Review of Rodney Graham: Più Arte dello Scovolino!, Lisson Gallery, Milan

Rodney Graham’s debut exhibition at Lisson Gallery, Milan, features the work of a hypothetical artist lost to history, casting himself as the maker of abstract sculptures and paintings.

Joachim Koester, The Other Side of the Sky, Turner Contemporary

Turner Contemporary launches its 2016 season with a show by Joachim Koester. This display offers a unique opportunity to see JMW Turner’s watercolours juxtaposed with Koester’s films.

Interview: Alexander S. C. Rower, Calder Art Prize, Pace

Pace gallery, London, is currently hosting The Calder Prize 2005–2015, an exhibition exploring the enduring impact of sculptor Alexander Calder through the work of six contemporary artists.

Enter the Aesthetica Art Prize: Cecilia Stenbom, Video, Installation & Performance

The Aesthetica Art Prize is now open for entries: rediscover the work of filmmaker Cecilia Stenbom, who featured in the Video, Installation & Performance strand of the Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 Longlist.

Merce Cunningham, Common Time, The Walker Art Center

The Walker Art Center and Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago unveil plans for a major survey, entitled Merce Cunningham: Common Time, due to open in February 2017.

Interview: Curator Fiontán Moran, Performing for the Camera at Tate Modern

Performing for the Camera at Tate Modern will examine the relationship between photography and performance, from the invention of photography in the 19th century to the selfie culture of today.

Park Seo-Bo, Ecriture 1967-1981, White Cube Mason’s Yard, London

Park Seo-Bo receives his first solo show in the UK at White Cube. Widely considered one of the leading figures in contemporary Korean art, he is best known for his Ecriture series of paintings.

Interview: Steve Lazarides, Celebrating a Decade of Lazarides Gallery, London

In February 2016, Lazarides will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a group exhibition from the gallery’s most celebrated and pioneering artists. Steve Lazarides discusses the gallery’s future.

Erwin Wurm, Lost, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac presents Erwin Wurm’s Lost. The show features Wurm’s latest works, in which materiality played a significant role throughout the different steps of their conception.

Review: Katrina Palmer, The Necropolitan Line, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

Katrina Palmer’s The Necropolitan Line at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, presents writing and sound as sculpture, exploring real and imagined sites, whilst weaving together fact and fiction.

Interview: Yevgeniy Fiks; Things Fall Apart, Calvert 22

The highlight of the Red Africa season, Things Fall Apart at Calvert 22 presents reflections on African connections to the Soviet Union and related countries. Artist Yevgeniy Fiks discusses the exhibition.

Interview: Shaune Lakin, National Gallery of Australia

The world is beautiful explores the NGA’s diverse photography collection, including work by Diane Arbus, Bill Henson and Cindy Sherman. We interview Shaune Lakin, Senior Curator of Photography.

Tatsuo Miyajima, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

As part of the 2016-2017 Sydney International Art Series, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia presents an exhibition of the works of renowned Japanese artist, Tatsuo Miyajima.

Aesthetica Art Prize Selected Artists Announced for 2016

The Aesthetica Art Prize shortlist and longlist have been announced, featuring 100 contemporary artists from around the world. The shortlist includes 10 artists whose work will be exhibited in York from 14 April to 29 May at York St Mary’s.

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Sea of Buddha, Pace Gallery

Sea of Buddha, conceived in 1988 and first realised in 1995, explores Hiroshi Sugimoto’s interest in light, history and time. Pace Gallery will present a selection of 36 images from the series.

Review: The Averard Hotel; Slate Projects, London

Slate Projects is a nomadic curatorial project conceived by Alex Meurice that recently took up residence with a group show at The Averard, an abandoned hotel in Lancaster Gate, London.

Maisons Fragiles, Hauser & Wirth, London

The themes of fragility, vulnerability and protection draw together selected works from nine artists in a group exhibition at Hauser & Wirth. Spanning 60 years of practice, featured artists include Louise Bourgeois, Roni Horn, and Richard Serra.

Michael Simpson, Flat Surface Painting, Spike Island, Bristol

Rooted in his fascination with Venetian and Flemish painting, but inflected by the reduced palette of Minimalism, Michael Simpson has developed a darkly comedic artistic vocabulary.

Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016

The shortlist has been announced for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016. The selected artists, on show at The Photographer’s Gallery in London, are Laura El-Tantawy, Erik Kessels, Trevor Paglen and Tobias Zielony.

Review of Petrit Halilaj: Space Shuttle in the Garden, HangarBicocca, Milan

Space Shuttle in the Garden at HangarBicocca, Milan, brings together recent work by Petrit Halilaj, which explores universal themes such as memory, and the search for identity.