Collective Depths

Ancient futures is the theme of this summer’s Primavera, an annual event at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.

5 To See: This Weekend

Our 5 To See for 30 June – 2 July invites us to reach out to those around us; Susan Hefuna’s performance looks at locality; Otobong Nkanga explores the land.

AAP: Visual Horizons, Eleanor Clayton

As part of the Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries, we shine a spotlight on members of our dynamic Jury. Eleanor Clayton is a Curator at The Hepworth.

Social Canopy

The 2017 Serpentine Pavilion has been designed by Diébédo Francis Kéré. Hailing from Burkina Faso, Kéré is the 17th architect to accept the commission.

AAP: Sculpture Today

Artist and Lecturer in Sculpture at York St John University, Dr Joanna Sperryn-Jones discusses the state of contemporary sculpture.

Industrialised Setting

Open Plan presents an ambitious range of media from 49 artists, providing a sensitive reflection on Bath’s industrial history and the concept of change.

AAP: Aesthetic Ventures, Reyahn King

Our Art Prize is judged by industry experts. Chief Executive of York Museums Trust Reyahn King was part of the panel that selected the 2017 winner.

5 To See: This Weekend

For 23-25 June, we take our first transatlantic trip of the summer season. Gagosian presents Carsten Höller’s playful sculptures, whilst MAC pays tribute to Olafur Eliasson’s environmentally-linked practice.

Influencing Exchange

The Korea/UK season kickstarts a year of cultural dialogues between two countries. 20 institutions across play host to a sequence of creative events.

Imaginary Narratives

Winner of the Prix Découverte des Amis du Palais de Tokyo, Hayoun Kwon presents audiences with a world inspired by the factual and fictional memories.

Allusive Identities

The centrepiece of the latest exhibition by Roni Horn is the photographic opus The Selected Gifts, a collection of 67 images documenting presents from 41 years.

Alternate Perceptions

Hella Jongerius’ Breathing Colour is a new collection of dynamic commissions that investigate how light conditions alter the viewer’s understanding of form.

Documenting Unfamiliarity

Returning for the ninth edition, the Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art presents MOMUNTUM 9: Alienation, exemplifying estrangement.

5 To See: Art Basel

Throughout the weekend, the city of Basel is transformed by close to 100,000 visitors, 4,000 artists, 291 galleries and 100 large-scale pieces.

Illuminated Syntax

As if, Seeing in the Manner of Listening…Hearing, as if Looking comprises a body of site-specific works By Cerith Wyn Evans that stimulate synaesthesia.

Utopian Constructions

Tomás Saraceno’s Aerosolar Journeys investigates sustainable ways of navigating the environment, enabled through multi-disciplinary research.

Design Innovation

New Designers returns with its largest edition to date and is set to feature exciting design talent in its main exhibitor and One Year On programmes.

AAP: Creating Connections

Griselda Goldsbrough draws upon the works in this year’s Art Prize to explore the different ways in which we can benefit from connecting with the arts.

5 To See: This Weekend

For the weekend of 9-11 June, we delve into the theme of motion and transition with work by Rinko Kawauchi, Alexander Calder and Chiharu Shiota.

Visual Reformation

Adam Pendleton’s shot him in the face is a new collection currently on display at BALTIC, Gateshead, the largest exhibition of the American artist to date.