The Insiders

Maurizio Cattelan is the latest artist to take aim at US gun culture—but he's hardly the first

At Gagosian, he trains his weapon of social satire on violence as a source of wealth

Lake District project connects rural England to international art world

Grizedale Arts combines creativity and hospitality in reopening region’s oldest inn

Gasworks in London celebrates 30 glorious years

The artist studios and residencies provider is modest in size but huge in impact

In New York, Arthur Jafa sets record straight on Scorsese's Taxi Driver

In two shows in New York, at 52 Walker and Gladstone, Jafa gets to the dark side of Black life

Powerhouse south London art organisation Gasworks celebrates 30 years

The exhibition space, international residency and workshop has given early platforms to now major names like Tania Bruguera, Sonia Boyce and Subodh Gupta

'Maximum-security society': Julia Scher restages post-9/11 surveillance installation in New York

At the newly expanded Ortuzar Projects, the artist's enduring exploration privacy and spying takes on new meanings in the age of drones and smartphones

'See Stop Run': Christopher Wool's flashback to DIY, gritty 1970s New York

The American artist has staged an independent exhibition in an unoccupied space in the heart of Manhattan's financial district

Subversive stitch: textile shows across UK unravel histories and weave new tales

From Lubaina Himid's colonial cotton at the Holburne Museum to a group survey at the Barbican, the once maligned medium is in the spotlight

Crisis vs utopia: New York shows of Richard Mosse and James Welling take photography to its limits

Exhibitions at Jack Shainman and David Zwirner present very different ways of taking the medium beyond the visible world

Diamond Stingily thinks outside the sandbox at Greene Naftali in New York

The artist conceived of the funereal show during a year in which both her mother and grandmother died

New displays at Imperial War Museum come at a crucial time for world peace

The London museum's thematic approach to conflict references current conflicts as well as historic ones

At 52 Walker, Kayode Ojo raids Amazon.com to create a Modernist Eden

The rising star has created a luxe product paradise for the New York gallery

Tate Britain invites you to eat the patriarchy—literally

For the museum's landmark survey of British feminist art, Bobby Baker has reconstructed her 1976 edible work of a life-sized family made from cake and biscuits

A transparent show for a transphobic world: performance artist Puppies Puppies exhibits herself in a glass box for four months

The artist has recreated her bedroom and studio in the lobby of Manhattan's New Museum for a durational work grounded in activism

Marina Abramović passes the baton on to a new generation of performers

A group of London shows, performances and events organised around the pioneering artist sees her extend her legacy

The Bloomsbury Group, re-examined through their garments

A new book and UK exhibition by Charlie Porter explores the sartorial choices of Virginia Woolf, Vanessa Bell and the rest of the Charleston set

Nairy Baghramian's playful forms grace the facade of New York's Metropolitan Museum

The artist is the fourth to receive the museum's commission to install work on the Fifth Avenue entrance of its Neoclassical building

'A poster child for a mismanaged career': Gagosian opens first posthumous show of Ashley Bickerton

The Barbadian-born American artist, who died last year, created 15 new works for an exhibition based on snapshots of family and friends

Lactating breasts and farting bottoms: unruly bodies run rampant in exhibitions across London

Our leaky, creaky, capricious corporeal vessels are the subject of shows at Somerset House, Goldsmith's CCA and the Design Museum

Poisonous plants and an animatronic bear: Precious Okoyomon fills Roman chapel with a garden of unearthly delights

The New York-based artist's ability to balance the horrifying with the restorative reaches a mad-genius peak at Sant’Andrea de Scaphis

Glamorous moths and giant lily pads: Monster Chetwynd unveils commissions in London Underground and Scottish island Bute

The Turner Prize-nominated performance artist delves into the worlds of botany and insects for two characteristically extravagant UK commissions this summer

New York art world gathers in Matthew Barney's studio for premiere of his new video installation

Secondary picks apart the spectacle of violence now overtaking America as it plays out in professional football

Florence Peake brings dancing canvases to spectacular modern church in south London

At Southwark Park Galleries, performers are splattered with paint and read aloud fragments of canonical art-historical texts

London’s ICA has new role as party central

Contemporary arts venue kicks up its heels with a lively bash to launch the latest issue of gay underground magazine Butt

Lauren Halsey's Metropolitan Museum rooftop commission: a pharaonic temple merging ancient Egypt with Los Angeles

For the New York installation, the Californian artist has carved onto a concrete pavilion references to Afrofuturism and funk music and images of her family and friends

Anne Collier turns her eyes towards the illustrious history of Lismore Castle in Ireland

The American artist's exhibition of images of female eyes sourced from comics, films and advertisements is now on show at the historic home of the Dukes of Devonshire

Artists bring hope and healing to mental health facilities in London

Arts and mental health charity Hospital Rooms, which is partnered with Hauser & Wirth gallery, is unveiling more than 20 major new works at Springfield Hospital

Art is placed centre stage in Broadway play about photographer Larry Sultan

And big-name contemporary art stars alongside Willem Dafoe in a new heist film

Linton Kwesi Johnson—voice of Britain’s post-Windrush Generation—opens London solo show with poetry performance

Exhibition at Paul Stolper gallery was attended by the artist's long-time fans and collaborators, including the painter Peter Doig