Stephen J. Morgan: The Other Side of Everything, Wapping Project

Stephen J. Morgan’s The Other Side of Everything is a striking series of images, documenting familiar places that uncover the artist’s journey as a second generation Irish boy growing up in Birmingham.

Stephen Willats: Conscious – Unconscious, Oxford

Stephen Willats’ latest exhibit at Modern Art Oxford is a collection of works ranging from 1998-2013. Each work addresses his interest in the mediation of personal and interpersonal relationships.

What is Contemporary? Brancolini Grimaldi, London

Curated by Domingo Milella and Bacarelli Botticelli, What is Contemporary? is open at Brancolini Grimaldi. The group show combines contemporary photography with works of art from the past.

Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson: England and Wales 1969 at John Hansard Gallery, Southampton

The work of two leading world figures within the Land Art movement, Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson are on show at John Hansard Gallery, in a new exhibition England and Wales 1969.

Daniele Tamagni: Global Style Battles, London

Daniele Tamagni, comes to ArtEco to exhibit a collection of works from 2007. Global Style Battles is a diverse selection of images, celebrating music and fashion in a colourful display of photographic skill.

Miles Aldridge’s Carousel

Filmmaker turned fashion designer and photographer Miles Aldridge has delivered seductive sirens silk-screened in an electrifying palette to the forefront of the fashion world for 15 years.

Interview, Director of PULSE New York, Cornell DeWitt

Marking its eight edition, PULSE New York took over the city last weekend to present 60 national and international galleries, exhibiting a mix of emerging and established artists. From 9-12 May.

Christopher Williams: For Example: Dix-Huit Leçons Sur La Société Industrielle (Revision 18)

Christopher Williams opens For Example: Dix-Huit Leçons Sur La Société Industrielle at David Zwirner, London, this Friday. The show is a critical investigation into the medium of photography.

Daniel Gordon: The Green Line, Los Angeles, California

Daniel Gordon’s first solo exhibition in LA, The Green Line, is a nod to Matisse’s well-known 1905 portrait of the artist’s wife. From 18 May, his colourful and striking works will adorn the walls of M+B.

Leslie Thornton, Luna, Winkleman Gallery, New York

Leslie Thornton returns to the Winkleman Gallery, New York, to exhibit an inspiring new work. Luna is a detailed examination of nature and technology. Running, from 11 May to 22 June.

Annegret Soltau: ZeitErfahrung L’esperienza del tempo, Brescia

Annegret Soltau’s solo show is described as somewhat of a “mini retrospective.” Upon entering the gallery, the viewer is transfixed by the numerous photographs of body parts sewn together.

Palace Art and Craft Fair, Fulham Palace, London

The Palace Art and Craft Fair returns to London. Organised by the team behind Brighton Art Fair, MADE LONDON and MADE BRIGHTON showcases fresh work in the fields of art, craft and design.

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.