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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

For their first solo exhibition in Switzerland, the artist and energy worker uses multisensory environments to go beyond the fatalistic parameters of representation

BY Olamiju Fajemisin | 23 FEB 22

The artist's stripped back solo exhibition at Lucas Hirsch, Dusseldorf, imbues generic scenes with personality

BY Moritz Scheper | 21 FEB 22

At FOMU Photo Museum Antwerp, the artist reveals the contrivances and ambiguities of documentary photography

BY Wilson Tarbox | 10 FEB 22

At Fondazione Memmo, Rome, the artist's latest installation voices concerns on power inequalities and global uneasiness

BY Ana Vukadin | 04 FEB 22

At Galeria Plan B, the artist aims to symbolically transform visitors into a state of extraordinary openness

BY Mitch Speed | 04 FEB 22

At Wschód, Warsaw, the artist uses digital tools to develop sculptures that confound scale, visual plane and function

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk | 02 FEB 22

At Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, the artist's photography is a personalized window into the material effects of social inequity

BY Octavia Bürgel | 25 JAN 22

From Ghislaine Leung's solo exhibition at Ordet, Milan, to David Medalla's posthumous showing at Bonner Kunstverein, these are the shows not to miss 

BY frieze | 21 JAN 22

At Halle für Kunst Steiermark, a thematic group exhibition underscores how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected our relationship to the home

BY Chloe Stead | 15 JAN 22

At Dortmunder Kunstverein the artist critically reflects on the institutionalisation of racism in Germany

BY Stanton Taylor | 14 JAN 22

At Ordet, Milan, the artist's works based on the circulation and consumption of energy speak to the power of relations

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 14 JAN 22