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In his first book, the author offers a scholarly account of the life and work of Minoru Yamasaki – the esteemed architect of the World Trade Center

BY Terence Trouillot | 10 JAN 22

The group show ‘Extra Worlding’ tries to revive the political core of utopian thinking

BY Philipp Hindahl | 26 OCT 21

At The Turner Contemporary, Margate, the artist’s installation mournfully homages sites lost over time – such Coney Island Illuminations and London’s The Joiners Arms

BY George Upton | 30 AUG 21

As CHART art fair opens in Copenhagen, here are our picks for what to see in the city and the wider Nordic region

BY Amy Sherlock | 26 AUG 21

The surreal rock opera, which opened this year’s Cannes Film Festival, is a gritty musical examining sex, power and family relations under intense glare of fame

BY Carlos Valladares | 02 AUG 21

In Awoye Timpo’s reimagining of Gunn’s play, a father and son grapple with visions of accomplishment that deny autonomy and identity

BY Beatrice Loayza | 29 JUL 21

At the Jewish Museum Berlin, the Israeli-born artist’s newly commissioned, three-channel video and sound installation continues her career-long investigation into the visual language of messianic desire

BY Boaz Levin | 21 JUL 21

A survey of the artist's work at Kunsthalle Bern celebrates Geys's desire to challenge the status quo and bring art to masses

BY Kito Nedo | 09 JUN 21

The artist’s exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery shows how entangled and dependent our lives are upon one another

BY Kate Wong | 01 JUN 21

From Darrel Ellis's family photographs in New York to Pakui Hardware's medical examination room in Gateshead, here are our editors' picks 

BY frieze | 25 MAY 21

After months of lockdown, cinemas in the UK re-open with Pedro Almodóvar’s smart, chic short 

BY Philippa Snow | 20 MAY 21

A show at Nanjing’s Sifang Art Museum sparks a dialogue between two artists working through generational trauma

BY Alvin Li | 19 MAY 21

At Baltic Centre, Gateshead, the Lithuanian artist duo open their first UK institutional solo with a quasi-operating room featuring a giant mechanical doctor

BY Alice Bucknell | 17 MAY 21

At Marisa Newman Projects, the artist presents an installation exploring his first experiences of identifying the self through colour

BY Saul Anton | 11 MAY 21

At Almine Rech, ‘Country Western’, the artist’s first solo show in the UK, draws on the unashamed iconography surrounding fame

BY Cal Revely-Calder | 10 MAY 21

At Cooke Latham Gallery, the artist replicates a doctor’s surgery, using mythic creatures as a metaphor for living with polycystic ovary syndrome

BY Jamila Prowse | 10 MAY 21

At Bel Ami, Los Angeles, the artist’s paintings take a satirical look at the grisly history of American bigotry against US Asian populations

BY Travis Diehl | 30 APR 21

Curated by Ekow Eshun, an exhibition of work by 11 Black artists at Lisson Gallery traces colonial histories alongside collective healing practices

BY Aida Amoako | 29 APR 21

At Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, the Brazilian painter uses geometric abstraction as a tool for engaging with endangered ecosystems

BY Tomas Weber | 29 APR 21

At Damien & The Love Guru, Brussels, the artist's photographs and texts put colonial histories in perspective with the rise of nationalism in Europe

BY Emile Rubino | 28 APR 21