Review of Wild Card, Casson & Friends, Sadlers Wells

Wild Card is an opportunity for a choreographer, dancer or producer to take the reins and present a selection of work for the Sadlers Wells’ audience. The first event was curated by Tim Casson.

Review of Masterpieces of Fashion Photography, LUMAS, London

Fashion photography has been evolving over the past 100 years, and Mayfair’s LUMAS gallery is currently shining light on the genre’s masterpieces in a preview before opening the official exhibition.

Pushing an Ism, Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires

Pushing an Ism at MAMBA, Buenos Aires, is a contradictory proposition. It urges us to re-acquaint ourselves with the original inspiration of much abstract art of today and the last century: the body.

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 Winners Announced

John Keane was announced as the winner of the Main Prize and rising star Suzanne Mooney took home the Student Prize at the Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 exhibition preview at York St Mary’s.

Make Yourself Comfortable at Chatsworth House

Contemporary chair design exhibition, Make Yourself Comfortable showcases furniture by innovative designers such as Thomas Heatherwick, Amanda Levete, Marc Newson, and Moritz Waldemeyer.

Review of Niki de Saint Phalle, Guggenheim Bilbao

Niki de Saint Phalle’s Mamas are huge, bounding, ecstatic forms, but this major retrospective at Guggenheim Bilbao shows that there is much more to the artist than her voluptuous figures.

Transgressing Conventional Boundaries: Bruce Nauman

We delve into the Aesthetica archive and reflect on Bruce Nauman’s exhibition featured in Issue 41. In 2011 Kunsthalle Mannheim celebrated the artist’s 70th birthday with a large-scale retrospective.

Review: Savage Beauty, V&A

The “enfant terrible” of British fashion, Alexander McQueen rose from obscurity to become one of the world’s top contemporary fashion designers.

AAP 2015 Interview with Owen Waterhouse

One of eight finalists, Owen Waterhouse will be showcasing his sculpture Möbius 1.00 in the Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition. The piece marks the 100th anniversary of the discovery of stainless steel.

Garry Winogrand, Fundacion Mapfre, Madrid

Garry Winogrand has been cited as the central photographer of his generation, named alongside greats such as Walker Evans and Robert Frank. Fundacion Mapfre presents a series of iconic works.

Review of Richard Long: The Spike Island Tapes

This is Richard Long’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, and a sees heavy exploration of carborundum; a compound of silicon and carbon that Long is experimenting with for the first time.

Fashion Photography, LUMAS

LUMAS has announced an exclusive gallery event showcasing limited editions of iconic works by the foremost fashion photographers of the 21st century.

Tom Butler: Inhabitants, Charlie Smith London

After exhibiting across Europe and America, Tom Butler’s latest show builds on the ongoing series of appropriated Victorian cabinet cards. Each subject is transformed as Butler paints each card.

Pronoia: Paranoia In reverse

Pronoia: Paranoia In reverse, an exhibition curated by Sophie Nibbs, provoked the audience to consider the pressure to constantly pursue happiness.

Sean Lynch: DeLorean Progress Report

This solo show from Irish artist Sean Lynch takes as its focus the DeLorean car factory, which operated in Dunmurry, Belfast, for one year from 1981-1982.

Interview with Marianna Simnett, Jerwood/FVU Award

This March artists Marianna Simnett and Lucy Clout, winners of the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2015, premiere new moving-image works at Jerwood Visual Arts. We speak to Simnett about her work Blood.

Mariko Mori: Cyclicscape, Sean Kelly

Mariko Mori is fascinated by Möbius strips, and in Cyclicscape at Sean Kelly Gallery, creates sculptures which play upon the idea of an infinite loop.

Testing Ground at Zabludowicz

This year marks Zabludowicz Collection’s 20th anniversary and for its spring exhibition the gallery is showing work by collective The Still House Group.

Interview with Dancer Kiara Flavin

We speak to dancer Kiara Flavin, who plays Young Cathy in Northern Ballet’s transformation of Emily Brontë’s classic novel Wuthering Heights.

Review of The Theatre of Painting, Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires

The Museum of Modern Art is brimming with colour and kaleidoscopic shapes: The Theatre of Painting places works of modern and contemporary Argentine art alongside pieces by Sonia Delaunay.