Bold Statements

Artist and author Harland Miller has always been surrounded by books. He is best known for making paintings inspired by Penguin’s titles.

A Dynamic Approach

“René Groebli has always been an artist on the move.” The photographer’s images are defined by dynamism, forward-looking and modernism.

Transforming Objects

A mask made of mirrors. Shoes formed from pots and pans. Joana Vasconcelos is a leading Portuguese conceptual artist creating sculptures.

Autonomous Technology

Karina Smigla-Bobinski celebrates the first prototype general use computer – examining interactive software through installation.

New Viewpoints

A house designed for watching the sunset. Mirrored structures standing in the landscape. Not Vital connects architecture and perception.

Experiencing Architecture

We live, work and sleep surrounded by buildings. So how does architecture shape our experience of the world? Samstag Museum of Art explores.

Sony World Photography Awards 2020

The Sony World Photography Awards returns for 2020, announcing the finalists and shortlist whilst introducing a new Environment category.

Creative Energy

Grayson Perry is a chronicler of contemporary life. A new show highlights the artist’s early works, exploring gender, identity and class.

Digital Acceleration

We are living at a time of fast-paced technological development. Cao Fei’s digital art treads the boundaries between physical and virtual worlds.

Translating History

Viviane Sassen’s ‘Venus & Mercury’ is a photography series is inspired by accounts of the French royal court in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Framing Nature

Trees play an essential role in our lives. A new exhibition at Hayward Gallery highlights the importance of the world’s forests through art.

Slices of Time

Emmanuelle Moureaux’s ‘Slices of Time’ responds to the Greenwich Peninsula – encouraging audiences to reflect on the here and now.

Layers of Complexity

Data plays a huge role in our lives today. Emmanuelle Moureaux creates an immersive installation that assesses how numbers are related to memory.

Reactive Installations

Cornelia Parker has spent the last 40 years making installations that make sense of the volatile, violent and precarious world in which we live.

Translating Objects

Cerith Wyn Evans’ bold, linear neon sculptures utilise light and shadow to explore truth in a climate of fake news and digital misinformation.

Aesthetica Art Prize Shortlist 2020

The Aesthetica Art Prize returns with artworks making sense of our changing world, responding to digital identities and global constructs.

Spaces for Reflection

James Turrell’s latest colour-changing light works, on view at London’s Pace Gallery, offer a moment of quiet in a fast-paced world.

New Initiatives

Saudi Arabia’s new Ministry of Culture marks a turning point in the nation’s history. A new residency programme seeks seven artists.

Atmospheric Lighting

Federica Belli taps into a quality of light that is filled with narrative and intimacy. Portraits are aglow with shadow and highlight.

Future Now 2020: Cornelia Parker

“We might not have a future unless we do something to mitigate what’s happening.” Cornelia Parker is speaking at Future Now 2020.