Juan Muñoz: Double Bind & Around, HangarBicocca, Milan

Juan Muñoz: Double Bind & Around, HangarBicocca

Over 100 sculptures in 15 works are on display at HangarBicocca in the first solo exhibition in Italy dedicated to Juan Muñoz. The show covers the entire 5,300 square meters of the gallery space.

Shubbak Festival: London’s Largest Biennial of Arabic Art

Shubbak Festival: London’s Largest Biennial of Arabic Art

Shubbak Festival is London’s largest biennial of Arabic art and takes place across the city at various art venues. The event provides a window on the contemporary culture of the Arab world.

ART Santa Fe, 9-12 July

Art Santa Fe, 9-12 July

The city of Santa Fe welcomes artists from around the world for its annual celebration of contemporary art and culture, this year marking the 15th anniversary of renowned festival, Art Santa Fe.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

The work of Ian Hamilton Finlay is ensconced at the Victoria Miro in London, and across the city at David Zwirner, the provocative and playful exhibition Black Mould continues to intrigue the public.

VOLTA 11, Basel, 15-20 June

Opening in Basel for its 11th anniversary, VOLTA proves its worth as a champion of new and emerging artists. VOLTA made its debut in 2005, creating a platform for international galleries.

Interview with Sukanya Rajaratnam, Mnuchin Gallery, Art Basel 2015

Interview with Sukanya Rajaratnam, Mnuchin Gallery, Art Basel 2015

At Art Basel 2015, Mnuchin Gallery returns with a showcase of exceptional works by Agnes Martin, Anselm Kiefer and Tavares Strachan. We speak to Sukanya Rajaratnam, Partner at Mnuchin Gallery.

Yves Klein, Lucio Fontana and Gunther Uecker: Burning, Cutting, Nailing, Skarstedt Gallery

Review of Burning, Cutting, Nailing, Skarstedt Gallery

The title of this exhibition at Skarstedt Gallery suggests a trichotomy of violence and destruction. The works present a wilful reforming of the canvas through burning, cutting and nailing.

Shirazeh Houshiary: Smell of First Snow, Lisson Gallery, London

Shirazeh Houshiary: Smell of First Snow, Lisson Gallery

For her eighth exhibition at Lisson Gallery, Shirazeh Houshiary presents a series of large-scale works in pale ocean hues – pencilled with words, sprawling like branches or undulating ripples.

Graham Fagen, Venice Biennale, Palazzo Fontana

Graham Fagen, Venice Biennale, Palazzo Fontana

Leading contemporary artist Graham Fagen, senior lecturer at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, is representing Scotland at the Venice Biennale 2015 until 22 November.

Ekebergparken: Oslo’s Eccentric Philanthropist brings World Class Sculpture to The People’s Park

Ekebergparken Oslo Review

Overlooking the pale blue waters of the Oslo fjord, out upon the jagged peaks of Oslo’s Langøyene, Hovedøya and Gressholmen islands is Ekebergparken, the public sculpture park.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See: Smell of First Snow is a breath-taking and ethereal exhibition from Shirazeh Houshiary in London, standing in sharp contrast to the Louise Bourgeois show at Haus der Kunst in Munich.

Interview with Artist Robin Meier, Audemars Piguet, Art Basel 2015

Interview with Robin Meier, Audemars Piguet, Art Basel

Audemars Piguet presents Synchronicity by artist and composer Robin Meier at Art Basel 2015. Meier reveals his interests in self-organisation among fireflies – a key theme of this immersive installation.

The heart is deceitful above all things, HOME, Manchester

The heart is deceitful above all things, HOME

HOME’s inaugural exhibition, The heart is deceitful above all things, presents a mixture of exciting new commissions and existing artworks and is co-curated by Sarah Perks and Omar Kholeif.

Images Moving Out Onto Space, Tate St Ives

Images Moving Out Onto Space, Tate

Tate St Ives invites audiences to explore motion in art through a new, interactive exhibition. Images Moving Out Onto Space unites the work of eight artists, including Bridget Riley and Dan Flavin.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Our 5 To See is a whirlwind tour around the globe. Frédéric Brenner decorates the walls of the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York, and Tate plays host to a retrospective of Agnes Martins’ work.

Interview: Liverpool Hope University Art Graduates

Liverpool Hope University’s Department of Fine and Applied Art focuses on exploring visual possibilities. We speak to students on the Fine Art & Design courses about the value of their experience.

Aesthetica Issue 65, June / July Out Now

Aesthetica Issue 65 Out Now

In Issue 65 we explore new territories. We consider how art influences fashion and how in turn these disciplines influence almost everything from architecture and interior design to popular culture.

Laura de Santillana & Alessandro Diaz de Santillana, YSP

Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, presents a collection of works designed by the internationally renowned duo Laura de Santillana and Alessandro Diaz de Santillana until 6 September.

Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk, Turner Contemporary

Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk, Turner Contemporary

Turner Contemporary’s exhibition surveys Grayson Perry’s career from his earliest watercolours to his latest architectural project, showing him as an unflinching commentator on society and art.

Momentum 8: 8th Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art

Momentum 8: 8th Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art

The 8th Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art explores the idea of Tunnel Vision and presents innovative art in Moss, just outside of Oslo and in which Edvard Munch lived for four years.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

In London, we take a look at the growth of luxury brands at The V&A and in Paris, Bruce Nauman takes over the main space of the Fondation Cartier. Across the pond in New York, Gagosian presents Richard Prince’s collection of books and letters.

Patricia Cronin, Shrine for Girls, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice

Patricia Cronin, Shrine for Girls, La Biennale di Venezia

Curator Ludovico Pratesi and The Brooklyn Rail Curatorial Projects present Shrine for Girls by New York-based artist Patricia Cronin at the 56th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia.

Julia Vogl: Tysons Tiles, Tysons, Virginia

Julia Vogl: Tysons Tiles, Tysons, Virginia

Set up by the Arts Council of Fairfax County, from May 18 through to August 3, artist Julia Vogl will begin installing public artworks across Tysons following a community engagement project.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Our 5 To See captures a comprehensive variety of artwork. We take a look at Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama at David Zwirner in New York and Krištof Kintera at the Kunsthal Gallery in Rotterdam.

The Work of Dagmar Dost-Nolden, Painter and Sculptor

Born in Prague, Czech Republic, Dagmar Dost-Nolden is an international artist, painter, sculptor and performer. She is fascinated by different forms of energy, which is the main subject of her art.

Interview with Artist Margery Amdur, Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 Longlist

Interview with Artist Margery Amdur, Aesthetica Art Prize

American artist Margery Amdur blurs the boundary between painting and sculpture. We speak to the artist about her interest in the embellishment of the everyday and attraction to tactility and repetition.

The 46th Art Basel, Switzerland

The 46th Art Basel, Switzerland

Artists from across the globe are represented at the 46th edition of the international art show Art Basel, with 283 leading galleries presenting a selection from 33 countries which ranges from key figures of 20th century modernism to new and emerging artists at the forefront of contemporary practice.

Interview with Greg Lulay, Director at David Zwirner, New York

Interview with Greg Lulay, Director at David Zwirner, NY

David Zwirner presents a collection of work by celebrated artists John McCracken and Franz West at the annual Frieze New York art fair. We speak to Greg Lulay, Director at David Zwirner.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Our 5 To See encapsulates a fantastic variety of exhibitions, from the fast-paced streets of New York to the urban sprawl of Paris. Featured galleries: Huis Marseille, Whitney Museum and more.

The Catlin Art Prize, Londonewcastle Project Space, London

The Catlin Art Prize, Londonewcastle Project Space, London

The 2015 shortlist has been announced for the ninth annual Catlin Art Prize, which aims to promote the work of emerging artists in their first year after graduation from the UK’s art schools.

Interview with Cecilia Alemani, Curator of Frieze Projects and Sounds, Frieze New York

Interview with Cecilia Alemani, Curator of Frieze Projects & Sounds

Frieze New York 2015 sees Cecilia Alemani curate the art fair’s Projects and Sounds programme which features work from Korakrit Arunanondchai, Pia Camil, Alicja Kwade and Xaviera Simmons.

Helena Almeida, Inhabited Drawings / Desenhos Habitados, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

Helena Almeida, Inhabited Drawings, Richard Saltoun

Throughout her career, Portuguese artist Helena Almeida has questioned the limits of traditional media by using her body as the subject of her work.

Interview with Patricia Mato-Mora, Aesthetica Art Prize

Patricia Mato-Mora is a London-based ceramic artist and writer. Her work was selected for this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize longlist and is featured in 2015’s guide to pioneering artists, Future Now.

Sarah Lucas, British Pavilion, 56th Venice Biennale

Sarah Lucas, British Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale

Sarah Lucas will present her much anticipated solo exhibition in the British Pavilion as part of the 2015 Venice Biennale. Most recently, a survey of her work featured at Tramway in Glasgow.

Pamela Rosenkranz, Our Product, 56th International Art Exhibition la Biennale di Venezia, Venice

Pamela Rosenkranz: Our Product 56th Venice Biennale

Swiss-born artist Pamela Rosenkranz’s work embodies a foreboding view of the contemporary world and its central tenets. Her latest exhibition Our Product at the Venice Biennale is no exception.

The Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition 2015: Film Now Available to Watch

A short film about the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition 2015 is now available to watch, presenting insights into the work of the shortlisted artists through interviews, clips from the preview night and close ups of the stunning pieces.

Defining the Territory: Ends of the Earth, Land Art to 1974

Defining the Territory: Ends of the Earth, Land Art to 1974

The first large-scale survey of Land Art took place at MOCA, Los Angeles, in 2012. This exhibition looked at the historical origins of artists’ interactions with landscape. Featured in issue 48.

Review of Carol Bove: The Plastic Unit, David Zwirner, London

Review of Carol Bove: The Plastic Unit, David Zwirner

In Carol Bove’s first show at David Zwirner, London, The Plastic Unit, the subtle elegance emitted from the Mayfair townhouse, is sharply placed at odds with Bove’s curious combinations of materials.

Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk, Turner Contemporary, Margate

Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk, Turner Contemporary

In a selection of previously unseen collaged and painted sketchbooks, rarely seen super-8 films and recent tapestries, this show follows the development of ‘provincial punk’ in the early 1980s

Ursula von Rydingsvard, The 56th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, Giardino della Marinaressa, Venice

Yorkshire Sculpture Park Presents Ursula von Rydingsvard in Venice

In the setting of the Giardino della Marinaressa, and as an official Collateral Event at la Biennale di Venezia, YSP presents a major open-air exhibition of sculptures by Ursula von Rydingsvard.