Exhibition Reviews

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

BY Mitch Speed | 24 AUG 22

The collective’s retrospective at the National Gallery of Canada extends from foundational mail art to hard-hitting installations about HIV/AIDS

BY Charlene K. Lau | 23 AUG 22

In celebration of the Inaugural Frieze Seoul, here are must-see shows right now to catch if you are still in Korea

BY Hayoung Chung | 23 AUG 22

The artist’s first show at White Cube, London, contains new paintings full of narratively ambiguous scenes derived from popular culture

BY Ella Slater | 23 AUG 22

From a group show of Ukrainian women artists at Fridman Gallery, NY to Cathy Lu’s ceramic garden at Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco, these are the shows on our radar this month

BY frieze | 19 AUG 22

At New Art Projects, London, the artist evokes visceral experiences of growing up queer in Britain under Section 28

BY Sam Moore | 17 AUG 22

Inspired by a cult Sci-Fi TV show, the artist’s first exhibition at Hot Wheels, Athens, warps the simulated/real dialectic

BY Gabriella Pounds | 17 AUG 22

Nature and culture are inseparable in ‘Strike-Slip’, the artist’s first solo show at Bel Ami, Los Angeles

BY Jan Tumlir | 16 AUG 22

The first extensive exhibition of the self-taught artist’s work at Telfair Museums, Savannah, is filled with fact and fantasy inspired by his unconventional life at sea

BY Daniel Fuller | 16 AUG 22

At Gasworks, London, the artist explores the possibilities that come with rejecting forms imposed by outsiders and creating our own

BY Juliet Jacques | 15 AUG 22

The artist’s large-scale exhibition at the Walther Collection, Ulm, displays his skill for impersonation and adds depth to the genre of self-portraiture

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 12 AUG 22

At Stills Centre of Photography, Edinburgh, the artist holds the spirits of her absent subjects in the gallery, forcing us to commune with their stories

BY Lisette May Monroe | 10 AUG 22

In collaboration with Voloshyn Gallery in Kyiv, this exhibition at Fridman Gallery foregrounds the Ukrainian women at the discursive frontiers of history

BY Zoë Hopkins | 09 AUG 22

The artist and DJ’s first solo show at Tramway, Glasgow, is a stunning exploration of West African music

BY Tom Hastings | 09 AUG 22

An exquisitely designed exhibition at Fondazione Prada brings together millennia of thought about thought itself

BY Laura McLean-Ferris | 08 AUG 22

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