Openings: Prepare for an invasion of butterflies

TeamLab uses digital media to create artwork to rattle our perceptions and generally blow our minds

The Art Market by Georgina Adam

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Hatoum’s ‘Undercurrent’ (2008, in centre of room) and ‘Cellules’ (2013, on left, in corner of room)
©Florian Kleinefenn/Galerie Chantal

Art and Palestine: complicated positions

Three shows by Palestinian women offer provocative insights into national identity

Stanley Whitney's 'Untitled' (2014)

Stanley Whitney, Studio Museum, Harlem, New York

Whitney’s paintings are poised between order and improvisation

A performance devised by Broomberg & Chanarin occupied Fig-2 in its 31st week
©Gita Cooper-van Ingen

Fig-2, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

The year-long cycle of creative projects reaches its 34th week

A visitor looks at part of Anselm Kiefer's 'Velimir Khlebnikov' (2004) at the Hall Art Foundation. Photo: Arthur Evans
©Arthur Evans

Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art

A superabundance of art fills the galleries in a post-industrial space

Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery
©Kioyar

London’s latest artists’ zone

Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery is part of a growing hub of galleries south of the Thames

Peter Kennard’s ‘Crushed Missile’ (1980), on show at the Imperial War Museum, London

An art show a day keeps the boredom away

One man’s challenge: to see a London art exhibition every day in August

John Chamberlain in his studio on Shelter Island, 2011
©Librado Romero/The New York Times

Sculptor John Chamberlain in Scotland

Daft yet exquisite, the oeuvre of the US artist has arrived in Edinburgh for scrutiny

Figures from Antony Gormley’s ‘Critical Mass II’ (1995) on the parade ground of the Forte di Belvedere, Florence
©Galleria Continua/White Cube/Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley in Florence

The sculptor’s installation of human forms is full of clandestine moments, says Julia Sutherland

Making it as a woman in design

A New York exhibition celebrates female pioneers in arts and crafts

Snapshot: Photographic portraits from west Africa

The MoMA in New York will showcase 100 years of photography in west Africa

Sarah Charlesworth/ Albert Oehlen, New York

Harrowing images of suicides and anti-consumerist critiques

Annual photography festival, Arles, France

Many fine shows feature at this year’s Rencontres de la Photographie

Photography in Arles

A French museum appraises its medium — and itself

Escher’s impossible dreams

Best known for its baffling geometry, the printmaker’s work had serious intent beneath its playful surface

Zoe Leonard: Analogue, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Photographs of disappearing storefronts fail to tell a story

The M+ Sigg Collection: Chinese Art from the 1970s to Now, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

Sweeping survey that captures how rapidly Chinese art has evolved

Hanne Darboven exhibition in Edinburgh

Tension between order and mayhem in the work of the conceptual artist

Congolese art at Fondation Cartier

A Paris exhibition explores complicated postcolonial realities

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