Seeing Through Light, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Collection

Guggenheim Abu Dhabi’s new exhibition introduces the future museum’s curatorial vision through a theme-based collection presentation, featuring artworks by 18 international artists from the 1960s to today and exploring the theme of light.

Joachim Brohm: Vernacular & Modern, Grimaldi Galvin

Joachim Brohm rose to prominence in the 1980s as one of the first photographers in Europe to shoot exclusively in colour. Brohm connected colour photography with an “everyday cultural landscape.”

Realigning Architecture, Bernard Tschumi in Aesthetica Magazine

The Pompidou Centre looks to the work of Bernard Tschumi and unusually, perhaps because Tschumi espouses more theory than most, equal weight is given to both his finalised projects.

Rediscovering Domesticity, Elmgreen & Dragset in Aesthetica Magazine

The first person to have driven by Prada Marfa, Elmgreen & Dragset’s re-creation of a Prada store set within the desolate Texan landscape, must have thought they had stumbled upon a mirage.

The Art of Our Time, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Located on an old port, on the banks of the river Nervion is the titanium-clad, cathedral like Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Designed by Frank Gehry and built in 1997, the museum resembles a fantasy ship, with soaring elevated arcs.

Women Fashion Power, Design Museum, London

Women Fashion Power at the Design Museum celebrates the exceptional and influential women from the spheres of politics, culture, business and fashion, and features cutting-edge creatives who have had an impact on the world stage.

The 41st Edition of FIAC, Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain, Grand Palais

The 41st edition of leading international art fair, FIAC brings 191 galleries from 26 countries into the vast space of Paris’ Grand Palais. The fair’s founding principles are to be attentive to the evolutions of contemporary creation.

Frieze London 2014: Highlights for the 12th Edition

Frieze London, returns to the heart of the UK’s capital, London’s Regent’s Park, for its 12th edition. Sponsored by Deutsche Bank and designed by Universal Design Studio, the fair sees new additions with the inclusion of two specialist sections.

Fotofever, Photography Art Fair: An All-Encompassing Photography Platform

The Carrousel du Louvre welcomes the international photography fair for the fifth time. Founded by Cécile Schall, this is an inimitable Parisian event which presents the opportunity to view works soaring in popularity amongst collectors.

Opening of The Fondation Louis Vuitton in the Jardin d’Acclimatation

The Fondation Louis Vuitton is a new Parisian centre for contemporary French and international artistic creation, contained within a building commissioned by Bernard Arnault, and designed by the American architect Frank Gehry.

Review of Folkestone Triennial 2014: Lookout, Folkestone, Kent

The Folkestone Triennial mobilises the past to bring contemporary art into public dialogue about a bright future. Lewis Biggs has curated site-specific works that range from experiments in relational aesthetics to proposals for regeneration.

James Reka: Trip The Light, StolenSpace Gallery, London

With his London debut, Berlin-based Australian artist James Reka explores the splendour of the dancing female form using fluid lines to create a hypnotic and dynamic movement. Until 5 October.

Rashid Johnson: Dutchman, Red Square Russian and Turkish Baths

This September, Rashid Johnson’s critically acclaimed piece, Dutchman, will run at Chicago’s Red Square Russian and Turkish Baths for five evenings as part of Performa 10 Years.

GM Architects: Museum of Civilizations, Nominee, World Architecture Festival

The Museum of Civilizations, presented by GM Architects at Venice Biennale of Architecture 2014, has been nominated for an award at The World Architecture Festival in Singapore.

City Visions: A Season Exploring Modern Cities, Barbican Centre

City Visions is a series of films, talks and debates that celebrate the energy of modern cities whilst exposing images of urban decay and deprivation. The season engages with conversations around architecture, planning and globalisation.

31st Bienal de São Paulo: How to talk about things that don’t exist, São Paolo, Brazil

The 31st Bienal de São Paulo is a poetic call to the promise of art, and addresses these things that don’t exist in several ways: how to talk about them, how to learn from them, how to live with them.

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Dover Street Market, London

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Dover Street Market holds The Next Ten Years: a series of events, installations and products. For the duration of September, the basement and second floor of Dover Street Market will be transformed.

Chasing Time, The Olympic Museum, Switzerland

Time is a key part of competitive sport, much of which is rated according to speed; it’s an essential element for designating winners and losers and establishing records.

Yang Fudong , SALT, Sandhornøy, Arctic Circle

Remote, beautiful – and increasingly endangered – the Arctic has long been a subject of fascination for many and a source of inspiration for artists. SALT is an ambitious concept to create arts and cultural experiences on our planet.

Adriano Costa, Sam Falls, Samara Scott, Michael E Smith: Zabludowicz Collection, London

The Zabludowicz Collection – which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year – is presenting four solo exhibitions of sculpture, taking place simultaneously in a former Methodist chapel.