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Velvet Interiors

Charlie Goodge sensitively draws attention to texture – velvet curtains and draped tablecloths create sumptuous visual environments.

5 to See: This Weekend

Top shows look at the legacies of iconic artists, photographers and architects whilst positioning the natural world as a metaphor for global issues.

Contemporary Decadance

The story of designers Herman Miller is told over ten chapters and thousands of illustrations in Herman Miller: A Way of Living.

Neutral Structures

A campus building from biotech company Unither is entirely self-sufficient, offsetting the energy it uses with renewable energy it generates onsite.

Beyond the Horizon

Anouk van Kalmthout’s works have become well-known for communicating a sense of the surreal – opening doors beyond perception.

Personal Utopias

A new exhibition explores the garden’s role in modern society through immersive structures, video installations and sound works.

10 Artists: Aesthetica Art Prize Success

From leading biennials to top cultural institutions, Aesthetica Art Prize alumni continue to demonstrate excellence across the globe.

5 to See: Eco-conscious Installations

Conservation and the fight for our planet occupies the front of collective minds in 2019, and artists are helping to further that narrative.

A Sense of Balance

A swimmer cuts through a sun-dappled pool. Chairs cast shadows in summer light. Poetic work by André Kertész is on view at Jeu de Paume.

Presence in Absence

Berlin-based artist Chiharu Shiota is best known for immersive installations of interwoven threads. The largest solo show to date opens in Tokyo.

5 to See: This Weekend

From key 20th century events to dialogues between painting and photography, these shows demonstrate the importance of images in history.

Horizon Views

Spanning 1.5-hectares, and overlooking the Loire River in Nantes, ‘Polaris’ is an architectural delight spanning six mixed-use buildings.

Atmospheric Memory

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s interactive art environment offers audiences the opportunity to see, hear and touch sounds in the atmosphere.

Rewritten Futures

What will the future look like? This question forms the blueprint for The Other Side of Now: Foresight in Contemporary Caribbean Art.

Rejuvenated Influence

A collection of Renzo Piano’s sketches, photographs and plans are published by Taschen with Piano: Complete Works 1966-Today.

Challenging Perceptions

‘Jo Spence and Oreet Ashery: Misbehaving Bodies’ at Wellcome Collection explores representations of chronic illness and experiences of care.

Spiralised Gardens

Brazilian Modern: The Living Art of Roberto Brle Marx sees the lush gardens of the New York Botanical Garden burst into colour.

Life in Colour

The 20th century photographer Garry Winogrand was renowned for candid depictions of life in the US. The Brooklyn Museum presents colour work.

Digital Isolation

Coco Amardeil’s ‘Hello, It’s Me series’ is a searing portrait of adolescence – seen through the cold white glow from phone screens.

Conscious Minimalism

Sustainable fashion label Port Zienna returns with a new collection. Inspired by the natural world, it evokes the bright notes of summer.