Review of Fiona Banner: Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling at Ikon, Birmingham

Scroll Down And Keep Scrolling is the most comprehensive exhibition to date of work by Fiona Banner. Ikon represents key early projects alongside recent and unseen works: we review the show.

Lumiere London 2016

Lumiere London, the largest light festival to hit the capital, is set to illuminate four winter evenings this January. The event features 3D projections, interactive installations and pioneering light works.

John Akomfrah, Lisson Gallery, London

Lisson Gallery presents new and recent work by John Akomfrah, demonstrating his rich visual style, which is as poetic as it is political and fuses contemporary issues with history and fiction.

Interview: Photographer Osamu Jinguji

Osamu Jinguji was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1962. The photographer originally worked as an actor and model. Following many career changes, he settled on black and white street photography.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 Open for Entries

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 is now open for entries, presenting a unique opportunity for emerging and established artists around the world to showcase their work to a wider, international audience. Prizes include publication. an exhibition for shortlisted artists, and up to £5,000 courtesy of Hiscox.

The Museum of Innocence, Somerset House, London

Created by the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Orhan Pamuk as a physical manifestation of his text by the same name, The Museum of Innocence is relocating from its Istanbul base to Somerset House.

Review of Victor Burgin: UK 76, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

We review Victor Burgin’s seminal photo-text series and ideological snapshot of British society, UK76, at Richard Saltoun, which combined a documentary approach with mass media conventions.

KAWS, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield

For the first UK museum exhibition by the renowned American artist KAWS, Yorkshire Sculpture Park is showing over 20 works inside the Longside Gallery and outside in the grounds of the park itself.

Interview: Painter Shulin Sun

Shulin Sun grew up in Beijing, China, combining traditional Chinese painting techniques with elements from contemporary American and European art to convey the strength of nature.

Alice Theobald + Atomik Architecture at BALTIC

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead and Ryder Architecture is currently hosting the second in a series of new commissions exploring the relationship between art and architecture.

Interview with Liezel Strauss of Subject Matter Art

Dealers Subject Matter Art make contemporary art photography from established and emerging international artists accessible. They passionately believe that art transforms any space.

Miró’s Studio, Mayoral

60 years since Joan Miró’s studio was founded in Mallorca, the workshop has been reconstructed in London: a detailed work that mirrors the poetic environment of the avant-garde artist’s atelier.

Review: EMERGENCY at Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth

Currently occupying the main space in Portsmouth’s Aspex Gallery is EMERGENCY, a group exhibition showcasing the work of 10 early-career artists working across varied media.

Women: New Portraits, Annie Leibovitz, Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, London

An international tour of newly commissioned photographs by world renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz launches in January, before travelling across 10 global cities.

Erik Parker In Conversation: Undertow at Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York

Erik Parker continues to critically chart the world’s current political, social, and economic landscapes in the vibrant compositions featured in his current show Undertow at Paul Kasmin Gallery, NY.

Review of Michael Craig-Martin: Transience, Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery’s current exhibition on Michael Craig-Martin brings together era-defining works from 1981 to 2015 that highlight the increasing transience of technological innovation.

Aesthetica Creative Writing Award: Stav Poleg, Shortlisted Poem

The Aesthetica Creative Writing Award annual showcases a broad collection of poetry and short fiction by reputable and promising talent, including author Stav Poleg and her poem What Time.

Lisa Oppenheim, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

American multimedia artist Lisa Oppenheim, known for her evocative camera-less photography via the photogram and experimental films, is exhibiting a new series of works taking inspiration from natural woodgrains entitled Landscape Portraits at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery in New York.

Art Dealer Theo Waddington Discusses Hoyland, Caro, Noland at Pace Gallery

Pace London is currently exhibiting works by John Hoyland, Anthony Caro and Kenneth Noland, celebrating the friendship, connections and mutual influence between the three artists.

Review of Qwaypurlake at Hauser and Wirth Somerset

We explore Hauser & Wirth Somerset’s Qwaypurlake, a group exhibition that presents a fictional reimagining of the Somerset landscape, constructing an alternative, dystopian future for the area.