Oct 2017In Zeng Fanzhi | Van Gogh, the Van Gogh Museum presents five works by Zeng Fanzhi (b. 1964), one of the best-known contemporary Chinese artists, whose work has exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Art Museum of China and Musée du Louvre, among others. Oct 2017Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art is pleased to announce details of the programme for its eighth edition, opening on 20 April 2018. Under the new direction of Richard Parry, who joins the festival after serving as Curator-Director of the Grundy Art Gallery in Blackpool, the 2018 programme comprises new works, site-specific commissions, exhibitions and events across over 70 venues and spaces in the north, south, east and west of the city. Oct 2017BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art announce an ambitious programme of three major exhibitions taking place this autumn in the UK's largest contemporary art museum. Oct 2017The University of Manchester and Manchester City Council have today announced that Alistair Hudson, currently Director of the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (mima), will be the new Director of Manchester Art Gallery and the Whitworth. Oct 2017Camden Arts Centre is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of Italian abstract painter Giorgio Griffa in the United Kingdom. Sep 2017ART DÜSSELDORF announces their exhibitor list joining the 2017 premiere edition of the fair, which will run 17 – 19 November 2017 (preview and opening day: 16 November) at the Areal Böhler. Aug 2017Folkestone Triennial 2017, double edge, opens on 2 September with a host of international artists and 19 new site-specific commissions. Aug 2017Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is pleased to announce details of its major exhibitions for Autumn 2017 and Spring 2018. Jul 2017Delfina Foundation is delighted to present Private Collection: Unperformed Objects, the first UK solo exhibition by South Korean artist Geumhyung Jeong. Jul 2017Broomberg and Chanarin will present a new 12 minute film, The Bureaucracy of Angels, within King's Cross Station for Art on the Underground, Transport for London's public art programme, in September 2017. Jul 2017This winter, Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) presents the largest solo exhibition to date by artist, illustrator and printmaker Ed Kluz. Sheer Folly – Fanciful Buildings of Britain celebrates the eccentric, uncanny and overlooked follies, temples and towers that dot the British landscape. Jul 20171:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, the leading international art fair dedicated to contemporary African art, has announced the programme of special projects for its fifth London edition, taking place at Somerset House, 5 – 8 October, with a VIP & Press preview on 4 October 2017. Jul 2017This autumn, acclaimed contemporary artist Jenny Holzer will debut a series of light projections at Blenheim Palace as part of her solo exhibition, SOFTER: Jenny Holzer at Blenheim Palace (28 Sept – 31 Dec). Jul 2017This summer the Van Gogh Museum presents Van Gogh, Rousseau, Corot: In the Forest, an opportunity to experience lesser-known paintings by Vincent van Gogh, of woodland views and landscapes, alongside works by established French landscape painters such as Théodore Rousseau and Camille Corot. Jul 2017Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac London is pleased to present Let the Frame of Things Disjoint, the first solo exhibition in London by the American artist Robert Longo, taking place from 15 September until 11 November 2017. Jul 2017For the past two decades, Santiago Sierra has carried out provocative actions around the world. Known for his politically and socially charged work, Sierra returns to Lisson Gallery London to debut a large-scale, site-specific installation. Jun 2017The National Council of Culture and Arts Chile is pleased to announce that artist Cecilia Vicuña will participate in documenta 14. May 2017Yorkshire Sculpture Park will present a major solo exhibition by pioneering Chilean artist, Alfredo Jaar. This important project is a key part of YSP's 40th anniversary celebrations taking place throughout 2017. May 2017Nigeria unveiled its first ever national Pavilion at the 57th Venice Arte Biennale. The inaugural pavilion titled How About NOW? explores ideas of identity and belonging through the work of three leading Nigerian artists: Peju Alatise, Victor Ehikhamenor and Qudus Onikeku.