Summer 2019: the 10 essential art exhibitions

Olafur Eliasson's Stardust Particle (2014) will be part of his exhibition at Tate Modern from July
Olafur Eliasson's Stardust Particle (2014) will be part of his exhibition at Tate Modern from July Credit: Jens Ziehe

From Taki to Tal R, Christianity to the Moon, our critic picks 10 unmissable shows for July and August

Takis

The biggest ever British exhibition for the 93-year-old Greek pioneer of sound art and electronic art, whose electro-magnetic sculptures evoke “the sounds of the universe”.

Tate Modern, London SE1 (020 7887 8000), from July 3 to Oct 27

Manchester International Festival

A rich array of new work including mass bell-ringing devised by Yoko Ono, a journey into the mind of film director David Lynch and the first major UK exhibition from Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama.

Various venues, Manchester (0333 320 2890), from July 4 to July 21

Tal R/Roy Oxlade

The seafront Jerwood Gallery relaunches...

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