Exhibition Reviews

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Project Native Informant in London showcases feature-length films that illustrate the artist’s successful transition from a pornographic to dystopian cyberpunk aesthetic

BY Juliet Jacques |

The artist’s exhibition at Blum, Los Angeles, traces four decades of gestural painting that’s neither purely abstract nor figurative

BY Jonathan Griffin |

The artist transforms The Modern Institute in Glasgow into a studio and living room decorated with references to his peers and heroes 

BY Lisette May Monroe |

Two videos at Gladstone Gallery, Seoul displace their viewers into the role of aides to the algorithm

BY Jaeyong Park |

A Cape Town retrospective showcases the diverse accomplishments of an artist whose Ndebele-inspired graphical style led to collaborations with BMW and Comme Des Garçons

BY Allie Biswas |

At Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, the artist offers a bitter comment on the way that the ongoing violence in Ukraine has been normalized over time

BY Noemi Smolik |

Her pseudo-sacred sculptures at Lisson Gallery create a bricolage of Christo-medieval relics, high fashion and doomsday aesthetics

BY Macaella Gray |

Inspired by Virginia Woolf, the artist’s prints at Herald Street in London explore themes of life, death and the allure of possessions throughout history

BY Tom Morton |

At Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, the artist’s sculptures using his own hair highlight the intricate dance between roots and routes

BY Wilson Tarbox |

At Print Center New York, the artist weaves histories, mythologies, politics and ecologies into intricate, interconnected cosmologies

BY Rebecca Rose Cuomo |

At Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, a sprawling group exhibition explores relationships between the German Democratic Republic and socialist states in the Global South

BY Harry Stopes |

At the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, the late artist’s conceptual practice exists in the polarity between obsessive documentation and rigorous anti-interpretation

BY Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer |

The 2024 edition faces the challenges of past iterations while overcoming their many pitfalls with an impressive and beautiful showcase

BY Terence Trouillot |

An exceptional retrospective at WIELS, Brussels, showcases how the late artist meticulously documented his life’s journey by carefully observing his surroundings

At The Common Guild in Glasgow, the artist’s sculptures combine traditional female reclining nudes with tools of service labor

BY Phin Jennings |

Despite a lackluster inaugural exhibition, Hampi Art Labs shows promise as a revitalizing institution in the region

BY Rahel Aima |

At Zurich’s Haus Konstruktiv, the artist reanimates a past work to make sense of Germany’s present

BY Ela Bittencourt |

The artist’s new installation at SculptureCenter is a strained metaphor for colonization, gender binaries and time itself

BY Travis Diehl |

A concise and subtle exhibition of drawings and gouaches at FLAG Art Foundation, New York, offers a melancholic meditation on beauty, glamour and artifice

BY Christopher Alessandrini |

At Alberta Pane Gallery in Paris, Regina José Galindo and Iva Lulashi take different approaches to articulating the experience of women in society

BY Wilson Tarbox |