Paris Photo, Grand Palais

The 19th edition of Paris Photo opens in two days at the capital’s celebrated venue, the Grand Palais. Showcasing both historical and contemporary works, the annual fair welcomes 173 galleries.

Review of Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield, Museums Sheffield

In Going Public, five venues across Sheffield partner with major European art collectors this autumn to bring a programme of world class exhibitions and unique events to the city.

Follow, FACT Liverpool

In this major exhibition, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) invites artists to respond to the radically changed world of social interaction that we now inhabit, and its impact on our sense of personal identity and our relationships with others.

Adel Quraishi, The Guardians, Leighton House Museum

We interview photographer Adel Quraishi about his portraits of the eight remaining Guardians of the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, on show at Leighton House Museum, London until 29 November.

Review: William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize, Monash Art Gallery, Victoria

Established in 2006 to promote excellence in photography, the annual William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize has become Australia’s most coveted photography prize.

Review: Emily Jacir, Europa, Whitechapel Gallery, London

Europa, the first UK survey of artist Emily Jacir at Whitechapel Gallery, London, focuses on her dialogue with Europe and the Mediterranean. Jacir explores histories of migration and resistance.

Anne Collier, Art Gallery of Ontario

This solo exhibition of 40 large scale works by acclaimed photographer, Anne Collier, questions how photography and media images seduce us and therefore affect our perception.

Review of Lawrence Weiner: Within a Realm of Distance at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

Blenheim Palace is hosting an exhibition by American artist and founding figure of Conceptual Art, Lawrence Weiner. The exhibition shows works from the last few decades, alongside site-specific pieces.

The Raft of the Medusa, Richard Heslop & Simon Armitage, the Aesthetica Short Film Festival

The 5th anniversary edition of the BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival is nearly here! This year ASFF welcomes a special showing of Richard Heslop and playwright Simon Armitage’s collaborative filmic work, The Raft of the Medusa.

Syd Shelton, Rock Against Racism, Autograph ABP, London

From 1976 – 1981 a movement organised by musicians and political activists, Rock Against Racism, set about fighting racism through music – initiating performances from reggae and punk artists under the slogan Love Music, Hate Racism.

Review of Bideford Black: The Next Generation, Burton Art Gallery and Museum

Bideford Black: The Next Generation at Burton Art gallery, Devon, is the outcome of a year during which nine UK artists were commissioned to explore a single pigment inextricably linked with place.

Interview with Sasha Waltz, Sacre, Sadler’s Wells, London

Sadler’s Wells welcomes choreographer Sasha Waltz and her tribute to Igor Stravinsky’s masterpiece, The Rite of Spring, to the stage. Waltz’s reimagining draws on the savage forces that inspired the Russian composer 100 years ago.

Review: Matthew Darbyshire at Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery’s Exhibition for Modern Living by Matthew Darbyshire. Darbyshire’s work critically examines the language of design, sculpture and our relationship to lived environments.

Review: Rufus Wainwright’s Opera Prima Donna, Athens

We review Canadian-American singer and composer Rufus Wainwright’s Prima Donna opera, performed at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus theatre as part of the Athens Epidaurus Festival 2015.

fotofever paris

On 13 November the Carrousel du Louvre will welcome the fourth edition of fotofever paris, a dynamic meeting-point for today’s contemporary photography scene. Founded in 2011, fotofever brings artists and collectors together.

Dubai Design Week 2015

The inaugural Dubai Design Week celebrates the city’s claim to being one of the great emerging design regions in the world. Taking place across Dubai until 31 October, the six-day event attracts both professionals and aficionados alike.

Kiki Kogelnik: Fly Me to the Moon at Modern Art Oxford

Acclaimed Austrian artist Kiki Kogelnik was a contemporary of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol in New York. Solo show Fly Me To The Moon at Modern Art Oxford surveyed her diverse practice.

Art Taipei 2015

Art Taipei returns for its 22nd edition this October, building on past experience to promote its position as a leading international art fair and the longest-standing event of its kind in Asia.

Paul Neagu at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, celebrates Romanian artist Paul Neagu’s multi-sensory encounters with sculpture, presenting over 120 works by the artist across four of its gallery spaces.

Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige at HOME, Manchester

Beirut-based visual artists Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige map out a genealogy of e-mail scams through film and installation in the latest exhibition taking place at Manchester’s HOME.