff

Paul Gaffney’s We Make the Path by Walking and Michal Iwanowski’s Clear of People will engage with the idea of journeys as both artists document their personal expeditions across the land.

The Jameel Prize 3, V&A

The Jameel Prize is a delightful antidote to any notions of poor taste and bad judgement attempting to taint the validity of Islamic culture, visual or otherwise. Running until 21 April at the V&A.

Tomio Seike: Waterscapes & Nudes, Hamiltons, London

In this exclusively online exhibition, the second of its kind for Hamiltons, waterscapes and nudes come together to blend two bodies of Tomio Seike’s work in a selection of black and white images.

Infinite City, Zabludowicz Collection

Infinite City is a group exhibition featuring works from two private collections: the Zabludowicz Collection (located in London, New York, and Sarvisalo, Finland) and Kadist Art Foundation.

Faisal Samra: C.D.R – Construction, Destruction & Reconstruction

Saudi Arabian artist Faisal Samra’s first solo exhibition in the UK opens at Ayyam Gallery, London on 13 February. The show is a response to Samra’s interest in the process of creation.

Ruin Lust, Tate Britain, London

Tate Britain’s transhistorical Ruin Lust will reveal the importance of ruins in art from the 17th century to the present day, detailing the evolution of the subject over 400 years. From 4 March to 18 May.

Interview: Artist Johny Dar

Rankin, Johny Dar and model Tuuli Shipster, have teamed up to produce the stunning calendar. Inspired by the artist’s series, DAR the BOOK, Dar hand-painted his designs directly onto Tuuli’s body.

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Art14 London

Art14 London will return to Olympia Grand, welcoming over 180 galleries from 40 countries. Running from 28 February until 2 March, the fair brings together contemporary and modern art.

AISTHESIS – All’origine delle sensazioni: Robert Irwin & James Turrell, FAI Villa e Collezione Panza

Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI) and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) join forces in AISTHESIS to document the work and the research of two leading figures of Environmental Art.

Artangel Open

Since its launch in 1999, the Artangel initiative, Open, has sought to commission outstanding works of art by UK artists. In partnership with BBC Radio 4, Artangel Open showcases work across multiple locations and forms of media.

Dallas Biennial

For the Dallas Biennial 2014 (DB14) over 50 national and international artists come together to exhibit work in multiple venues across Dallas. Running for four months, DB14 fills Texas with exhibitions, performances and lectures.

Harry Callahan, City, Pace/ MacGill Gallery, New York

Harry Callahan exposes the urban experience through photography in City at Pace/MacGill Gallery. Running until 8 March, nearly 50 of Callahan’s gelatin silver prints will be on display.

Light Work Fine Print Subscription Programme

Prints by James Welling, John Chervinsky, Lucas Foglia, Irina Rozovsky and signed copies of Peter Mitchell’s Strangely Familiar are available through Light Work’s 2014 Subscription Programme.