Picks of the week

Three States of Cinema

Los Angeles-based curator and archivist Mark Toscano presents a screening programme of 16mm films by various artists engaging with the themes of Tacita Dean's solo exhibitions: Still Life, Landscape and Portrait.

National Portrait Gallery, London, 24 May 2018

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Another Spring

A politically charged exhibition reflecting on the rise of nationalist impulses in Western society. Featuring FVU alumna Layla Curtis.

Exeter Phoenix, 4 May - 17 June 2018

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Ed Atkins | Olde Food

Ed Atkins' trademark avatars are surrounded by hanging costumes in a fantastic solo exhibition of installation and video works.

Cabinet Gallery, London, 26 April - 2 June 2018

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Adam Christensen, Monica Espinosa, Anneke Kampman, Erica Scourti | We are having a little flirt

We saw Anneke Kampman's video work at Mitchell Library as part of Glasgow International. You can now see it from the balcony of Pump House Gallery as part of a thought-provoking group show exploring attraction and desire. (Image: Erica Scourti)

Pump House Gallery, London, 25 April - 8 July 2018

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Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen | In Limbo

Larsen's first solo exhibition in Portugal reflects his longstanding research into migration and the issues arising from it, featuring the video Quicksand and photographic prints from The Floating Series.

Galeria Presença, Porto, Portugal, 21 April - 2 June 2018

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Somewhere in Between

The Wellcome Collection hosts four immersive installations created through collaboration between scientists and artists, including FVU alumna Daria Martin. The works explore elements that are vital to human life, such as food sources and the limitations of our bodies.

Wellcome Collection, London, 8 March - 27 August 2018

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Scaling the Sublime

Seven contemporary artists reflect the unimaginable forces of nature, including mountains, icecaps, the ocean and the remotest stars. The exhibition offers another chance to see Simon Fathfull's Going Nowhere 1.5 which featured in FVU's curated show for Hull 2017: Somewhere Becoming Sea.

Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham, 23 March - 17 June 2018

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Generation Loss

Video artist and FVU alumnus Ed Atkins curates an exhibition from the extensive Julia Stoschek Collection. The videos are exhibited in close proximity to one another, divided only by acoustic glass, allowing the visual content to form a relationship between the works.

Julia Stoschek Collection, Dusseldorf, 10 June 2017 - 10 July 2018

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