Lynda Benglis, The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield

Starting on 6 February, The Hepworth Wakefield presents the greatly anticipated show and first museum survey of Lynda Benglis’ work in the UK, spanning the entirety of her impressive career.

Corinne Felgate: Bigger Than The Both of Us, The Rook and Raven Gallery, London

This solo show by Corinne Felgate is comprised of two new major installations: Bigger than the Both of Us (MOMA) and Studio X Y Z. Both draw on the artist’s research into our relationship with the man-made environment.

Sarah Gillespie : A Love As Old As Water, Beaux Arts, London

Sarah Gillespie’s works on paper depict, in simple ink and charcoal, ghostly landscapes and images of flora and fauna reminiscent of photograms, heavily saturated photographs or even paintings.

Stephen McKenna and Derek Eland Exhibitions at mima, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

This February Stephen McKenna: Perspectives of Europe 1980 – 2014 opens at mima in partnership with Hugh Lane Gallery, and is the artist’s largest museum solo presentation in a decade.

Mimmo Rotella, Robilant+Voena, London

Through work spanning 50 years of the artist’s long career, this exhibition at Robilant+Voena, London, will focus on Italian artist Mimmo Rotella’s fascination with innovative techniques.

Interview with Christopher Wilmot-Sitwell on Art Fund and cazenove+loyd

The Art Fund has teamed up with one of the most respected names in the travel industry, cazenove+loyd, to offer audiences insightful and luxurious art tours to international destinations.

Shih Hsiung Chou: Wait Until It Dries, Encounter Contemporary, London

Wait Until It Dries at Encounter Contemporary is features new works by acclaimed and forward-thinking Taiwanese artist Shih Hsiung Chou.

Rights of Nature: Art and Ecology in the Americas

In Nottingham Contemporary’s latest exhibition, 20 international artists reflect upon the ecological, economic, political, and cultural crises of our modern world.

Christian Marclay, White Cube Bermondsey, London

Continuing Christian Marclay’s long-standing interest in the relationship between image and sound, this show is comprised of works on canvas and paper.

We Never Dream Alone, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

In We Never Dream Alone, works by Sidsel Christensen, Andrew Leventis and Lisa Slominski see the borders between real and unreal, fact and fiction, virtual and visceral, and blurred and explored.

Highlights of London Art Fair, 21 – 25 January, 2015

The UK’s premier fair for Modern and contemporary British art opens for its private view. Situated in the Business Design Centre, Islington, the 27th edition of the London Art Fair runs 21-25 January.

Q&A with Sophie Hall, Gallery Director at Flowers Gallery, London

In the build up to its 45th anniversary, Flowers brings a diverse showcase of international practitioners to the London Art Fair. The family run gallery was established in 1970 by Angela Flowers.

Mary Barnes: Boo-Bah, Bow Arts, Nunnery Gallery, London

Prolific outsider artist Mary Barnes (1923-2001) is represented in an exhibition featuring paintings and drawings spanning her artistic career which began in the 1960s in Bow, East London.

Highlights from the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2014

During December 2014, the small fishing town of Kochi in South India’s state of Kerala, was besieged by the international art crowd as the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2014 (KMB) opened its second edition.

Self: Image and Identity – Self-portraiture from Van Dyck to Louise Bourgeois

Artists have been recreating their own image for centuries, from advertisement and preserving legacy, to figurative studies, political commentary and biographical exploration, self-representation has shaped Western art.

Sotto Voce, Dominique Lévy Gallery, London

The second show at Dominique Lévy’s new London space will map the progression of the abstract white relief geographically and through time, with a focus on the 1930s to 1970s.

Heinz Mack: ZERO & MORE, Ben Brown Fine Arts, London

Formed by Heinz Mack and Otto Piene of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, the ZERO movement rejected the gestural language of abstract expressionism and instead sought for an artistic purity in the wake of the trauma of the Second World War.

Who Do We Think We Are, Impressions Gallery, Bradford

Pupils from 12 schools take over Impressions Gallery with photographic tableaux re-imagining the past, and playful contemporary portraits which explore history and social identity.

Katy Moran, Parasol Unit Foundation For Contemporary Art, London

In her first major solo presentation in a public London institution, UK-based painter Katy Moran presents a survey of her work from the past 10 years of her practice, curated by Ziba Ardalan, Founder/Director of Parasol unit.

Mapping the City, Somerset House, London

Mapping the City is an innovative exhibition of works by over 50 rising stars and internationally recognised artists from the street and graffiti art scenes who seek to inspire their audience.