Interview with Agnieszka Perche, Gallery Mananger at Darren Baker Gallery, London

Darren Baker opened summer 2014 and works to promote established and emerging artists. Named after the artist in residence, the gallery breaks down the barriers between artist and audience.

From Tokyo to Paris, Interview with Rikka Ayasaki

Rikka Ayasaki expresses a variety of emotions using red as her theme colour in a very distinctive movement. Her work is held in many private collections in France, Japan, UK, USA and others.

Review of 12th edition of the Sharjah Biennial

The 12th edition of the Sharjah Biennial, in the UAE, curated by Eungie Joo, opened on 5 March to an exhibition of 51 artists that were representative of the region and the rest of the world.

Maggi Hambling: War Requiem & Aftermath

Encompassing film, painting, sculpture and installation, War Requiem explores victimhood and the imagination through thick impasto paintings which transform before the eyes into nameless portraits.

Aesthetica Art Prize 2015 Interview: Artist John Keane

One of eight finalists, British artist John Keane has been shortlisted in the Aesthetica Art Prize 2015. Keane’s dramatic Fear paintings draw on archival images from the great Stalinist terror.

Art Fair Tokyo, March 2015

Art Fair Tokyo returns this spring. The event enters into its 10th year and to celebrate this milestone event designer Masayoshi Kodaira has produced a selection of visuals for the 2015 fair.

Hugo Wilson, Parafin Gallery

With his first London show for 10 years, British artist Hugo Wilson presents a broad spectrum of painting, sculpture, drawing and photography to explore faith and power via various systems of belief.

Review of The Theatre of Painting, Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires

The Museum of Modern Art is brimming with colour and kaleidoscopic shapes: The Theatre of Painting places works of modern and contemporary Argentine art alongside pieces by Sonia Delaunay.

Interview with Exhibit Be Founder Brandan Odums

Exhibit Be is an artistic endeavour of epic proportions. Helmed by artist Brandan “BMike” Odums, it is an ode to how art disturbs the waters of our contentment without cornering us with guilt.

Antonio Berni: Juanito y Ramona, MALBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Antonio Berni: Juanito y Ramona showcases more than 150 works of one of Argentina’s most acclaimed artists of the 20th century. Berni was a well-known public figure by the end of his life.

History Is Now: 7 Artists Take On Britain, Hayward Gallery

Hayward Gallery has put on a brave set of displays curated by seven artists, who each look at elements of British history from 1945 to the present day. The central part of the exhibition is deeply political.

Coates & Scarry: Vestige, Gallery 8, London

Artists Lisa Wright, Emma Vidal, Penny Byrne, Aaron Smith and Henry Hussey reference historical imagery and objects in a selection of new works, ranging photography to porcelain figurines.

An evanescent fix, Vitrine Gallery, London

Four artists reconfigure and manipulate the conventional idea of photography using strange new processes and transforming traditional methods in a new group show at Vitrine, London.

Review of Luc Tuymans: The Shore, David Zwirner, London

Luc Tuymans returns to David Zwirner for the second time with a new body of work, The Shore. Drawing upon a diverse cross-section of subjects, Tuymans’ work silently glides from subject to subject.

Encounters, Art Basel

A sector of Art Basel’s Hong Kong show, this year’s edition of Encounters will present 20 large-scale projects by artists from a wide selection of countries including Indonesia, Germany and the U.S.

Review of Mimmo Rotella, Robilant + Voena, London

In a career spanning more than 50 years, Mimmo Rotella experimented with a number of different working methods, trying to overcome traditional languages of expression and representation.

Brendan Stuart Burns: Gesture, Glimpse, Memory, Osborne Samuel

Recently awarded a Creative Wales Major Award by the Arts Council of Wales, internationally-renowned artist Brendan Stuart Burns presents his first solo show in London with intimate studies in oil.

Bridget Riley: Prints 1962 – 2015, Sims Reed Gallery

This exhibition at Sims Reed offers an overview of the career of Bridget Riley, one of Britain’s most significant Postwar artists, taking a selection from the artist’s complete catalogue of prints.

Review of Sarah Gillespie: A Love as Old as Water, Beaux Arts, London

There is a tension in Sarah Gillespie’s work between an otherworldly stillness and the innate energy of nature. Landscapes, birds and insects are captured with a sense of detail that arrests the passing of time.

The Other Art Fair 2015

Now in its eighth edition, the UK’s leading artist fair, The Other Art Fair, opens on 23 April at its new location in Bloomsbury, London.