EU Reviews

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From a major retrospective by Renée Green to Małgorzata Mirga-Tas's patchwork quilts, these are the best exhibitions of the year

BY Chloe Stead | 03 DEC 21

A joint retrospective at KW Institute for Contemporary Art and daadgalerie, Berlin, displays the US-based artist’s critical passion for the artefacts she uncovers

BY Pablo Larios | 02 DEC 21

The artist’s retrospective at Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, considers how smells can speak to discourses around capital, class and colonization

BY Timotheus Vermeulen | 01 DEC 21

At Bonner Kunstverein, the late Filipino artist’s first European retrospective is a poetic tribute to an oeuvre, which refuses to be categorized

 

BY Ben Livne Weitzman | 26 NOV 21

The artist’s survey exhibition at Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid, explores Spanish cultural and socio-political practices and how collective belonging is intertwined with cultural production

BY Alejandro Alonso Díaz | 18 NOV 21

The 19th edition curated by Eoin Dara sees artists pen love letters in Ireland through conversations about cruising, gender and the internet

BY Iarlaith Ni Fheorais | 17 NOV 21

The best shows to see this winter – from the George Michael-inspired TULCA Festival in Galway to an archive exhibition of Phyllis Christopher’s photographs in Birmingham

BY frieze | 17 NOV 21

To mark the opening of the 54th edition of the fair, we’ve put together a guide to the best shows in the Rheinland

For her exhibition at Balice Hertling, the artist gives new life and meaning to items found discarded on the streets of Paris

BY Oriane Durand | 15 NOV 21

At Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna, the Berlin-based artist presents a series of painted false idylls

BY Ramona Heinlein | 12 NOV 21

Curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah and Omsk Social Club, the 7th edition of the Biennale highlights the African diaspora and imagines new worlds

BY Chloe Stead | 05 NOV 21

From Martin Margiela’s underwhelming solo exhibition at Lafayette Anticipations, Paris, to a tech-savvy edition of the Athens Biennale, here's European shows on everyone's radar 

BY frieze | 04 NOV 21

At Lafayette Anticipations, the famed fashion designer achieves little in translating his much-lauded tactics of defamiliarization into art

BY Jeppe Ugelvig | 03 NOV 21

At Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, the late Russian artist’s paintings of faces consider what it means to be human

BY Valerie Mindlin | 28 OCT 21

The group show ‘Extra Worlding’ tries to revive the political core of utopian thinking

BY Philipp Hindahl | 26 OCT 21

For her first solo exhibition at Berlin’s Guido W. Baudach, the artist finds the concealed connections between Dubai and Berlin, relaying both places’ urban histories

BY Sonja-Maria Borstner | 14 OCT 21

From Ruth Novaczek's fragmentary films at Kunstverein Gartenhaus, Vienna, to Rosa Barba's Ludwig Mies van der Rohe inspired installation at the Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, here are five shows not to be missed. 

BY frieze | 08 OCT 21

At Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin, the two artists find common ground in sculptures, drawings, paintings and prints that evoke the unknown

BY Mitch Speed | 07 OCT 21

Based on visits to this unique archaeological site, the artist's new series of ceramic sculptures mine the past to remind us of the fragility of the present

BY Ana Vukadin | 07 OCT 21

In her forth exhibition at dépendance, Brussels, the artist's slick images of oil fields reflect our petroleum-fulled dreams and desires

BY Emile Rubino | 29 SEP 21