Adrian Paci/Giuliana Racco: Another Place
The show’s strength, perhaps, lies in the fact that one does not have the sensation of being lectured to, but instead is guided towards a new empathy.
Huma Bhabha at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
A brilliant and very contemporary take on figuration in sculpture, catch this show while you can.
Jim Nutt at Cabinet Gallery
Art critics have conjured the names of Van Eyck, Salvador Dali and Ingres to try to encapsulate the extreme technical facility, the sophistication and the strangeness of Nutt’s work, but it is as emphatically original as it is pleasing.
SHOW WINDOW at Kate MacGarry
A delicately poised yet probing exhibition featuring the work of Céline Condorelli, Laura Gannon, Donna Huddleston, Goshka Macuga, Corin Sworn, Patricia Treib
Eva Rothschild’s powerful new show in a museum threatened with closure
All the work in this exhibition, with the exception of one piece, has been made this year, and so it has inevitably been made against the background of the political upheavals in the UK over the summer
Sara Barker at Ikon, Birmingham
There is a lyricism to the work, in tandem with a concern with abstract form that is very Glasgow
A Postcard from the North West
Visits to Tullie House, Grundy Art Gallery, Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre and Touchstones Rochdale
Cornelia Parker Curates ‘Found’ at the Foundling Museum
An engrossing and hugely enjoyable show, well suited to these slower days of summer when we can ease the foot off the gas pedal a little
Art Now: Sophie Michael, Trip (the light fantastic), Tate Britain
With the past just a click away, nostalgia as a concept is wide open for re-definition
Brian Griffiths, Bill & Vilma, Vilma Gold
Griffiths uses the actor Bill Murray as ‘material’ for his new show
Alison Wilding: Arena Redux, Art House Foundation
After sixteen years packed away in wooden crates, this radiantly wonderful sculpture is for a short time on view to the public again.