Dark Tales, Mead Carney

Photographs of well-known faces playing various roles in unusual settings will be on display in Dark Tales, the first solo show by internationally acclaimed Rich Hardcastle at Mead Carney.

Review: Berlin Fashion Week

Berlin Fashion Week showcased some of the biggest competitors in the casual streetwear market and drew a sharp contrast with the trends appearing at high-end presentations such as Premium and Bread & Butter.

The New York Moment, Saint-Etienne Nouveau Siècle Festival

Working with the Opéra Théâtre de Saint-Étienne and the Musée d’art moderne, Nouveau Siècle Festival creates a focal point for American art through a new strand, The New York Moment.

Aziz + Cucher: Time of the Empress, Gazelli Art House

New animations and photography works are currently on display at Gazelli Art House from Aziz + Cucher. The art showcases their sustained interest in representing the landscape through their lyrical, meditative, and occasionally sinister perspective.

photo l.a.

Los Angeles photographic art exposition, photo l.a. returns for its 23rd edition from 16 – 19 January. The long-standing event takes up residence in the iconic LA Mart building for the first time this year.

The Museum and Architecture Collection: Building M+, Hong Kong

M+ is Hong Kong’s new museum for visual culture, encompassing 20th and 21st century art, design and architecture and the moving image from Hong Kong, China, Asia and beyond.

World-Class Award Winning Buildings: The Architecture Centre, Bristol, 22 January – 19 April 2014

The Architecture Centre in Bristol presents an exhibition of winning projects from the Royal Institute of British Architects’ prestigious international awards programme.

The Hepworth Wakefield and International Dialogues in Art Projects at London Art Fair

Until 19 January, the 26th edition of the London Art Fair, showcasing the best of Modern British and contemporary art, will feature its first museum partnership with The Hepworth Wakefield.

Jessica Eaton: Ad Infinitum, The Hospital Club Gallery

Neon colour and geometric shapes light up the work of photographer Jessica Eaton (b.1977) in her debut London exhibition, Ad Infinitum, on display at The Hospital Club Gallery in collaboration with Print Sales at The Photographers’ Gallery.

Kevin Cooley & Phillip Andrew Lewis: Unexplored Territory

Bringing together photographs, photograms, videos, and works on paper, Unexplored Territory is a collection of varied and interconnected work from Kevin Cooley and Phillip Andrew Lewis.

India Art Fair

Returning for its sixth edition, India Art Fair opens 30 January in New Delhi. The premier modern and contemporary fair has a global reputation as being one of South Asia’s leading art events.

Review of Alvin Baltrop and Gordon Matta-Clark: The Piers from Here at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

As one of the UK’s leading photography spaces, Open Eye’s latest offering explores the work of two very different artists in an exhibition that opens up their works parallels and shared interests.

The Best of Terry O’Neill, The Little Black Gallery, London

As one of the most celebrated British photographers of the 20th century, with a career spanning six decades, Terry O’Neill is famed for his iconic photos of actors, musicians and politicians.

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.

Making History: Colombo Art Biennale, Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s pre-eminent platform for international dialogue in contemporary art, the Colombo Art Biennale, which opens 31 January, will feature works by artists and collectives from 12 countries.

Review of Virginie Yassef: Au milieu du Crétacé, Galerie Vallois, Paris

Entering Virginie Yassef’s solo exhibition at Parisian Galerie Vallois, the visitor faces an installation L’Objet du doute (2013), a tree trunk, obstructing his way and then it suddenly starts to stir.

Russell Marshall: 40, A Retrospective of Kate Moss, Imitate Modern

The Kate Moss story unfolds in 40, a collection of work by Russell Marshall that celebrates one of the most photographed, enigmatic icons of the time and inspires conversation about celebrity culture and Kate Moss-mania.

Zack Seckler: Botswana, Robin Rice Gallery, New York

The raw beauty of Africa is captured in photographs taken less than 500 feet above the ground in Botswana. Zack Seckler’s first photographic exhibition showcases vistas from above.

The Politics of Food, Delfina Foundation, London

During the past decade there has been a proliferation of cultural practitioners interrogating the global politics and ethics of food. Delfina Foundation has chosen 10 artists, curators and thinkers to explore the politics of food.