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From Trulee Hall's lustful science fiction at François Ghebaly to William Brickel's uncanny domestic figures at Michael Kohn Gallery

BY Claudia Ross |

From Paul Mpagi Sepuya's self-reflective portraiture to Jan Gatewood's anthropomorphic rabbits

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From Grace Weaver's brazen female travellers at Max Hetzler, Paris, to an extensive retrospective of Emilio Prini's dematerialized practice at MACRO, Rome

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From Varda Caivano’s tiny metallic abstractions at LABOR to Tania Candiani’s ode to the capital’s dance halls

BY Mariana Fernández |

From Lin May Saeed’s exhilarating yet urgent plea for ecological responsibility to a once-in-a-generation retrospective of Mark Rothko that encompasses his magnificent oeuvre

 

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From the ‘horizontal’ methodology of the 35th São Paulo Biennial to Suki Seokyeong Kang’s immersive landscapes in Seoul

BY Lisa Yin Zhang |

From a retrospective of Josh Kline in New York to the ‘Made in LA’ biennial, here are the best stateside exhibitions of the year

BY Lisa Yin Zhang |

From a biennale in three neighbouring Kosovar cities to the relaunch of an institution in Berlin featuring two days of blessings, performances, readings and rituals

BY Chloe Stead |

From a solo show by Alejandro Piñeiro Bello at KDR to an archival exhibition of local legends at Miami-Dade Public Library

BY Monica Uszerowicz |

From Candice Lin's tales of demonic transformation to Elif Saydam's overlapping of schmaltz and camp

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From Arisa Kumagai’s ecclesiastical symbolism to Rika Minamitani’s carnivalesque paintings, here are the shows to see in Japan’s capital

BY Angel Lambo |

From Yinka Shonibare's bizarre and dreamlike manifestations to a broad retrospective of Hiroshi Sugimoto, spanning decades of conceptually diverse projects on the uncanny 

 

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From Shellie Zhang’s altars to elusive homelands to Anna Boghiguian’s chessboard of historical icons

BY Neil Price |

From a group show at Fondation Pernod Ricard, Paris, exploring the marginalized and transient to Frank Sweeney’s 1970s bedroom at EVA International in Ireland

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From Mamma Andersson's gothic paintings at David Zwirner to an examination of American mythologies at Bourse de Commerce

BY Andrew Hodgson |

From a rare display of works by Anna Mendelssohn at Whitechapel Gallery to Ellie Pratt’s distorted female portraits at South Parade

BY Juliet Jacques |

From Sarah Lucas’s hotly anticipated retrospective at Tate Britain to Christian Marclay’s Kafkaesque Nightmare at White Cube Mason’s Yard

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From Tuan Andrew Nguyen’s first institutional solo show in the US at the New Museum to Elle Perez’s semi-abstract photographs at 47 Canal

BY Zoë Hopkins |

From a survey of African fashion at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, to Florian Krewer’s animalistic oil paintings at Aspen Art Museum

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From Nathanaëlle Herbelin’s stunning depictions of quotidian encounters to Javier Barrios’s evocations of Buddhist hell scrolls 

BY Laura Herman |