Mike Nelson is known for his large-scale installations made of sequences of interconnecting rooms that suggest real or imagined spaces. His first solo show since 2001 takes place from 8 May until 4 July.
Venue: Museum of Modern Art, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP. From 8-29 May Trading Places brings together works in video, photography, public interventions and collaborative projects dealing with the subject of art and migration, offering a critical platform to discuss Britain’s relationship with Europe and its borders by presenting sensitive and provocative projects.
Venue: Pump House Gallery, Battersea Park, London SW11.
Nature, until 20 June, features 12 artists using a variety of media, ranging from sculpture to photography, to celebrate nature in all its guises.
Venue: Will’s Art Warehouse, Unit 3, Heathmans Road, London SW6.
Images of over 80 missing people are featured in Missing, an intriguing disp-lay of photographs supplied by the National Missing Persons Helpline. The exhibition runs from 8-16 May and coincides with Missing Persons Month. Derek Burns pictured.
Venue: The Gallery @ Oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, London SE1.
Out of Conflict, from 8 May until 20 June showcases the work of Catherine Elwes and Cornford & Cross that is juxtaposed in a dialogue on issues of militarism and conflict – after the event.
Venue: Art Sway, Station Road, Sway, Hampshire SO41 6BA.