Critic's Guides

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From Otobong Nkanga’s ritualistic compositions to the biophilic design of Tropical Modernism

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From Joan Semmel’s unflinching depiction of female sexuality to Atiéna R. Kilfa’s sharp reimagining of film noir techniques

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From Julie Tolentino’s sculptural alchemy to a new survey on Käthe Kollwitz, which reintroduces the lionized artist to a new generation

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From Toyin Ojih Odutola’s tableaux vivants to a group show dedicated to chest hair, here’s what not to miss during Zurich Art Weekend and Art Basel

BY Angel Lambo |

We’ve selected our favourite exhibitions and projects, including a presentation by Turner Prize nominee Delaine Le Bas and Susan Philipsz’s collaboration with students

BY Lou Selfridge |

The selection includes an unmissable overview of Nil Yalter’s work and Laurence Sturla’s enigmatic topological sculptures 

BY Tom Jeffreys |

Our choices feature a prominent showcase by Wilhelm Sasnal and a performance inspired by Jean Genet from Billy Bultheel

BY Andrew Pasquier |

From Dean Sameshima's vulnerable silhouettes to Danica Lundy's carnal paintings of the female body, here's what not to miss

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Our tips include a suite of raw meat paintings by Zhao Gang and a trip into the monstrous world of Jenkin Van Zyl 


BY Sean Burns |

From the dark world of Pierre Huyghe’s AI installations to Silvia Rosi’s vibrant portraits of personal histories

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From Joan Jonas’s layered installations to Alexander Apóstol’s archetypal characters of Venezuelan society

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From Katrin Hornek’s post-apocalyptic wasteground to Kristof Santy’s majestic magnifications of the mundane, here are our latest cohort’s top spring exhibitions 

From Christopher Wool’s swirling abstractions in the Financial District, to Huma Bhabha’s bronze forms at Brooklyn Bridge Park, these are the must-see exhibitions during Frieze New York

BY Travis Diehl |

From Helen Chadwick’s feminist photography at Société to Rachel Harrison’s outright absurdism at Konrad Fischer Galerie

BY Louisa Elderton |

From Yuko Mohri’s delicate musical sculptures to Kapwani Kiwanga’s brilliant beadwork which acts as a meditation on the history of global trade

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The most successful off-site Biennale projects this year respond to the spirit and politics of our current moment

BY Vanessa Peterson |

Adriano Pedrosa’s biennial raises essential questions about representation in the art world, but unfortunately, it feels disjointed

BY Sean Burns |

A textile- and painting-heavy edition of the Venice Biennale follows a tried and tested method of curation

BY Chloe Stead |

From Julien Creuzet’s multimedia mastery to Kapwani Kiwanga’s beaded presentation, a tapestry of sensory experiences permeates the Venice Biennale 2024

BY Terence Trouillot |

From an especially weak German pavilion to Yuko Mohri’s orchestra of rotting fruit, sensuality – and history – take centre stage at the Venice Biennale 2024

BY Andrew Durbin |