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The Guide: exhibitions: Show Me The Money Sunderland: Marina Abramovic; Ed Atkins London: Stone & Water Matlock Bath: Making Colour London: Anya Gallaccio; Lily Hunter Green Aldeburgh: John Byrne Edinburgh: The Human Factor London: Franz West Wakefield

June 14, 2014

Subtitled The Image of Finance, 1700 To The Present, here at last is a cultural historical survey leading up to the financial crisis of 2007. There are stock stickers, Occupy posters and boardgames i

Northern Gallery For Contemporary Art,

to 30 Aug

In 2010, performance art went mainstream, thanks to Marina Abramovic (pictured). Trained for feats of endurance and with a knack for exemplary stage-management, the Serbian-born artist simply sat still, in silence, in New York's MoMA for three months, while 850,000 visitors, including, famously, Lady Gaga, trooped in for an audience with her. Her Serpentine Gallery show, 512 Hours, promises another coup for durational work: visitors must enter minus their belongings and they themselves become the materials for Abramovic's performance. Meanwhile, one of Britain's most compelling young artists, the video-maker Ed Atkins, takes over the venue's Sackler Gallery with disturbing digital animations. skye sherwin

Serpentine Gallery, W2, to 25 Aug

The Grand Pavilion,

to 27 Jul

The National Gallery, WC2, Fri to 7 Sep

Snape Maltings Concert Hall and lawn,

Sat to 29 Jun

Scottish National Portrait Gallery, to 19 Oct

Hayward Gallery,

SE1, Tue to 7 Sep

Hepworth Gallery,

to 14 Sep

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Source: Guardian (UK)

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