Openings: Prepare for an invasion of butterflies

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

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

Ljubljana’s Biennial of Graphic Arts

Cultural influences from both sides of the former Iron Curtain are found at this event in Slovenia

Reims, Cathédrale Notre-Dame, 2013–2014
©Markus Brunetti/Yossi Milo Gallery, New York

Snapshot: ‘FACADES’ by Markus Brunetti

The German photographer has travelled across Europe, capturing the exteriors of churches in minute detail

The Art Market by Georgina Adam

Bouvier counter-attacks; new gallery shows in-the-news Mahama; not so FABulous; Phillips’ hiring spree continues; summer round-up

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

Stately pile: a freerunner leaps off Barbara Hepworth's 'Three Obliques (Walk In)' at Chatsworth
©Sotheby's

Chatsworth sculpture event biggest yet

Sotheby’s brings $5m monumental works to rural Derbyshire

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

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