JEPPE HEIN & DAN GRAHAM: For two conceptual artists with an interest in architectural installation, a collaborative exhibition in Munich this summer presents the opportunity to compare and contrast preferences.
JOEP VAN LIESHOUT: The Dutch artist shifts from utopia to dystopia with his plans for Slave City, a society that takes corporate and marketing logic to a new extreme.
Art Pilgrimage: Reykjavik Arts Festival
With experimental lectures and a multitude of shows featuring work by big-name artists scattered across town and country, the opening weekend of the Reykjavik Arts Festival was a whirlwind of planes, trains and Icelandic ponies.
Following on from February's marathon reviewing session in New York, a further four art critics are driven to physical and mental exhaustion - and occasional raptures - taking in more that a hundred London exhibitions in a single week.
ADAM CHODZKO projects himself into Folkestone’s future for the seaside town’s inaugural triennial.
CANNES: could four promising British films at this year’s festival herald an arthouse resurgence in Blighty?