Karl Holmqvist, READ DEAR, and Franciszka & Stefan Themerson, Books, Camera, Ubu at Camden Arts Centre
A brilliantly complementary pair of exhibitions featuring artists with a shared love of language.
Postcard from Glasgow International Festival
This latest edition of the festival is a reminder, as if it were necessary, of why Glasgow is such an important international centre for visual art.
Channa Horwitz at Raven Row, London
For anyone who may have come across her work for the first time at the 2013 Venice Biennale, or last year at the Tinguely Museum in Basel as part of Haroon Mirza’s collaborative exhibition, this is at last an opportunity to grasp Horowitz’ project in greater depth.
Elizabeth Price, A RESTORATION, the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Elizabeth Price’s unique way of addressing her subject renders it intellectually thrilling, as well as physically exhilarating to experience
Mark Wallinger, ID, at Hauser & Wirth, London
Wallinger’s genius is to take the seemingly banal and use it to jerk us out of the everyday towards a more acute understanding of where we stand, in the great scheme of things. That he does this with such humour and lightness of touch is what makes the work so enormously rewarding
Steven Claydon, The Gilded Bough, at Sadie Coles HQ, London
Steven Claydon’s new show at Sadie Coles, his second with the gallery, is the product of two years’ work. In the period since his last show here in 2012 he has shown in Los Angeles, Munich, Milan, Geneva and Bergen.
Hito Steyerl, Duty-Free Art, at Museo Nacional, Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid
Hito Steyerl’s current exhibition in Madrid offers the most comprehensive view to date of the work of an artist with arguably the sharpest analysis of our particular moment in history.
Narelle Jubelin, Flamenco Primitivo, at Marlborough Contemporary, London
Narelle Jubelin is an artist whose work has long been concerned with the way ideas transition through time and across continents.
Becky Beasley, Lake Erie from the Northwest, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London
Becky Beasley’s new show at Laura Bartlett Gallery brings together work from the last 12 years of her career.
Claire Hooper, Clay as Bread and Dust as Wine, Hollybush Gardens, London
“This show is an example of what galleries do at their very best: offering the opportunity for an artist to experiment in a substantial way, to develop and grow their practice, to take risks. Which in this case, in my humble opinion, has paid off handsomely.”
The Approach and Carlos/Ishikawa, London
Condo is the rather brilliant idea of Vanessa Carlos, co-founder of four year-old Carlos/Ishikawa gallery in Whitechapel. For the last week, just mentioning the gallery exchange project has invariably elicited…