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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

At Kunsthalle Basel, the artists peculiar designs and polished surfaces speak to the violence against bodies 

BY Kito Nedo | 28 APR 21

‘Can you hear my voice?’ at Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, asks what it means to claim agency amidst sectarian conflict

BY Shaad D’Souza | 27 APR 21

At Leslie-Lohman Museum, New York, a retrospective of the late artist presents photography and video works that celebrate Latinx, Lesbian and working-class communities and the curative powers of self-acceptance

BY Jane Ursula Harris | 26 APR 21

At STPI, Singapore, the artist's solo exhibition wryly investigates the systems and structures of power 

BY Wong Bing Hao | 26 APR 21

At David Lewis, New York, a presentation of the artist’s recent paintings and drawings reveals his continued obsession with sexual imagery and socialist Cuba

BY Terence Trouillot | 23 APR 21

At Luma Westbau, Zurich, the artist-run imprint's first institutional exhibition envisions theory as a means of community-building

BY Olamiju Fajemisin | 21 APR 21

At The Drawing Center, New York, the artist presents a site-specific installation of large-scale drawings showcasing the bodily contortions of her crass cartoon counterpart, Fatebe

BY Anthony Hawley | 21 APR 21

At Cob Gallery, London, the artist takes the seemingly innocuous setting of a children’s tea party to explore how white British culture perceives race

BY Leanne Petersen | 20 APR 21

From Yayoi Kusama's flora-inspired sculptures at the New York Botanical Garden to this year's Shanghai Urban Space Art Season, these are must-see public art shows across the globe

BY frieze | 16 APR 21

At Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, the late artist’s drawings and sculptures celebrate the spirit and history of southern Black communities

BY Saim Demircan | 15 APR 21

From Shanghai-based artist Yu Ji’s national debut to the largest exhibition to date of British surrealist Eileen Agar, these are the must-see shows

BY frieze | 09 APR 21

At the Seoul Museum of Art, rarely seen footage of the artist’s militant performances documents the precedents of her international renown  

BY Park Jaeyong | 08 APR 21

At Galeria Arsenal, Bialystok, the artist deploys the strategies of reappropriation and upcycling to reflect on the history and present of the Roma community in Poland

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk | 07 APR 21

At Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo, the artist presents a series of paintings, drawings and collages that capture the physical and mental endurance of confinement

BY Ela Bittencourt | 07 APR 21

At Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square in Ontario, the artist combines threads of illness, vulnerability, healing and love in textiles centered on the queer Black body 

BY Charlene K. Lau | 06 APR 21

Beneath the slick surface appearance of the National Gallery of Victoria’s blockbuster exhibition is a timid exploration of Australia’s colonial legacy

BY Andy Butler | 05 APR 21

At Overduin & Co, a new cycle of paintings inspired by myth, Mondrian and loss is at once impressive and somehow lacking

BY Jonathan Griffin | 31 MAR 21

At de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong, a racecourse for drones becomes an arena for exploring the small aircraft's transformative potential

BY Emily Verla Bovino | 30 MAR 21