Exhibition Reviews

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These are the shows currently on our radar, from the group show addressing the concept of tradition at KADIST, to a selection of work spanning Yoko Ono to Félix González-Torrez, curated by Alfredo Jaar, at Galerie Lelong

BY frieze | 27 MAY 22

Two exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford and Camden Arts Centre, London, examine the impermanence of power

BY Iarlaith Ni Fheorais | 26 MAY 22

At El Museo del Barrio, New York, a survey of its founder reveals the artist’s commitment to making by unmaking

BY Mariana Fernández | 26 MAY 22

At PSM, the artist's low-tech, smoke-and-mirrors intervention traces the connection between capitalism and militarism

BY Patrick Kurth | 25 MAY 22

The artist’s first solo exhibition at David Zwirner, London, absorbs us into single, intimate moments

BY Tom Morton | 23 MAY 22

At Kiasma, Helsinki, a group exhibition weaves the strands of contemporary life’s omnipresent anxieties into a complex and intriguing fabric

BY Kimberly Bradley | 23 MAY 22

From Lorraine O’Grady’s photocollages from the 1990s at Alexander Gray Associates to Kiyan Williams’s deep-fried American Flags at Lyles & King, these are the must-see shows

BY Travis Diehl | 20 MAY 22

A joint exhibition at Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai, opens a cross-generational discourse, connecting the two artist’s interests in light and momentary experience

BY Skye Arundhati Thomas | 19 MAY 22

Salena Barry selects her top picks – from Nicola L.’s kinky, penetrable sculptures at Alison Jacques to Jeff Wall’s monumental photographs at White Cube

BY Salena Barry | 12 MAY 22

Sam Moore selects their top picks – from William Brickel’s contorted bodies at The Artist Room to Garrett Pruter’s reimagining of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ at Trafalgar Avenue 

BY Sam Moore | 12 MAY 22

At the Institute of Contemporary Art Virginia Commonwealth University, the artist cobbles together filmic and digital imagery to form spiritual beings

BY Simon Wu | 12 MAY 22

At Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, the artist's collages destabilize the notion of the Strong Black Woman

BY Natasha Marie Llorens | 11 MAY 22

David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards’s biennial documents the power of the individual imagination within imperfect nation-state borders

BY Peter Brock | 10 MAY 22

At Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, six filmic propositions look at intimacy in the digital age

BY Gabriela Acha | 09 MAY 22

From a stunning Joan Mitchell retrospective at the Baltimore Museum of Art to an exploration of enchanted modernity at The Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

BY frieze | 06 MAY 22

At Museum Ludwig, the second iteration of the late artist's first comprehensive European retrospective unpacks his experimental approach to material, time and space

The 2022 edition of High Desert Test Sites, curated by Iwona Blazwick, sees the likes of Dineo Seshee Bopape and Jack Pierson scattered across the Californian desert

BY Jonathan Griffin | 05 MAY 22

In her triumphant survey exhibition at Palazzo Grassi, Venice, the artist continues her long-running exploration of women as generative, creative forces

BY Hettie Judah | 05 MAY 22

A group exhibition of works by Clémentine Bruno, Mara Fortunatović, Eva Gold and Bella Riza at London’s Nicoletti Contemporary wrestles with ideas of loss, absence and yearning

BY Anastasiia Fedorova | 04 MAY 22

From the Cecilia Vicuña’s paintings celebrating Indigenous forms at the Giardini to Marlene Dumas’s groundbreaking exhibition at Palazzo Grassi, these are the highlights from the 59th Venice Biennale

BY frieze | 29 APR 22