Exhibition Reviews

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At the Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow, the artist activates the archives of Scotland’s most influential carpet designers, James Templeton & Co Ltd and Stoddard International plc

BY Helen Charman | 01 DEC 22

At Damien & the Love Guru, Zurich, the artist’s new series presents a stylistic mashup of unsettling scenes

BY Mitchell Anderson | 30 NOV 22

At Kavi Gupta, Chicago, James Little debuts meditative paintings that are about their own making

BY Dmitry Samarov | 29 NOV 22

At Studio Voltaire, London, a new film narrated by Ben Whishaw asks why the intelligence services proved such an ideal calling for gay men in the early 20th century

BY Alastair Curtis | 28 NOV 22

From an exhibition of Zineb Sedira’s maritime works at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, to Anne Imhof’s labyrinthine locker room at Sprüth Magers, London

BY frieze | 25 NOV 22

At Museum der Moderne Salzburg, the artist rebels against the limits of traditional media

BY Francesca Gavin | 24 NOV 22

The artist’s survey exhibition at Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art captures immateriality and the residues of loss

BY Nadine Khalil | 23 NOV 22

A two-venue homecoming exhibition at Palais de Tokyo and Lafayette Anticipations explores youthful silliness, romanticism and the pitfalls of restoring the past

BY Pablo Larios | 22 NOV 22

At Casey Kaplan, New York, the South African artist transforms everyday materials into colossal tapestries inspired by movements that characterize the dances of his homeland

BY Ian Bourland | 22 NOV 22

From a comprehensive survey of Christopher Knowles at the Watermill Center, New York, to Marla Hlady and Christof Migone’s sound installations at Christie Contemporary, Toronto, here are the best shows to see across the US and Canada

BY frieze | 18 NOV 22

'Queering Photography’ at C/O Berlin and ‘Queering the Crip, Cripping the Queer’ at Schwules Museum explore representations of identity, gender, disability and sexuality

BY Kevin Brazil | 18 NOV 22

At Kunsthalle Münster, the artist canonizes contemporary history in his riotous first institutional solo exhibition outside of Poland

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk | 18 NOV 22

At The Shed, New York, figurative paintings on pardo paper lead us to reconsider our own positions in relation to artworks and museum spaces

BY Zoë Hopkins | 17 NOV 22

At Amant, Brooklyn, the women-led group show fluidly reimagines the mythological creature in a media-spanning exhibition

BY Cassie Packard | 15 NOV 22

At a retrospective at Museo de Arte Miguel Urrutia, Bogotá, 40 years of the collective’s work demonstrates their trans-disciplinary explorations of Colombian histories of violence and displacement

BY Jennifer Burris | 15 NOV 22

An exhibition of the artist’s films at Eye Filmmuseum, Amsterdam, examines the relationship between landscapes, archives and memories

BY Patrick Kurth | 15 NOV 22

An exhibition at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, unites the artist’s maritime works, exploring narratives of migration, power and trade  

BY Rosanna McLaughlin | 11 NOV 22

‘STAND’, at The Watermill Center, New York, is the most comprehensive survey to date at the institution that jumpstarted the artist’s 50-year career

BY Rebecca Rose Cuomo | 09 NOV 22

The artists’ installations of components retired from the whisky-distillation process explore sound, labour and materiality

BY Neil Price | 08 NOV 22

At Sprüth Magers, London, the artist transforms the galleries into a labyrinthine changing room dripping with anticipation of future performances

BY Juliet Jacques | 08 NOV 22