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The artist's murals at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris, repurpose elements of cloud vistas and early Renaissance frescoes

BY Andrew Hodgson |

At Muzeum Susch, ‘Art Is Not Rest’ celebrates a singular artist who refused to be categorized

BY Agata Pyzik |

At Fondazione Memmo, Rome, the artist’s new video reaffirms their identity outside of socialized norms and constructs

BY Nadia Egan |

A retrospective at Albertina, Vienna, reintroduces audiences to one of Austria's most provocative feminist artists

BY Kathrin Heinrich |

At Bombas Gens Centre d’Art, Valencia, the artist creates an elaborate send off for a series which followed the ‘courtship’ of two famous monuments

BY Max Andrews |

At Kunsthal Charlottenborg, the artist’s ecclesiastical paintings channel the ethereal visions of William Blake and the earthy primitivism of Paul Gauguin

BY Tom Morton |

From Shikh Sabbir Alam's wild flora and fauna to Camille Norment's sonic feedback loops

At Barbara Wien, Berlin, the artist reevaluates his love of Leonard Cohen in light of the musician’s stance on Palestine

BY Louisa Elderton |

At Galleria Massimo Minimi, Brescia, an intervention by Formafantasma celebrates the practice of archiving by looking at how we remember, categorize and read the past

BY Giovanna Manzotti |

At the centre of the artist’s exhibition at Paris’s Bourse de Commerce is a sophisticated collage of her life in film

BY Sean Burns |

At Bonniers Konsthall, Sweden, the artist’s gravity-defying sculptures create a series of unsettling encounters

BY Cathrin Mayer |

At Between Bridges, Berlin, a retrospective of the late artist's work serves as a memorial to his too-short life

BY Andrew Durbin |

In the wide-ranging exhibition in Timișoara, Romania, the voices and experiences of Balkan artists resist Western reductionism

BY Ivana Cholakova |

A retrospective in Helsinki cements the erotic artist’s legacy but fails to connect the dots of his complicated life story

BY Harry Tafoya |

At Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover, the artist’s enveloping installation is at once archaic yet futuristic

BY Gabriela Acha |

From Vojtěch Kovařík's monumental depictions of Hercules at Mendes Wood DM, Brussels to Birke Gorm's dishevelled jute mannequins at the Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna

Featuring a quintet of Italian artists, a group show at Mai 36, Zurich, makes the case for more unsettled and uncomfortable aesthetic forms

BY Paolo Baggi |

For her first solo show dedicated to ceramics, the artist creates a mosaic of free-wheeling motifs from rudimentary forms

BY Louise Long |

At Mendes Wood DM, Brussels, the artist shares a more nuanced and melancholic vision of Hercules, one of art history’s most triumphant figures

BY Wilson Tarbox |