Liverpool Biennial 2012, The Unexpected Guest

Liverpool Biennial 2012, The Unexpected Guest, is opens tomorrow, 15 September and will run until 25 November. Curated by Sally Tallant, it is the largest contemporary festival in the UK.

Lindsay Seers: Nowhere Less Now, London

Conceived specially for an arresting 19th century corrugated iron chapel in Kilburn, known as The Tin Tabernacle, Nowhere Less Now is British artist Lindsay Seers’ ambitious new installation.

Alice Anderson: From Dance To Sculpture, Riflemaker, Frieze Art Fair

Alice Anderson returns to Riflemaker after two years for a special Frieze show: From Dance to Sculpture, a geometric room installation that will transform the entire space into a labyrinth of metal rods.

Festival Materiais Diversos 2012: Portugal In Brazil, Brazil In Portugal

IFestival Materiais Diversos makes its first stopover in Brazil. 13 Portuguese artists and nine Brazilian artists bring body, movement, dramaturgy and music to Alcanena, Minde and Torres Novas.

Aesthetica Art Prize: One Week Left

Over the past five years, Aesthetica has consistently supported and championed artists working in all mediums. Artists may submit their work into any one of the four categories. Entries close 31 August.

Benedict Andrews’ New Production of Chekhov’s Three Sisters

From 8th September to 13th October, the Young Vic presents Benedict Andrews’ new production of Chekhov’s masterpiece of disaster, deception, self-sacrifice and heartbreak Three Sisters.

London Is The Place For Me, Tricycle Theatre, London

To celebrate 50 years of political independence for Trinidad and Tobago, literature producer Melanie Abrahams and composer Dominique Le Gendre have teamed up to stage a free festival.

Yoko Ono: TO THE LIGHT at Serpentine Gallery, London

John Lennon once described Yoko Ono as “the worlds most famous unknown artist”. 40 years later, her work is undoubtedly more familiar to the world but for some there still remains an air of detachment.

Edinburgh Art Festival Picks

The ninth Edinburgh Art Festival launches today with major exhibitions by leading international artists. Edinburgh Art Festival is the UK’s largest annual festival dedicated to visual art.

Unrestricted Movement

A new exhibition demonstrates Merce Cunningham’s concept of movement in space and explores his relationship with art and other artists.

Tino Sehgal: These Associations, Tate

Many of the works produced for the Tate’s Turbine Hall commission, The Unilever Series, have considered and contributed to this setting, not least Olafur Eliasson’s famous The Weather Project.

The Tanks: Art in Action at Tate Modern, London

Upon descending the grey, scarred slope of the Turbine Hall, a new and unfamiliar opening in the wall reveals itself to the right. This is the entrance to a previously hidden set of underground chambers.

Aesthetica Art Prize: Installation & Performance Showcase

We celebrate the visual arts in all forms and that’s why the Aesthetica Art Prize welcomes entries from artists working in all mediums. Artists may submit their work into any one of the four categories.

Preview of The 18th Biennale Of Sydney: Opens Tomorrow

The Biennale of Sydney plays a central role in the visual arts in Australia and connecting artists from around the world. It’s 18th edition opens tomorrow, unveiling the work of 100 artists.

Interview with Nigel Walker, Curator of Creation Fine Arts, Beverley

Creation Fine Arts is a brand new art gallery in Beverley, East Yorkshire, showcasing the work of talented artists from the local area and around the globe. Aesthetica spoke to Curator, Nigel Walker.

Obsession at Louis Vuitton Maison, New Bond Street

Collaborations between fashion houses and the art world are nothing new. Unlike some of the commercial tie-ins we witness today, everyone is a winner when these spheres work creatively together.

We Face Forward: Contemporary Art and Music from West Africa

We Face Forward is a season of art and music from West Africa, celebrated across Manchester’s galleries, museums, music venues and public spaces, as part of London 2012 Festival.

HowTheLightGetsIn, The Philosophy and Music Festival at Hay

HowTheLightGetsIn, the philosophy and music festival, offers an intellectually rigorous programme of innovative and inspirational debate, alongside live performances from world-class musicians.

Coney: House of Cards

Tassos Stevens, co-director of London-based theatre organisation Coney, discusses their latest project, House of Cards, and the transformative nature of theatre for today’s audience.

The Cunning Little Vixen at Glyndebourne Festival 2012

Glyndebourne Opera Festival, held in the grounds of the Sussex country house that gives it its name, is steeped in tradition. It was founded by Sir John Christie and his wife, Audrey Mildmay.