Astrid Kruse Jensen

Astrid Kruse Jensen builds her entire portfolio on dynamic oppositions; girls in dazzling red chase across black backdrops and glowing light highlights silhouettes.

2013 Sony World Photography Awards

The Sony World Photography Awards collate thousands of remarkable images that uncover the secrets of humanity through countless pairs of eyes.

Man Ray: Portraits, London

The works showcased in this exhibition are arranged chronologically according to specific stages of Man Ray’s artistic career, commencing in New York and concluding in Paris. At NPG until 27 May.

Jimmy De Sana at Wilkinson Gallery, London

Wilkinson Gallery announces it’s third solo exhibition by Jimmy De Sana (1950 – 1980). The exhibition will open on 5 April and will include colour photographs, produced during the late 70s and 80s.

Brett Weston: Nudes & Dunes, Michael Hoppen

For the first time in the UK, Michael Hoppen exhibits a comprehensive vintage selection of Brett Weston’s Nudes and Dunes. Weston developed a clear sense of form and an interest in abstraction.

6 To See This Bank Holiday Weekend

The Bank Holiday is a great time to explore new exhibitions. From Amsterdam to New York we uncover the best in contemporary art in international galleries across a variety of practices.

Syngenta Photography Award Finalists Announced

The finalists of the Syngenta Photography Award were announced today. The three names shortlisted for the Professional Commission are: Jan Brykczynski, Pablo Lopez Luz and Mimi Mollica.

Johan Van der Keuken: Up to the Light, Amsterdam

Up to the Light focuses on the way in which filmmaker and photographer Johan Van der Keuken brought together contrasting images in his films and observed a world in constant transition.

Review Of Kochi-Muziris Biennale

The announcement of a new biennial prompts the question: why? The art world is saturated with 250 large-scale recurring exhibitions. Kochi-Muziris Biennale comes as a pleasant, and exciting, surprise.

Art Paris Art Fair

Art Paris Art Fair arrives this weekend at Grand Palais. Hosting 20 countries and 143 galleries it presents modern and contemporary art. The event previews on 27 March and runs until 1 April.

Jan Dibbets: Land Sea Colour, London

Land Sea Colour is a solo exhibition by artist Jan Dibbets examining his focus on Land-Sea horizons and Colour Studies. The show exposes Dibbets role as a pioneer of conceptualism in the 1960s.

Scotland + Venice 2013

Scotland + Venice will present a showcase curated and organised by The Common Guild. The exhibition will feature new work by artists Hayley Tompkins, Duncan Campbell and Corin Sworn.

Metropolis: Reflections on the Modern City, Birmingham

Collating a significant collection of international contemporary Art, Metropolis: Reflections on the Modern City opens this week at Gas Hall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

Louis Vuitton Unveils Stéphane Couturier’s First Solo Exhibition: Mutation in Hong Kong

Louis Vuitton unveiled today Stéphane Couturier’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong: Mutation at Espace Louis Vuitton Hong Kong opening to the public tomorrow, Thursday 21 March.

David Bowie Is, V&A, London

David Bowie is back at the centre of the public’s consciousness. To celebrate his birthday, Bowie released a surprise single, Where Are We Now?, with the announcement of an album, The Next Day.

Mike Brodie: A Period of Juvenile Prosperity, California, New York

For the first time in six years, Mike Brodie exhibits a show of new colour images at M+B, Los Angeles. Running from 16 March, A Period of Juvenile Prosperity is a presentation of 30 images.

Contemporary Key, London

Contemporary Key is a contemporary art tour company that puts significant emphasis on the joy of learning about art. At the start of each monthly tour, the group meets for a coffee and chat.

Michael Eastman: Havana at Michael Hoppen Gallery, London

A photograph shows a tea green room with decorated marble flooring. The back wall is half-covered with jade wood panelling, and against it sit seven wood-backed, red-cushioned seats.

The Armory Show, New York

This year’s Armory Show marked 100 years since its first edition in 1913 – one of the single most important events in contemporary art that had featured art by Duchamp, Picasso, and Brancusi and revealed the European avant-garde to U.S.

Aesthetica Art Prize Winners Revealed & Exhibition Open

Winners of the Aesthetica Art Prize were announced last night at the preview of the Art Prize Exhibition. Damien O’Mara was awarded the Main Prize and Poppy Whatmore collected the Student Prize.