Jerwood Visual Arts, Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, Bankside, London SE1 0LN

Survey

Installation View of Survey at Jerwood Space, London, 3 October - 16 December 2018.

An assembly of work from fifteen early career artists who have been nominated from across the UK, ‘Survey’ is an exhibition comprising a wide range of disciplines. From film, performance and drawing, to painting, ceramics and installation, it gives rising voices within the sector the opportunity to stand out and stand up. Review by Alexandra Gamrot

Further reading +

Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge, Castle Street, Cambridge CB3 0AQ

fig-futures, WEEK 1 / EVA ROTHSCHILD + JOE MORAN

Eva Rothschild & Joe Moran, A Setup, 2018. fig-futures at Kettle's Yard, University of Cambridge.

In tight financial times, it is good to see this kind of generous programming, and the more concentrated format’s strength lies most especially in its potential for more intense, focused conversations between artists, artworks and disciplines as well as the opportunities for experimentation that such a short run provides. Review by Clare Robson

Further reading +

Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma, Vicolo Dei Catinari, 3, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

Eddie Peake: People

Eddie Peake: People, 2018 installation view

As an artist whose brightly hued spray-painted canvases initially come across as playfully light-hearted, Peake also allows a psychological duress to permeate the paintings exhibited. Review by Ariane Belisle

Further reading +

Berlinische Gallerie, Alte Jakobstraße 124–128 10969, Berlin, Germany

Loredana Nemes: Greed Fear Love

Loredana Nemes. Serie Ocna. Eine Annaherung, 2017

Photographer Loredana Nemes takes the big stage in Berlinische Galerie, where her 120 works are shown under the title ‘Greed Fear Love’. Her photography, from between 2010 and 2018, is accompanied by lyrical poems. Review by Gulnaz Can

Further reading +

LADA

LADA Screens - Exterritory

Image Blockade is a film depicting a scientific experiment concerning the brain activity of Israeli veterans from an elite army intelligence unit called “8200”. The film is made by Exterritory - artists Ruti Sela and Maayan Amir.

Further reading +

Sadie Coles, 1 Davies Street, London, W1K 3DB

Paul Anthony Harford

Untitled (mother asleep with masked child)

The most poignant works in the exhibition are the drawings in which Harford depicts his mother, frail and clearly coming to the end of her life, she’s shown sleeping under thick covers, already starting to slip away. In one drawing, a thick safety rail cuts in front of the composition, signaling that her separation has already begun. Review by Kaitlyn Kane

Further reading +

Amos Rex, Mannerheimintie 22–24, 00100 Helsinki, Finland

teamLab: Massless

Black Waves

Massless, teamLab’s first exhibition in the Nordic countries of Europe, celebrates the transformation of Helsinki’s Amos Anderson Art Museum into Amos Rex by filling the majority of the institution’s newly minted subterranean home with a series of immersive, multimedia installations. Review by John Gayer

Further reading +