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Review of Michael Craig-Martin: Transience, Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery’s current exhibition on Michael Craig-Martin brings together era-defining works from 1981 to 2015 that highlight the increasing transience of technological innovation.

Michael Craig-Martin: NOW, Himalayas Museum

NOW at Himalayas Museum, Shanghai, is Michael Craig-Martin’s first major show in Asia. Working as an artist for over 40 years, Craig-Martin was a key figure in the development of London’s YBAs.

Michael Craig-Martin

Transforming everyday objects into vibrant constructs, Michael Craig-Martin has shaped the artistic landscape of Britain, both through his own work and his influence on other practitioners.

Frieze: Global Footprints

The 15th edition of Frieze London takes place next month, an event with more than 160 galleries that showcases the ambitious visions of contemporaries.

Frieze Sculpture: Exterior Forms

Ahead of Frieze New York, 5-7 May, the fair announces its plans for London’s largest outdoor exhibition, on view from 5 July.

Towards Night, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne

Without the familiar light of day, the world after dark becomes an alien place. Dedicated to tracing the theme of night in art comes Towards Night, a major exhibition hosted by Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne.

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.

SohoCreate, London

SohoCreate opens next week, 4-6 June, for its inaugural creative festival. With an outstanding line-up of guests, including Rob Ryan, Michael Craig-Martin and Yinka Shonibare, the event runs panel sessions with some industry experts.

Interview with Tim Crouch, Director of Royal Court’s Adler & Gibb

Adler & Gibb, a new play due to open at the Royal Court Theatre, focuses around two conceptual artists, Janet Adler and Margaret Gibb, who worked in New York at the end of the 20th century.

Review of Painting Now: Five Contemporary Artists, Tate

Painting Now at Tate celebrates a selection of five contemporary painters, each displaying a synopsis of their unique stylistic vision. Participating artists include Tomma Abts and Gillian Carnegie.

Manifestations of the Design Art Movement

Walls Are Talking at the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester saw a major survey into design aesthetics through the unexpected medium of wallpaper.

The Body is a Canvas

Challenging the boundaries of art and fashion, Alex Box’s inaugural exhibition fuses figures from the artist’s imagination onto the face.