With two concurrent exhibitions in the north of England, the artist talks about the human race’s predilections for violence, debauchery and crime.
New Art Gallery, Walsall, until 10 January 2016.
Nineteen emerging artists respond to the demands of the digital age in this annual exhibition devoted to new photography, offering expanded possibilities for depicting the real, the remembered and the imagined.
Museum of Modern Art, New York, until 20 March 2016.
Marking the 15th anniversary of the death of one of the 20th century’s most enigmatic painters, this grand exhibition is showing around 200 works of art of Balthasar Klossowski de Role, known as Balthus.
Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome, until 31 January 2016.
The artist’s colourful paintings and his relaxed persona belie the inspiration behind his work. But while war and violent revolution lie at the heart of much of his art, so, too, do hope and a heartening optimism.
Tiwani Contemporary, London, until 19 December 2015.
For the first time in the UK, the artist is exhibiting her award-winning Material for a Film. Alongside this central work is nearly 20 years’ worth of sculpture, film, drawings, installations and photography.
Whitechapel Gallery, London, until 3 January 2016.
As the artist returns for her third solo show at The Approach in London, she continues to create three-dimensional photographs, exploring the relationship between image and sculpture.
This year’s Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven brought together established and up-and-coming designers, from around the world. They displayed a collaborative work ethic and a lively engagement with real-world issues, from the refugee crisis in Europe to social development in South-East Asia.
In the sitting room of a house in south London, Jefford Horrigan performed The Threshold, part of his trilogy Own Worst Enemy, commissioned by The Collective. This tenderly performed work was a masterpiece of alternative creativity.
Paul and Midge Tanner, two of the founding members of The Collective, explain how and why they came to set up this collaborative art collectors’ organization.
This tightly focused and coherent exhibition concentrates on the paintings the artist made in response to his experiences as a glider pilot from 1959 until his death five years later, following a bad landing.
The Courtauld Gallery, London, until 17 January 2016.