Exhibition Reviews

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A show at Diez Gallery, Amsterdam, unites work by four artists around ideas of materiality and texture

BY Jim van Geel | 07 FEB 23

From an exhibition of Hugo Crosthwaite at Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles, to a survey of Deana Lawson at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, here are the best shows to see across the US right now

BY frieze | 03 FEB 23

The most thorough exhibition of the artist’s work in two decades showcases her iconoclastic, diaristic style

BY Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer | 02 FEB 23

At Neue Berliner Kunstverein, the late artist’s installations read as premonitions of visual culture today

BY Claire Koron Elat | 01 FEB 23

The artist draws on the concept of the ‘matrix’ to reimagine the role of the individual in a time of media saturation

BY Paul Stephens | 01 FEB 23

The artist’s oversized flowers at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, address ideas of inheritance and nurture 

BY Tom Morton | 30 JAN 23

From Elizabeth Price’s exploration of Glaswegian carpets at the Hunterian Art Gallery to Ayo Akingbade’s solo show at Chisenhale Gallery, London

BY frieze | 27 JAN 23

At Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles, the artist displays figurines, paintings and animations that draw on the physical, psychological and cultural landscapes of borderlands

BY Armando Pulido | 26 JAN 23

Cleverly combining digital models, existing artworks, new commissions and archival material, the group exhibition at ZKM, Karlsruhe, recreates two historic exhibitions

BY Ben Livne Weitzman | 26 JAN 23

At de boer gallery, Los Angeles, the artist plumbs personal documentation and film to create photorealistic paintings that destabilize truthhood

BY Gracie Hadland | 24 JAN 23

An exhibition at Dundee Contemporary Arts interrogates the relationship between memory, experience and preservation 

BY Helen Charman | 23 JAN 23

From an exhibition dedicated to underground filmmaker Bruce Baillie to a group show addressing the absence of Roma visual culture in European art history

BY frieze | 20 JAN 23

At Kunstmuseum Luzern, the Israeli artist draws on the Jewish tradition of storytelling to disconcerting effect

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk | 18 JAN 23

A retrospective sheds light on the ’85 New Wave movement and the shaping of art between the conservatism of past and present

BY Paul Han | 18 JAN 23

At Brighton CCA, the artist’s latest participatory installation invites audiences to comb for gold in tonnes of stones transported from the nearby coast

BY Salena Barry | 17 JAN 23

From a survey of Deana Lawson to an international exhibition foregrounding US imperialism since 1945, here are the top shows to see across the US

BY frieze | 13 JAN 23

At Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin, the artists cold war-era ‘typewritings’ address systems of power through themes of nature, technology and war

BY Alex Turgeon | 12 JAN 23

A group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje brings together Roma artists from across Europe to explore a history of exclusion

BY Erëmirë Krasniqi | 11 JAN 23

The artist’s survey at High Museum of Art, Atlanta, draws from original and reprinted photography to challenge the viewer's expectations of Black photographic subjects

BY Lauren DeLand | 10 JAN 23