An exhibition of more than 80 drawings by Cy Twombly is on show at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo. The works give an insight into the formation of Twombly’s characteristic style through process and experimentation.
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, until 30 August 2015.
Michaël Borremans’ current exhibition at David Zwirner Gallery in London conjures a nightmarish world that is both sinister and strangely captivating. But there is more to this beautifully presented exhibition than the paintings themselves.
David Zwirner Gallery, London, until 14 August 2015.
This exhibition brings together sculptures by US artist Carol Bove and furniture and sculptures by Venetian architect and exhibition designer Carlo Scarpa.
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, until 12 July 2015.
Fighting History, an exhibition examining 250 years of history painting, has received a torrent of abuse from the British press. It has been accused of being “feeble,” “terribly presented” and “frustrating.” Surely, it can’t be that bad?
Tate Britain, London, until 13 September 2015.
In his latest major exhibition, Carsten Höller’s playful artwork turns the Hayward Gallery into a theme park, with the use of installations, kinetic sculptures, videos and light.
Hayward Gallery, London, until 6 September 2015.
Richard Tuttle’s third solo exhibition with Modern Art shows four new bodies of work that continue his exploration of the properties of humble, everyday materials such as paper, cloth, wood and wire.
Modern Art, London, until 27 June 2015.
The artist talks about his current exhibition at the Alan Cristea Gallery, playing with the way we interact, see and deal emotionally with the world through vision, light and the brain – and making rude drawings of his tutors as a student.
Chloe Dewe Mathews’s Tate commission, Congregation, looks at south London’s African churches, capturing the community in the physical and emotional act of worship. She talks about what motivated her to video the congregations and why the new Bosse & Baum Gallery was such a perfect venue.
This major retrospective spans Martin’s career from the early 50s to the last drawing made before her death, and confirms her as one of the foremost painters of the 20th century.
Tate Modern, London, until 11 October 2015.
As well as some of his best-known works of embroidery and ballpoint-pen drawings, this exhibition includes fascinating archival material, including postcards, photographs and letters that shed light on the artist’s life.
Mazzoleni, London, until 31 July 2015.