Exhibition Reviews

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At Peres Projects, Berlin, the artist’s new series dispels the limiting stereotype that women’s identities are based on the home

BY Eliza Levinson | 21 DEC 22

Paired with sculptures from the Nasher’s permanent collection, the artist’s new work explores the vulnerability of the body

BY Jia Jia Huang | 20 DEC 22

From Sung Hwan Kim's solo show at Barakat Contemporary, Seoul, to a retrospective of General Idea at National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

BY Lisa Yin Zhang | 20 DEC 22

From Howardena Pindell’s harrowing retrospective at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, to Garrett Bradley’s moving debut at Lisson Gallery, London

BY Sean Burns | 19 DEC 22

A small retrospective at Centre Pompidou, Paris, strikes a balance between the artist’s unique brand of expressionist figuration and her activism

BY Wilson Tarbox | 19 DEC 22

From a show of Ukrainian women artists at Fridman Gallery, New York to Kaari Upson's first posthumous exhibition at Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles, here are the best shows of the year

BY Lisa Yin Zhang | 16 DEC 22

At Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao, a group exhibition is cast as a ‘constellation’ of Bruce Baillie’s influence

BY Ren Ebel | 15 DEC 22

At PROA21 in Buenos Aires, the artist showcases a series of new films which convey the lifeforce that permeates the cities where he lives and the communities that build them up

BY Samantha Ozer | 14 DEC 22

Featuring more than 50 years of work, the artist’s survey at Kunsthalle St. Annen, Lübeck, builds on his idiosyncratic system of shapes and symbols

BY Mitch Speed | 14 DEC 22

At Baltic, Gateshead, the artist’s first solo institutional exhibition examines the pernicious effects of Britain’s oil interests in the Kurdistan Region

BY Rosalie Doubal | 12 DEC 22

At Gianni Manhattan, Vienna, the artist evokes painful memories of childhood cruelty

BY Kathrin Heinrich | 08 DEC 22

In his first solo show in Los Angeles since 1984, at Parrasch Heijnen, the artist shows paper and canvas works that draw from global influences

BY Jonathan Griffin | 08 DEC 22

An ambitious group show at Michael Werner Gallery, London, curated by Andrew Bonacina, invites us to examine the possibilities of human representation through the works of 28 artists

BY Emily Steer | 05 DEC 22

From Cyprien Galliard’s triumphant homecoming in Paris to Bruno Zhu’s Barcelona debut, these are the best exhibitions of the year

BY Chloe Stead | 05 DEC 22

From T. Eliott Mansa's take on the iconic 1970s sunken living room to Didier William's largest exhibition to date at MOCA North Miami, here are the best shows to see during Miami Art Week

BY Monica Uszerowicz | 02 DEC 22

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, the artist 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