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.

5 To See in 2016

The New Year is the ideal moment to plan ahead and discover what’s new. An inspiring array of shows are igniting the way in the art world, from Not Vital at YSP to Daniel Buren at BOZAR.

Brian Griffiths; Bill Murray, BALTIC

The vast space of BALTIC’s Level 4 gallery provides the venue for a solo exhibition by Brian Griffiths that plays with scale, size and the idea of measurement. Bill Murray: a story of distance, size and sincerity takes inspiration from the contrast between interior life and public image.

Don McCullin: Conflict – People – Landscape, Hauser & Wirth Somerset

One of the world’s most celebrated photojournalists, and creator of some of the most unforgettable images of conflict around the world, this exhibition takes a broader view of Don McCullin’s career.

Interview: Photographer Larry Woodmann

Larry Woodmann’s cinematic photographs encompass roadside documentary of America, and his impressions of life on the streets of Milan, his permanent home. We speak with the photographer.

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.