Frieze Art Fair: Nostalgia and Discovery

Frieze Art Fair: Nostalgia and Discovery

With director Victoria Siddall describing this year’s fair as having a “sense of discovery”, Frieze London 2016 offered endless opportunities of exploration.

Dismantling Boundaries

Dismantling Boundaries

Yinka Shonibare’s sixth solo show at Stephen Friedman marks a pivotal moment in the artist’s practice. The works display the absence of the Dutch wax batik textiles for which the artist is known.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As the nights draw in our 5 To See lines up new shows for the autumn; Daniel Arsham transports viewers into a realm of material transformation.

Ronchini Gallery: Interpretation and Intervention

Ronchini Gallery: Interpretation and Intervention

Ryan Steadman, American curator and art critic, introduces a new group exhibition that explores fragmented stories. Trust Issues opens at Ronchini Gallery, London.

Ernesto Neto: Extravagant Installations

Ernesto Neto: Extravagant Installations

Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto returns to New York for the first time since 2012 to exhibit a solo collection of new works at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery.

Celebrating Lisson Gallery’s Fifth Anniversary

Celebrating Lisson Gallery’s Fifth Anniversary

Five / Fifty / Five Hundred marks the beginning of celebrations for the fifth Lisson Gallery anniversary in Milan, kicking off with a new group exhibition.

Frieze Masters 2016: New Discoveries across Art History

Frieze Masters 2016: New Discoveries across Art History

In conjunction with Frieze London 2016, the fifth edition of Frieze Masters takes place from 6 October until 9 October 2016. Find out about the fair.

Intersections and Historical Contexts

Intersections and Historical Contexts

Ahead of her new show Circles are Slices of Spheres at Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, Rosie Morris talks to Aesthetica about collaboration and historical contexts.

Frieze Art Fair 2016: Gallery Highlights

Frieze Art Fair 2016: Gallery Highlights

Frieze Art Fair features more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries.. As one of the largest events of its kind this year, we list ten highlights from the 2016 event.

Singapore Biennale 2016: An Atlas of Mirrors

Singapore Biennale 2016: An Atlas of Mirrors

The Singapore Biennale returns this month. An Atlas of Mirrors includes 62 artists, art collections and selected artworks divided into nine sub-themes.

The Other Art Fair: Future Ambition

The Other Art Fair: Future Ambition

Presenting 130 of the best emerging artists, handpicked by an influential selection committee The Other Art Fair returns to East London’s Old Truman Brewery on 6-9 October.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As September rolls into October, a whole host of new exhibitions open their doors, leaving us spoilt for choice when it comes to 5 To See.

Dialogues and Artistic Collaboration

Dialogues and Artistic Collaboration

The Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) continues in its efforts to introduce Korea’s vibrant contemporary art scene to the UK with its new exhibition, Riptide.

Gestural Sculptures

Gestural Sculptures

Simultaneous exhibitions at the Marian Goodman Gallery in Paris and London showcase Giuseppe Penone’s sensuous visual language and gestural sculptures.

Louise Bourgeois: Femininity, Botany and Family

Louise Bourgeois: Femininity, Botany and Family

For the first time ever, Louise Bourgeois’s series of 38 soft-ground etchings created between 2006 and 2010 are on show together at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset.

Landscape as Arena

Landscape as Arena

Julian Charrière’s new show opens at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, with three different bodies of work. We catch up with the artist about the exhibition,

Fontana / Melotti: An Intellectual Partnership

Fontana / Melotti: An Intellectual Partnership

The relationship between post-war Italian artists Lucio Fontana (1899 – 1968) and Fausto Melotti (1901 – 1986) is showcased at Mazzoleni, London, this Autumn, exploring the spaces they inhabit.

The Poetry of Destruction

The Poetry of Destruction

Dominique Lévy, London, exhibits new work from German artist Günther Uecker. Verletzte Felder (Wounded Fields) is Uecker’s first solo show in London for over 50 years.

Art Out Loud: Chatsworth Festival 2016

Art Out Loud: Chatsworth Festival 2016

The Chatsworth Festival, Art Out Loud, welcomes visitors to engage in talks by over 20 leading artists, curators and writers in the 16th century estate.

Juxtaposing Exhibitions

Juxtaposing Exhibitions

O / U is at both P! on Broome Street and ROOM EAST on Orchard. Though the rationale for this division is not always clear, the works echo each other.

Human Ecology

Human Ecology

In each of the pieces in Human Ecology at Galeria Nara Roesler, humans reflect their environment in specific and condensed gestures.

Robert Therrien: Relationship to Minimalism

Robert Therrien: Relationship to Minimalism

Parasol Unit, London, opens a new exhibition featuring the work of American sculpture artist, Robert Therrien, covering a career informed by Minimalism.

The Revolutionary Impact of Printing

The Revolutionary Impact of Printing

This September, art historian and curator Stephanie Seungmin Kim has combined the work of 35 contemporary artists, to create Jikji, The Golden Seed.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Running into mid-September, a medley of art fairs are preparing for previews. Our 5 To See features Shezad Dawood in London and a tribute to David Bowie in LA.

Spatial and Temporal Forms

Spatial and Temporal Forms

Pirelli HangarBicocca will showcase the first European retrospective dedicated to Kishio Suga. Situations shows installation pieces from 1969 to the present day.

Louise Bourgeois: Structures of Existence

Louise Bourgeois: Structures of Existence

One of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Louise Bourgeois has been an important figure amongst the Louisiana collection.

Beauty and Functionality

Beauty and Functionality

The words “Scandinavian design” have become a shorthand for sleek, understated and beautiful minimalism. But Scandi design is far from a catch all term.

Jeppe Hein: A New End, Art and the Landscape, Massachusetts

Jeppe Hein: A New End, Art and the Landscape, Massachusetts

Internationally celebrated Jeppe Hein has created a new site-specific labyrinth installation at Massachusetts’ World’s End in Hingham. We interview the artist.

Transformations into the Sublime

Transformations into the Sublime

Helaine Blumenfeld is widely acclaimed, having been spoken about in the context of Henry Moore. We catch up with her before exhibiting at Hignell Gallery.

Henri Barande, Saatchi Gallery, London.

Henri Barande, Saatchi Gallery, London.

Henri Barande comes to Saatchi Gallery, London, for his first and only UK exhibition this October. Viewers are allowed a once in a lifetime chance to see into his world.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Our 5 To See highlights a selection of adventurous exhibitions to retain those summer spirits this September. Abdoulaye Konaté inspires us with a series of installations rich in his Malian heritage.

Society and Personal Identity

Society and Personal Identity

Hauser & Wirth looks to showcase Fly Away, a series of new paintings and sculptures by Rashid Johnson, featuring an installation piece which draws on the impressive qualities of the gallery’s architecture.

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: Reworking Femininity

Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries Countdown: Reworking Femininity

There are two days left to enter the Aesthetica Art Prize. In the call for entries countdown, we speak to previously longlisted artist Shaelene Murray who works within a feminist art practice.

Commemorating British Legacy

Commemorating British Legacy

This August Artichoke marks the Great Fire of London with a range of spectacular art installations, performances and talk that give unique perspectives on a significant moment within the country’s history.

Tracey Emin and William Blake: Shared Concerns

Tracey Emin and William Blake: Shared Concerns

Tate Liverpool demonstrates similar thematic concerns, spirituality, birth and death, in the work of two prominent artists from disparate times.

Flesh, York Art Gallery.

Flesh, York Art Gallery.

This September York Art Gallery collaborates with Dr Jo Applin (University of York) to curate an exhibition that challenges ideas about the representation of skin in the art world.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Exploring Public and Private

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Exploring Public and Private

This autumn, Rockbund Art Museum (RAM) will stage the first solo exhibition of the influential international artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957-1996) in Greater China, 20 years after his death.

Made Here: Leeds College of Art End of Year Show 2016.

Made Here: Leeds College of Art End of Year Show 2016.

It must now be regarded as a tradition that a British art college education entails a prolonged immersion and exercise in extraordinary interdisciplinary innovation. Leeds College of Art is no different.

PAD to Celebrate 10 Years

PAD to Celebrate 10 Years

Opening on 3 October, this year’s PAD London marks the 10-year milestone for the annual art and design fair. To celebrate its anniversary, the event will be held in a bold white tent on Berkeley Square.

Q+A with Czech artist Jan Karpíšek

Q+A with Czech artist Jan Karpíšek

Czech artist Jan Karpíšek creates paintings and assemblages in collaboration with his honeybees and other natural processes. His art is connected to his interest in…