The directorial debut for Katy England, a stylist for Alexander McQueen who is helping Kate Moss with a range for Topshop, stars her Primal Scream-leading husband.
Sam Taylor-Wood's 2004 portrait of David Beckham sleeping will go on display in Manchester as part of an Arts Council-funded programme at the National Football Museum.
Late influential American artist Mike Kelley’s series of films follow Kelley as he builds an exact replica of his childhood home - a 1950s suburban house in a Detroit suburb.
CINECITY and the University of Brighton Gallery present a celebration of the legendary Czech surrealist Jan Švankmajer, filmaker and artist.
Provocative will be the word next month at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, which will host the most comprehensive exhibition for 17 years of the infamous brothers' work.
New Delhi film, sculptor and installation artist Amar Kanwar's new exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park uses 272 varieties of rice seed. They are, he says, a symbol of loss.
Ben Miller scoots around Liverpool encountering DeLorean-inspired futuristic vehicles, mashed up BitTorrent videos and disconcertingly powerful Marxist films. It must be Abandon Normal Devices......
The festival of creativity returns for a 14th year with a typically colourful programme around the Sussex Coast. We've picked a few events and exhibitions to look out for.
The acclaimed choreographer links up with cognitive scientists for a new exhibition in London inviting visitors to follow 12 "dance thinking principles".
The "cultural anchor" of a £500 million Manchester regeneration scheme, uniting two of the city's most popular venues, is expected to be completed by spring 2015.
Returning to Bristol for six days, Encounters features installations, live music and a strand based around the stereotype of the Swiss psyche.
Having entertained New York and Europe with her theme park depictions of a group of Freud's early 20th century followers, artist Zoe Beloff elucidates the great man's fondness for Blackpool.
Nineteen artists use plastic flowers, burnt candles, memorabilia from veterans and meditational poses to ponder loss and lost causes at Asia House.
The V&A's exhibition on the extraordinary life and times of pop star David Bowie will end with a special screening of insights into the show at cinemas across the country.
A French duo turn the gallery into a fracking site and an installation turns the value of capitalism into a public referendum as Liverpool's FACT celebrates ten years of new media adventures.