Mariele Neudecker, HOUSE Festival of Visual Arts, Brighton

Running in parallel with Brighton’s festival season is HOUSE, a celebration of visual art and domestic space. The lead artist for the sixth edition is Mariele Neudecker. Running from 4 until 26 May.

Tate Liverpool is 25

Since 1988, Tate Liverpool has been the home of key art works and attracted 15 million visitors. The gallery has become the most visited venue for modern and contemporary art outside of London.

PUNK: Chaos to Couture, New York

The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art opens PUNK: Chaos to Couture. Through a dynamic collection of works, the show explores punk’s influence on high fashion.

From Albers To Warhol (To Now), Museo di Santa Giulia

From Albers To Warhol (To Now), presents pieces from the Daimler Art Collection. Whilst this collection has never before seen in Italy, it has already travelled to museums across the world.

1963 at Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

The exhibition 1963 will focus on three major events: the treatment of civil rights protesters in Alabama; Martin Luther King, Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech; and the assassination of President Kennedy.

John Riddy: Palermo, London

For his fifth solo show at London’s Frith Street Gallery photographer John Riddy’s latest body of work, Palermo, takes a broader look at the less visible parts of the Sicilian capital’s urban landscape.

Catlin Art Prize, London

The Catlin Art Prize opens an exhibition at the Londonewcastle Project Space. Each of the nine Catlin Guide finalists have produced a new piece specifically commissioned for Londonewcastle.

Claire Aho: Studio Works, The Photographers’ Gallery

Claire Aho has produced a prolific output, covering editorial, advertising, fashion photography and reportage. From this body of work the selection of photographs exhibited at The Photographers’ Gallery were taken between 1950 and the 1960s.

Rosanne Olson: Rapture, New York

Rosanne Olson opens Rapture at The Robin Rice Gallery, New York 8 May. For her third photography exhibition Olson creates a dream-based series where water becomes a metaphor for the sky.

Review of Bowie Is, London

David Bowie Is at the V&A, London, tracks Bowie’s career and life through a dazzling array of costumes, props, letters, and videos. Until 11 August.

Diffusion: Cardiff International Festival of Photography

Diffusion is a city-wide event, featuring exhibitions, screenings, performances and events showcasing outstanding work from around the world, and providing a major new platform for Welsh artists.

Paul Pfeiffer: The Drives, London

The Drives is Paul Pfeiffer’s third exhibition at Thomas Dane Gallery and he brings together a large sculpture, two video installations and a series of photographs. From 26 April until 25 May.

Every Man and Woman is a Star: Martin Parr and Tom Wood at Walker Art Gallery

From young couples kissing on a dingy dance floor to the faded grandeur of a seaside town, an exhibition of work by acclaimed photographers Martin Parr and Tom Wood finds beauty in the ordinary.

Art Monaco this Weekend

For its fourth edition, the fair hosts a special four day event in The Grimaldi Forum, one of the most prestigious convention centres in Europe, and unites international art under one roof.

Turner Prize Shortlist Announced

The four artists shortlisted by Tate for the Turner Prize 2013 have been announced this morning. The artists are: Laure Prouvost, Tino Sehgal, David Shrigley and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.

The Other Art Fair, London

The Spring edition of The Other Art Fair is here. Running 25 – 28 April, the fair is an artist-led event, designed to give artists the opportunity to curate individual stands from which to sell their work.

Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition Open For One More Week

The Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition is open for one more week until 28 April. A celebration of excellence in art from across the world, it offers artists the opportunity to showcase their work.

Alexander James: Intersection

Intersection is a culmination of Alexander James’ fascination with the theme of vanitas. Running from 25 April at The Studio Building, the show highlights his mastery of a unique artistic process.

Spring Photography Selection 2013, London

Collating the practices of six artists, Flowers Gallery’s Spring Photography Selection presents work that explores the relationship between the human body and the surrounding landscape.

Superreal: Alternative Realities in Photography and Video at El Museo del Barrio, New York

Superreal explores the layered meanings and interpretations of the real as it is represented in photography and video art. Featured images examine alternative realities. From 6 February until 19 May.