Exhibition Reviews

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The second iteration of the Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art asks what art can do in an increasingly fraught political climate, but simply offers symbolic gestures

BY Alex Jen | 05 AUG 22

From Iris Touliatou’s architectural interventions at Grazer Kunstverein to a joy-filled edition of Biennale Gherdëina

BY frieze | 05 AUG 22

A group show at Times Museum, Guangzhou, traces waterways in Southeast Asia and the cultures, communities and survival strategies forged in their wake

BY Qu Chang | 04 AUG 22

A group show at Singapore Art Museum’s new outpost invites viewers to discern the flows of capital in contemporary life and imagine more humane systems

BY Christine Han | 02 AUG 22

The artist opens Xavier Hufkens redesigned St-Georges space with several recent bodies of painting, photography and sculpture

BY Laura Herman


 | 01 AUG 22

From Kojo Abudu’s reckoning with the ghosts of Africa’s past at Pace, London, to a harrowing Howardena Pindell survey at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

BY frieze | 29 JUL 22

A retrospective at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, highlights the artist's uses of collage and abstraction to circle blatant and coded atrocities

BY Lauren Dei | 28 JUL 22

‘Interior Garden’ at the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco offers catharsis amidst the cycles of ruin, grief and hope that mark our lives

BY Vivienne Liu | 28 JUL 22

A recent survey at the Williams College Museum of Art, Massachusetts, celebrates a career-long preoccupation with biomorphic forms

BY Cassie Packard | 27 JUL 22

At Grazer Kunstverein, the artist reveals the institution as a sum of its dependent parts

BY Olamiju Fajemisin | 27 JUL 22

An exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, celebrates the collective’s pioneering approach to the video essay

BY Chris Hayes | 25 JUL 22

These are the shows currently on our radar, from an exhibition reflecting on the history of artist-cultivated gardens at MoMA PS1 to the first show at ICA Miami to highlight its permanent collection

22 JUL 22

A show of the artist’s new work at Kristina Kite, Los Angeles, slides between inanimate and living, sculpture and performance, artist and viewer

BY Gracie Hadland | 20 JUL 22

‘ALL VERBS’ at Hauser & Wirth highlights more nuanced forms of action in the artist’s oeuvre

BY Noah Dillon | 20 JUL 22

At Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, the LA-based artist’s portraits harness a provocative tension between figuration and abstraction

BY Mitchell Anderson | 19 JUL 22

At Sadie Coles HQ, London, the artist turns his pin-sharp brushwork to depth and volume, conjuring surfaces that seemingly scoop and protrude

BY Matthew McLean | 18 JUL 22

The artist’s new show at King’s Leap, New York, uses ‘TIME’ magazine to unpack recent historical narratives

BY Travis Diehl | 14 JUL 22

The artist’s survey at the Japan Society, New York, foregrounds the body, labour and process

BY Mariana Fernández | 13 JUL 22

At Crèvecoeur, Paris, the artist's new video work continues her interest in the results of rejection and subjugation on marginalized French youth

BY Chloe Stead | 11 JUL 22

At Compton Verney, the artist’s first large-scale survey celebrates a career spent experimenting with colour

BY Cathy Wade | 11 JUL 22