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Challenging Conventions

Thousands of screens across the country will display work from creatives – from Sin Wai Kin to Joanna Hogg – who explore the idea of ” A Real Woman.”

New Frontiers in Filmmaking

The Jarman Award 2024 shortlist has been announced and includes previous Aesthetica Art Prize winners Maryam Tafakory and Larry Achiampong.

New Creatives:
Top Graduate Shows 2024

Be the first to see exciting new projects from the talented creatives coming out of the UK’s leading schools. Meet the rising stars making waves in art.

Forces of Nature

Glasgow International returns with a programme of thought-provoking projects and contemporary luminaries, from Yoko Ono to Sandra George.

Worlds Collide:
5 Multidisciplinary Exhibitions

To celebrate the power of multidisciplinary practices, we’ve compiled a list of exhibitions that embrace the fluidity between different forms of creativity.

The Bodies of Today:
Whitney Biennial 2024

The longest-running survey of contemporary art in the United States returns with a line up that includes filmmaker Isaac Julien and singer Holland Andrews.

Exquisite Performance

The Museum of Modern Art brings together the most comprehensive Joan Jonas retrospective to date in the US, spanning more than 50 years’ work.

Imaginative Self-Reflection

Meet the Shortlist | JeeYoung Lee reinterprets her psychological world into elaborate stage sets, which roots her fantastical photography in reality.

Inspiring Reflection

These artists consider the relationship between nature and the human-made, question imperialist ideologies in film and create portals for reflection.

Doug Aitken:
Return to the Real

In a show spanning 15 years, artist Doug Aitken demonstrates the dislocating yet connective power of technology and modern communication.

Enchanted by Possibility

Magic has been an answer to inexplicable events for much of human history. MASS MoCA’s latest exhibition explores its place in today’s world.

Newly Released Titles:
5 Books on Gender and Liberation

“The unseeable parts of the female body are, in art, matter out of place.” We look at this season’s new titles that provide an essential insight into gender.

Say it in Chorus:
Julianknxx at Barbican

At the Barbican Centre, the Sierra Leonian artist creates a multimedia exhibition on port cities, memory and music as a means of resistance.

Revelatory Performances

The Royal Academy of Arts presents a major UK survey of the internationally acclaimed Marina Abramović, celebrating 50 years of pioneering art.

Connecting Cultures

Brooklyn Museum’s survey of María Magdalena Campos-Pons’s thought-provoking art navigates interconnected histories, identities and realities.

Atmospheric Memory:
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

This August, Powerhouse Museum presents a programme that features Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s climate, science and technology-focused installation.

Compelling Terrains:
5 Photobooks for Summer

Through skilful composition and artful storytelling, these photobooks serve as a platform for crucial discourse on identity, nationhood and migration.

Nature’s Silhouettes:
Ana Mendieta

MO.CO. Panacee brings together over 100 works from one of the most influential Cuban-American performance and sculpture artists: Ana Mendieta.

Manchester International Festival 2023

This year’s edition of the event returns from 29 June-16 July in a wide-ranging programme that spans art, choreography, installation and performance.

Windrush 75:
Exhibitions & Events

This year marks seventy-five years since the original Windrush arrival. Here, we look at UK installations, talks and workshops that honour the anniversary.

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