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Museum of the Year 2016: The V&A

The Museum of the Year 2016 has been awarded to the V&A. Selected for its significant transformation in 2015, the art and design museum has welcomed nearly 3.9 million visitors to its sites.

Review of Lawrence Weiner: Within a Realm of Distance at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

Blenheim Palace is hosting an exhibition by American artist and founding figure of Conceptual Art, Lawrence Weiner. The exhibition shows works from the last few decades, alongside site-specific pieces.

Juno Calypso: Flowers Gallery

Flowers Gallery has announced the nominations for its 22nd edition of Artist of the Day, a platform for emerging artists since 1983, including photographer Juno Calypso.

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Multiplied Contemporary Editions, Christie’s South Kensington, London

The UK’s only art fair dedicated to contemporary prints and editions opens today at Christie’s South Kensington. Multiplied returns for the fifth year and takes place during Frieze Week, one of the most important periods in the contemporary art calendar.

About Town, Birmingham Hippodrome

International video art is celebrated in an exhibition at Birmingham Hippodrome and across the city this November. About Town is presented in partnership with Ikon and showcases a variety of free night-screenings by international artists.

As Exciting As We Can Make It: Ikon in the 1980s

As Exciting As We Can Make It: Ikon in the 1980s, currently on display at Ikon Gallery is a departure from the solo and two-person exhibitions that have become synonymous with Ikon’s programme.

As Exciting As We Can Make It: Ikon in the 1980s, Ikon, Birmingham

Exciting As We Can Make It: Ikon in the 1980s is the highlight of Ikon’s 50th anniversary year, taking place between 2 July and 31 August. Featuring a variety of pieces, the exhibition is a survey of Ikon’s program from 1979 to 1989.

In Conversation with Elke Finkenauer, Shortlisted Artist for the Aesthetica Art Prize

With the Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition opening on 4 April, we speak to one of the finalists, who will be exhibiting in York St Mary’s along with seven other shortlisted artists. Elke Finkenauer was selected from thousands of entries for her piece Draw A Line Somewhere in the Painting and Drawing category.

Read Aesthetica on Your iPad, iPhone and Android Devices

You can now read Aesthetica Magazine wherever you are with our new digital subscriptions accessible via iPad, iPhone and Android devices. Aesthetica brings you the latest news in contemporary art.

Ikon Gallery celebrates its 50th Anniversary

Ikon Gallery will be rolling out the celebrations in 2014 as they mark 50 years of championing modern and contemporary art with a special series of events and exhibitions.

Interview with Glasstress Artist Paul Fryer

Paul Fryer utilises electronic media and sculpture to create installation pieces in unexpected exhibition sites. He presented his first solo show in 2005 at Trolley Gallery and has gone on to show work all over the world.

Aesthetica Art Prize Exhibition at York St Mary’s

We take a look at one of the opportunities available for both Aesthetica Art Prize artists. Selected entries will be part of an exhibition held in York St Mary’s, York Art Gallery’s contemporary art space.

Mortality: Death and the Imagination, Manchester

Mortality: Death and the Imagination exhibits works by Ian Breakwell, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Douglas Gordon, Julian Opie Cornelia Parker, Bob & Roberta Smith and Sam Taylor Wood.

Aesthetica Art Prize Interview with Winner Poppy Whatmore

The Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of excellence in art from across the world. We speak to winner Poppy Whatmore about her approach to sculpture and her involvement in the Prize.

The Roundel: 100 Artists Remake a London Icon

100 artists including Jeremy Deller and Roger Hiorns have taken it upon themselves to redesign an iconic image in the newly published The Roundel: 100 Artists remake a London Icon.

ASFF Announces its Artist Film Programme for 2012

This year’s ASFF will exhibit the festival’s strong links with the world of contemporary art, showcasing an enticing and varied line-up of Artists Films and related masterclasses to new audiences.

The Mechanical Hand

In The Mechanical Hand, over 25 artists’ works discussed, and the book provides a platform for looking at prints in the context of contemporary art-making.

Frieze Art Fair 2011: The Verdict

The past weekend one of the most renowned international art fairs settled into London’s Regents Park for an autumnal weekend of exploring galleries and artists well known and newly emergent.