For an exhibition at the Stanley Picker Gallery, the artist turns her attention to the "self-medicating" suburbs, which decay as the inner city is fortified by foreign capital, says Hannah Gregory
International gallery Hauser & Wirth has made its name attracting the metropolitan super-rich of New York, London and Zurich. So why is its new gallery on a farm in Somerset?
An exhibition on the role of art in reimagining the city is at its strongest when it sticks to home turf, says Hannah Gregory
An exhibition in Victoria is a thought-provoking exploration of the links between art and design in an incongruous setting
After closing time at Tate Britain, four silent robots move around the galleries. As their flashlights illuminate the walls, an internet audience enjoys a robot's-eye view of 500 years of Old Masters. But this project is not about art – it is about the special power of a museum at night, and the transgressive thrill of being allowed to enter
The artist talks about his forthcoming retrospective in China and how Fox News killed plans for his $1m sculpture for Kieran Timberlake's new US embassy in London
The Brazilian artist's sculptural interventions at Holborn Library can be read as an architecture in its own right, says architect David Kohn
The shortlisted artists for the Vincent Award for European contemporary art are now showing their work at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague
Artist Krijn de Koning's two colourful installations for the Folkestone Triennial and Turner Contemporary highlight the differences between their contrasting locations
Stairs that lead nowhere and a donkey-shaped mirror are among the artworks at an exhibition that celebrates everyday objects
Moreau Kusunoki, winners of the prestigious commission, are on the cover of our new issue. This piece from last year looked at arguments for and against the controversial project
The world’s first gallery dedicated to illustration opened this month with an exhibition of works by Quentin Blake
Best known for his research into US surveillance bases, for his latest work the artist and geographer turns his attention to the Yorkshire moors, says Jessica Mairs
For an exhibition at his London studio, the the Israel-born, UK-based designer has turned a chance observation and an idle pastime into an artwork – or is it a process?