Exhibition Reviews

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In her solo exhibition at MARCH, New York, the artist depicts communal life in scenes of both peace and violence as a site for political revolution

BY Madeleine Seidel | 27 SEP 22

At Felix Gaudlitz, the artist’s installation-cum-exhibition blurs the line between display and artwork

BY Francesca Gavin | 27 SEP 22

At Sharjah Art Foundation, a landmark group exhibition explores art inspired by popular culture in South Asia

BY Rahel Aima | 21 SEP 22

The duo’s solo exhibition at the New Museum, New York, shows multiple facets of Brazilian identity

BY Mariana Fernández | 20 SEP 22

In the artist’s solo show at ICA/Boston, figurative sculptures articulate the social power of family and community

BY Caitlin Chaisson | 20 SEP 22

With simultaneously mournful and irreverent works, ‘F’ at Empty Gallery is haunted by our inability to process grief in the internet age

BY Cassie Kaixin Liu | 16 SEP 22

From Kaari Upson’s first posthumous exhibition at Sprüth Magers, LA, to Clarice Lispector’s brilliant orbit of Brazilian artists at Instituto Moreira Salles, Rio de Janeiro, here are the shows on our radar across the Americas

BY frieze | 16 SEP 22

At Palace Enterprise, Copenhagen, the artist shines a light on gender bias in male design

BY Alice Godwin | 15 SEP 22

The artist’s first posthumous exhibition at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles, defies easy assumptions about her work and life

BY Jonathan Griffin | 13 SEP 22

From a sweeping Robert Colescott survey at the New Museum to an exhibition of drawings by Luchita Hurtado at Hauser & Wirth Southampton, these are the must-see shows in New York after the Armory Show

BY Mariana Fernández | 12 SEP 22

At Instituto Moreira Salles, the writer anchors an exploration of Brazilian women’s art and literature in the mid- to late-20th century

BY Meg Weeks | 12 SEP 22

From Samuel Fosso’s thousand faces at The Walther Collection, Neu-Ulm, to a Heidi Bucher retrospective at Muzeum Susch, Zernez

BY frieze | 09 SEP 22

Paired together at Meredith Rosen Gallery, New York, Friedman-Pappas explores the continuing drive toward industrialization while Black critiques the world of racial capitalism born from it

BY Jessica S. Kwok | 07 SEP 22

At Muzeum Susch, a posthumous retrospective showcases the artist’s liberating use of latex

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 07 SEP 22

‘Anka Au Cas Par Cas’, at CAPC Musée d’art Contemporain de Bordeaux, presents the life and career of the critic, curator, gallerist and teacher in all her multitudes

BY Vincent Simon | 06 SEP 22

A posthumous retrospective of the artist’s work at Bildmuseet, Umeå, aims to redress the art-historical record

BY Matthew Rana | 06 SEP 22

A group exhibition at blank projects, Cape Town, brings together artists whose work experiments with the materiality of the earth

BY Zoë Hopkins | 06 SEP 22

From Lou Lou Sainsbury’s London debut at Gasworks to Ishiuchi Miyako’s photographs of Frida Kahlo’s belongings at Stills Centre of Photography, Edinburgh

BY frieze | 26 AUG 22

‘Still Alive’ registers the inequity inherent in the world while imagining a trajectory to a future unburdened by rigid categories of identity

 

BY Christopher Whitfield | 24 AUG 22

At Tanya Leighton, Berlin, the artist’s labour-intensive portraits suggest an art historical fever dream

BY Mitch Speed | 24 AUG 22