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Pamela Rosenkranz: Biological Processes

Pamela Rosenkranz: Biological Processes

Pamela Rosenkranz’s Slight Agitation is a four-part project of newly commissioned, site-specific works presented in sequence within Fondazione Prada’s Cisterna.

5 To See: This Weekend

5 To See: This Weekend

Our 5 To See for 28-31 April celebrates the innovation of 3D design and the multiplicity of disciplines within the industry internationally.

Frieze New York: Modern Complexities

Frieze New York: Modern Complexities

This year sees Frieze New York host a collection of ambitious presentations from leading international contemporary and 20th century art galleries.

Scientific Encounters

Scientific Encounters

The studio platform hrm199, led by the acclaimed artist Haroon Mirza, is the winner of FACT and CERN’s COLLIDE International Award 2017.

Contemporary Systems

Contemporary Systems

Art Cologne is the oldest fair of its kind having started with just 18 galleries in 1967. Today around 200 commercial galleries come together each spring.

Celebrating Analogue

Celebrating Analogue

Has materiality gone out of style? Tony Chambers, Editor-in-Chief at Wallpaper* Magazine seeks to prove otherwise in an unprecedented auction at Sotheby’s.

5 To See

5 To See

Our 5 To See dives deep into the fabric of modern living in the 20th and 21st centuries. Kiasma deciphers the world of the digital revolution, while Moderna Museet reflects on Malmö’s subculture.

Viva Arte: 10 to See

Viva Arte: 10 to See

The 57th Venice Biennale, VIVA ARTE VIVA will feature 120 artists from 51 countries, as well as 85 National Participations in the Giardini Pavilions.

Digital Living

Digital Living

The European Media Art Festival collates a diverse selection of artists and contributors under the title of Push: Living in the Hyper Information Age.

Momentary Sculpture

Momentary Sculpture

The 2017 Skulptur Projekte exhibition gives more scope to performative approaches and reflects on the longevity of sculpture in the public realm.

documenta 14: Multi-Dimensional Representation

documenta 14: Multi-Dimensional Representation

documenta 14 and the National Museum of Contemporary Art collaborate on a programme that spans both both institutions and their founding cities.

Artistic Celebration

Artistic Celebration

Edinburgh Art Festival announces details of its 14th edition, including partner exhibitions and pop-up events by contemporary and modern artists.

Aesthetica Art Prize Shortlist

Aesthetica Art Prize Shortlist

The fifth Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition opens 26 May and continues until 10 September at York Art Gallery, showcasing the 16 shortlisted artists.

Venice Biennale: Ephemeral Technology

Venice Biennale: Ephemeral Technology

Representing Austria in their national pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale are two innovators in the field of sculpture: Brigitte Kowanz and Erwin Wurm.

Woven Histories

Woven Histories

The National Gallery unveils The Caged Bird’s Song, a new tapestry by Turner Prize-winning artist Chris Ofili created in collaboration with Dovecot Studios.

5 To See

5 To See

We line up an extraordinary series of shows this bank holiday weekend. LACMA surveys the Dwan Gallery and LOOK/17 explores urbanism in photography.

Refugee Housing

Refugee Housing

Making Heimat, Germany. Arrival Country, Atlas of Refugee Housing takes stock of the various types of housing available in German arrival cities.

Paralleled Worlds

Paralleled Worlds

Art Beijing, opening on 29 April, brings an energetic selection of regional and international exhibitors to the fore for its 12th consecutive exhibition.

Visual Supremacy

Visual Supremacy

In The Centrifugal Soul, artist Mat Collishaw draws on various forms of illusion in a series of new sculpture, installation and paintings.

Celebrating Design

Celebrating Design

Milan Design Week is the largest trade fair event of its kind. We round up a selection of must-see sections and exhibitors from this year’s edition.

5 To See

5 To See

Tomás Saraceno invites visitors to a cosmic concert at the Museo de Arte Moderno and YSP examines Colour and Sequence in 1960s British Art.

Somerset House Studios: Dynamic Communities

Somerset House Studios: Dynamic Communities

Joining the 33 onsite artists, a further 25 creatives take up the residency this April, promising to enhance the existing community and practices.

Appropriated Language

Appropriated Language

Stefan Brüggemann’s masterful wordplay and conceptual rigour coalesce to create a body of work that focuses on appropriation and displacement.

Dismantling Structures

Dismantling Structures

MoMA, New York, charts the creative developments that the 1950s and 1960s offered for women, including an eruption of abstract practices and social revolt.

Futuristic Argentina

Futuristic Argentina

Since its founding 25 years ago, arteBA has established itself as one of the most important fairs in Argentina and a key industry meeting point.

Shifting Terms

Shifting Terms

The Turner Prize is making some historic changes to its eligibility criteria. Tate reveals that the renowned award will now welcome artists of any age.

Aesthetica Magazine Issue 76 Available Now

Aesthetica Magazine Issue 76 Available Now

The 2017 April / May edition of Aesthetica is now available, with seven photography features and coverage of international arts events and exhibitions.

Artistic Mementos

Artistic Mementos

The original Belgian art fair returns to the capital for its 35th edition in April. In 2017, Art Brussels unites 144 galleries from 28 countries in three sections.

5 To See

5 To See

The Whitney Museum and Parasol unit spend time with artists who consider a range of perspectives in today’s shifting sociopolitical landscape.

The Armory Show: Thematic Diversity

The Armory Show: Thematic Diversity

With representation from hundreds of galleries, The Armory Show presented rare and unique objects from 20th century Masters to emerging artists.

Suspended Illuminations

Suspended Illuminations

Cerith Wyn Evans’ takeover of the Duveen Galleries at Tate Britain, London, welcomes audiences into a conceptually responsive environment.

Art Paris: African Horizons

Art Paris: African Horizons

The 19th edition of the Art Paris Art Fair pays a special tribute to artistic expressions hailing from Africa at the Grand Palais from 30 March to 2 April.

Workspace Innovation

Workspace Innovation

The Salone del Mobile.Milano hosts its 56th edition and boasts a new format for the classic section and visualisations of design and the workspace.

Bernar Venet: Versatile Forms

Bernar Venet: Versatile Forms

Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, showcases the dynamic work of Bernar Venet through six large-scale drawings alongside two new sculptures.

Inner Reflections

Inner Reflections

Multi-disciplinary artist Graeme Messer creates a new commission for The Other Art Fair. We speak to the artist ahead of the opening on 30 March.

Future Now: Day One

Future Now: Day One

The Future Now Symposium returns to York St John University 25-26 May. Through talks and panels, it will evaluate the current artistic climate.

Alberto Giacometti: Evolutionary Practice

Alberto Giacometti: Evolutionary Practice

Bringing together a distinguished set of sculptures for the first time since 1956, Tate Modern, London, offers a retrospective on the Swiss pioneer.

5 To See

5 To See

Hong Kong’s Art Week is in full-swing this weekend. To coincide with the occasion, we highlight ArtisTree’s show examining the work of Zaha Hadid.

Art Dubai: Identity and Revival

Art Dubai: Identity and Revival

If Art Dubai has long been considered to represent the Global South, this year’s 11th edition seemed skewed in favour of art from the Middle East.

Digital Rendition

Digital Rendition

Joseph Hillier harnesses the possibilities of digital technologies to create a new body of work that questions the digital revolution we are living in.

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