To Newcastle, and the Baltic
Gallery, which opens tomorrow. Billed as the 'Tate of the North', this converted flour warehouse is unusual in that there is no permanent collection. Instead, opening shows included work by Jane and Louise Wilson, Julian Opie and Chris Burden. Click here
to see some pictures.
Elsewhere, Douglas Coupland's Souvenirs of Canada
looks elegant, but arch. Ephemeral architecture: Diller and Scofidio's Blur Building
on Lake Neuchatel, Switzerland.