Winner of the Aspen Online Art Award creates a virtual world from the unique digital fingerprints of users
The £5,000 commission launched on 3 May 2017
Laura Gannon at Kate Macgarry
There is an instinctive attraction to the materiality of her work, multiple layers of paint on both sides of a thick linen
Ala Younis: Plan for Feminist Greater Baghdad at Delfina Foundation
Younis asks us to reflect on how we commemorate and represent historical moments and people, and to think about who is rendered invisible by history and present culture.
Clive Hodgson at Arcade, London
Clive Hodgson is the ideal painter to mark the 10th anniversary for the gallery. Dealing in a form of conceptual abstraction, he has long made the dating and signing of his paintings the foremost compositional element.
‘Bridget Riley: Recent Paintings 2014-17’ at David Zwirner London
More than 50 years since she made her name, Riley thrills by demonstrating that she is still testing the terms of engagement with painting – with the same rigour, the same appetite for risk.
Boswell’s portrayal of the Black and female body as an active agent rather than a silenced object, combined with her sophisticated take on social media communication and the virtual world, gives Phoebe Boswell a distinct voice full of power and energy.
Three paintings by Azerbaijani artist Babi Badalov acquired for Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art
Living in Paris as a refugee, Badalov’s practice tests the limits of language and the restrictions it can impose upon us.
This month Kettles Yard in Cambridge re-opens following a major new expansion with a group show that features a formidable calibre of artists
Radical Cambridge Choirs join together in a performance by artist Melanie Manchot
During her residency Manchot worked with university researchers to explore what it means to be part of a new community in Cambridge.
Isabel Nolan: ‘Another View from Nowhen’ at Bloomberg SPACE and the London Mithraeum
Do book yourself a slot to see the Mithraeum and Isabel Nolan’s remarkable response to it. This is the new, old London: repackaged, reinterpreted.