Towada Art Centre, Aomori, Japan, until 30 March 2014
Buildings for museums and cultural institutions, including the recently completed Louvre Lens museum in France (2005-12), are an important aspect of the work of the Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureates Japanese architectural firm SANAA.
The portrait Rebecca and Matthew (1998), of the art historian Matthew Sturgis and gallery owner Rebecca Hossack, was Abigail McLellan’s first commission when she was just 28 following her study at the Glasgow School of Art; she had grown up in the north of England and then Scotland.
New Art Gallery, Walsall, until 30 March 2014
Anyone who hasn’t yet heard of Chiharu Shiota soon will have. Taught by Marina Abramović and influenced to such an extent by Ana Mendiet that she believed herself to be an incarnation of the tragic Cuban …
The Pérez Art Museum of Miami
What of the art? Whereas everyone raves about the building, asking about the content is akin to inquiring after a terminal patient’s health.
Pace, London, until 5 April 2014
Pace has represented James Turrell since 1967 and this relationship has now been cemented with his first solo exhibition at Pace London.
India Art Fair 2014 – sixth edition, New Delhi
Since its inception, the India Art Fair has become a Mecca for Indian artists, curators, collectors, dealers and consultants, who come from all over the country and from elsewhere.
White Cube Mason’s Yard, London, until 15 March 2014
Artist Liu Wei explores the themes of architecture and urbanism in Density, his new exhibition at White Cube Mason’s Yard.
St Just, Cornwall, 17 January 2014
A keen environmentalist, Jackson has worked with Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth. He talks to Studio International about the inspiration he finds in Cape Cornwall, near St Just – the most westerly town in England.
BOZAR, The Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, until 25 May 2014
This winter, a warm southern breeze sails in as Brussels celebrates the Spanish Baroque painter Francisco de Zurbarán (1598-1664).
Fondation Cartier, Paris, until 6 April 2014
América Latina 1960-2013 is a vast and brilliant exploration of a continent looking at itself. It is also a timely reminder that America is plural, existing not just as North and South, but in every inhabitant and each world therein.
Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York City, until 14 May 2014
If there were one word to describe Carrie Mae Weems’s art in the exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum, it would be “poetic”.
White Cube, Bermondsey, London, until 13 April 2014
Personal travel and the cult of tourism form the subject of Franz Ackermann’s paintings, inevitably representing the dichotomous nature of 21st-century global life: fear and freedom, exotica and simulacra, the crowd mentality and the need for solitude.
Turner Contemporary, Margate, until 11 May 2014
The first exhibition of 2014 at Turner Contemporary brings big canvases, bright colours and a return to nature, but with a fresh outlook.
Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, until 16 March 2014
As a filmmaker, David Lynch has embraced the various Surrealist approaches, not least in the incongruous pairing of suburban banality with the esoteric, the unnerving and the violent.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, until 6 April 2014
An expansive exhibition that surveys the past three decades, with considerably more than half of the 70 works dating from 2000 on.
Parasol Unit, London, 16 March 2014
Sidesteps is Turkish artist Canan Tolon’s first major exhibition in London, bringing together three decades of work.
Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, 16 January 2014
Tomás Saraceno’s work encompasses utopian architectural proposals exploring his ideas for a sustainable metropolis in the sky.
Whitechapel Gallery, London, until 23 March 2014
Choosing, cropping, conjoining and composing are the intangible creative tools with which German artist Hannah Höch forged her impressive oeuvre between the early 1910s and the late 70s.
To mark the start of its 20th year, the Arts Catalyst, an organisation that puts a cultural spin on science and technology, has taken over the Bargehouse, declared it an Earth-based embassy for the Republic of the Moon, and filled it with artists and their fantastical works.