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Iconic Movements

After a 20-month, £3.8 million redevelopment, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, opens Pioneers of Pop, a show focusing on the work of Richard Hamilton.

Raw Materials

Nasher Sculpture Center announces Theaster Gates as the recipient of the 2018 Nasher Prize. Gates’ projects cull from the material history of a place.

Inspiring Environments

Building upon an established creative legacy, the year ahead at YSP is set to feature ambitious interventions in the park’s historic landscape.

Inspirational Habitats

Tomás Saraceno creates a site-specific sculpture for Baltimore Museum of Art. It comprises clusters of iridescent modules held in place by an intricate web.

5 To See: This Weekend

6-8 October. This week’s selection comprises world-renowned galleries, exhibitions and events with the larger goal of connection and collaboration.

Frieze London: Social Reflectors

Amongst the dizzying diversity of contemporary art on view, the greater themes pulsing through this year’s Frieze London touch upon global politics.

Technological Transition

Future Shock examines our decisive moment in history and looks to the challenges and possibilities of the future through the work of 10 artists.

Interactive Engagement

The complex military and political history of the 18th century Blenheim Palace both inspires and complements Jenny Holzer’s new works.

Associative Installation

Emmanuelle Moureaux’s I am here has won the 2017 Aesthetica Art Prize People’s Choice Award, an installation crafted from 300 colour cut-outs.

Unifying Spaces

Tate Modern’s signature series of site-specific installations in the vast former industrial space of the Turbine Hall continues with SUPERFLEX.

5 to See: This Weekend

30 September – 1 October. These unique shows utilise the constraints of two and three-dimensional forms in order to recreate sensory experiences.

Building Cultural Milieu

Swab Barcelona brings together galleries from around the world to showcase young, emerging talent in contemporary art.

Revolutionary Curation

Frieze Masters returns this October for its sixth edition, featuring highlights from the last 6,000 years of art history through more than 130 dealers.

Frieze: Global Footprints

The 15th edition of Frieze London takes place next month, an event with more than 160 galleries that showcases the ambitious visions of contemporaries.

Naturalistic Inquiries

The Bowes Museum have two parallel exhibitions open this summer, both of which attempt to open up perspectives about nature and create an interactive museum…

Sustaining Practices

The first Artists Collecting Society (ACS) Studio prize offers a current student or recent graduate the opportunity to cover the costs of a studio in the UK.

Shifting Borders

I am you, you are too at the Walker Art Center explores troubling phenomena through a diverse range of works from the institution’s collection.

AAP Exhibition: Last Chance

A platform for innovation, the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition invites audiences to engage with captivating projects from leading artists.

Representing Dichotomies

At the heart of the new group show at Marian Goodman Gallery, Sunset Décor, is a story and an image, or rather two images.

Societal Fragmentation

To See or Not to Be brings together strategies for disappearance, dissolution and transformation. It first explores physical and mental disappearance.

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