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At Kiasma, Helsinki, a group exhibition weaves the strands of contemporary life’s omnipresent anxieties into a complex and intriguing fabric

BY Kimberly Bradley | 23 MAY 22

At Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, the artist's collages destabilize the notion of the Strong Black Woman

BY Natasha Marie Llorens | 11 MAY 22

At Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, six filmic propositions look at intimacy in the digital age

BY Gabriela Acha | 09 MAY 22

At Museum Ludwig, the second iteration of the late artist's first comprehensive European retrospective unpacks his experimental approach to material, time and space

In her triumphant survey exhibition at Palazzo Grassi, Venice, the artist continues her long-running exploration of women as generative, creative forces

BY Hettie Judah | 05 MAY 22

Based on choreography by Trisha Brown, the artist's solo exhibition at Zilberman, Berlin, references and revives performance practices

BY Emily May | 28 APR 22

Laden with scenes of sex, the artist's new paintings at Croy Nielsen, Vienna, test the border of the disturbing

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk | 25 APR 22

Building on the feminist themes of Deborah Levy's 'Real Estate', the artist’s solo exhibition at Istituto Svizzero celebrates women relegated to the side-lines of history

BY Ana Vukadin | 13 APR 22

At Kunsthalle Mainz, the artist contrasts presence and absence to question the truth of captured events

BY Ben Livne Weitzman | 07 APR 22

The first edition of the Parisian festival brings together twenty-seven artists who grapple with technologies of image-making

BY Aaron Peck | 06 APR 22

Two major exhibitions at Kunstmuseum Basel and Hayward Gallery unravel the artist’s vulnerabilities through text, textile and the human figure

BY Sam Moore | 05 APR 22

From Anthea Hamilton's pun-filled retrospective at M HKA, Antwerp, Belgium, to Lap-See Lam's ambitious debut at Bonniers Konsthall, Sweden, here's what not to miss

BY frieze | 01 APR 22

From Costanza Candeloro at Martina Simeti to Anicka Yi at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Saim Demircan gathers his top picks from Milan

BY Saim Demircan | 31 MAR 22

At Cordova, Barcelona, the artist's backwards-running wristwatch evokes a well-worn sci-fi conceit to explore desire, consumerism and remembrance

BY Max Andrews | 30 MAR 22

At Fitzpatrick Gallery, Paris, the artist's overdue retrospective underlies humanity’s compulsive attraction to its technological creations

BY Oriane Durand | 23 MAR 22

At Bonniers Konsthall, the artist's ambitious new video installation uses the ancient Chinese tradition of shadow play to map a diasporic imaginary

BY Matthew Rana | 09 MAR 22

At MHKA, Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, the artist questions how cultural artefacts are transformed by their mode of presentation

BY Hettie Judah | 02 MAR 22

From Max Pinckers's ‘Speculative Documentary’ to James Gregory Atkinson's love song to the German outposts of the Black Atlantic this is what to see within the Schengen

BY frieze | 25 FEB 22

At Kunsthall Trondheim, Norway, artists plant sites of refuge in an earth scarred by colonialism

BY Patrick Kurth | 24 FEB 22

From an extensive Chiara Fumai retrospective to Lucía Bayón’s denim sculptures, Max Andrews selects the exhibitions not to miss in the Spanish capital

BY Max Andrews | 23 FEB 22