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What to see this weekend – from the frustrated sexuality of Jack O’Brien’s sculpture in London to Martha Jungwirth’s energetic abstractions in Paris 

BY frieze | 23 SEP 21

At Galleria Franco Noero, Turin, the artist's current series is exposed to the elements and requires avian participation

BY Saim Demircan | 22 SEP 21

At Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, the Austrian artist mines epochs of ancient history to bring painting back to a time before consciousness

BY Aaron Peck | 15 SEP 21

At Zollamt MMK, Frankfurt, the artist's barren landscapes reveals the ugly legacy of Apartheid

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 10 SEP 21

From Mark Bradford's inauguration of Hauser & Wirth’s Menorca outpost to the first major retrospective dedicated to Pia Arke in Denmark, here are a selection of European shows not to miss this September

BY frieze | 10 SEP 21

Ahead of the opening weekend of Munich’s gallery-share initiative, Isabelle Sully shares her must-see shows

BY Isabelle Sully | 08 SEP 21

At Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, the artist’s first major retrospective traces the complex entanglements of colonial and personal histories

As CHART art fair opens in Copenhagen, here are our picks for what to see in the city and the wider Nordic region

BY Amy Sherlock | 26 AUG 21

At The Breeder Gallery, Athens, the Nigerian artist tethers the superficial conventions of European portrait painting to the semiotics of Blackness

BY Shiv Kotecha | 25 AUG 21

From Jumana Manna's solo exhibition at M HKA, Antwerp, to a retrospective of the late artist Chiara Fumai at Centro Pecci, Prato, these are the institutional shows not to miss in the Schengen area 

 

BY Chloe Stead | 21 AUG 21

Through clever exhibition design and a mix of historical and contemporary positions, ‘The Endless Frontier’, offers a telescopic view onto complex issues

BY Yana Foqué | 17 AUG 21

For the inaugural exhibition at Hauser & Wirths island outpost, the artist has created a new series of paintings and sculptures that span from the European discovery of the New World to racialized urban zoning 

BY Max Andrews | 09 AUG 21

At Villa Carmignac, Pourquerolles, the pioneering underwater photographer Jean Painlevé acts as a guiding spirit for a group exhibition that depicts the beguiling strangeness of aquatic life

BY Amy Sherlock | 04 AUG 21

From Yael Bartana's expansive solo exhibition at the Jewish Museum Berlin to a group exhibition that depicts the oddities of aquatic life, here are our must see shows in the Schengen

BY frieze | 04 AUG 21

At Casa Masaccio, San Giovanni, the artist's solo show, 'While We Were Sleeping' leans on religious allegories to depict the nihilist nature of modern anxieties

BY Olamiju Fajemisin | 03 AUG 21

Stemming from a new investigation into the fatalities of the Irish revolution in County Cork, 'For Those That Tell No Tales' at Crawford Art Gallery reminds us why memory is important

BY Nigel Swann | 21 JUL 21

At the Jewish Museum Berlin, the Israeli-born artist’s newly commissioned, three-channel video and sound installation continues her career-long investigation into the visual language of messianic desire

BY Boaz Levin | 21 JUL 21

From Lydia Ourahmane lockdown-inspired exhibition at Triangle – Astérides to Marcin Dudek's deconstruction of his football firm past at Harlan Levey Projects, here's what not to miss 

BY frieze | 09 JUL 21

The director’s latest film questions the reality of social media tropes and the boundaries between ‘genuine’ and ‘performed’ in a world of online influencers

 

BY Leila Sackur | 06 JUL 21

At Harlan Levey Projects, the artist draws on his own experience as a working-class football fan during Poland’s 1990s passage from communism to capitalism

BY Wilson Tarbox | 06 JUL 21