Patternity: Pattern Power/Superstripe, London

Patternity presents Pattern Power/ Superstripe at the London Newcastle Project Space from 6 April. The exhibition opens a series of events that explore the powerful presence of pattern.

New Order: British Art Today at Saatchi Gallery, London

Saatchi launches a new programme of exhibitions that will continue the gallery’s 25-year-long support of emerging artists and its drive to make contemporary art as widely available as possible.

PULSE New York

PULSE New York returns to present 60 national and international galleries, exhibiting a mix of emerging and established artists. The fair celebrates artistic practice and a range of talent.

Anguish and Enthusiasm: What Do You Do With Your Revolution Once You’ve Got It at Cornerhouse

Cornerhouse opens Anguish and Enthusiasm: a show investigating post-revolutionary periods and exploring perspectives from Latin America, Eastern Europe, Asia and beyond.

POP! Design Culture Fashion, The Civic, Barnsley

Pop! Design Culture Fashion at The Civic celebrates poodle skirts, rockers, Mods, kitsch glamour and 1970s retro. The show uncovers a time when music, art and fashion blurred the boundaries of style.

Adrian Melis: The Value of Absence at Kunsthalle Basel

Kunsthalle Basel’s calendar includes the first solo show by the Cuban artist Adrian Melis. In the centre of the work of the Havana-born artist are depictions of the socialist and capitalist economic system.

Lottie Davies: Memories and Nightmares, London

Lottie Davies focuses her work on stories and personal histories, embracing the tales and myths society uses to construct life, and LA Noble Gallery present…

BiennaleOnline: Emerging Artists Of The Future Announced

The online platform ART+ announces 180 of the most promising emerging artists at a critical moment, when they are poised to become established artists, chosen by 30 world-leading curators.

Diffusion

An international exhibition of photography, European Chronicles in Cardiff uses lens-based media to initiate debate about European social identities.

Rudy Burckhardt

Refusing simply to angle his lens at those he passed in the street, Rudy Burckhardt managed to record the shapes, patterns and architecture of his locations, leaving society to weave in and out of the frames.

Astrid Kruse Jensen

Astrid Kruse Jensen builds her entire portfolio on dynamic oppositions; girls in dazzling red chase across black backdrops and glowing light highlights silhouettes.

2013 Sony World Photography Awards

The Sony World Photography Awards collate thousands of remarkable images that uncover the secrets of humanity through countless pairs of eyes.

Man Ray: Portraits, London

The works showcased in this exhibition are arranged chronologically according to specific stages of Man Ray’s artistic career, commencing in New York and concluding in Paris. At NPG until 27 May.

Jimmy De Sana at Wilkinson Gallery, London

Wilkinson Gallery announces it’s third solo exhibition by Jimmy De Sana (1950 – 1980). The exhibition will open on 5 April and will include colour photographs, produced during the late 70s and 80s.

Brett Weston: Nudes & Dunes, Michael Hoppen

For the first time in the UK, Michael Hoppen exhibits a comprehensive vintage selection of Brett Weston’s Nudes and Dunes. Weston developed a clear sense of form and an interest in abstraction.

6 To See This Bank Holiday Weekend

The Bank Holiday is a great time to explore new exhibitions. From Amsterdam to New York we uncover the best in contemporary art in international galleries across a variety of practices.

Syngenta Photography Award Finalists Announced

The finalists of the Syngenta Photography Award were announced today. The three names shortlisted for the Professional Commission are: Jan Brykczynski, Pablo Lopez Luz and Mimi Mollica.

Johan Van der Keuken: Up to the Light, Amsterdam

Up to the Light focuses on the way in which filmmaker and photographer Johan Van der Keuken brought together contrasting images in his films and observed a world in constant transition.

Review Of Kochi-Muziris Biennale

The announcement of a new biennial prompts the question: why? The art world is saturated with 250 large-scale recurring exhibitions. Kochi-Muziris Biennale comes as a pleasant, and exciting, surprise.

Art Paris Art Fair

Art Paris Art Fair arrives this weekend at Grand Palais. Hosting 20 countries and 143 galleries it presents modern and contemporary art. The event previews on 27 March and runs until 1 April.