Interview with ASFF Best of Fest Winner, Rich Williamson

The deadline for submissions for ASFF is fast approaching. There is just under a month left to submit short films to the festival, and the final deadline for submissions is 31 May.

Review of Saloua Raouda Choucair at Tate Modern

The world’s first major museum exhibition of Saloua Raouda Choucair is long over-due. Choucair has dedicated her life to art through her interest in a vast array of subjects such as Islamic art and poetry.

Aesthetica Offer, Hans Josephsohn, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The first UK major indoor and outdoor Hans Josephsohn exhibition launches this week at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, showcasing work from a career which spanned almost 60 years.

Mariele Neudecker, HOUSE Festival of Visual Arts, Brighton

Running in parallel with Brighton’s festival season is HOUSE, a celebration of visual art and domestic space. The lead artist for the sixth edition is Mariele Neudecker. Running from 4 until 26 May.

Los Carpinteros: Irreversible at Sean Kelly, New York

Los Carpinteros’ new exhibition Irreversible will open on 11 May at Sean Kelly. The show will be installed in all three of the gallery’s spaces and will include new sculptures as well as a video installation.

Interview with Previous ASFF Entrants, the Blaine Brothers

To celebrate the final month of ASFF’s Call for Entries, we caught up with entrant Ben Blaine of the British filmmaking duo the Blaine Brothers. Their comedy, The Maestro, screened at ASFF 2011.

Athens Video Art Festival 2013

The Athens Video Art Festival returns for the ninth edition of the International Festival of Digital Arts & New Media. Shows, screenings and events will be hosted at the Historical Centre of Athens.

Tate Liverpool is 25

Since 1988, Tate Liverpool has been the home of key art works and attracted 15 million visitors. The gallery has become the most visited venue for modern and contemporary art outside of London.

Mike Kelley, Mobile Homestead, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit

Mobile Homestead is a permanent art work by the late Mike Kelley located on the grounds of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. It’s both a public sculpture and a personal structure.

PUNK: Chaos to Couture, New York

The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art opens PUNK: Chaos to Couture. Through a dynamic collection of works, the show explores punk’s influence on high fashion.

From Albers To Warhol (To Now), Museo di Santa Giulia

From Albers To Warhol (To Now), presents pieces from the Daimler Art Collection. Whilst this collection has never before seen in Italy, it has already travelled to museums across the world.

1963 at Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

The exhibition 1963 will focus on three major events: the treatment of civil rights protesters in Alabama; Martin Luther King, Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech; and the assassination of President Kennedy.

John Riddy: Palermo, London

For his fifth solo show at London’s Frith Street Gallery photographer John Riddy’s latest body of work, Palermo, takes a broader look at the less visible parts of the Sicilian capital’s urban landscape.

One Month Left to Enter the Aesthetica Short Film Festival

There is just one month to go before the submission deadline for ASFF. Enter your film by 31 May to screen your work in an impressive setting and be in with the chance of winning a cash prize.

Catlin Art Prize, London

The Catlin Art Prize opens an exhibition at the Londonewcastle Project Space. Each of the nine Catlin Guide finalists have produced a new piece specifically commissioned for Londonewcastle.

Bella Kerr: Keeper at Mission Gallery in Swansea

Keeper(s) investigates the gallery space, the role of the artist and the participation of the viewer. On entering the space we are given the opportunity to interact with the show, becoming a malleable object.

Claire Aho: Studio Works, The Photographers’ Gallery

Claire Aho has produced a prolific output, covering editorial, advertising, fashion photography and reportage. From this body of work the selection of photographs exhibited at The Photographers’ Gallery were taken between 1950 and the 1960s.

Julian Stair: The Matter of Life & Death, York St Mary’s

The Matter of Life and Death is a new installation by Julian Stair. Exploring the rituals surrounding death, the works have been created in response to ceramics from the collections of York Museums Trust.

Nikolas Gambaroff: Quality Interiors, Gio Marconi Gallery, Milan

Milan’s Gio Marconi Gallery’s latest offering is Quality Interiors by Nikolas Gambaroff, which runs until 18 May, and sees the New York-based artist’s first solo show at gallery. Until 18 May.

Rosanne Olson: Rapture, New York

Rosanne Olson opens Rapture at The Robin Rice Gallery, New York 8 May. For her third photography exhibition Olson creates a dream-based series where water becomes a metaphor for the sky.