Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross, Toronto

Presented in three subdued rooms at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Henryk Ross’ photographic collection reflects on life in the Lodz Jewish ghetto.

Jacqueline Hassink: View, Kyoto, Benrubi Gallery, NY

Jacqueline Hassink’s View, Kyoto, is a serene and powerful series of photographs depicting 34 of Kyoto’s Zen Buddhist temples and gardens.

AAP: Annina Roescheisen

The Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world. We shine a spotlight on longlisted artist Annina Roescheisen and her melancholic video piece What are you Fishing for?

Interview: Katerina Gregos, Artistic Director, Art Brussels

Art Brussels returns for its 33rd year this April. Ahead of the opening, we speak to artistic director Katerina Gregos about her favourite parts of this year’s fair and her work with not-for-profit spaces.

Olafur Eliasson in Aesthetica

In 2014 Olafur Eliasson’s Riverbed took over the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, for the museum’s first solo exhibition of his work.

Helen Sear, Wales in Venice

The Arts Council of Wales has selected artist Helen Sear to represent Cymru yn Fenis / Wales in Venice at the 56th International Art Exhibition.

Electric Instinct

Yossi Michaeli’s captivating visuals tell stories. Staged in a multitude of locations, perfectly poised subjects become part of a cinematic narrative.

Alluring Landmarks

Guillaume Grasset’s series Angelino Heights, a haunting collection of images documenting the second-oldest district of California.

Isolated Normality

Astrid Verhoef’s photographs manipulate the appearance of reality and recontextualise normality, moving the familiar into an unfamiliar landscape.

Design Innovation

MoMA’s Latin America in Construction explores how revolutionary approaches allowed the continent to create a breed of Modernism entirely of its own.

Urban Terrain

Drawn to bold structures, Jürgen Schrepfer explores cityscapes with his camera, uncovering moments of artistic beauty in the modern metropolis.

Façade Revealed

Norwegian photographer Anja Niemi’s latest series, Darlene & Me (2014), is a complex and striking investigation into the perception of the self.

Staying Power at the V&A

Photographs of Black British Experience 1950s-1990s features more than 50 photographs recently acquired from the Black Cultural Archives.

Subodh Gupta: Seven Billion Light Years, Hauser & Wirth

In Seven Billion Light Years artist Subodh Gupta’s middle class everyman is replaced by references to the underprivileged in Indian society. On display at Hauser & Wirth, London, until 25 April.

Review of Art Paris Art Fair

This year Art Paris Art Fair demonstrated how inventive and abundant the art scene in Asia still is with Galerie Géraldine Banier’s presentation of work by Korean Jung Min Choi and Francesca Gagliardi.

Armenity: Armenia in Venice

The National Pavilion for the Republic of Armenia opens at the Venice Biennale in May. Armenia will focus on the curatorial concept of Armenity and reflect on the centenary of the Armenian Genocide.

Cig Harvey: Gardening At Night, Robert Klein Gallery

British-born Cig Harvey, now a resident of Maine and a full-time artist, uses photography to reveal the complexities underlying everyday life and our relationships with family and friends.

Andrew Browne, Glimpse

Dark shadows, contrasting colours, smooth and ruptured textures fill the works created by artist Andrew Browne (b. 1960) in his latest series Glimpse.

HOME 2015 Opening Season

HOME is an international centre for contemporary visual arts, theatre and film, whose opening programme features international collaborations.

Review of Evan Roth: Voices Over the Horizon, Carroll/Fletcher, London

The internet exists in the physical world spectrally, at once oppressively — or conveniently – pervasive and seemingly intangible, invisible and indefinite.