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From Atis Rezistans's take over of St. Kunigundis Catholic Church to a mesmerizing installation by Nhà Sàn Collective at the Stadtmuseum, here are some of our highlights

Whether you’re holidaying in Europe or the US, here are the best exhibitions to visit across the continents this summer

BY frieze | 06 JUL 22

From Thomas J Price’s Windrush Commission in Hackney to Alex Margo Arden’s bizarre ‘not closing down sale’ in Clerkenwell

BY frieze | 01 JUL 22

From Feng Lianghong’s coloured abstractions at N3 Contemporary Art to a survey of Werner Büttner at Triumph Gallery

BY Nooshfar Afnan | 27 JUN 22

From the NGA’s seminal exhibition, ‘Afro-Atlantic Histories’, to Sam Lipp’s titillating bodies in ‘Pornocracy’ at Derosia, New York, these are the shows not to miss in the US this summer

BY frieze | 24 JUN 22

What’s worth packing in your suitcase? The frieze team offers their picks for holiday reads

BY frieze | 17 JUN 22

Krzysztof Kościuczuk picks the shows to see during Zurich Art Weekend and Art Basel

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk | 10 JUN 22

These are the shows currently on our radar, from the group show addressing the concept of tradition at KADIST, to a selection of work spanning Yoko Ono to Félix González-Torrez, curated by Alfredo Jaar, at Galerie Lelong

BY frieze | 27 MAY 22

From Lorraine O’Grady’s photocollages from the 1990s at Alexander Gray Associates to Kiyan Williams’s deep-fried American Flags at Lyles & King, these are the must-see shows

BY Travis Diehl | 20 MAY 22

Salena Barry selects her top picks – from Nicola L.’s kinky, penetrable sculptures at Alison Jacques to Jeff Wall’s monumental photographs at White Cube

BY Salena Barry | 12 MAY 22

Sam Moore selects their top picks – from William Brickel’s contorted bodies at The Artist Room to Garrett Pruter’s reimagining of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ at Trafalgar Avenue 

BY Sam Moore | 12 MAY 22

From a stunning Joan Mitchell retrospective at the Baltimore Museum of Art to an exploration of enchanted modernity at The Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

BY frieze | 06 MAY 22

From Heidi Bucher's latex skinnings at Mendes Wood DM to Elen Braga's horse-themed tapestries, here are five shows not to miss in the Belgium capital during Art Brussels

BY Chloe Stead | 05 MAY 22

From Nina Canell's seven tonnes of mollusc shells at Berlinische Galerie to a leftist-philanthropic flower show at Isabella Bortolozzi, Claire Koron Elat previews the essential exhibitions opening in the German capital

BY Claire Koron Elat | 28 APR 22

Marlene Dumas triumphs at Palazzo Grassi and Pauline Curnier Jardin upends the Biennale’s exclusivity

BY Sean Burns | 22 APR 22

In a cavernous Central Pavilion, ‘The Milk of Dreams’ reminds us that feminist triumphs and struggles stretch beyond time and geography 

BY Vanessa Peterson | 21 APR 22

In the second of our two-part round-up, Chloe Stead reviews the best pavilions across the Giardini

BY Chloe Stead | 21 APR 22

At the Arsenale, monumental works question the place of the human in nature, and the nature of the human

BY Andrew Durbin | 20 APR 22

In the first of our two part round-up, Terence Trouillot reviews the best pavilions across the Giardini

BY Terence Trouillot | 20 APR 22

The frieze editors select the projects they are most looking forward to at the National Pavilions

BY frieze | 14 APR 22