Emphasising the Everyday

Highlighting functionality over complex shapes and unnecessary materials, Embodiment, published by Phaidon examines the portfolio of Naoto Fukasawa.

Dimensional Boundaries

Antony Gormley is known for an interest in the spatial relationships between human bodies and the surrounding landscape.

Aesthetica Future Now Symposium

Future Now provides an imaginative platform for attendees to consider the arts ecosystem within a broader social, political and professional context.

5 to See: This Weekend

The top picks for 24-25 March engage with art history, reinventing traditional approaches through photography and installation.

Cyclical Structures

Work by Nathaniel Rackowe examines the changing nature of the built environment, reflecting on the life cycles of urban dwellings.

Constructed Perceptions

Work by James Casebere features as part of an exhibition exploring the relationship between photography and architecture.

Intangible Materials

James Turrell is internationally known for an engagement with natural and artificial light sources, expanding the boundaries of perception.

Rendered Memories

Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC, offers an incredibly idiosyncratic installation – a trip down Do Ho Suh’s memory lane.

Endless Vistas

Marian Goodman Gallery, Paris, revisits Ettore Spalletti’s monochromatic, minimalist panels with What is the most profound in a man, is the skin.

TOAF: Engaging Methodologies

Practitioners featured at The Other Art Fair explore and subvert the everyday through new and surprising methods.

Responses to Globalisation

By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in urbanised surroundings. Current exhibitions embrace, escape and offer solutions to this issue.

Idiosyncratic Surroundings

A new exhibition celebrates the British seaside experience through the lenses of Tony Ray-Jones, David Hurn and Simon Roberts and Martin Parr.

Elements of Abstraction

Czech practitioner Jaromír Funke pushed the limits of photography through an experimental use of light and shadow.

Photographic Insights

A strong sense of narrative permeates Robert Frank’s oeuvre. An exhibition explores work created in Paris, England, Wales and the US

Retold Narratives

The Whitworth showcases its latest major moving image acquisition – Isaac Julien’s Ten Thousand Waves.

New York Times: Art Leaders Network

New York Times invites a mix of practitioners, industry experts and prolific tastemakers to discuss the most pressing issues in art today.

Vital Perspectives

Only 30% of artists represented by commercial galleries are women. Exhibitors at Photo London foreground a strong female presence.

Luminescent Arenas

Dan Flavin’s pioneering body of work is designed to be experienced, engaging with the minimalist language of fluorescent light.

Immersive Surroundings

To mark their seventh consecutive installation at Salone del Mobile, fashion brand COS collaborates with Phillip K. Smith III.

A Painterly Lens

An exhibition at Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf, tracks the intercontinental journeys of German photographer Axel Hütte.

Collaborative Activism

The average American spends 7% of their life outdoors. YSP tracks a the work of a charity offering dialogues between societies and nature.

Uncanny Perceptions

Stéphanie Roland reates evocative compositions which are often influenced by science and technology.

Timeless Compositions

Positioning the work of leading 20th and 21st century practitioners alongside emerging artists, a show celebrates photography’s legacy.

The Unbuilt Environment

Photographer Andrew Moore’s oeuvre comprises evocative images of architectural landscapes in Cuba, Russia and Detroit.

Cultural Investigations

Anne Collier interrogates popular culture in order to investigate gender stereotypes, challenging outdated notions of female identity.

Audiovisual Statements

A new show of works by Iván Navarro explores timely themes of migration, propaganda and the collective trauma of the artist’s native Chile.

Sensory Journeys

A new exhibition at Southbank Centre, London, explores the experimental history of the venue by delving into the archives.

Immersive Materials

Olafur Eliasson and Tomás Saraceno’s sculptural works investigate notions of space, making innovative use of colour, form and light.

5 to See: This Weekend

The selection for 17-18 March celebrates the past, present and future of creative practice through performance, installation and images.

A Personal Protest

An exhibition at Asia House, London, examines ideas of space, boundaries and the tensions caused by power imbalance.

Elemental Influence

The Historic Dockyard Chatham hosts Powerful Tides: 400 years of Chatham and the Sea, an exhibition that showcases works inspired by water.

Spatial Tranquility

An exhibition at Marian Goodman Gallery transforms the institutional space into a singular, immersive installation.

Miles Aldridge: Vivid Portraiture

Miles Aldridge collaborates with other creatives, building cinematic narratives that engage with image-making from all angles.

Synchronised Environments

A multi-sensory work, consisting of moving illuminated walls, combines light and sound to expand spatial perceptions.

Textual Engagement

Scottish artist Robert Montgomery’s poetic installations engage with contemporary global issues including consumerism, war and injustice.

New Terrains

In advance of their first edition, which will take place at the end of March, Photo Macau hosts a curated agenda of exhibitions, installations and conferences.

Complex Precision

Dutch multidisciplinary artist Erwin Olaf investigates the contemporary landscape by constructing cinematic compositions.

Cultural Dynamics

Saudi artist Ahmed Mater (b.1979) has spent the last ten years photographing this surge in size of Mecca, currently on display at Brooklyn Museum.

Audiovisual Immersion

Describing herself as a child of television, Pipilotti Rist incorporates the visual language of music videos into bold, immersive installations.

Redefining the Archive

The rising popularity of documentary reflects a burgeoning desire to make sense of the world. An exhibition examines the genre’s history.

Undisclosed Locales

Gina Soden’s haunting images of abandoned structures uncover forgotten narratives, breathing life into desolate architectural forms.

Reconfigured Networks

The Baltic Material Assemblies at RIBA tracks the changing architectural discourse of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Visual Activism

In producing Somnyama Ngonyama, Zanele Muholi took a self-portrait every day, documenting the injustices she witnessed in her everyday life.

Responsible Developments

Melbourne Design Week provides an annual celebration of creativity and innovation, drawing links between practitioners and businesses.

Subjective Worlds

Daniel Shea is the winner of the 12th edition of The Foam Paul Huf Award. The work reflects on the urban landscape of late capitalism.

Proximity to Nature

Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain presents Freeing Architecture, the first major solo exhibition devoted to the work of Junya Ishigami.

Luminescent Environments

For A Slight Shift at the Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, Paris, three artists employ manmade mediums to provide poetic interpretations of the landscape.

Translating Architecture

Bas Princen challenges how audiences perceive buildings in relation to their surroundings through a new exhibition at Vitra Design Museum.

Environmental Resonance

For Marciano Art Foundation’s second artistic project, Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson takes over the expansive Theater Gallery.

Intimate Portrayals

Seydou Keïta was a portrait photographer who found fame late in life. His archive, brought to light in the early 1990s, facilitated international recognition.