Exhibition Reviews

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At Layr, Vienna, a group exhibition reminds viewers of the culture-crossing and nonconformist possibilities of artworks

BY Mitchell Anderson | 27 SEP 23

At W galería, the artist collaborates with Guaraní weavers in a decolonial project of self-representation 

BY Rosario Güiraldes | 26 SEP 23

At David Zwirner, New York, plants drawn from Eastern Nigeria and Los Angeles coexist with figures and settings sourced from magazines, books and family photographs

BY Zoë Hopkins | 26 SEP 23

​At Sprüth Magers, the artist visually renders our hackneyed vocabularies around anxiety and care

BY Pablo Larios | 21 SEP 23

At Sargent’s Daughters, New York, empathetic oil paintings suggest healing through revisitation

BY Bryan Martin | 20 SEP 23

At Rinde am Rhein, Düsseldorf, the artist’s new series riff on conceptualism but reflect the alienation of our times

BY Stanton Taylor | 18 SEP 23

Ireland’s biennial of contemporary art delicately weaves weighty issues into Limerick’s surroundings

BY Nadia Egan | 18 SEP 23

Portland’s arts biennial, Converge 45, adopts an idealist vision of what it means to be a citizen of the world

BY Claire Voon | 18 SEP 23

While ‘Choreographies of the Impossible’ stumbles curatorially, this edition nevertheless feels vital and exciting

BY Marko Gluhaich | 15 SEP 23

From Anri Sala’s marbled explorations of divine time at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris to the first show dedicated to Wanda Czełkowska outside of Poland

BY frieze | 15 SEP 23

At P21, Seoul, a group show of intimate mixed media works draws on Byung-Chul Han’s revolutionary The Agony of Eros (2017)

BY Wong Binghao | 14 SEP 23

At The National Gallery of Denmark, the artist’s retrospective interrogates the space between coloniser and colonized

BY Alice Godwin | 13 SEP 23

At the artist’s studio via Chateau Shatto, Los Angeles, the artist’s facsimiles of pavement interrogate the similarities between civic labour and artistic production

BY Claudia Ross | 13 SEP 23

At neugerriemschneider, Berlin, an exhibition dedicated to the late dance composer’s notation system reveal the complexities of her ideas

BY Emily May | 13 SEP 23

At MOCA GA, the artist's sculptures adapt Kente cloth as a framework for pan-Africanism

BY Leia Genis | 12 SEP 23

At White Cube Mason's Yard, the artist’s latest film is a Kafkaesque vision that may leave you pining for the exit

BY Tom Morton | 11 SEP 23

The artist's murals at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris, repurpose elements of cloud vistas and early Renaissance frescoes

BY Andrew Hodgson | 11 SEP 23

From Tuan Andrew Nguyen’s first institutional solo show in the US at the New Museum to Elle Perez’s semi-abstract photographs at 47 Canal

BY Zoë Hopkins | 08 SEP 23

From a survey of African fashion at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, to Florian Krewer’s animalistic oil paintings at Aspen Art Museum

BY frieze | 08 SEP 23

From Iole de Freitas’s works from the 1970s to Carolina Cordeiro’s zinc-coated sculptures

BY Ela Bittencourt | 07 SEP 23