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Glasgow International: Highlights

This year’s festival explores the theme of attention: how we observe things and the people around us. We pick out five exhibitions to see.

Breaking the Mould

A major new touring exhibition promises to shed light on the hidden histories of women’s sculpture worldwide. Aesthetica speaks to the curator.

Transcendental Surfaces

Eva Rothschild’s abstract, large-scale pieces, inspired by 1960s and 1970s minimalism, comprise unstable geometric forms.

Emerging Movements

Cynthia Corbett, founder of the Young Masters Art Prize discusses this year’s entries and thematic connections across works from the shortlist.

Sustainable Recreation

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden reopens on 3 June with a total of 18 new artworks installed across 19-acres of the garden and Walker Campus.

Seizing Innovation

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s costume institute invites viewers to question the fashion world’s accepted opposition of hand versus machine.

The Best Features from Aesthetica 2011 – In Pictures

This year the arts have been subject to a double squeeze – big falls in business contributions to the arts coupled with the much documented cuts to funding from the public sector.

Twenty: Celebrating 20 Years of the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.

Review by Rosa Abbott The Irish Museum of Modern Art is celebrating its 20th anniversary with Twenty – an exhibition drawing upon its existing collections…

Simon Wallis

In conversation with Simon Wallis.

A Reaction to Globalised Production

15 international artists exhibit in a ground-breaking exhibition that deciphers new meaning within the difference between making and thinking.