Rivane Neuenschwander is included in 'Water' at Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland, Australia
Deborah Roberts conducts a lecture at Austin Peay State University (APSU), Texas, USA
David Shrigley is included in the group exhibition, 'Lines from Scotland', touring from St Andrews Museum, Fife, Scotland
Thomas Hirschhorn features in 'Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011' at MoMA PS1, New York, USA
Claire Barclay is included in 'From narrow provinces' at Cample Line, Nithsdale, Scotland, UK
Kendell Geers in 'Dark Fantasy' at UTA Artist Space, California, USA
Napoleonic paintings by Kehinde Wiley and Jacques-Louis David to be united at the former residence of the French Emperor, Château de Malmaison, Paris, France
Thomas Hirschhorn is included in ‘Atlas. Cartography of the gift’ at Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Channing Hansen is included in 'Thread.' at Long Beach Museum of Art, California, USA
'Inside/Out: Jiro Takamatsu and Keiji Uematsu in Conversation' opens this September at Royal Society of Sculptors, London, UK
Inside/Out: Jiro Takamatsu & Keiji Uematsu in Conversation is a two-person exhibition at the Royal Society of Sculptors, London. Curated by Tokyo-based art historian Yumiko Chiba, this exhibition of sculpture, works on paper and photographs creates an exciting dialogue between two very different artists.
Melvin Edwards: 'Crossroads' at Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland, USA
Kehinde Wiley: 'Rumors of War' unveiled in Times Square, New York, USA
Ged Quinn features in 'Living Ruins' at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, Worcester, UK
Tomasello and Espinosa. Around the Square at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Denzil Forrester is commissioned by TFL for Brixton Underground Station, London, UK
Art on the Underground have commissioned Grenada-born, British artist Denzil Forrester to create a large-scale public artwork, currently on view until September 2020. Forrester is the third commission in a new series at Brixton, following on from Njideka Akunyili Crosby in 2018 and Aliza Nisenbaum in 2019. The programme selects artists to respond to the diverse narratives of the murals from the 1980s, the rapid development of the area and the wider social and political history of mural making.