Interview with Abstract Painter Robyn Saurine

Robyn Saurine’s art is influenced by experiences and travels in the Australian Outback, Asia and Italy. She explores the world of texture, portraiture, stylised drawing, colour and collage.

Interview with Mary Griffiths, Ben Rivers, The Whitworth, Manchester

The Whitworth brings Ben Rivers’s most ambitious work to date to Manchester. We speak to Mary Griffiths about Rivers’s film that migrates between the realms of documentary, fantasy and fable.

Interview with Brittany Nelson, Exhibiting with Morgan Lehman Gallery at VOLTA NY

Brittany Nelson’s medium of choice is the tintype, a unique direct-positive exposure used for portrait photography. Tintype in the 1850’s was the foremost technological advancement in photography, and Nelson adds a further dimension to this process, combining it with 21st century practices and bringing it into the purely material realm.

Review of Subodh Gupta: Invisible Reality, Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Hauser & Wirth Somerset are hosting a major solo exhibition of new and recent work by Subodh Gupta, bringing together a sculptures and installations by the New Delhi-based artist. We review the show.

Interview: Sarah McCrory, Director of the Glasgow International Festival

Glasgow International Festival’s seventh edition opens on 8 April 2016. Directed by Sarah McCrory, the 2016 programme is comprised of new works, site-specific commissions and events across the city.

Alberto Giacometti: In His Own Words – Sculptures 1925-34, Luxembourg & Dayan, London

Focused on a series of sculptures from a crucial decade in Alberto Giacometti’s life, this London show provides a deep insight into the development of the Swiss sculptor and painter’s practice.

Review: Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966), Whitechapel Gallery, London

Whitechapel Gallery’s Electronic Superhighway brings together over 100 works to show the impact of computer and Internet technologies on artists from the mid-1960s to the present day.

Interview with Mixed Media Artist Carolina Amaya

Carolina Amaya is a visual artist from Colombia. She works with mixed media materials such as textiles, photography, oil and acrylic, exploring the subject of dreams, intuition and other ways of life.

Philippe Halsman: Astonish Me! Kunsthal Rotterdam

Kunsthal Rotterdam’s exhibition Astonish Me!, is a collaboration with Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, and includes more than 300 never-before exhibited works, including prints and photomontages.

Interview: Dean Melbourne, This Myth at Gallery 8, Curated by Coates and Scarry

Dean Melbourne unveils his second solo show in London this February at Gallery 8. Curated by Coates and Scarry, the exhibition showcases Melbourne’s most recent paintings and works on paper.

World Art Dubai 2016

Returning for its second year as part of Dubai Art Season, World Art Dubai will take place from 6-9 April at the Dubai World Trade Centre and will showcase a global collection of more than 3,000 paintings, sculptures and photographs.

Xu Bing: Book from the Ground at CFCCA Manchester

CFCCA Manchester is currently showing Xu Bing’s Book from the Ground, a novel written in a universal language of icons, alongside a recreation of the artist’s studio: we explore the exhibition.

Interview with Olga Woszczyna, Aesthetica Art Prize Longlisted Artist

The Aesthetica Art Prize celebrates the work of emerging and established artists from around the world, championing excellence in art across a range of media. Olga Woszczyna was longlisted with her work Entity III, which is influenced by contemporary architecture and goldsmithing. She is inspired by cities with their variety of cultural and design influences and the art of jewellery.

Emotional Supply Chains, Zabludowicz Collection

Emotional Supply Chains addresses the construction of individual identity in the digital age, with a selection of works that have all been drawn from the Zabludowicz Collection and produced since the year 2000. Including six new commissions, the show features 16 leading international artists.

Review: Betty Woodman, The Theatre of the Domestic, ICA

We explore the first UK solo presentation of works by Betty Woodman, one of the most important contemporary artists working with ceramics today, including a number of new mixed media pieces.

Review: Giacomo Manzù at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art

20th century sculptor Giacomo Manzù is best known for delicate and moving work focusing predominantly on portraiture and religious imagery. We review his current exhibition at the Estorick Collection.

WOKA, Vienna-based Manufacturer of Iconic 20th Century Lighting Design

Vienna-based manufacturer WOKA reproduces iconic lamp designs from the early 20th century, including pieces by the Wiener Werkstätte and the Bauhaus, which have fallen out of production.

Roman Vishniac Rediscovered, Contemporary Jewish Museum

The Contemporary Jewish Museum’s exhibition Roman Vishniac Rediscovered, reveals the full range of Vishniac’s radically diverse body of work, much of it only recently discovered.

Art Prize Open For Entries: Alexandra Vacaroiu; Video, Installation & Performance

The Aesthetica Art Prize is now open for entries. We rediscover Alexandra Vacaroiu’s work in film, which featured in the Video, Installation & Performance strand of the Art Prize 2015 Longlist.

Review of Tame Impala Live at Alexandra Palace, London

We review Australian psych-pop band Tame Impala’s sold out, accomplished recent live show at Alexandra Palace, London, which was nothing short of regal rock, filled with enraptured gig-goers.