Interview with Vassilis Oikonomopoulos, Assistant Curator, Alexander Calder, Tate Modern

Furthering Tate Modern’s reassessments of key figures in modernism, Performing Sculpture reveals how motion, performance and theatricality underpinned Alexander Calder’s practice.

A Retrospective on Julia Margaret Cameron, V&A

To mark the bicentenary of the birth of Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879), one of the most important and innovative photographers of the 19th century, the V&A is showcasing more than 100 of her photographs from its own collection including original prints.

Interview with Jonathan Watkins, Dinh Q. Lê, The Colony, Ikon Gallery

Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, in collaboration with Artangel, unveils The Colony (2016), a major new commission of video work by acclaimed Vietnamese artist Dinh Q. Lê. Opening on 27 January.

Shirazeh Houshiary, Through Mist, Lehmann Maupin, HK

Shirazeh Houshiary’s paintings, sculptures and animations play with binaries such as transparency and opacity, presence and absence, materiality and intangibility, and light and darkness.

Review: Brave New World, DOX Centre, Prague

The Brave New World exhibition at DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague, is based on a comparison of social models as described by Huxley and Orwell with the work of contemporary artists.

Susan Philipsz, War Damaged Musical Instruments, Tate

As part of its ongoing commemorations of the centenary of the First World War, Tate Britain presents a new sound installation by the Turner prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz.

Lina Selander: Moment. Moderna Museet, Stockholm

One of Sweden’s most innovative filmmakers, currently exhibiting both at the Venice Biennale and at Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Lina Selander’s work contrasts temporal images to explore the territories between fight and flight, boundaries and ownership.

Review Gerhard Richter at Dominique Lévy, London

Dominique Lévy, London, is showing Gerhard Richter’s original Colour Charts from the 1960s. At once paradoxical and coalescent, the Colour Charts highlight an important moment in the artist’s career.

Irving Penn: Flowers at Hamiltons Gallery, London

Hamilton’s Gallery, London, is currently showing Irving Penn’s Flowers photographs. The series initiated from an assignment by Vogue USA, and is shown here for the first time in its entirety.

Mat Collishaw, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall

For his largest UK show yet and his first in a UK public gallery for a decade, British artist Mat Collishaw is exhibiting sculpture, photography, film and installation at New Art Gallery Walsall.

Florian Roithmayr: with, and, or, without

Florian Roithmayr presents a new body of sculptural works at London’s Camden Arts Centre which observe and reflect upon the material transformations that take place in any process of making. Roithmayr is interested in the unexpected gestures that occur in the interstice between mold and cast.

Larry Bell: 6 x 6 An Improvisation, Melin Building

This off-site project by White Cube takes place within the Melin building, in the Miami Design District, and exhibits the work of a key voice within California’s ‘Light and Space’ movement.

Julian Charrière: For They That Sow The Wind at Parasol Unit, London

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, London, presents Julian Charrière: For They That Sow the Wind, which will include sculpture, performance, installations, photographs and film.

Petrit Halilaj, Space Shuttle in the Garden, Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan

Curated by Roberta Tenconi, this exhibition of large-scale sculptures, drawings, performances, videos and installations takes over the indoor and outdoor areas of Pirelli HangarBicocca.

Paz Errázuriz: Fundación MAPFRE, Madrid

Fundación MAPFRE presents the first major retrospective on Paz Errázuriz, one of the most internationally-recognised Chilean photographers. The self-taught photographer started her work in the 1970s, with projects that often involved risky transgressions of the rules imposed by the military regime of that period.

Top 10 Exhibitions in 2015

As the festive celebrations begin and 2015 comes to a close, we take a look at a year in the world of art and culture: from major retrospectives of the work of renowned innovators to new shows highlighting the progression of creative genres.

Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Spring 2016 exhibition, manus x machina, will explore the impact of new technology on fashion and the creation of avant-garde collections.

Nari Ward, Sun Splashed, Pérez Museum of Art, Miami

This extraordinary display is the largest exhibition of Nari Ward’s found object sculptures and installations to date, including works from the 1990s to today, alongside photography, video, and collage.

Interview: Artist Michael Benson, Otherworlds, The Natural History Museum

Otherworlds: Visions of Our Solar System at The Natural History Museum will demonstrate that the visual legacy of space exploration constitutes a vital chapter in the history of photography.

Review of Radical Disco: Architecture and Nightlife in Italy, 1965-1975, at ICA

We review Radical Disco: Architecture and Nightlife in Italy, 1965-1975, currently on show at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, which explores an architect’s role in society.