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Anne Collier interrogates popular culture in order to investigate gender stereotypes, challenging outdated notions of female identity.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

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