Free Range 2014, The Old Truman Brewery, London

The creative hub of East London, the Old Truman Brewery arts and media quarter on Brick Lane, plays host once again to Europe’s largest graduate art, design and fashion show, Free Range.

SohoCreate, London

SohoCreate opens next week, 4-6 June, for its inaugural creative festival. With an outstanding line-up of guests, including Rob Ryan, Michael Craig-Martin and Yinka Shonibare, the event runs panel sessions with some industry experts.

10 Degree Shows To See

Degree Show season is upon us once more and art students across the UK are in the process of preparing their final projects for examination. The concluding shows offer audiences an insight into new talents at work in the art industry.

Clifford Owens, Better the Rebel You Know, Cornerhouse, Manchester

This summer Cornerhouse in Manchester will host the first major European show by American conceptual artist Clifford Owens, across all three of its galleries. Owens’ work explores the intersection of photography, video, text and performance.

Aesthetica Art Prize Talks: Cherie Federico, Editor of Aesthetica Magazine

Cherie Federico is the Editor of Aesthetica Magazine, and judge for the Aesthetica Art Prize. She will be leading the fourth talk in the series held at York St Mary’s as part of the award.

GENERATION: Toby Paterson Exhibition, Kirkcaldy Galleries

GENERATION is an ongoing nationwide series of exhibitions celebrating 25 years of contemporary art in Scotland. Toby Paterson’s show, organised by FCA&C with the Scottish Touring Exhibitions Consortium, is one of the first exhibitions to have opened as part of the project.

The Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition Continues for One More Month

Today there is one month left to visit the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition at York St Mary’s. The show represents the breadth and quality of work being produced today in the UK and internationally.

Marco Sanges, Von Hagen by Sanges, Kleine Olympiahalle

Gunther von Hagens is best known for his controversial Body Worlds exhibitions, which he has showcased across the globe. In Body Worlds, von Hagens presents a series of human bodies.

Aesthetica Art Prize Talks: James Boaden, Lecturer in History of Art at the University of York

The third in the series of free lunchtime talks taking place as part of the Aesthetica Art Prize is led by University of York Lecturer and Art Historian, James Boaden. Join Boaden at York St Mary’s as he talks about the evolution of film.

Bruno Barbey & Ian Berry, Spring Revolutions, 1968 – A Tale of Two Cities, Atlas Gallery, London

In May and August of 1968 two very different uprisings took place on the streets of two European cities, photographed by two very different photographers. This exhibition showcases the work of Ian Berry and Bruno Barbey.

Marco Sanges, The Indecent Eye, Hay Hill Gallery, London

The photography of Marco Sanges creates dramatic works peopled by uncanny, larger than life characters. His untidy troupe of old money and sugar daddies wear their powdered wigs and brylcremed toupees at jaunty angles.

Review of Andreas Gursky, White Cube, Bermondsey

A new exhibition of Andreas Gursky’s photography is now open at the White Cube. His first solo show in London in seven years, it encompasses both past projects and new works.

Aesthetica Art Prize Artist: Alec Von Bargen, Photographic & Digital Art

Alec Von Bargen is one of 100 contemporary artists longlisted in this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize, an annual celebration of outstanding contemporary art from around the world.

James Welling Prints available with Light Work Subscription Programme

Limited edition prints by James Welling, John Chervinsky, Lucas Foglia, Irina Rozovsky and signed copies of Peter Mitchell’s Strangely Familiar are available via Light Work’s Subscription Programme.

Araki by Araki, Taschen

Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki (b. 1940) has spent the entirety of his life capturing the female form. With his wife as his central muse, the artist has shot over 250 books of women, flowers and city landscapes.

Bowlarama: California Bowling Architecture 1954-1964, A+D Architecture and Design Museum, Los Angeles

The A+D Architecture and Design Museum is focused exclusively on progressive architecture, design and urbanism. Bowlarama: California Bowling Architecture brings a new insight into the art of the recreation centre.

Contemporary Fine Art Presents: pART3/3, The Crypt, London

pART3/3 is a group show due to open at The Crypt, London. Contemporary Fine Art Presents is a collective of 15 emerging artists from University of Portsmouth’s BA course. From 10-17 June.

Turner Prize 2014 Shortlist Announced

The four artists nominated for the Turner Prize 2014 have now been announced. Those shortlisted for the award are: Duncan Campbell, Ciara Phillips, James Richards and Tris Vonna-Michell.

National Portrait Gallery: Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize

The National Portrait Gallery, London, is now accepting entries to the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2014, a major international photographic competition and an important platform for portrait photographers.

Aesthetica Art Prize Reviewed In The Northern Echo

The Aesthetica Art Prize is on show at York St Mary’s – York Art Gallery’s contemporary art space, presenting the works of eight shortlisted artists spanning media from painting and photography to installation and performance.